Kermit the Frog
Kermit the Frog
Perhaps the most famous amphibian in show business, Kermit the Frog leapt into the public eye during the 1950s when his creator, Jim Henson, introduced the character on a daily five-minute television show in Washington, D.C. The gentle, diplomatic frog became one of the first prominent figures in the Muppet phenomenon and the endearing host of The Muppet Show. Today Kermit keeps hopping busy with guest appearances on Sesame Street and starring roles in a succession of Muppet movies. He has also recorded a hit song, "Bein' Green."
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