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Anything Muppet

Anything Muppets are "empty" Muppet heads. Facial features, bodies, and clothes can be added to make any kind of character. A similar group of puppets known as Whatnots appeared on The Muppet Show and the Unisaurs from Dinosaurs.

During the first seasons of Sesame Street, they were known as "The Anything People" who could be anything they wanted. This ever-expanding troupe of Muppets came in all shapes, sizes, and appearances, and were able to play any role needed.[1] Usually the actors would turn them into different characters. This concept was abandoned after a few seasons, although every once in a while an Anything Muppet character would take off his nose or lose his mustache.

Main Sesame Street characters that are made from Anything Muppets include the Count, Prairie Dawn, Mr. Johnson, Guy Smiley, Roosevelt Franklin, and Sherlock Hemlock.

Types

The following types of Anything Muppets appear on Sesame Street:

Fat Blue

The Fat Blue Anything Muppets are overweight, round-headed, blue rod puppets. Among the known Fat Blue Anything Muppets are:

  • Adam T. Glaser (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A character in the "Old West" sketches who does various odd jobs like baker, doctor, dentist, firefighter, lawyer, and zookeeper that he often gets them confused.
  • Angry the Dwarf (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He is a member of the Seven Emotional Dwarfs in episode 2787.
  • Augustine Washington (performed by Frank Oz) - A Muppet version of Augustine Washington whom Kermit the Frog interviewed in in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in episode 1060 about his son George Washington cutting down a lot of cherry trees.
  • Barry Rhymie (performed by Jerry Nelson and Jim Henson) - A member of The Rhymies.
  • Ben (performed by Jim Henson) - Sergeant Thursday's partner in the "Dragnet" spoof in episode 693.
  • Bennett Snerf (performed by Jerry Nelson) - This version was a monster.
  • Bernie the Baker (performed by Rick Lyon) - He was featured in Hoots the Owl's version of "People in the Neighborhood" in episode 2619.
  • Big Jeffy (performed by Jim Henson, Jerry Nelson, and Kevin Clash, voiced by Jeff Moss) - A member of the band "Little Jerry and the Monotones".
  • Bruno (performed by Richard Hunt) - He was featured in the "School in the Afternoon" sketch in episode 2494.
  • Bus Driver (performed by Jim Henson)
  • Candlemaker (performed by Richard Hunt)
  • "Consider Yourself" Uncle (performed by Jim Henson, singing voice provided by Will Lee)
  • Chris Berman Muppet (voiced by Chris Berman) - He appeared in episode 4090 where he announces the "Chasing the Cheese" event.
  • Clumsy the Dwarf (performed by Joey Mazzarino) - He appeared as a member of the Seven Dwarfs in episode 4114.
  • Dan (performed by Jim Henson) - He was in the story "Stan and Dan" in episode 2363.
  • "Dew Drops" Singer - A member of "Didi O'Day and the Dew Drops" as seen in episode 2256.
  • Dirk (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - He appeared in the "Sound of Our Lives" (a spoof of "Days of Our Lives") sketch.
  • Doc Holiday (performed by Frank Oz) - A doctor in the "Old West" sketches.
  • Dr. Livingston (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A spoof of David Livingston who appeared in episode 1736.
  • Elevator Operator (performed by Frank Oz)
  • Evil Prime Minister (performed by Frank Oz) - He appeared in "The Mystery of the Four Dragons" story in episode 299.
  • Fairy Godmother - This version was seen in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in episode 2491.
  • Farmer Fowler (performed by Richard Hunt) - He appeared in the "Here is your Life" sketch which saluted a carton of eggs in episode 2893.
  • "Fat Cat" Performer (performed by Frank Oz) - A normal Anything Muppet who assisted Bip Bippadotta in performing the song "Fat Cat" in episode 536.
  • Fico (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A bilingual character who sang the song "El Biale del Penguino" with a bunch of penguins in episode 3133.
  • "Five People in My Family" Father (performed by Jim Henson) - He took part in the "Five People in My Family" song in episode 8.
  • Garbage Man (performed by Jim Henson) -
  • Gilbert & Sullivan (performed by Richard Hunt and Martin P. Robinson) - They are spoofs of W.S. Gilbert and composer Arthur Sullivan.
  • Grandmother Happy (performed by Jim Henson) - A sensible grandmother in episode 112 who is the grandmother of Harold Happy and Helen Happy.
  • Grocer (performed by Jim Henson)
  • Gus (performed by Kevin Clash) - A deliveryman who is the partner of Tyrone. He appeared in a "Monsterpiece Theater" story called "The Postman Always Rings Twice" in episode 3743.
  • Gyros Spiniapolis (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - A shoemaker who appeared in the "Here is Your Life" sketch in episode 2292 to salute the sneaker that he had built.
  • Hardhead Henry Harris (voiced by Roscoe Orman) - He was a character in the "Roosevelt Franklin Elementary School" segments. He is big and tough, and a bit of a slow thinker—but he's friendly, and good at keeping a beat. He always wears his sunglasses, even indoors.
  • Harvey Kneeslapper's Fat Blue Victim 1 (performed by Jim Henson) - He was the victim of Harvey Kneeslapper in episode 298.
  • Harvey Kneeslapper's Fat Blue Victim 2 (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He was the victim of Harvey Kneeslapper in episode 303.
  • Harvey Kneeslapper's Fat Blue Victim 3 (performed by Richard Hunt) - He was the victim of Harvey Kneeslapper in episode 343.
  • Harvey Kneeslapper's Mailman Victim (voiced by Richard Hunt)
  • "Hill Street Twos" Sergeant (performed by Jerry Nelson)
  • "I Am a Fine Musician" Tuba Player (performed by Jim Henson) - He was featured in episode 10.
  • J Friend (performed by Jim Henson) - A member of the J Friends as seen in episode 527.
  • John-Boy (performed by Joey Mazzarino) - He was featured in the "Sing-Along Earth Songs" video.
  • King Peter the Persnickity (performed by Jim Henson) - A king who appeared in "The King Who Banished the Letter P" in episode 764 and is the father of Princess Penelope.
  • Lady Agatha (performed by Camille Bonora) - She was featured in the "Mysterious Theatre" sketches in episodes 2622 and 3009.
  • Lamont the Dog (performed by Frank Oz) - He was featured in the "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in episode 696 as the pet dog of Old Mother Hubbard.
  • Lefty's Boss (performed by Jerry Nelson) - The crime boss whom Lefty (the gangster version) works for.
  • Lefty (performed by Jim Henson) - This version is a gangster.
  • Little Chrissy (performed by Jim Henson and Frank Oz, voiced by Christopher Cerf) -
  • Low Singer (voiced by Jeff Moss)
  • Mike (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A baker who is the owner of Mike's Bakery as seen in episode 817.
  • Morty Moot Mope - The King of Boebitty Bope who was featured in a "Roosevelt Franklin Elementary School" sketch in episode 534.
  • Mr. Ice Cream Cone Man (performed by Jerry Nelson) - An ice cream vendor who sells ice cream from his ice cream truck in episode 193.
  • Mr. Johnson (performed by Jerry Nelson) -
  • Mr. Lucky (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He was a contestant on the game show "Dialing For Prizes Movie" in episode 666.
  • Mrs. Crustworthy (performed by Fran Brill)
  • Nickmatics Keyboardist - The keyboard player for Nick Normal and the Nickmatics.
  • Postman (performed by Jim Henson)
  • Paul (Unknown Performer)
  • Peter Piper (performed by Kevin Clash, James Kroupa, and Martin P. Robinson)
  • Pierre Blue (performed by Joey Mazzarino) - A character from France who appeared on "The Crying Game"
  • Pokey the Dwarf (performed by Jim Henson) - He appeared as a member of the Six Dwarfs in episode 279 .
  • Potter Piper (performed by Richard Hunt) - Peter Piper's brother who appeared in episode 1563.
  • Professor Hastings (performed by Frank Oz) -
  • Royal Fiddler #1 (performed by Jim Henson)
  • Royal Postman (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He appeared in "The King and the Fireman" story in episode 278.
  • Simon Soundman (performed by Jerry Nelson) -
  • Slap-Happy Sly - He appears in the song "The Ballad of Slippery Slim" in episode 3073.
  • "Surprise!" Back-up Singer (voiced by Jeff Moss)
  • Tarnish Brother #2 (performed by Frank Oz, voiced by Christopher Cerf) - A member of the Tarnish Brothers.
  • The Banana King (performed by Joey Mazzarino) - The owner of the restaurant "Banana King" (which is a spoof of Burger King).
  • The Gonk (performed by Jerry Nelson) - An alien who appeared in "The Geefle and the Gonk" story in episode 706.
  • The Grand High Triangle Lover (performed by Kevin Clash) - This version was seen in 2007.
  • "The Little Miss Muffet Play" Actor (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A normal Fat Blue who kept mixing up his role where he appeared as a rabbit, a duck, and a fish until Little Miss Muffet places a spider costume on him.
  • The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe (performed by Frank Oz and Kathryn Mullen).
  • The Royal Saxophone Player (performed by Frank Oz)
  • The Smartest Man in the World (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He appeared in "The King's Problem" story in episode 407.
  • Thomas Twiddlebug (performed by Jim Henson) - The father of Timmy and Tina Twiddlebug.
  • Tommy (performed by Richard Hunt) A kid who sings "Just Around the Corner" in episode 1133.
  • Uncle Louie (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A police officer who is the uncle of Charlie as seen in episode 135.
  • Willie Crybaby (Unknown Performer)
  • Yellow Submarine Engineer (performed by Jim Henson) - He took part in the "Yellow Submarine" song in episode 17.

