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Skyler Page is the creator of Clarence and was also the original voice of Clarence. He was a writer for the episode, "Fun Dungeon Face Off". Other then Clarence he voiced many other characters like Nathan, Blaide, Mr. Reese, and Larry. He was previously a storyboard artist for Adventure Time (during Seasons 2-5) as well as revisionist for Peter Browngardt's Secret Mountain Fort Awesome before creating Clarence.

He was replaced by Spencer Rothbell, who took over for a showrunner and as a voice actor for Clarence.

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  • In an interview, Skyler explained that Clarence is a fictionalized account of his and the crew's childhood.
  • In 2013, he was nominated for an Emmy for the Pilot of Clarence.


On July 3, 2014, Skyler Page was fired from Cartoon Network for having a mental breakdown, infrequently caused by his Bipolar after allegations of sexual harassment, who he was accused to doing such acts upon Emily Patridge, A writer from another show, Jeff Rowe said on his Tumblr page that Skyler is currently in the hospital seeking medical treatment for his Bipolar 1 disorder: [1], supposedly he did other stuff like putting up cigarrettes up his nose and running around shirtless. There are no videos or photos related to the incident but it is certain that it happened through posts made by Emily Partridge, Patrick Harpin and Jeff Rowe (where the character of Jeff came from), in 2016 a friend of Skyler named Mike Toole revealed what Skyler actually did, according to Mike, Skyler stuck an ET Hand near Emily's crotch, which in result got him fired.


Following after the events of the incident, a lot of the fans and non fans, were either discouraged or disgruntled, that the fact that it had effected much of the show's reputation, to the point where many would remember the show's notoriety, based on the incident, which led the series, losing much interest and somewhat (nevertheless) the popularity, to this day, it is still being mentioned by a few. As this is probably the second cartoon series that became the subject to a controversy involving with the creator, with first being the creator of Ren & Stimpy, John K., who was fired by Nickelodeon, due to the content of one banned episode.

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