Jim Henson Honored by Muppets Fans on 31st Anniversary of His Death

Jim Henson Honored by Muppets Fans on 31st Anniversary of His Death
Jim Henson died on this day 31 years ago, and fans of the Muppets everywhere are paying tribute to his memory on social media. As the creator of The Muppets and the original puppeteer and voice of Kermit the Frog, Henson has long been one of the most beloved celebrities of all time. He was just 53 years old when he passed away in 1990, but the legacy he left behind is still shining very brightly.

Recognizing the anniversary of his passing, fans are saying many wonderful things about Henson and the ways his work has affected their lives. This includes famous poster artist Drew Struzan, who tweeted: "The wonderful #JimHenson passed away 31 years ago today. It was a blessing to collaborate with him. Whenever I see Kermit, I am reminded of the wonder of Jim. His kindness lingers with us through his creations."

The Muppets fan account ToughPigs: Muppet Fans Who Grew Up also said,
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