Premiere 1969, Sesame Street has been entertaining and educating children for almost 40 years. Sesame Street, which played a role in Jim Henson’s famous Muppets, Sesame Street, made names for Big Bird and Cookie Monster. Since its debut, Sesame Street has constantly added new characters as she retires.
Big Bird was one of Sesame Street’s first characters, debuting on its first episode in 1969. Big Bird lives in an oversized nest on Sesame Street. Among Big Bird’s many talents is his ability to make others feel better about not having all the answers because he often finds himself asking others on Sesame Street for help.
Grover is a furry, blue monster with an overactive imagination. Over the years, he has also been known as his alter ego ‘Super Grover’. Grover has a talking ‘tic’ that forbids him to use summaries when speaking.
Bert is half of the Bert and Ernie duo, playing the ‘straight man’ to Ernie’s true, lovable character. Bert is regularly considered annoyed by his roommate’s personality.
Ernie is Bert’s roommate. Unlike Bert, who is serious, Ernie is a childish, easily spoiled character with a quality of life. Among some of Ernie’s most memorable moments in Sesame Street is his rendition of ‘Rubber Ducky’.
Elmo is a three-year-old red monster. Since its Sesame Street debut, Elmo has been titled a movie, ‘Elmo in Grouchland’ and has appeared in a number of popular toy shapes, including the famous ‘Tickle Me Elmo.’
Abby Cadabby is a ‘fairy-in-training’. She speaks the fictional language known as ‘Dragonfly’ and often uses her wand to turn objects into pumpkins. Abby is one of the newest cast members on Sesame Street, making his 37th season debut.
Cookie Monster is a blue monster with an insatiable appetite for his favorite food, cookies. In his love of cookies, one of Cookie’s most famous features is his caveman-like diction when he speaks.
Oscar Grouch lives in a dustbin on Sesame Street and regularly tells residents and visitors on the street to ‘back out’. He is a green grouch with a love for all garbage.
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The bill, designed after the famous tomb Dracula as a portrait of the late Bela Legosi, is a harmless bill that has a love for counting. He often ends his counting sessions with an ‘Ah ah ah!’ And a thunderclap.
Rosita h2> Rosita, whose full name is Rosita la Monstrua de las Cuevas, is a bilingual monster who speaks both English Telly Monster
Telly Monster is a pink monster with a penchant for worrying. Telly gets easily confused and despite many rotten attempts, he continues to try to become friends with Oscar Grouch.
h2> Zoe is a three-year-old monster with a love of dance. Regularly seen with a tutu, Zoe has an animal coat named Rocco and a doll named Mimi.