Fat Blue Live Hands

There was a live-hand variant of Fat Blue that also exists, but has been used less frequently. The following Fat Blue Anything Muppets are in this category:

  • Agnes (performed by Camille Bonora) - The assistant director to Kermit the Frog when he did his rendition of Oklahoma! in episode 2594.
  • Al (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A mechanic who is the owner of "Al's Alphabet Garage" as seen in episode 3109.
  • Bif (performed by Peter Linz) - A construction worker who appeared appeared at a 2010 press event promoting Sesame Street Safari of Fun, an upcoming theme park attraction at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay.
  • Billy the Grownup (performed by Richard Hunt) - A gruff cowboy who once challenged Noel Cowherd to an artist's duel in episode 2902.
  • Captain Donald Cragen Muppet (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - A caricature of Dann Florek's character who appeared "Law & Order: Special Letters Unit" (a parody of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit) as seen in episode 4109.
  • Cee Lo Green Muppet (performed by Kevin Clash) - A caricature of Cee Lo Green that appeared in a spoof of The Voice in episode 4304.
  • Ferlinghetti Donizetti (performed by Richard Hunt in 1980-1984, Kevin Clash in 1984-1986) - A poet who is a parody of Lawrence Ferlinghetti.
  • Forgetful Jones' Mother (performed by Cheryl Blaylock)
  • Grand High Triangle Lover (performed by Kevin Clash) - An expert on all triangles. This is a Fat Blue Live-Hand version of the character.
  • Ingrid - The wife of Duane who met Maria and Luis on a camping trip as seen in episodes 2487, 2488, and 2490.
  • Joe Hundred Guy's Butler (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - The butler of Joe Hundred Guy who helps him count to 100 as seen in episode 4063. He is a spoof of the butler Paul Hogan from Joe Millionaire.
  • King Gerry the Generous' Doctor (performed by Richard Hunt) - The doctor of King Gerry the Generous from "The King's Apples" as seen in episode 2787.
  • King Goodheart (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - The king who first appeared in "Prince Firstly's Surprise" as seen in the video "A New Baby in My House." He is the husband of Queen Quinella and the father of Prince Firstly and Princess Azalea.
  • King Richard the Chicken-Hearted (performed by Jim Henson) - The king from the story "The King Who Ate Only Chicken" as seen in episode 2424. He ate chicken because it was the only food he knew about until he held a contest to see who can provide a food that King Richard doesn't know about which ended in a four-way tie.
  • King Wasteful V (performed by Jerry Nelson) - The king from the story "The King Who Wasted Paper" as seen in episode 2908.
  • Long John Silver - A caricature of Long John Silver who appeared in episode 3033.
  • Mama Countess (performed by Julianne Buescher) - Countess von Backwards' mother who appeared in episode 3690 where she sang "I Could Have Counted All Night."
  • Miss Marble (performed by Camille Bonora) - The star of "Fairytale Detective" who is a parody of Agatha Christie's Miss Marple.
  • Mrs. Doogooder (performed by Carmen Osbahr) - She appeared in episode 4127 where she is suggested as the new owner of Cranky the Rottendoodle (a Grouch Dog breed).
  • Provenza (performed by Joey Mazzarino) - He is a spoof of G.W. Bailey's character Louie Provenza from The Closer and appeared in a sketch who parodied the show in Episode 4213.
  • Sally Smith (performed by Kathryn Mullen) - A construction worker who appeared on "This is Your Lunch" in episode 2423.
  • Sam (performed by Kevin Clash) - A saloon pianist who appeared in the "Great Movie Classics" version of Casablanca and is a spoof of Dooley Wilson's character from the film.
  • Sandman - He appeared in episode 3059 where he helped to get Natasha to sleep.
  • Santa Claus (Unknown Performer) - Kermit interviewed this version of Santa Claus on "Sesame Street News Flash" to ask how he got down the chimney.
  • Stella (performed by Camille Bonora) - A construction worker who works with Biff and Sully.
  • The Grand High Triangle Lover (performed by Kevin Clash) - This version was seen in the 1990s.
  • The Great Fentini (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A ringmaster who appeared in episode 4037.
  • Tooth Fairy (performed by Joey Mazzarino) - He appeared in episode 3060 where his sack of teeth and coins are not marked.

Green

The Green Anything Muppets have conical-shaped heads. Among the Green Anything Muppets are:

  • Adrienne Bip (performed by Camille Bonora) - She was a contestant on the game show "What's Prairie's Problem?" in episode 2484.
  • Anne Phibian (performed by Fran Brill) - A newt who is the host of the game show "Find the Amphibian" which was played by Elmo and Abby Cadabby in episode 4201.
  • Angry Man (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He was seen in Ernie's Robin Hood sketch.
  • Arlene Frantic (performed by Fran Brill) - She was a contestant on "What's My Part?" In the "Nose" episode of the sketch, she was a monster. In the "Foot" episode of the sketch, she was a normal Anything Muppet.
  • Benny (performed by Richard Hunt) - A gangster that worked for Lefty's Boss.
  • Bob Lackey (performed by Louise Gold) - He works as Prince Charming's lackey as seen in episode 3133.
  • Bobby (performed by David Rudman) - He was in "Grover's Monster Workout Video" sketch in episode 3284.
  • Bruno Tonioli Muppet - A Muppet caricature of Bruno Tonioli who was the judge of "Dancing with Triangles" (a spoof of Dancing with the Stars) in episode 4144.
  • Carl Mericana (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - He was a contestant on the game show "The Triangle Is Right" in episode 2506.
  • Carl the Cop (performed by Richard Hunt) - He was in Hoots the Owl's rendition of "People in Your Neighborhood" in episode 2619 revolving around the night shift.
  • Carol the Baker (performed by Fran Brill) - She was in the "Here is your Life" sketch in Episode 709 revolving around the loaf of bread that Carol had made.
  • Clementine (performed by Brian Muehl in 1979-1984, Kevin Clash in 1985-1988, Camille Bonora in 1988-1992) - A cowgirl who is Forgetful Jones' long-suffering girlfriend.
  • "Consider Yourself" Boy (performed by Frank Oz, singing voiced provided by Bob McGrath)
  • Cyranose de Bergerac (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A poet with a foot-long nose who appeared in "Monsterpiece Theater" sketch in episode 3133. He is a caricature of Cyrano de Bergerac.
  • D-tective Dave (performed by David Rudman) - A detective who appeared in a Dragnet spoof in episode 3499.
  • Debra Starr (performed by Fran Brill) - A reporter on the "Sesame Street News" in a part called "Here and There."
  • Dentist (performed by David Rudman)
  • Detective John Munch Muppet (performed by David Rudman) - A caricature of Richard Belzer's character in "Law & Order: Special Letters Unit" (a parody of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit) in episode 4109.
  • Dr. Thad (voiced by Thad Mumford) - A doctor who was the leader of Dr. Thad and the Medications where they sang the song "The Ten Commandments of Health" in episode 1163.
  • Dwayne (performed by Kevin Clash) - He was featured in the "School in the Afternoon" sketch in episode 2494.
  • Elizabeth (performed by Stephanie D'Abruzzo) - A pig-tailed girl with a Brooklyn accent who loves the number 732 and her cat, Little Murray Sparkles.
  • Enzo (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - A Spanish-speaking boy who appeared in episode 4127 playing ball with Sophie.
  • Ethel Mermaid - A mermaid caricature of Ethel Merman.
  • Farley (performed by Jerry Nelson) - An orange-haired boy who appeared in the 1970s.
  • "Fat Cat" Performer (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A normal Anything Muppet who assisted Bip Bippadotta in performing the song "Fat Cat" in episode 536.
  • "Five People in My Family" Brother (voiced by Bob McGrath)
  • Green Alphabeat (voiced by Richard Hunt) - A member of Little Chrissy and the Alphabeats.
  • High Singer (performed by Jerry Nelson)
  • "Home to Me" Eskimo - (performed by Richard Hunt) - A boy who lived in the snow and sang this song in episode 2122.
  • How Now Brown (voiced by Christopher Cerf) - He is the lead singer of "How Now Brown and the Moo Wave."
  • "I Am a Fine Musician" Trumpet Player (voiced by Bob McGrath) - He was featured in episode 10.
  • J.P. (performed by Kevin Clash) - A mouse with a laid-back attitude who appears in the "Miami Mice" sketch (a parody of Miami Vice) and is the partner of Tito.
  • J Friend (performed by Frank Oz) - A member of the J Friends as seen in episode 527.
