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Joey Mazzarino

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Nationality  American
Role  Puppeteer
Other names  Joseph Mazzarino
Spouse  Kerry Butler (m. 1997)
Years active  1989-present
Children  Segi Mazzarino
Name  Joey Mazzarino

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Full Name  Joseph Mazzarino
Born  June 4, 1968 (age 47) (1968-06-04) New York, U.S.
Occupation  Puppeteer, actor, writer, singer, voice artist, comedian
Awards  Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Song
Nominations  Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Song – Main Title and Promo
Movies and TV shows  Sesame Street, The Adventures of Elmo in, Kermit's Swamp Years, Muppets from Space, Blue's Room
Similar People  Kevin Clash, David Rudman, Martin P Robinson, Fran Brill, Leslie Carrara‑Rudolph

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Joseph "Joey" Mazzarino is an American puppeteer, writer, director and actor. He is best known for his roles on Sesame Street as Murray Monster, Stinky the Stinkweed and other Muppets. Mazzarino was also the head writer for the show from 2009 to 2015.


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When Mazzarino auditioned for Sesame Street, he wrote a sketch called "Colambo" and soon found himself cast in the title role. Since then, he has been a prominent member of the Sesame Street cast where he performs Horatio the Elephant, Murray Monster, Papa Bear, Stinky the Stinkweed, and various characters, until 2016 when he resigned.

Personal life

Mazzarino is married to actress Kerry Butler. They have two adoptive daughters, one named Segi for whom he wrote the Sesame Street song "I Love My Hair." The Muppet who sang the song was also named Segi.


  • Aliens in the Family – Spit (voice)
  • Big Bag – Chelli, Lyle the Sock
  • Blue's Room – Boogie Woogie, Roary, Sprinkles (season 2)
  • CityKids – Captain (Inside the Head)
  • Dog City – Artie Springer
  • Dragon Tales - Additional voices
  • Elmo's World – Big Foot (in "Elmo Has Two Hands Ears and Feet")
  • Journey to Ernie - The Mighty Joke Tree, Sammy (squirrel), Artist Walrus, Penguin (voice)
  • Muppet Time – Icky No–No, Kirby, one of the Frog Scouts
  • Nick Jr. - Flexy ("Little Big Room" segments)
  • Panwapa – Bill the Bug
  • Sesame Street – Murray Monster, Blögg ("Abby's Flying Fairy School" segments), Colambo, Horatio the Elephant, Ingrid, Joey Monkey, Merry Monster, Narf, Papa Bear, Stinky the Stinkweed, Two-Headed Monster (Left Head, 2001–2016), Zostic ("Super Morphin Mega Monsters" segments)
  • Sheep in the Big City – Dr. Oh-No-No-No, Frankie Von Fashion, Shrimpy the Shrimp Who Raps
  • The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss – Elwood the Jester (in "The King's Beard"), Lester McBird (in "Lester Leaps In")
  • Film

  • A Sesame Street Christmas Carol – Joe Marley, Joey Dickens
  • CinderElmo – King Fred
  • Elmo Saves Christmas – Lightning the Reindeer
  • Elmo Says BOO! - Joey Monkey, Sir Count-A-Lot
  • Elmo's Christmas Countdown – Papa Bear, Stan the Snowball
  • Elmopalooza – Horatio the Elephant
  • Ghost Town - Food Delivery Guy
  • Kermit's Swamp Years – Goggles the Toad, Joe the Armadillo, Turtle No. 1
  • Muppet Meeting Films – Gimley's Boss, Wesley, Franklin (2nd Time), Coffee Guy, Smerdley (2nd Time)
  • Muppet Sing-A-Long: Billy Bunny's Animal Songs – Frog, Gopher
  • Sesame Street Stays Up Late - MNN Logo Purple Monster
  • Sesame Street Jam: A Musical Celebration – Joey Monkey, Merry Monster
  • The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland – Bug
  • The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson – Additional Muppets
  • Crew work

  • Bear in the Big Blue House – Writer ("The Yard Sale" episode)
  • Elmo's Christmas Countdown – Writer
  • Elmopalooza – Writer
  • Julie's Greenroom - Director/Co-Producer
  • Kermit's Swamp Years – Screenplay Co-Writer
  • Muppets from Space – Screenplay Co-Writer
  • Sesame Street – Writer/Director
  • Sheep in the Big City – Writer
  • The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland – Screenplay Co-Writer
  • The Upside Down Show – Writer
  • References

    Joey Mazzarino Wikipedia

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