Ken Spears has died at the age of 82.
Scooby-Doo, where are you! Cartoon co-creator Levi Body died Friday from complications related to dementia, his son Kevin Spears said.
“Ken will always be remembered for his intelligence, his storytelling, his devotion to his family and his hard work,” said the author’s son. Diversity In a statement.
“Kane has not only made a lasting impression on his family, but he has touched the lives of many as a co-creator of ‘Scooby-Doo’. Kane has been a role model for us all his life and will live on in our hearts.”
Earlier Ken, talking about how he didn’t expect Scooby Doo to be such a hit ScoobyAddicts.com said He was worried that “it will last 38 years, not just one season.”
Kane’s tragic death comes just three months after the death of his Scooby-Doo companion Joe Ruby.
Died of natural causes in Westlake Village, California, late August Final line.
The cartoon series that premiered in 1969 to make talented men famous and followed the Great Dan Scooby-Doo in helping to solve mysteries with Shaggy, Velma, Daffy and Fred.
The cartoon aired on CBS until 1976 and has been the subject of many reboots, as well as film adaptations and spins since then.
Kane and Ruby started Ruby-Spears Productions which produced Alvin and the Chipmunks, Mr. Tea, Superman and Thunder Barbarian.
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