  • Jack (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - In Elmo and Abby's Birthday Fun, this Jack is a "jack of all trades" where he appeared in Jack and Jill, Little Jack Horner, and Jack and the Beanstalk.
  • Jack (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - He and Jill appeared as students of Storybook Community School.
  • Jeanette - She appeared in the "I'm In Love With U" (a spoof of the "Indian Love Call" song from Rose-Marie) song in episode 1854.
  • Joe (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He was featured in the "Meet Me at the Bus Stop" song in episode 1575.
  • Junior (performed by David Rudman) - He was one of the kids who went camping with Grover in the Sing-Along Earth Songs Direct-to-Video.
  • Katie (performed by Pam Arciero) - He was featured in the "School in the Afternoon" sketch in episode 2494.
  • Kermit the Frog's Doctor (performed by Kevin Clash) - He sang "Heart of a Frog" with Kermit the Frog in episode 2649.
  • Lefty the Salesman (performed by Frank Oz) - A shady-looking salesman who speaks with a whispery voice.
  • Librarian (performed by Jerry Nelson) - This librarian appeared in a sketch where he kept telling Grover to speak quietly as seen in episode 1858.
  • Lifeguard (performed by Fran Brill)
  • Little Green Riding Hood (performed by Camille Bonora) - She is the lesser-known sister of Little Red Riding Hood that appeared in episodes 3136 and 3189.
  • Little Jack Horner (performed by Jerry Nelson in episodes 3121 and 3167, Matt Vogel in episode 4098)
  • Little Jerry (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He is the leader of Little Jerry and the Monotones.
  • Little Red Riding Hood (performed by Fran Brill) - This version appeared in episode 3949 and Elmo and Abby's Birthday Fun.
  • Louisey (performed by Louise Gold) - She performed the song "I Can Sing" with Herry Monster in episode 2995.
  • Luke Warm (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - He appeared on Sonny Friendly's game show "The Crying Game."
  • Mad Man (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He appeared in Ernie's Robin Hood sketch.
  • Mary Rhymie (performed by Jerry Nelson and Bob Payne) - A member of The Rhymies.
  • Maurice (performed by Jim Henson) - He partook in the song "Just Around the Corner" in episode 1133.
  • Middle (performed by Jerry Nelson) - An Anything Muppet that was used by Betty Lou to represent the middle.
  • Moo Wave Drummer - The drummer of How Now Brown and the Moo Wave.
  • Mr. Bricklayer (performed by David Rudman) - He was seen in the "This Is Your Life" sketch in episode 2859 where he had helped to build 2102 Shady Lane.
  • Mr. Browning (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - A poet who appeared in the "Sons of Poety" sketch (a spoof of Sons of Anarchy) in Episode 4405. He is a caricature of Robert Browning.
  • Newsdealer (performed by Jim Henson)
  • Next Generation Science Officer (performed by David Rudman) - He is a spoof of Brent Spiner's character Data from Star Trek: The Next Generation that appears in the "Spaceship Surprise: The Next Generation" segments.
  • Nick Normal (performed by Jerry Nelson) - The lead singer of Nick Normal and the Nickmatics.
  • Nick Normal's Dad - The father of Nick Normal.
  • Norman (performed by David Rudman) - The assistant of the Grand High Triangle Lover.
  • Old MacDonald (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - This is the occasional version of the character.
  • "One Way" Greaser (voiced by Christopher Cerf) - He sang the song "One Way" in episode 973.
  • Pamela (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A green monster who Grover spread Herry Monster's alphabet secret to in a Season 3 sketch..
  • Pammy (performed by Pam Arciero) - She appears in the Direct-To-Video called "Getting Ready to Read."
  • Pharmacist (performed by Jerry Nelson)
  • Pierre (performed by Jerry Nelson) - The maître d' at Chez Normie, a restaurant of the semi-stars.
  • Poppa Piper (performed by Frank Oz) - The father of Peter Piper that appeared in episode 1563.
  • Prince Firstly (performed by Jerry Nelson) - The son of King Goodheart and Queen Quinella. He appeared in the Direct-to-Video release "A New Baby in my House" where he gained Princess Azalea as a sister.
  • Rapunzel (performed by Stephanie D'Abruzzo) - The version appeared in the "Hair" episode of the "Elmo's World" sketch.
  • Ready Stan (performed by Joey Mazzarino) - He was in the resource video "Happy, Healthy, Ready for School" where he helped Elmo get ready for the First Day of School.
  • Roberta (performed by Jim Henson) - Rocky's older sister who appeared in Episode 1107.
  • Royal Fiddler #3 (performed by Richard Hunt)
  • Sad the Dwarf (performed by Kevin Clash) - He appeared as a member of the Seven Emotional Dwarfs in episode 2787.
  • Sally Soho (performed by Camille Bonora) - An artist who appeared in the "Here is Your Life" where she had painted the Picture of a Bowl of Fruit.
  • Sherlock Hemlock (performed by Jerry Nelson) - Based on Basil Rathbone's movie portrayal of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock Hemlock is a detective who solves mysteries by "concentrating on the little clues and overlooking the big ones" that his dog Watson tends to find.
  • Slippery Sam - The title character of "The Ballad of Slippery Sam" which was featured in episode 3073.
  • Snooks (performed by Jerry Nelson)
  • Stan (performed by Richard Hunt) - He was in the story "Stan and Dan" in episode 2363.
  • "Surprise!" Back-up Singer (voiced by Joe Raposo)
  • Suzetta Something (voiced by Loretta Long) - She was one of Roosevelt Franklin's classmates at Roosevelt Franklin Elementary School.
  • Taxi Driver McGillicuddy (performed by Brian Muehl) - He was seen in a jungle sketch where Ernie mistook him for Dr. Livingstone in episode 1736.
  • Telephone Operator (performed by Richard Hunt) - She was called up by Little Jerry and the Monotones during the "Telephone Rock" song in episode 733.
  • The Beetles' Lead Guitarist, Bassist, and Drummer (performed by Richard Hunt, voiced by Jonathan Cerf)
  • The Country Mouse (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A mouse who is the cousin of the City Mouse as seen in episode 349.
  • The Fattest Person in the Kingdom (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He was featured in "The King's Problem Story" in episode 407.
  • The Geefle (performed by Jim Henson) - An alien who appeared in "The Geefle and the Gonk" story in episode 706.
  • The London Frog (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" in episode 2404 where he mistook Kermit the Frog's talk on the London Fog for a talk on the London Frog.
  • The Miller's Daughter (performed by Jerry Nelson) - She appeared in episode 724 during a "Sesame Street News Flash" where Bruce Rumpelstiltskin comes for her baby.
  • The Royal Doctor (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He was featured in "The King and the Fireman" story in episode 278.
  • "The Singing Dentists" Lead Singer (performed by Kevin Clash) - He and the Singing Dentists sang "Say Toothpaste, Somebody!" in episode 2861.
  • Tortoise (performed by Frank Oz) - He was featured in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in episode 676. The later version of the character appeared as an actual tortoise which was performed by Martin P. Robinson.
  • The Young Son (performed by Jim Henson) - He was the son of the Japanese Emperor as seen in "The Mystery of the Four Dragons" story in episode 299.
  • The Young Woman Who Lived in a Hat (performed by Richard Hunt) - A neighbor of the Old Lady that Lives in a Shoe as seen in a "Sesame Street News Flash" in episode 1050.
  • Tony #1 (performed by Jim Henson and Jerry Nelson) - He appeared in scenes with various monsters back in the 1970s.
  • Tony #2 (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He was featured in a "Monsterpiece Theater" sketch called "Inside/Out Story" (a parody of West Side Story) in episode 3111.
  • Twiddlebug Superintendent (performed by Kevin Clash) - He appears in a "Twiddlebugs" sketch where he installs a smoke detector in their home.
  • Vanessa (performed by Pam Arciero) - She was featured in the "School in the Afternoon" sketch in episode 2494.
  • Velma Blank (performed by David Rudman) - Pat Playjacks' co-host of "Squeal of Fortune" who was seen in episode 2579. She is a parody of Vanna White and has also appeared as a sidekick of Sonny Friendly.
  • Wally - He was the topic of the titular song in episode 3447.
  • Willy Muppet - A caricature of Kermit Love's character Willy.
  • Zebediah (performed by Bob Payne) - A grizzled cook who appeared in a sketch with Grover in episode 2226.
  • Various Smaller Frogs

