Top 10 Celebrities and Groups Most People Know Thanks to SpongeBob SquarePantsSpongeBob SquarePants is a popular children's cartoon that's been running on Nickelodeon for 18 years, with a total of 225 episodes, 11 seasons, two theatrical films and a ton of TV specials. It's still running to this day.
Many kids who grew up with SpongeBob probably know about these people/groups thanks to the show. I personally don't watch children's cartoons anymore cause I'm way too old, but I have noticed that many kids were introduced to these people through the show. If there's anyone I missed, feel free to add him/her.
I prefer "Goofy Goober Rock" over the original version in all honesty.
I like the spongebob version better than I wanna rock. - SoldierOfFortune
I'm a goofy goober! ROCK!
I remember reading an interview where he said that the first SpongeBob movie opened up a new generation of fans, and kids would stop him and say "Are you David Hasselhoff? " because they knew he was the guy that SpongeBob and Patrick rode back to Bikini Bottom. - Gg2000
The dude from Baywatch. You may remember him from the first SpongeBob movie.
They did the music for Prehibernation Week.
The real person who founded America (not Columbus).
HINGER DINGER DURGAN. - SoldierOfFortune
You all may remember the French narrator in every episode, but what you may not have known is that it was an imitation of French undersea explorer Jacques Cousteau (one of Stephen Hillenburg's influences).
Amazing underrated band
Did a song for the first SpongeBob movie.
Ocean Man love that song - BreakFastBeast2005
Very underrated rock singer. You may know him best as the guy who sang Sweet Victory.
I'm so happy,(ha ha) happy go lucky me, things that bother you, never bother me - BreakFastBeast2005
It's too bad that Tiny Tim never got to see the first episode. I would have liked to know his reaction; I wouldn't be surprised if he would've loved it. - Gg2000
Livin' in the sunlight, lovin' in the moonlight, having a wonderful time! - ModernSpongeBobSucks
SpongeBob isn't his only introduction to a new generation (one of his songs can be heard in Insidious).
One of the Monkees. He was in an episode where the Flying Dutchman ends up in Davy's locker and gets tortured with his socks.
There was a character modeled after him on the show.