Martin P. Robinson

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Date of Birth March 9, 1954
Place of Birth Michigan
Age 67 years old
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Martin P. Robinson is an American puppeteer, who works for the Jim Henson Company. He built, designed, and performed the Audrey II puppets for Little Shop of Horrors. He is also best known for his work on Sesame Street, having performed the characters of Telly Monster, Mrs. Grouch, Slimey, Mr. Snuffleupagus, Oscar's niece Irvine, and Shelley the Turtle on the show for 40 years. He also performed the characters Riff the Cat and Clef the dad on Allegra's Window, and was an animatronic puppeteer for Leonardo in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He is the puppeteer responsible for training the puppeteers on Sesame Tree. He also performed the Cat in the Hat in the second season of The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss.

Born: March 09, 1954, Dearborn, Michigan, U.S.
Other names: Marty Robinson
Education: Brookfield East High School
Occupation: Puppeteer
Years active: 1980–present
Children: 5
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About Martin P. Robinson

American puppeteer who created and worked the puppets for the 1986 film, Little Shop of Horrors and performed on Sesame Street.

Martin P. Robinson Before Fame

He attended high school in Wisconsin and graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in 1974.

Achievement of Martin P. Robinson

He trained all the puppeteers of Sesame Tree, the Irish version of Sesame Street.

Martin P. Robinson Family Life

He married Sesame Street writer Annie Evans in 2008 and they had twin girls in 2009.

Associations of Martin P. Robinson

He performed in Little Shop of Horrors, which starred Rick Moranis.

Information related to Martin P. Robinson

  • Sesame Street Muppeteers
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  • American puppeteers
Latest information about Martin P. Robinson updated on April 18, 2021.

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