Pumpkin

The Pumpkin Anything Muppets have oval-shaped heads. Among the Pumpkin Anything Muppets are:

  • Barber (performed by Frank Oz)
  • Big Barney (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He appeared in an Old West sketch in Episode 704 where Sinister Sam gives him a hat that doesn't fit him anymore.
  • Bill Smith (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He was a contestant on the game show "The Remembering Game."
  • Blake Shelton Muppet (performed by Tyler Bunch) - A caricature of Blake Shelton that appeared in a spoof of The Voice in episode 4304.
  • Bobby (performed by Joey Mazzarino) - He is one of Grover's exercise assistants in the "Happy Healthy Monsters." His name is a reference to Bobby Burgess.
  • China Shop Clerk (performed by Dave Goelz) - He appeared in Episode 3068 with Simon Soundman and Old MacDonald.
  • "Consider Yourself" Father (performed by Jim Henson)
  • Doctor (performed by Frank Oz)
  • Drippy the Dwarf - He appeared as a member of the Six Dwarfs in Episode 279.
  • Dr. Feel (performed by Steve Whitmire) - He is a parody of Dr. Phil McGraw.
  • Dr. Thad and the Medications' Backup Singer - A member of Dr. Thad and the Medications where they sang the song "The Ten Commandments of Health" in episode 1163.
  • Encyclopedia Salesman (performed by Frank Oz) - He appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" in Episode 691 where he was planning to sell Little Red Riding Hood's Grandma an encyclopedia.
  • Farmer Brown (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He and his wife appeared in the Little Chrissy and the Alphabeats song "Cluck Around the Clock." Farmer Brown and his wife are spoofs of the couple that appeared in the American Gothic portrait.
  • Farmer Frankie (performed by Frank Oz) - He appeared in the "Here Is Your Life" sketch in Episode 709 revolving around the loaf of bread whose flour he provided.
  • Fenwick (performed by Jim Henson) - A monster whom Grover had spread Herry Monster's alphabet secret to in Episode 1740.
  • Finn (performed by Kevin Clash)
  • Firefighter (performed by Frank Oz)
  • Firefighter (performed by Martin P. Robinson)
  • Firefighter Jackson (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - He appeared in Episode 1736 where Ernie mistook him as Dr. Livingstone.
  • "Five People in My Family" Mother (voiced by Loretta Long)
  • Frank Loyd Left (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - An architect who appeared in a "Here Is Your Life" sketch in 2859 where he designed the blueprints for 2102 Shady Lane. He is a caricature of Frank Lloyd Wright.
  • Frankie (performed by Eric Jacobson) - He was cameraman for "The Alphabet Roadshow" in Episode 4125. He later appeared in Episode 4203 where he was selling T-Shirts during the Squirmadega Car Race. He is a caricature of the "Sesame Street" camera man Frank Biondo.
  • Frazzle (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A monster who was originally an Anything Muppet dressed as a monster before a permanent puppet was made for him.
  • Grenadier Guardsman (performed by Richard Hunt) - He appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in Episode 2404 carrying to Kermit the Frog the "Famous London Log" (courtesy of His Majesty the Queen) at the time when Kermit the Frog was reporting on the London Fog.
  • Hammy the Dwarf (performed by Eric Jacobson) - He appears as a member of the Seven Dwarfs in Episode 4114.
  • Harvey Kneeslapper's Pumpkin Victim (performed by Richard Hunt) - He appears as one of Harvey Kneeslapper's pranks where he had a Number Four Sticky placed on his shirt.
  • "I Am a Fine Musician" Trombone Player (voiced by Joe Raposo) - He was featured in episode 10.
  • J Friend (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A member of the J Friends as seen in episode 527.
  • Jack Be Nimble (performed by Jerry Nelson in earlier appearances, Joey Mazzarino in Episode 4107 and 4204) -
  • Jack the Boss (performed by Tyler Bunch) - He appeared in the "30 Rocks" sketch in Episode 4168 as the boss of Liz Lemon. He is a parody of Alec Baldwin's character Jack Donaghy from 30 Rock.
  • Jeff Bawksworthy (performed by Tyler Bunch) - He appeared in Episode 4179 as the host of "Are You Smarter Than an Egg Layer (a parody of Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?). He is a parody of Jeff Foxworthy.
  • Len Goodman Muppet (performed by Matt Vogel) - A caricature of Len Goodman who was the judge of "Dancing with Triangles" (a spoof of Dancing with the Stars) in episode 4144.
  • King (performed by Caroll Spinney) - He is the father of Princess Cutie and appeared in the "Cutie and the Beast" story in Episode 233.
  • Lieutenant Tao (performed by David Rudman) - He is a spoof of Michael Tao from The Closer and appeared in a sketch that parodied that show in Episode 4213.
  • Man in Brown (performed by David Rudman) - He appeared in Episode 4079 looking for his pet pig Hickory Dickory with his search disrupting Miles' band practice.
  • Mean Manny (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He appeared in an Old West sketch in Episode 1166 where he's referred to at the Toughest Person in the West.
  • Moo Wave Keyboardist - The keyboardist of How Now Brown and the Moo Wave.
  • Mr. Moses (performed by Richard Hunt) - A caveman who was the world's first teacher. He was interviewed by Kermit the Frog in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in Episode 2996.
  • Mr. Ogden (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A grade school teacher who appeared in "This Is Your Story" that salutes Forgetful Jones.
  • Mrs. Hathahkugel (performed by Stephanie D'Abruzzo) - She appeared in Episode 4219 as a frequent customer of the Big Bad Wolf's beauty salon. Her appearance and voice are based on Zsa Zsa Gabor.
  • Mrs. Turow (performed by Stephanie D'Abruzzo)
  • Newt the Night Watchman (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - He appeared in Hoots the Owl's version of "People In Your Neighborhood" in episode 2619.
  • Next Generation Security Officer (performed by Kevin Clash) - He is a spoof of Michael Dorn's character Worf from Star Trek: The Next Generation who appears in the "Spaceship Surprise: The Next Generation" segments.
  • Nickmatics Guitarist - The guitarist of Nick Normal and the Nickmatics.
  • Old MacDonald (performed by Richard Hunt and Joey Mazzarino) - This is the occasional version of this character.
  • Pilot (performed by Jerry Nelson)
  • Porter Piper (performed by Frank Oz) - The brother of Peter Piper who appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in Episode 1563.
  • Queen of Nacho Picchu (performed by Carmen Osbahr) - She was the ruler of Nacho Picchu (a spoof of Machu Picchu) in the "Elmo: The Musical" episode "Guacamole: The Musical" in Episode 4301.
  • Richard (performed by Richard Hunt) - A miner who works at the J Mine. He was interviewed by Kermit the Frog in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in Episode 2612.
  • Rockin' Richard (performed by Richard Hunt)
  • Royal Firefighter (performed by Jim Henson) - He appeared in "The King and the Fireman" story in Episode 278.
  • Santa Claus (performed by Frank Oz) - This was the version of Santa Claus that appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" in Episode 777.
  • Slowest-Drawing Ed (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - A cowboy with the "Slowest Draw in the West." He was in the "Elmo: The Musical" episode "Guacamole: The Musical" in Episode 4313.
  • Spaceship Surprise Mate (performed by Richard Hunt) - He was the second-in-command of the Spaceship Surprise.
  • Stan (performed by Jim Henson)
  • Sully (performed by Richard Hunt) - A construction worker who is Biff's partner and doesn't talk much.
  • "Surprise!" Back-up Singer (performed by Caroll Spinney)
  • Tarnish Brother (performed by Jerry Nelson and Michael Earl Davis) - A member of the Tarnish Brothers.
  • Teacher (performed by Frank Oz)
  • The Biggest Person in the Kingdom (performed by Frank Oz) - He appeared in "The King's Problem" story in Episode 407.
  • The Royal Bass Player (performed by Jim Henson)
  • The Square (performed by Frank Oz) - He appeared in Episode 448 where he and the Hipster do their version of the "Visual Thinking" sketch that was previously seen in Sam and Friends.
  • Toulouse (performed by Richard Hunt) - An artistic caveman who appeared in Episode 2939. His name is a reference to Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
  • Tyrone (performed by David Rudman) - A deliveryman who is the partmer of Gus. He appeared in a "Monsterpiece Theatre" story called "The Postman Always Rings Twice" in Episode 3743.
  • Victor (performed by Richard Hunt) - He appeared in "All My Letters" in Episode 2362 as a suitor for Vivian.
  • Wodehouse (performed by Richard Hunt) - The butler of Lady Agatha who appeared in a "Mysterious Theater" sketch in Episodes 2622.
  • Yellow Submarine Pilot (performed by Caroll Spinney)

Pumpkin Live Hands

There was a live-hand variant of Pumpkin that also exists, but has been used less frequently. The following Pumpkin Anything Muppets are in this category:

  • Burt (performed by Matt Vogel) - He and Hiram appeared in Episode 4236 where they worked at Oscar the Grouch's Dirtballs business.
  • Carson (performed by Frank Oz) - A butler who appeared in the "Upside Downtown Abbey" sketch (a parody of Downton Abbey) in episode 4315. He is a parody of Jim Carter's character Charles Carson.
  • H-Man (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - He appeared in Episode 4115 where he staged the "Sound of H" game.
  • Howie Eatswell (performed by Matt Vogel) - The host of "Meal or No Deal" (a parody of Deal or No Deal) in episode 4138. He is a parody of Howie Mandel.
  • Jack (performed by Joey Mazzarino) - The Jack from Jack and the Beanstalk who appeared in episode 4211.
  • Keith Heartburn (performed by Frank Oz) - The captain of the Gizzard who is featured in "Heaviest Catch" (a parody of Deadliest Catch). He is a parody of Keith Colburn.
  • Miss Fran (performed by Fran Brill) - A park ranger who appeared in the "Happy, Healthy, Ready for School" video called "Learning is Everywhere."
  • Mr. MiCookie (performed by Joey Mazzarino) - A karate instructor who appeared in the "Cookie's Crumby Pictures" movie "The Biscotti Kid" as seen in Episode 4405. He is a parody of Pat Morita's character Kesuke Miyagi from The Karate Kid
  • Ready Eddie (performed by Tyler Bunch) - He appeared in the video "Happy, Healthy, Ready for School" where he alongside Ready Betty and Ready Stan help Elmo learn how to get ready for the First Day of School.
  • Tiny Tim's Uke Repair Delivery Man (Unknown Performer) - He appeared in Episode 4070 where he arrived at the Mail-It Shop for the immediate delivery of Mr. Snuffleupagus' magical ukelele.

Purple

The Purple Anything Muppets consist of:

Lavender

The Lavendar Anything Muppets consist of:

