Puppet Biography


The Dormouse

Adventures in Wonderland is a live-action musical television series based on Walt Disney’s animated classic Alice in Wonderland.

The show ran from 1991 to 1995 on the Disney Channel and was taped at Disney-MGM Studios at the Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Wiki

Performed The Dormouse.



Dumbo’s Circus is a live-action puppet series that was loosely based on the classic Disney film Dumbo.

Performed Flip and various other puppets.


Ronald Regan

D.C. Follies was set in a Washington, D.C. bar, where bartender Fred Willard would welcome puppet caricatures of the days politicians and celebrities. The show ran from 1987 to 1989.

Performed Ronald Regan and various other puppets.


Mr. Smith

Mr. Smith is a series in that the government performed secret experiments on an orangutan and he becomes a genius. The orangutan, Mr. Smith was performed by a live animal and a puppet.

The show ran for only 13 episodes before being canceled.

Performed Mr. Smith.


Edison The Elephant


Knock Knock The Woodpecker

The Great Space Coaster is a children’s series combining live action, music, puppets and animation in a fast paced and entertaining format. The show ran for five season from 1981 to 1986.

Performed Edison and Knock Knock for the first three season.


Crazy Harry

The Muppet Show is a half-hour variety show in which Kermit the Frog and the Muppets put on a weekly musical/comedy revue at the Muppet Theater. Unfortunately for them, things never quite go according to plan, for the Muppets or their weekly guest stars. Muppet-Wiki

Performed Crazy Harry and various other Muppets for the first season of The Muppet Show.


Crazy Harry

The Muppet Show: Sex and Violence aired on ABC on March 19, 1975. It was the second of two pilots produced during the planning stages for The Muppet Show.

In this half-hour variety special, the Muppets parody the proliferation of sex and violence on television. Muppet-Wiki

Performed Crazy Harry and various other Muppets.


Crazy Donald

The Muppets Valentine Show aired on ABC on January 30, 1974. It was first of two pilots produced during the planning stages for The Muppet Show.

In this half-hour Valentine’s Day special featuring the Muppets and special guest star Mia Farrow, host Wally has writer’s block — he can’t think of material for the show that represents the true meaning of love. He asks the other Muppets and Mia for assistance, with mixed results. Muppet-Wiki

Performed Crazy Donald and various other Muppets.

(Note Crazy Donald’s name was changed to Crazy Harry for the second pilot)