Who Invented Elmo?

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Elmo is the name of a character form the children's television show, Sesame Street. Elmo is part of the Muppets puppets that were created by Jim Henson. Puppeteer Kevin Clash is credited with bringing the Elmo personality to life in the mid 1980s.
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The Elmo puppet was just a spare puppet laying around on the Sesame Street set. Elmo made his first appearance on Sesame Street in 1972, but wasn't a totally formed personality until
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Elmo evolved by several cast members of Sesame Street playing with a discarded red puppet.
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Elmo first appeared on Sesame Street in 1979, though he was known simply as Little
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Ultimately Jim Henson. Sesame Street staff writer Nancy Sans once described Elmo's origins: "There was this extra red puppet lying around and the cast would pick him up sometimes
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