  • Ali Baba (voiced by Richard Hunt)
  • Alice (performed by Fran Brill) - She appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in Episode 2313.
  • Alice the Actress (performed by Camille Bonora) - She was featured in Hoots the Owl's version of "People In Your Neighborhood" in Episode 2619
  • Astronaut (voiced by Marylin Sokol) - She was featured in the song "Women Can Be" in Episode 1065.
  • Bennett Snerf (performed by Caroll Spinney) - This version was a normal Anything Muppet.
  • Benny and Lefty's Boss (performed by Jerry Nelson) - An unnamed crime boss that is the superior of the gangsters Benny and Lefty.
  • Betty Lou's Mom (performed by Julianne Buescher) - The mother of Betty Lou who appeared in Episode 3215.
  • Billy (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He alongside Tommy, Susie, and Maurice sang the song "Just Around the Corner" in Episode 1133.
  • Billy Idle (performed by Kevin Clash) - He sang the song "Rebel L" (a parody of "Rebel Yell") in episode 2432. He is a parody of Billy Idol.
  • Bip Bipadotta (performed by Jim Henson) - This version appeared in the song "Everybody's Song" in episode 3010 and a revised version of Bip Bipadotta appeared in episode 4203.
  • Bruce Stringbean (voiced by Christopher Cerf) - He sang "Born to Add" in episode 2477 and "Barn in the USA" in episode 3087. He is a parody of Bruce Springsteen.
  • Captain Vegetable (performed by Jim Henson) - A rabbit superhero. This was the version of the character that Jim Henson had performed.
  • Carpenter (performed by Jim Henson) -
  • Carrie Ann Inaba Muppet (performed by Leslie Carrara-Rudolph) - A Muppet caricature of Carrie Ann Inaba that was the judge of "Dancing with Triangles" (a spoof of Dancing with the Stars) in episode 4144.
  • Cat (performed by Frank Oz) - This cat was based on the cat that played the fiddle from Hey Diddle Diddle. He appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" segment in episode 694 where he served as the manager of Natalie the Cow at the time when she was going to jump over the moon.
  • Chester O'Leary (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He was a contestant on the game show "Say The Word" in episode 1836.
  • Chet (performed by Bob Payne)
  • Chrissy (voiced by Christopher Cerf)
  • Christina Aguilera Muppet (performed by Stephanie D'Abruzzo) - A caricature of Christina Aguilera who appeared in a spoof of The Voice in episode 4304.
  • Cinderella (performed by Jerry Nelson and Pam Arciero) - Her stories have been chronicled in the "Sesame Street News Flash" sketches in Episodes 516, 684, and 2491.
  • Dani's Grandma (performed by Alice Dinnean) - She was in the Sesame Street video A is for Ashma.
  • Darlene (performed by Louise Gold) - She appeared in a spoof of Dragnet in Episode 3499.
  • Detective Olivia Benson Muppet (performed by Fran Brill) - A caricature of Mariska Hargitay's character who appeared "Law & Order: Special Letters Unit" (a parody of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit) as seen in episode 4109.
  • "Dew Drops" Singer - A member of "Didi O'Day and the Dew Drops."
  • Dick (performed by Kevin Clash) - He was featured in the "School in the Afternoon" sketch in episode 2494.
  • Dierdre (performed by Camille Bonora) - She was featured in the "Sesame Street" soap opera "The Sounds of Our Lives."
  • Diva (performed by Louise Gold) - She is an opera singer who performs "The Alphabet Song."
  • Dr. Johnson (performed by David Rudman) - A dentist who appeared in a sketch with Frazzle and his mom.
  • Dr. Rainbrain (performed by Frank Oz) - A mad scientist who assisted Count von Count in building the Transylvanian Rocket Ship in episode 2396.
  • Emperor - This is the Emperor from The Emperor's New Clothes who appeared in Episode 3784 to buy some clothes from Finders Keepers.
  • Employment Agent (performed by Frank Oz)
  • Fairy Godmother (performed by Fran Brill) - This version of the Fairy Godmother appeared in episodes 133 and 135.
  • Fanny the Firefighter (performed by David Rudman) - She appeared in Hoots the Owl's version of "People In Your Neighborhood" in episode 2619.
  • Farmer Brown's Wife (performed by Fran Brill) - She appeared with Farmer Brown in the "Cluck Around the Clock" song in episode 2877. She and Farmer Brown are spoofs of the couple that appear in the American Gothic portrait.
  • Farmer McGregor (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - He appeared in the Colambo sketch "The Case of the Missing Pig" in Episode 3112.
  • Fastest-Drawing Fred (performed by John Tartaglia) - A cowboy with the "Fastest Draw in the West." He was in the "Elmo: The Musical" episode "Guacamole: The Musical" in Episode 4313.
  • "Fat Cat" Performer (performed by Jim Henson) - A normal Anything Muppet who assisted Bip Bippadotta in performing the song "Fat Cat" in episode 536.
  • Fauna (performed by Carmen Osbahr) - She accompanies Grover on a hike in the mountains in the "Sesame Street" video "Sing-Along Earth Songs."
  • Felicity (performed by M. Elizabeth Houston) - She was featured in the "School in the Afternoon" sketch in episode 2494.
  • Fenwick la Touche (performed by Richard Hunt) - He was a contestant on the game show "What's Prairie's Problem?" in episode 2484.
  • Flo (performed by Fran Brill) - She accompanies Grover on a hike in the mountains in the "Sesame Street" video "Sing-Along Earth Songs."
  • Fran (performed by Fran Brill) - She works as a crew member of "The Alphabet Roadshow" in Episode 4125.
  • Frances Oznowicz (performed by Frank Oz) - An elderly lady who appeared as a contestant in the game show "The Addition Game". She is named after Frank Oz's mother.
  • Frazzletone Singer - A monster who is a member of the Frazzletones as seen in episode 1157.
  • George (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He sings the "Two G Sounds" with Grover in episode 695.
  • Georgie - He helps to look for the Sesame Street sign in Episode 3699.
  • Glo (performed by Camille Bonora)
  • Griotte from 5 Rue Sesame (performed by Evelyne Scheigam)
  • Harvey Kneeslapper's Lavender Victim (performed by Richard Hunt) - He was a victim of Harvey Kneeslapper's 1 prank in Episode 2623.
  • Herbert Birdsfoot (performed by Jerry Nelson)
  • Herbert Hare (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - The husband of Harriet Hare who appeared in the "Alphabet Chat" sketch in Episode 3195.
  • "Home to Me" City Boy - A boy who lived in the city and sang this song in episode 2122.
  • "Home to Me" Jungle Girl - A girl who lived in the jungle and sang this song in episode 2122.
  • Howie the Rabbit (performed by Fran Brill) - A rabbit who complimented Cookie Monster's poem in Episode 273.
  • Ida Normer (performed by Lisa Buckley) - A girl from Kansas who was a contestant in "The Crying Game"
  • Ilsa (performed by Camille Bonora) - She was featured in the "Great Movie Classics'" version of Casablanca and is a spoof of Ingrid Bergman's character from the film.
  • "I'm a Baby" Lead Singer (performed by Kathryn Mullen)
  • Itchy the Dwarf (performed by Carmen Osbahr) - He was featured as a member of the Seven Dwarfs in episode 4114.
  • J Friend (performed by Fran Brill) - A member of the J Friends as seen in episode 527.
  • Jack (performed by Richard Hunt) - The Jack from Jack and the Beanstalk that appeared in the "Sesame Street News Flash" segment in episode 2617 telling Kermit the Frog not to go up the beanstalk.
  • Jack - This Jack from Jack and Jill appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in episode 1071 where he wanted someone to go up the hill with him.
  • Japanese Emperor (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He appeared in the story "The Mystery of the Four Dragons" in episode 299.
  • Jeffy (voiced by Jeff Moss) - A boy who sang the song "I'm Going to Get a Haircut" in episode 2847.
  • Jerome (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A boy who moved to Sesame Street in episode 3656.
  • Juanita (voiced by Sonia Manzano) - A Spanish-speaking girl who appeared in episode 815.
  • Judy -
  • Jumpin' Jack Rabbit (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He is based on the Hare from The Tortoise and the Hare. Jumpin' Jack Rabbit appeared in episode 676 where he was competing against the Tortoise.
  • June Moon (performed by Fran Brill) - She is a member of "RSI: Rhyme Scene Investigation" (a parody of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation) in episode 4135.
  • King (performed by Frank Oz) - This king is from the story "The King and the Fireman" as seen in episode 278.
  • Kurt (performed by Tyler Bunch)
  • Ladyfinger - A female villain in the "Cookie's Crumby Pictures" movie "The Spy Who Loved Cookies" as seen in episode 4401.
  • Larry Rhymie (performed by Richard Hunt and Frank Oz) - A member of The Rhymies.
  • Lavender Alphabeat (voiced by Jeff Moss) - A member of "Little Chrissy and the Alphabeats."
  • Lavender Monotone - A member of "Little Jerry and the Monotones."
  • Leslie Mostly (performed by Michael Earl) - She was the host of "The Leslie Mostly Show."
  • Little Bo Peep (performed by Fran Brill) - This version was a normal Lavendar Anything Muppet.
  • Little Miss Muffet (performed by Jerry Nelson and Camille Bonora)
  • Liza (voiced by Rita Moreno) - She is the husband of Henry where she appears in the "There's a Hole in the Bucket" song in episode 948.
  • Loretta (performed by Camille Bonora, Louise Gold, and Alice Dinnean) - She is one of Kingston Livingston III's friends.
  • Margaret - A cat owner who was featured in the "Women Can Be" song in episode 1065.
  • Maria (performed by Louise Gold) - She was featured in the "Monsterpiece Theater" sketch "Inside/Outside Story" in episode 3111.
  • Marshal Earp (voiced by Marilyn Sokol) - She is a marshal that appeared in an Old West sketch in episode 675.
  • Martha (performed by M. Elizabeth Houston) - She was featured in the "School in the Afternoon" segments in episode 2494.
  • Mick Swagger (voiced by Christopher Cerf) - He sang "(I Can't Get No) Co-Operation" (a parody of (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction) with the Cobblestones in episode 1781. He is a parody of Mick Jagger.
  • Middle Singer (voiced by Joe Raposo)
  • Miss M (voiced by Ivy Austin) - She sang the song "You Gotta Have M" in episode 2837. Miss M is a parody of Bette Midler.
  • Moo Wave Guitarist - A member of "How Now Brown and the Moo Waves."
  • Mr. Between (performed by Dave Goelz) - He enjoys being in between things as seen in episode 3091.
  • Mr. Referee (performed by Tyler Bunch) - A soccer referee who appeared in the "Sesame Street" video production "Count on Sports."
  • Ms. Barrett (performed by Leslie Carrara-Rudolph) - A poet who appears in the "Sons of Poety" sketch (a parody of Sons of Anarchy) in episode 4405. She is a spoof of Elizabeth Browning.
  • Ms. Carpenter (performed by Fran Brill) - She appeared in a "Here Is Your Life" sketch in episode 2859 where she helped to build 2102 Shady Lane.
  • Ms. Scarlett (performed by Camille Bonora) - A frog who appeared with Kermit the Frog in the "Monsterpiece Theater" version of "Gone with the Wind" in episode 2455 and is a parody of Scarlett O'Hara.
  • Next Generation Doctor (performed by Camille Bonora) - She is a spoof of Gates McFadden's character Dr. Beverly Crusher from Star Trek: The Next Generation who appears in the "Spaceship Surprise: The Next Generation" segments.
  • Numberella (performed by Fran Brill) - A number-themed parody of Cinderella who appeared in the "Numberella Story" in episode 3073.
  • Nurse (performed by Fran Brill)
  • "One Banana" Lead Singer (performed by Jim Henson) - He sang "One Banana" in episode 2606.
  • Pinocchio (performed by Frank Oz) - He appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in episode 878.
  • Piper Piper (performed by Jerry Nelson) - The sister of Peter Piper who appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" in episode 1563.
  • Plumber (performed by Richard Hunt)
  • Polly Darton (performed by Fran Brill) - She is a parody of Dolly Parton.
  • Princess Geraldine (performed by Fran Brill) - The daughter of King Gerry the Generous who appeared in the story "The King's Apples" which was read by Bob in episode 2787.
  • Professor Nucleus Von Fission (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He appeared in the "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch revolving around the Six Dollar Man as seen in episode 1115.
  • Proud the Dwarf (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - He appeared as a member of the Seven Emotional Dwarfs in episode 2787.
  • Quinn (performed by Fran Brill)
  • Rapunzel (performed by Jerry Nelson) - This version of Rapunzel appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" segment in episode 692.
  • Rita Rucci (performed by Fran Brill) - She appeared in the "Here Is Your Life" sketch in episode 2292 where she had designed the Sneaker.
  • Rosemary (performed by Frank Oz) - A purple monster whom Grover had spread Herry Monster's alphabet secret to.
  • Roxie Marie (performed by Fran Brill) - She is the nephew of Biff.
  • Royal Fiddler #2 (performed by Frank Oz)
  • Saddler (performed by Kevin Clash)
  • Sammy the Snake (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A snake who sang his self-titled song in episode 278.
  • The School Game Hostess (Unknown Performer)- She assists Guy Smiley into hosting "The School Game" in episode 2282.
  • Scuba Diver (Unknown Performer) - He is one of the contestants in the game show "Where Do I Belong" in episode 2486.
  • Sensitive-Nose the Dwarf (performed by Ryan Dillon) - He appearedas a member of the Seven Dwarfs in episode 4114.
  • Sergeant Thursday (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He is a parody of Sergeant Joe Friday from Dragnet.
  • Sir Rodney (voiced by Martin P. Robinson) - The husband of Lady Agatha who appeared in the "Mysterious Theater" segment "The Case of the Missing Cat" in episode 2622.
  • Sissy (performed by Alice Dinnean)
  • Sleeping Beauty (performed by Jerry Nelson, Fran Brill, and Leslie Carrara-Rudolph) - She was featured in episode 713 where a kiss from Prince Charming transforms her into a frog who falls in love with Kermit the Frog. In episode 3777, Sleeping Beauty was unknowingly put to sleep by Prince Charming (portrayed by Bert). In Episode 4109, an energetic Sleeping Beauty appears in a Healthy Storybook Moment.
  • Smart Tina (voiced by Sonia Manzano) - She is a student at Roosevelt Franklin Elementary School.
  • Snookie the Dwarf - He appeared as a member of the Six Dwarfs in episode 279.
  • Sophie (performed by Carmen Osbahr) - A Spanish-speaking girl who appeared with Enzo in episode 4127.
  • "Surprise!" Lead Singer (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A hippie who is the lead singer in the song "Surprise" in episode 268.
  • Susie (performed by Frank Oz) - She alongside Billy, Maurice, and Tommy sang the song "Just Around the Corner" in episode 1133.
  • Tarnish Brother (performed by Richard Hunt and Brian Muehl) - A member of the Tarnish Brothers.
  • Tarzan -
  • Teacher (performed by Jerry Nelson)
  • The Beetles' Bassist, Drummer and Keyboardist (voiced by Christopher Cerf and Paul Jacobs)
  • The City Mouse (performed by Frank Oz) - A cousin of the Country Mouse as seen in episode 349.
  • The Grand Royal Square Lover's Assistant (performed by Jerry Nelson) - The assistant of The Grand Royal Square Lover as seen in episode 3116.
  • The Hare (performed by Jerry Nelson) - This Hare was from the story The Tortoise and the Hare who appeared in episode 636.
  • The Lady in the Fancy Bathrobe (performed by Leslie Carrara-Rudolph) - She was featured in the "Elmo: The Musical" episode "Detective: The Musical" in episode 4318.
  • The Little Girl in "The Question Song" (performed by Fran Brill) - She sang "The Question Song" in episode 2269.
  • The Royal Drummer (performed by Richard Hunt)
  • Tessie Twiddlebug (performed by Frank Oz) -
  • The Young Man Who Lived in a Glove (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He appears in episode 1050 as the neighbor of The Old Woman Who Lives in a Shoe.
  • Tommy and Sally Wilson (performed by Noel MacNeal and Pam Arciero) - A brother and Sister appeared in a "Here Is Your Life" sketch in episode 2859 where they grew up in 2102 Shady Lane.
  • Umeko (performed by Camille Bonora) - She appeared in the "Umeko and Kuwa" story as seen in episode 2459.
  • Weatherman (performed by Richard Hunt) - He appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in episode 693.
  • Wicked Witch (performed by Jerry Nelson) - She appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in episode 685 and is a spoof of the Evil Queen from Snow White.

