Kermit and Craig Ferguson


Ferguson's proclamation of honorary citizenship of Sesame Street, hung in the green room of The Late Late Show (photo by Seth Green)[1]

Craig Ferguson (b. 1962) was the host of The Late Late Show from 2005-2014. He is also known for his role as Mr. Wick on The Drew Carey Show and from the film The Big Tease. He appeared on Sesame Street in season 42.[2]

Kermit the Frog and Pepe the King Prawn were guests on the show on May 12, 2005, while Miss Piggy appeared on the show on August 2, 2007. Oscar the Grouch made a surprise appearance on September 18, 2007, in which he made Ferguson an honorary citizen of Sesame Street, presenting him a certificate drawn by Caroll Spinney.

Fozzie Bear made an uncredited surprise appearance in his show's cold open on June 2, 2009 alongside Denis Leary, and again at the very end, only to be told by Ferguson that his time was up, and that he would have to come back another time.

Ferguson's film work includes voicing Owl in Disney's 2011 film Winnie the Pooh, and Lord Macintosh in Pixar's Brave.


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