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Clancy Brown

Clancy Brown voices the role of “Mr. Krabs,” SpongeBob’s boss and greedy owner of The Krusty Krab, in Nickelodeon’s iconic hit series "SpongeBob SquarePants."

Brown began his acting career in Chicago theater and continued to perform stage locally until he won the role of Viking, a nasty prison inmate, in the 1983 feature film “Bad Boys,” starring Sean Penn. He has gone on to star in many motion pictures; among them are the multiple Oscar® nominated film “The Shawshank Redemption,” as well as "Chappaquiddick," "Thor: Ragnarok," “Cowboys and Aliens,” “The Guardian,” “Starship Troopers,” “Blue Steel,” “Shoot to Kill,” “Extreme Prejudice,” and the cult classic “Highlander.” Some of Brown’s television credits include HBO’s Emmy® award winning series “Carnivale,” the NBC series “Earth 2,” the Emmy® nominated HBO movie “Normal,” as well as recurring roles on "Billions," "The Goldbergs/Schooled," “Chicago P.D.,” “Sleepy Hollow,” and “ER.” Brown has a prolific career as a voice actor and is celebrating 20 years of playing the role of Mr. Krabs. He can currently be seen playing the series regular role of "Ed" on ABC's "Emergence," as well as guest starring as "LBJ" on the new season of "The Crown" and as "Burg" in Chapter 6 of "The Mandalorian."