Large Lavender Live Hand

There was also a live-hand variant of the Lavender Anything Muppets that appeared more than the other Anything Muppet live-hand variants. The following Lavender Anything Muppets are in this category:

  • Aladdin (performed by Frank Oz) - He appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in episode 927.
  • Amazing Al (performed by Joey Mazzarino) - A TV personality who was the host of "The Amazing Alphabet Race" (a spoof of The Amazing Race).
  • Aunt Edna (performed by Julianne Buescher) - She appeared in a "Super Grover" sketch in episode 3133.
  • Bad Bart (performed by Jim Henson) - An angry and mean but harmless cowboy that appeared in the "Old West" sketches in Season Five.
  • Barber (performed by Frank Oz) - He sang the song "Long Time, No See" in episode 2648.
  • Biff (performed by Jerry Nelson) -
  • Big Bo Peep - The brother of Little Bo Peep who appeared in episode 3099 where Elmo helps him find his lost sheep.
  • Bushman Bill (performed by Brian Muehl) - A wild-haired disc jockey who hosts the radio show who is the host of the radio program "The Hit Parade" as seen in episode 2256. He introduced the number one hit "D Duah Duah" by Didi O'Day and the Dew Drops." His voice, named, and occupation are references to Wolfman Jack.
  • Captain Schnook - A pirate captain who alongside his first mate Mr. Schneeze appeared in episode 3069. It turned out near the end of the episode where they were pretending to be pirates for Schnook is a used car salesman and Schneeze is an accountant. Captain Schnook is a parody of Captain Hook.
  • Captain Vegetable (Richard Hunt's portrayal) - A rabbit superhero. This is the version of the character that Richard Hunt had performed.
  • Count von Count (performed by Jerry Nelson) -
  • Count von Count's Brother - He made a brief appearance in the song "How Deep is Your Bathtub" in episode 3105.
  • Count von Count's Mother - She made a brief appearance in the song "How Deep is Your Bathtub" in episode 3105.
  • Count von Count's Grandparents (performed by Richard Hunt and Camille Bonora) - Count von Count's grandfather and grandmother who sang "Counting on the Weather" with Count von Count in Episode 2624.
  • Countess Dahling von Dahling (performed by Fran Brill) - She is one of the lady friends of Count von Count.
  • Countess von Backwards (performed by Camille Bonora) - She is one of the lady friends of Count von Count. She is fascinated with counting backwards.
  • Dalia (performed by Stephanie D'Abruzzo) - A librarian who is featured in the Sesame Street Beginnings: Talk, Read, and Write.
  • Dani's Doctor (performed by Kevin Clash) - He was featured in the video A is for Asthma.
  • Dr. No (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - An eye specialist who is visited by James Bond in a "Masterpiece Theater" sketch.
  • Dr. Nobel Price (performed by Brian Muehl in 1979-1984, Kevin Clash in 1984-1988) - An inventor whose inventions are either of no use or have already been invented. His name is a pun on Nobel Prize.
  • Duane - The husband of Ingrid who met Maria and Luis on a camping trip as seen in episodes 2487, 2488, and 2490.
  • Easter Bunny (performed by Richard Hunt) - He appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in episode 777.
  • Farley (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He appeared in the video "Rock & Roll!"
  • Forgetful Jones (performed by Michael Earl Davis and Richard Hunt) -
  • Forgetful Jones' Cousin (performed by Cheryl Blaylock) - The cousin of Forgetful Jones who is also forgetful.
  • Forgetful Jones' Father (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - The father of Forgetful Jones that appeared in the show "This Is Your Story" with the episode revolving around Forgetful Jones.
  • Forgetful Jones' Mother (performed by Cheryl Blaylock) - The mother of Forgetful Jones that appeared in the show "This Is Your Story" with the episode revolving around Forgetful Jones.
  • Forgettinest Jones (performed by Richard Hunt) - The great-grandfather of Forgetful Jones. He was in "The Story of Forgettinest Jones or How Take a Cowboy/Cowgirl to Lunch Day Began" which was read by Luis in episode 2505.
  • Goldilocks (performed by Camille Bonora, Alice Dinnean, Jennifer Barnhardt, and Leslie Carrara-Rudolph) -
  • Granny Fanny Nesselrode (performed by Caroll Spinney in normal appearances, Jim Henson in episode 406) - An old lady that was featured in Season 2 and Season 3. She often serves as the "Answer Lady" where she attempts to solve the viewer's problems.
  • Harvey Kneeslapper (performed by Frank Oz and Matt Vogel) -
  • Headline Howie (performed by Richard Hunt) - A newspaper journalist who appeared in episode 796.
  • Henry (performed by Jim Henson) - A farmer who appears in the song "There's a Hole in My Bucket" in episode 948.
  • Japanese Storyteller (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He told stories in the "Japanese Stories" sketch.
  • Jascha Lombardi (performed by Frank Oz) - The conductor of the Jascha Lombardi Orchestra for Guy Smiley's "The Weather Show" in episode 337. His first name is taken from musician Jascha Heifetz
  • Joe Marley - A delivery boy for the Scaredy Pants Delivery Service that appears in A Sesame Street Christmas Carol.
  • Kate Pierson Muppet (performed by Kevin Clash, voiced by Stephanie D'Abruzzo) - She was the back-up singer for R.E.M.'s song "Furry Happy Monsters" (a spoof of Shiny Happy People) in episode 3844.
  • King Gerry the Generous (performed by Jim Henson) - The titular character of the story "The King's Apples" which was read by Bob in episode 2787.
  • King Kenny the Kind (performed by Frank Oz) - He appeared in the story "Katie and the King" which was read by Olivia.
  • Lady Two (performed by Fran Brill) - She sings the song "Two for Two" with Count von Count.
  • Librarian (performed by Richard Hunt) - He appeared in episode 897 where he tells Cookie Monster that the library doesn't have cookies.
  • Letter Carrier (voiced by Camille Bonora and Stephanie D'Abruzzo)
  • Little Bo Peep - This is the Large Lavendar Live-Hand version of the character.
  • Little Miss Muffet (performed by Frank Oz) - This was the version of Little Miss Muffet that appeared in "The Miss Muffet Play" in episode 280.
  • Madame Schwartzhead (performed by Richard Hunt in the first appearance, voiced by Marilyn Sokol in second appearance) - An opera singer.
  • Marshal McClean (performed by Jim Henson) - He appeared in the song "The Dirtiest Town in the West" in episode 2605.
  • Marty (performed by Jerry Nelson) - This version of the character appeared in the song "Has Anybody Seen My Dog"
  • Marv - A deliveryman who alongside Jolene appeared in Episode 2727 where they deliver books to Linda's library.
  • Marvin #1 (performed by Jim Henson) - This version is the owner of a music store called Marvin's Music City as seen in Episode 681.
  • Marvin #2 (performed by Brian Muehl) - A talent agent.
  • Mary Mary Quite Contrary (voiced by Stephanie D'Abruzzo) - She appeared in episode 4198 where she tried build her garden around Oscar the Grouch's trash can.
  • Maurice (performed by Jim Henson) - A hapless Casanova who sings the song "I Want to Hold Your Ear" in episode 597.
  • Miss Vicki (performed by Fran Brill) - She works at Tiny Tim's Uke Repair as seen in episode 4069.
  • Mother Goose (performed by Frank Oz) -
  • Mr. Can You Guess (performed by Tyler Bunch) - A game show host that is the third game show host featured since Guy Smiley and Sonny Friendly.
  • Mr. Chatterly (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He is the host of the "Alphabet Chat" sketches.
  • Mr. Jerry (performed by David Stephens, voiced by Jerry Nelson) - He appeared in the special Families Stand Together and is a caricature of Jerry Nelson.
  • Mrs. Balinski - An old lady who appeared in episode 1285.
  • Mrs. Altuna Rooney (performed by Frank Oz) - A woman from the fictional town of Fishville, Mississippi who appeared on Guy Smiley's game show "Mystery Mix-Up Game" in episode 1446.
  • Old King Cole (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" in episode 1129.
  • Old Mother Hubbard - This was the version of the character that appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in episode 696.
  • Pat Playjacks (performed by Jim Henson) - He is the host of "Squeal of Fortune" (a spoof of Wheel of Fortune) in episode 2579. He is a spoof of Pat Sajak.
  • Pedro (performed by Joey Mazzarino) - A prince that appeared in a Spanish fairy tale "No Me Gusta" which was read by Carlo which was read in episode 3438. He only knew how to say "No Me Gusta" until Carlo taught him how to say "Me Gusta."
  • Phil Harmonic (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He is the host of Nestropolitan Opera's "Live From the Nest" opera series. His name is a play on "philharmonic."
  • Pizzeria Dos Workers (performed by Kevin Clash and Martin P. Robinson) - Two people that worked at Pizzeria Dios (a pizzeria that sells two of everything) as seen in episode 2881.
  • Prince Charming (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - This is the version of Prince Charming that was seen in episode 3542.
  • Queen Olivia (performed by Fran Brill) - The wife of King Oliver who appeared in "The Kingdom of O" story which was narrated by Jim Martin.
  • Queen Quinella (performed by Julianne Buescher) - The wife of King Goodheart and the mother of Prince Firstly and Princess Azalea who appeared in the video A New Baby in My House.
  • Rocky's Mother (performed by Frank Oz) - The mother of Rocky who appears in the song "Cry" as seen in episode 1107.
  • Rodeo Rosie (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A cowgirl who appeared in Season 6.
  • Sally Screamer (performed by Frank Oz) - She was a contestant on the game show "The Trading Game" as seen in episode 279.
  • Sam (performed by Kevin Clash) - He appears in the Direct-to-Video called "Getting Ready to Read."
  • Sam the General Store Owner (performed by Jim Henson) - A shopkeeper who is often baffled by the Busby Twins.
  • Samuel Snively (performed by Frank Oz) - A super shapes salesman that works for the Snidley Super Shapes Company of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
  • Sandy (performed by Fran Brill) - She appeared in episode 4013 during the remake of the "Captain Vegetable" song.
  • Showered Rosell (performed by Jim Henson) - A sports commentator for "Sesame Street Sports" who announces at Roosevelt Franklin's head ball games in episode 986. He is a parody of Howard Cosell.
  • Sidney (Unknown Performer) - He appeared in episode 2755.
  • Sinister Sam (performed by Jim Henson) - A mean-looking but harmless cowboy who appears in several "Old West" sketches.
  • Sissy (Unknown Performer) - Sonny Friendly's sister who appeared in episode 3745.
  • Smilin' Jack (performed by Frank Oz) - A quick-talking hat salesman who appears in episode 355.
  • Snow White (performed by Frank Oz) - She appeared in episode 279 where she accidentally arrives at the house of the Six Dwarfs.
  • Sonny Friendly (performed by Richard Hunt in 1986-1992, David Rudman in 1992-2000) -
  • Sparky (performed by David Rudman) - A stuntman who appeared as Richard Belzer's stuntman in Elmopalooza.
  • Star White - She is the cousin of Snow White who is featured in her story read by Ruthie in episode 3265.
  • T-Shirt Salesman (performed by Frank Oz) - He worked at "The Wonderful World of T-Shirts" as seen in episode 2403 where Kermit the Frog goes to him to see if his personal "Kermit the Frog" T-Shirt has come in.
  • The Amazing Mumford (performed by Jerry Nelson) -
  • "The Ballard of Slippery Sam" Balladeer - He sang "The Ballard of Slippery Sam" in episode 3073.
  • The King of Reading and Writing (performed by Steve Whitmire) - An Elvis Presley-like Muppet who appeared in the video "Talk, Read, Write."
  • The Royal Lackey (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in episode 671.
  • Tina (performed by Tracie Mick) - She was a contestant of the Annual Triangle Toss as seen in episode 4167
  • Tom Piper's Son - He appeared in episode 3112 where he is interrogated by Colambo for information on a missing pig.
  • Tough Eddie (performed by Jerry Nelson in most appearances, Richard Hunt in some 1980s appearances) - An apparently tough guy who turns out to have a heart of gold.
  • Uncle Ned (Unknown Performer) - The uncle of Forgetful Jones that appeared in the show "This Is Your Story" with the episode revolving around Forgetful Jones.
  • Vivian (performed by Fran Brill) - She is the star of the soap opera "All My Letters" as seen in episode 2362.
  • Wyoming Walt (performed by Matt Vogel) - An adventurer who appeared in episode 4161 where he was looking for the Golden Pentagon of Destiny. He is a parody of Indiana Jones.

