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          <h1>Jim Henson</h1>
          <h2>a visionary storyteller</h2>

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          <p><strong>James Maury "Jim" Henson</strong> was an American puppeteer, artist, cartoonist, inventor, screenwriter, songwriter, musician, film director and producer who achieved international fame as the creator of the Muppets.</p>

          <p>Jim was born in Greenville, Mississippi on September 24, 1936, and was raised in Leland, Mississippi, and later, Hyattsville, Maryland. Henson began developing puppets while attending high school. While he was a freshman at the University of
            Maryland, College Park, he created <i>Sam and Friends</i>, a five-minute sketch-comedy puppet show that appeared on television. After graduating from the University of Maryland with a degree in home economics, he produced coffee advertisements and
            developed some experimental films. Feeling the need for more creative output, Henson founded <i>Muppets Inc</i>. in 1958 (which would later become the <i>Jim Henson Company</i>).</p>

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          <p>Henson became famous in the 1960s when he joined the children's educational television program <i>Sesame Street</i>, and there helped develop characters for the series. He also appeared on the sketch comedy show <i>Saturday Night Live</i>. In 1976, after scrapping plans for a Broadway show, he produced <i>The Muppet Show</i>. He won fame for his creations, particularly Kermit the Frog, Rowlf the Dog, and Ernie, and was involved with Sesame Street for over 20 years. He also had frequent roles in Muppets films such as <i>The Muppet Movie</i>, <i>The Great Muppet Caper</i> and <i>The Muppets Take Manhattan</i>, and created advanced puppets for projects like <i>Fraggle Rock</i>, <i>The Dark Crystal</i>, and <i>Labyrinth</i>. During the later years of his life, he also founded the <i>Jim Henson Foundation</i>, and <i>Jim Henson's Creature Shop</i>. His involvement in two television programs — <i>The Storyteller</i> and <i>The Jim Henson Hour</i> — led to Emmy Award wins.</p>

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          <p>Henson died suddenly in May 1990, aged 53, from streptococcal toxic shock syndrome—an unexpected event that was widely lamented in the film and television industries. In the weeks after his death, he was celebrated in a wave of tributes. He
            was posthumously inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1991, and as a Disney Legend in 2011.</p>

          <p>You can learn more about Jim Henson's muppets, television shows, movies, and much more at these pages.</p>
              <li><a href="" target="_blank">The Jim Henson Company</a></li>
              <li><a href="" target="_blank">The Jim Henson Creature Shop</a></li>
              <li><a href="" target="_blank">The Jim Henson Legacy</a></li>
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