(The off-screen applause is pretty much a trademark of this character, not unlike the Count's thunderstorms.)
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'''Sir John Feelgood''' is a dramatic actor who loves teaching people how to pretend. He made his first appearance on ''[[Sesame Street]]'' in [[episode 3040]] ([[Season 24 (1992-1993)|Season 24]]).
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'''Sir John Feelgood''' is a dramatic actor who loves teaching people how to pretend. He made his first appearance on ''[[Sesame Street]]'' in [[episode 3040]] ([[Season 24 (1992-1993)|Season 24]]). His introductions and acting skills are often punctuated by an off-screen audience applauding.
   
 
The character is made from an orange live-hand [[Anything Muppets|Anything Muppet]]. His name is a reference to the noted [[William Shakespeare|Shakespeare]]an actor [[John Gielgud|Sir John Gielgud]].
 
The character is made from an orange live-hand [[Anything Muppets|Anything Muppet]]. His name is a reference to the noted [[William Shakespeare|Shakespeare]]an actor [[John Gielgud|Sir John Gielgud]].

Revision as of 23:24, April 14, 2019

SJF
PERFORMER Jerry Nelson
DEBUT 1992

Sir John Feelgood is a dramatic actor who loves teaching people how to pretend. He made his first appearance on Sesame Street in episode 3040 (Season 24). His introductions and acting skills are often punctuated by an off-screen audience applauding.

The character is made from an orange live-hand Anything Muppet. His name is a reference to the noted Shakespearean actor Sir John Gielgud.

Appearances

Stage credits

  • Animal Farm (pig)
  • Awake and Crow (rooster)
  • Bus Stop (bus)
  • A Chicken for All Seasons (chicken)
  • Come Back, Little Poochie (Pekinese dog)
  • Doggy Day Afternoon (dog)
  • Moo-Struck (lovesick cow)
  • They Tickle Horses, Don't They? (horse)
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