Orange Gold

The Orange Gold are yellowish Anything Muppets with a large jaw. While Fat Blue or Lavender heads could be attached to different bodies and the features were completely interchangeable, many of the Orange Gold variations feature the same type of face (including a pointy nose), arms, and body with only the eyes, hair, and accessories altered. Among the Orange Gold Anything Muppets are:

Orange Gold Live Hand

Since the 1980s-1990s, a live-hand variant of the Orange Gold Anything Muppets have been used. The following Orange Gold Anything Muppets are in this category:

Brown

  • Brown Kitty Cow Wrestler (performed by Matt Vogel) - He and the Orange Kitty Cow Wrestler appeared in the "Elmo: The Musical" episode "Cowboy: The Musical" in episode 4313.
  • Kingston Livingston III (performed by Kevin Clash)
  • Sergeant Gabriel (performed by Kevin Clash)

Large Orange Live Hand

This variation of the Anything Muppet has not been officially named yet:

  • Charmin (performed by Louise Gold) - She sang a spoof of "Habanera".
  • Dani (performed by Gabriel Velez) - An asthmatic boy that was featured in the video "A is for Asthma."
  • "Dentist of Seville" Dentist - She was featured in Placido Flamingo's "Dentist of Seville" opera in episode 2789.
  • Diva D'Abruzzo (performed by Stephanie D'Abruzzo) - An opera singer who appeared in the "Elmo's World" episode "Singing" in episode 3851. She is named after Stephanie D'Abruzzo.
  • Dr. Edwynn (performed by David Rudman) - Count von Count's doctor. His name, voice, and caricature are based on Ed Wynn.
  • Emagene - A post woman who appeared in episode 3683.
  • Guntag Gelman-Jones (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A flea trainer who appeared in episode 3275. He is a spoof of Gunther Gebel-Williams.
  • Hansel (performed by Peter Linz, Heather Asch, and Matt Vogel)
  • I.C. DeForrest (performed by Fran Brill) - An author who appeared in a "Here Is Your Life" segment where she adapted the Little Red Riding Hood story into the Storybook.
  • King Fred (performed by Joey Mazzarino) - He is the father of the Princess in CinderElmo.
  • King Oliver - He and his wife Queen Olivia appeared in "The Kingdom of O" story.
  • Laundromat Manager (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - He was the head of a laundromat who Elmo visited in The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland.
  • Long Jane Silver (performed by Camille Bonora) - A female counterpart to Long John Silver who appeared in episode 3033.
  • Mister Geppetto (performed by Matt Vogel) - He appeared in the "Elmo's World" episode "Noses" in episode 4143 where Elmo envisions himself as Pinocchio.
  • Mo (voiced by Steve Whitmire) - He appeared in the Direct-To-Video special Bert & Ernie's Wordplay.
  • Murray the Mediocre (performed by Joey Mazzarino) - A magician who appeared in the video "A Magical Halloween Adventure."
  • Noel Cowherd (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A cowboy who appeared occasionally in the "Old West" sketches. He is a parody of Noel Coward while his design, voice, and persona are reminiscent of Gabby Hayes.
  • "Once Is Not Enough" Father (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - He was featured in the "Once Is Not Enough" song in episode 2921.
  • Sir John Feelgood (performed by Jerry Nelson) - An actor who loves teaching people how to pretend. His name is a reference to John Gielgud.
  • Super Nanny (performed by Louise Gold) - A super-powered nanny that appeared in episode 3122.
  • Suspension Act Magician - He appeared in episode 3871.
  • The Grand Royal Square Lover (performed by Louise Gold) - The leader of the Square Lovers.
  • "The Most Important Meal of the Day" Chef (performed by Julianne Buescher) - She was featured in "The Most Important Meal of the Day" song in episode 3240.
  • "The Sneeze Song" Back-Up Singer - One of the backup singers that helped Ruth to sing a remake of "The Sneeze Song" in episode 3845.

