Timothy Lagasse is an American puppeteer, puppet designer and director. He has worked on television programs and films for Sesame Workshop, Nickelodeon, Disney XD, and HBO. He is known for playing the title character on Noggin's Oobi, and Crash on Disney XD's Crash & Bernstein. Lagasse has been nominated for three Daytime Emmy Awards. In 1991, he became the first individual to receive the Jim Henson Memorial Prize in Puppetry. In 1993, he was presented with a Citation for Excellence by UNIMA. Later in the same year, he received a Broadcast Design Silver Award for his series of short films, A Show of Hands.
|Born:||February 20, 1969, Milford, Connecticut, U.S.|
|Occupation:||Puppeteer, puppet designer, director|
|Website:||Tim Lagasse's Official site|
|IMDb:||Tim Lagasse's IMDb|
About Tim Lagasse
American puppeteer who has worked with shows such as Sesame Street, Chappelle's Show and Crash & Bernstein. His work on the PBS Kids puppet TV show Between the Lions resulted in 3 Daytime Emmy Award nominations.
Tim Lagasse Before Fame
He was the recipient of the University of Connecticut's Jim Henson Memorial Prize in Puppetry in 1991.
Achievement of Tim Lagasse
He offered workshops about the craft of building puppets at the University of Central Arkansas as part of Heather Henson's Handmade Puppet Dreams Film Festival.
Tim Lagasse Family Life
He married Melissa Johnson in 2009.
Associations of Tim Lagasse
He and Martin P. Robinson were both puppeteers on the Nick Jr. show Allegra's Window.
Information related to Tim Lagasse
- Sesame Street Muppeteers
- Muppet performers
- American puppeteers