Heather Henson

Heather Beth Henson (born December 19, 1970, in New York City) is a contemporary puppet artist. She serves on The Jim Henson Company, The Jim Henson Legacy, and the Jim Henson Foundation Boards of Directors. She is also a Trustee of the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Connecticut.

Heather Henson was born in New York City, the youngest child of Jim (1936–1990) and Jane Henson (1934–2013). She has four siblings: Lisa Henson (born 1960), Cheryl Henson (born 1961), Brian Henson (born 1963), and John Henson (1965–2014)

She is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and attended the California Institute of the Arts. Her on-screen appearances include the Number Three Ball Film and The Muppets Take Manhattan, The Storyteller episode "Hans My Hedgehog," the role of Prince Kermit in The Frog Prince, as well as Frank Oz's film Little Shop of Horrors.

Heather is the owner of IBEX Puppetry which is an entertainment company dedicated to promoting the art of puppetry in all of its various mediums, including stage, cinema and gallery exhibitions. IBEX projects include Handmade Puppet Dreams, The Orlando Puppet Festival, The Puppet Slam Network and environmental spectacles including "Panther and Crane," a drama about preserving the Florida ecosystem in modern times.

This page was last edited on 14 March 2018, at 21:36.
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