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  • Brian Henson is a director and executive producer for Farscape.
  • Brian Henson (born November 30, 1962) is an Academy Award-winning puppeteer, director, producer, and technician. The son of puppeteers Jane and Jim Henson, Brian was born in New York City, New York. Along with his sister Lisa, he is co-chairman and co-CEO of The Jim Henson Company. File:Brian Henson.jpg]
  • Brian Henson (born November 3, 1963) is a director, producer, writer, performer and Co-Chief Executive Officer of The Jim Henson Company, which he and his siblings inherited after the death of his father Jim Henson, in 1990. Brian has produced many Henson TV shows, including Dinosaurs, Muppets Tonight, Mother Goose Stories and Farscape. He also directed The Muppet Christmas Carol and Muppet Treasure Island. Brian also became a core Muppet performer starting with Muppets Tonight, performing such characters as Sal Minella, Dr. Phil van Neuter and Seymour. He also worked on Disney's Return to Oz.
  • Brian Henson (ur. 3 listopada 1963 roku w New York City) - amerykański lalkarz, reżyser, producent, technik i przewodniczący The Jim Henson Company. Jest pierwszym synem i trzecim dzieckiem lalkarzy Jima i Jane Hensonów. Jego pierwsza produkcja z Muppetami, przy której pracował, to Muppet Show, do którego stworzył kukiełkę pingwina do piosenki "Lullaby of Broadaway" z Gildą Radner. Od tego czasu brał udział w produkcjach z Muppetami. Był także jurorem i producentem wykonawczym programu Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge, w którym zadaniem uczestników było stworzyć odpowiednią kukiełkę.
  • Brian Henson was the third child of Jim and Jane Henson. As a child, he made several cameo appearances in Sesame Street segments, notably counting three peas, eight ping-pong balls, and various types of coins in the "Number Song Series." His first Sesame Street cameo, however, was in a film in which he and another boy play in the sand, pretending to be vehicles. As he got older, he built the very first Muppet Penguin puppet for an episode of The Muppet Show. During a summer break from high school, he assisted in the bicycle sequence from The Great Muppet Caper. He helped create and operate a special rigging device that was created to allow the Muppets to ride bicycles, since he was skilled in the use of marionette puppets. A few years later, he operated a marionette of Scooter riding a bic
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  • *Jim Henson *Jane Henson
Rodzeństwo
  • *Lisa Henson *Cheryl Henson *John Henson *Heather Henson
Zawód
  • Lalkarz, reżyser, producent, technik
Lata aktywności
  • 1979
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  • Brian Henson
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  • Mia Sara
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  • Brian Henson
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  • Brian Henson
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  • Córka Amelia Jane Henson
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  • New York City, New York, USA
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  • Mia Sara
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  • Brian Henson is a director and executive producer for Farscape.
  • Brian Henson (born November 30, 1962) is an Academy Award-winning puppeteer, director, producer, and technician. The son of puppeteers Jane and Jim Henson, Brian was born in New York City, New York. Along with his sister Lisa, he is co-chairman and co-CEO of The Jim Henson Company. File:Brian Henson.jpg]
  • Brian Henson (born November 3, 1963) is a director, producer, writer, performer and Co-Chief Executive Officer of The Jim Henson Company, which he and his siblings inherited after the death of his father Jim Henson, in 1990. Brian has produced many Henson TV shows, including Dinosaurs, Muppets Tonight, Mother Goose Stories and Farscape. He also directed The Muppet Christmas Carol and Muppet Treasure Island. Brian also became a core Muppet performer starting with Muppets Tonight, performing such characters as Sal Minella, Dr. Phil van Neuter and Seymour. He also worked on Disney's Return to Oz.
  • Brian Henson (ur. 3 listopada 1963 roku w New York City) - amerykański lalkarz, reżyser, producent, technik i przewodniczący The Jim Henson Company. Jest pierwszym synem i trzecim dzieckiem lalkarzy Jima i Jane Hensonów. Jego pierwsza produkcja z Muppetami, przy której pracował, to Muppet Show, do którego stworzył kukiełkę pingwina do piosenki "Lullaby of Broadaway" z Gildą Radner. Od tego czasu brał udział w produkcjach z Muppetami. Był także jurorem i producentem wykonawczym programu Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge, w którym zadaniem uczestników było stworzyć odpowiednią kukiełkę.
  • Brian Henson was the third child of Jim and Jane Henson. As a child, he made several cameo appearances in Sesame Street segments, notably counting three peas, eight ping-pong balls, and various types of coins in the "Number Song Series." His first Sesame Street cameo, however, was in a film in which he and another boy play in the sand, pretending to be vehicles. As he got older, he built the very first Muppet Penguin puppet for an episode of The Muppet Show. During a summer break from high school, he assisted in the bicycle sequence from The Great Muppet Caper. He helped create and operate a special rigging device that was created to allow the Muppets to ride bicycles, since he was skilled in the use of marionette puppets. A few years later, he operated a marionette of Scooter riding a bicycle in The Muppets Take Manhattan. As a teenager, Brian Henson worked at Sesame Place one summer. One of his co-workers there was fellow future Muppeteer Bill Barretta. Henson recalled the experience: “I was just a typical 17 year-old. I wanted a summer job, I didn't want to live at home, and I was very into being independent and living by my own means. Basically, my father suggested, "Maybe you want to go work at Sesame Place." My sister had a friend whose family owned a boarding house in Princeton, New Jersey – so that was why I really went to do it. I was basically helping kids who were crying on the rides and cleaning up bathrooms and smiling a lot with everybody else who ran Sesame Place. I think Sesame Place really wasn't part of an ambitious move – I was just a kid with a summer job. But I did meet people who I've continued to know all my life; who are all very successful in the film industry... Which is really kind of weird, that you'd go to this small town amusement park and be picking up cigarette butts with three other guys, and then 20 years later they're all big shots in the film industry.” During the 1980s, Henson wanted to make a name for himself and find work without his father's help. He performed Jack Pumpkinhead in Return to Oz, operated special effects in Santa Claus: The Movie, and was a principal performer for the Audrey II puppet in Little Shop of Horrors, controlling mouth movement while others performed the lips and vines. In an 2013 interview, Henson discussed the difference between working on Return to Oz and working on a Muppet movie: “It’s quite different, because you’re basically shooting a live-action movie, not a puppet movie. [Director] Walter Murch had a real shooting style that was very important to him. He’s a very careful, considered director. He really knew what he wanted. Whereas with a Muppet movie, you design how you’re going to shoot the movie around what puppets can do. This was different. We kind of had to figure out how to do every shot he wanted to do. We had five or six versions of every puppet, so the moment when Jack stands up full figure is actually a puppet made to complete that one motion. It was a different time when you could really take apart every shot and really build and prepare for every shot. Which is similar to the way post-production is approached together today, but pre-production never is anymore.”
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