Large Pink Live Hand

This variation of the Anything Muppets has not been officially named yet:

Hot Pink

The Hot Pink is one of the smaller Anything Muppet variations. Among the Hot Pink Anything Muppets are:

  • Andy (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He is one of the main protagonists in the "Captain Vegetable" segments.
  • Betty Lou (performed by Fran Brill, Jim Henson, Lisa Buckley in 1993–present, Frank Oz in episode 67, voiced by Marilyn Sokol in Episode 808 and 810)
  • Billy (performed by Jim Henson) - A pink monster who appeared in a number of sketches in the first few years.
  • Bruce Rumpelstiltskin (performed by Frank Oz) - He appeared in episode 724 during a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch.
  • Bud (performed by David Rudman) - He appeared in the "True Mud" sketch (a parody of True Blood) and is a spoof of William Sanderson's character Sheriff Bud Dearborne.
  • Charlie (performed by Frank Oz, Jerry Nelson, and Jim Henson) - A young boy who appeared during the early 1970s.
  • Cheerful the Dwarf (performed by Richard Hunt) - He appeared as a member of the Seven Emotional Dwarfs in episode 2787.
  • Freddy Smith (performed by Jim Henson) - A young boy who appeared in a "Super Grover" sketch in episode 3006. where Super Grover tries to get him through a fence.
  • Harold Happy (performed by Jim Henson) - The sister of Helen Happy and the grandson of Grandma Happy.
  • Helen Happy (performed by Frank Oz) - The brother of Harold Happy and the grandson of Grandma Happy.
  • Hubert the Human Cannonball (performed by Matt Vogel) -
  • Jimmy (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He appears in the song "Things Are Always Changin" in episode 3035.
  • Junior (performed by Fran Brill) - A "junior reporter" who hosts the events of "The Thpfft Championship" in episode 3779.
  • Little Red Riding Hood (performed by Richard Hunt and Fran Brill) - This is the version that appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in episodes 691 and 2503.
  • Lucy Jones (performed by Frank Oz) - She was a contestant on "Pick Your Pet" in episode 67.
  • Mary-Biff - She is Biff's baby daughter who appears in episode 2608.
  • Parker Piper (performed by Frank Oz) - The cousin of Peter Piper who appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" in episode 1563.
  • Pickles - He is the pet of Frazzle in episode 3156.
  • Pink Alphabeat (performed by Jerry Nelson)
  • Prairie Dawn (performed by Fran Brill)
  • Princess - She appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" in episode 952.
  • Princess Azalea - The newborn daughter of King Goodheart and Queen Quinella and the younger sister of Prince Firstly. She was featured in the video A New Baby in the House.
  • Princess Katie (performed by Cheryl Blaylock) - She is the daughter of King Kenny the King as seen in the "Katie and the King" story.
  • Ready Betty (performed by Alice Dinnean) - She was featured in the resource video Happy, Healthy, Ready for School where she helps Ready Eddie and Ready Stan teach Elmo on how to get ready for the First Day of School.
  • Rosa (performed by Pam Arciero) - A child who was a contestant on Guy Smiley's "The School Game" in episode 2282.
  • "Rosh Hashanah Hannah" Host - She was featured in The Sticky Shofar video from the revived Shalom Street. She is a spoof of Miley Cyrus's character Hannah Montana.
  • SMV Host - A VJ who appeared in the "Wet Paint" song by How Now Brown and the Moo Wave as seen in episode 2847.
  • Sparky the Dwarf (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He appeared as a member of the Six Dwarfs in episode 279.
  • Surprised the Dwarf (performed by Jim Martin) - He appeared as a member of the Seven Emotional Dwarfs in episode 2787.
  • The Busby Twins (performed by Jerry Nelson and Frank Oz) - Joe and Moe Busby are two twins who appeared in the 1970s.
  • The Smallest Person in the Kingdom (performed by Frank Oz) - She was featured in "The King's Problem" story in episode 407.
  • Three Little Pigs (performed by David Rudman, Kevin Clash, Frank Oz, Joey Mazzarino, Jerry Nelson, Martin P. Robinson, Eric Jacobson, Richard Hunt, Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Steve Whitmire, Lisa Buckley, Tyler Bunch, James Kroupa, and Noel MacNeal)
  • Willy Nilly (performed by Richard Hunt) - He was featured in a Super Grover sketch in episode 717 where Super Grover teaches him how haircuts don't hurt.
  • Young George Washington (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A Muppet version of young George Washington who appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in episode 1060 where he was cutting down a lot of cherry trees.
  • Worthington (Unknown Performer) - He appeared with Bob in the "Like/Dislike" song in episode 1020.
  • Xavier (performed by Jerry Nelson) - He appeared in episode 406 where he announces his name when the cast recites the alphabet.
  • Various Little Kids

Reddish-Magenta

The Reddish-Magenta is one of the smaller Anything Muppet variations. Among the Reddish-Magenta Anything Muppets are:

  • Beginning (performed by Jim Henson) - An Anything Muppet that was used by Betty Lou to represent the beginning.
  • Carlos (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A Hispanic boy who appears in the song "Amigo" in episode 2496 where he teaches Betty Lou some Spanish words.
  • "Consider Yourself" Girl (performed by Frank Oz)
  • Fearful the Dwarf (performed by David Rudman) - He appeared in episode 2787 as a member of the Seven Emotional Dwarfs.
  • "Five People in My Family" Sister (performed by Caroll Spinney)
  • Harriet Hare (performed by Louise Gold) - The wife of Herbert Hare who appeared on "Alphabet Chat" in episode 3195.
  • "I Am a Fine Musician" Piccolo Player (voiced by Loretta Long) - She was featured in the song "I Am a Fine Muscian" in episode 10.
  • Mahna Mahna (performed by Jim Henson) - This version is much different from the Mahna Mahna from The Muppet Show as it was an earlier variation of Bip Bippadotta.
  • Roosevelt Franklin (voiced by Matt Robinson) -
  • Timmy (performed by Kevin Clash) - He was a child contestant on Guy Smiley's "The School Game" in episodee 2282.
  • Tina Twiddlebug (performed by Jerry Nelson) -
  • Various Little Kids

Small Orange

The Small Orange is one of the smaller Anything Muppet variations. Among the Small Orange Anything Muppets are:

  • Baby Bobby (performed by Richard Hunt) - A baby from Bigumton who appeared as a contestant on the game show "To Tell a Face" in episode 2125.
  • Baby Breeze (voiced by Northern Calloway) - He is a student in the "Roosevelt Franklin Elementary School" segments.
  • Bip Bipadotta (performed by Jim Henson) - This version was seen in the 1970s.
  • Dicky Tick (performed by Martin P. Robinson) - He has hosted "Lifestyles of the Big and Little" in episode 2580 and "Dicky Tick's In, On, and Under" in episode 2970 (where he was seen with a pink nose). He is a spoof of Robin Leach.
  • Eddie (performed by Richard Hunt) - He appears in the "Captain Vegetable" song in episode 2538 where Captain Vegetable convinces him to have carrots and celery instead of spaghetti and meatballs.
  • Ernestine (performed by Kevin Clash) - Ernie's Cousin.
  • Genie (performed by Jim Henson in episode 764, Jerry Nelson in Episode 927) - He was seen in "The Monster's Wishes" story in episode 764. He later appeared in a "Sesame Street News Flash" sketch in episode 927.
  • Judy Finstermacher (performed by Bob Payne) - She appeared in a Super Grover sketch in episode 2173 where Super Grover helps her get her groceries home after the bag they were in broke.
  • Lynn-Lynn (performed by M. Elizabeth Houston) - She was a student contestant on Guy Smiley's "The School Game" in episode 2282.
  • Nora Nicks (performed by Fran Brill) - She is the host of NTV where she introduced "The Letter N" song in episode 2489. She was later seen in episode 2888 where she appeared at the Fix-It Shop after Big Bird and Maria were watching NTV.
  • Princess Cutie (performed by Fran Brill) - She was the daughter of the King in the "Cutie and the Beast" story in episode 233.
  • Rocky (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A baby who sings the song "Cry" in episode 1107.
  • Same Sound Brown (voiced by Northern Calloway) - He was featured in a story told by Roosevelt Franklin in episode 534 where he helps King Morty Moot Mope find a rhyme for his name. He later appears in Episode 1115 where he helps Farley to read.
  • Timmy Twiddlebug (performed by Richard Hunt) -
  • Tito (performed by Joey Mazzarino) - A bat from Tierra Del Fuego who is owned by Count von Count. He helps Count von Count in the "Counting Backwards in Spanish" song in episode 3499. Tito is a parody of Tito Puente.
  • Walter (performed by Jerry Nelson) - A boy who joins Prairie Dawn in roaming around an old house in episode 298.
  • Various Little Kids

Small Light Green

The Small Light Green is one of the smaller Anything Muppet variations. Among the Small Light Green Anything Muppets are:

  • A.B.C.-more (performed by Joey Mazzarino) - A mischievous elf who hosts the Fairy Fly-Pad game A.B.C-more's "Elf-Abet Challenge" in the Sesame Street video Elmo's Alphabet Challenge.
  • Gus Hopper (performed by Joey Mazzarino) - A grasshopper who appeared in Episodes 3225 and 4087.
  • Jean the Genie (performed by Stephanie D'Abruzzo) - A culinary genie that appeared in the direct-to-video special Elmo's Magic Cookbook.
  • Meggy O'Riley - A baby who took part in "The Thpfft Championship" in episode 3779.
  • Murray (performed by Joey Mazzarino) - He is the member of the All Monsters and a Guy Named Murray Chorus as seen in episode 4116.
  • Troll (performed by Steve Whitmire) - He appeared in the video Bert & Ernie's Word Play.

Small Brown

The Small Brown is one of the smaller Anything Muppet variations. Among the Small Brown Anything Muppets are:

  • Baby Fats Domino (performed by Kevin Clash)- He is a parody of Fats Domino.
  • Shirley (performed by Kevin Clash, voiced by Chantylla Johnson) - She was known for her songs "I Love My Hair" (which was featured in episode 4218), "Change the World" (which was featured in episode 4266), and "Mi Encanta Mi Cabell"
  • Wendy Marco - A baby who took part in "The Thpfft Championship" in episode 3779.

Small Lavender

The Small Lavender is one of the smaller Anything Muppet variations. Among the Small Lavender Anything Muppets are:

  • Celeste (performed by Camille Bonora) - She appeared in a Super Grover sketch in Episode 3001 where Super Grover teaches her how to save energy.
  • Max (Unknown Performer) - He appeared as Goldilocks' reading buddy in episode 3768.
  • Sonny Friendly (performed by David Rudman) - This is the version of Sonny Friendly that was seen in episode 3911.
  • Yankee Doodle (Unknown Performer) - He appeared in episode 3125 where Telly and Gina work to get Yankee Doodle and her horse back together.
  • Various Little Kids
  • At Least One Bug

See also

  • List of characters in Sesame Street

Notes

External links

  • Anything Muppets at Muppet Wiki
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