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DEBUT 2005
DESIGN Ed Christie designer
  Rollie Krewson builder

Halum is a Bengal tiger from Sisimpur, the Bangladeshi co-production of Sesame Street.

He was included as a floral sculpture on a 2008 Tournament of Roses Parade float, along with other characters.

In 2008, Christie commented: "Bangladesh got a tiger in the Cookie Monster vein. It's furry and goofy looking, a tiger monster."[1]

Sesame Workshop description

Halum, a tiger, enjoys playing and laughing...even when things go wrong. He doesn't take himself too seriously. Halum, a nurturing character, is loving and helpful to all children. He tends to be emotional and sentimental, especially when it comes to his passion - the environment.

Sources

  1. "Christie builds puppets for the world, no strings attached", Sue Harrison, The Provincetown Banner and Advocate. December 4, 2008.
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