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  • Date of birth : 01/01/1969



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Doug Lawrence (1969)

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Douglas Lawrence Osowski , better known as Mr. Lawrence and sometimes credited as Doug Lawrence, is an American voice actor, comedian, writer, storyboard artist, animator and director.


He is best known for his work on the animated TV series SpongeBob SquarePants, on which he has long-running-roles as Sheldon Plankton, Larry the Lobster, Johnny Erain and various other characters.

He is the voices of Edward T. Platypus, Nurse Leslie, Dave, and Ping-Pong on Camp Lazlo. Lawrence also performed the voice of Filburt in Rocko's Modern Life. Lawrence is also a standup comedian, cartoonist, writer-director, animator and producer on the television series Johnny Talk. He also worked on The Ren and Stimpy Show in its second season as a layout assistant. Apart from his voice work he is a writer and story editor on SpongeBob SquarePants and worked as a writer on Rocko's Modern Life. In 1993, Lawrence also appeared on Nickelodeon show 6 to 8 Frozen Zone as popular kid Kevin. In Ni Hao, Kai-lan, he plays Eugene, who is Rintoo's father. Lawrence plays Big the Budo in The Adventures of Meat-Kun.

As a comedian, Mr. Lawrence performed in New Jersey and Los Angeles, collaborating with comedian Jeremy Kramer and Boston comedy writer Martin Olson. Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, a storyboard writer for Rocko's Modern Life, described Lawrence as bearing a "unique sense of humor," and that one "would really have to know Doug to understand " his style. Marsh says that the rationale for Lawrence's humor techniques and decisions "remain a mystery to us forever."

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