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  • Jocelyn Stevenson
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  • Jocelyn Stevenson was a writer that worked on the show Fraggle Rock.
  • She has also written for "Charlie Chalk", "FunnyBones" and "The Magic School Bus" and was also one of the creators of "Fraggle Rock". She is due to receive a BAFTA Special Award at the British Academy Children's Awards of 2015. On Saturday, November 21st of that year, she did an interview for the BBC Breakfast News.
  • Jocelyn Stevenson's career with the Henson Company started with writing several Muppet-based children's books. She then went on to work as one of the co-creators and writers for Fraggle Rock. After that, Jim Henson asked her to develop the script for Tale of the Bunny Picnic, and would later work on Henson's Mopatop's Shop and The Hoobs, both produced for the UK. Stevenson received a BAFTA Special Award at the 2015 British Academy Children's Awards ceremony on November 22. Prior to this event, she did an interview for the BBC Breakfast News.
  • Her career first started the Henson Company. She started writing several Muppet-based children's books. She then went on to work as one of the co-creators and writers for Fraggle Rock. After that, Jim Henson asked her to develop the script for Tale of the Bunny Picnic[1], and would later work on Henson's Mopatop's Shop and The Hoobs, both produced for the UK. Stevenson received a BAFTA Special Award at the 2015 British Academy Children's Awards ceremony on November 22. Prior to this event, she did an interview for the BBC Breakfast News.
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  • Jocelyn Stevenson's career with the Henson Company started with writing several Muppet-based children's books. She then went on to work as one of the co-creators and writers for Fraggle Rock. After that, Jim Henson asked her to develop the script for Tale of the Bunny Picnic, and would later work on Henson's Mopatop's Shop and The Hoobs, both produced for the UK. Her other television work includes Barney & Friends and The Magic School Bus. She wrote the television scripts for the Funny Bones series of books and created the character of Charlie Chalk. Between 2003 and 2006, she was the executive producer for Thomas & Friends and Pingu, all currently in ownership of HIT Entertainment. She currently works for Mind Candy, the company behind Moshi Monsters, overseeing their film and television productions, including the 2013 UK and Ireland theatrical release of Moshi Monsters: The Movie. Stevenson received a BAFTA Special Award at the 2015 British Academy Children's Awards ceremony on November 22. Prior to this event, she did an interview for the BBC Breakfast News.
  • Jocelyn Stevenson was a writer that worked on the show Fraggle Rock.
  • She has also written for "Charlie Chalk", "FunnyBones" and "The Magic School Bus" and was also one of the creators of "Fraggle Rock". She is due to receive a BAFTA Special Award at the British Academy Children's Awards of 2015. On Saturday, November 21st of that year, she did an interview for the BBC Breakfast News.
  • Her career first started the Henson Company. She started writing several Muppet-based children's books. She then went on to work as one of the co-creators and writers for Fraggle Rock. After that, Jim Henson asked her to develop the script for Tale of the Bunny Picnic[1], and would later work on Henson's Mopatop's Shop and The Hoobs, both produced for the UK. Her other television work includes Barney & Friends and The Magic School Bus. She wrote the television scripts for the Funny Bones series of books and created the character of Charlie Chalk. Between 2002 and 2006, she was the executive in charge for HiT programs such as Thomas & Friends, Rubbadubbers, Angelina Ballerina, Bob the Builder, Pingu, and Barney She currently works for Mind Candy, the company behind Moshi Monsters, overseeing their film and television productions, including the 2013 UK and Ireland theatrical release of Moshi Monsters: The Movie. Stevenson received a BAFTA Special Award at the 2015 British Academy Children's Awards ceremony on November 22. Prior to this event, she did an interview for the BBC Breakfast News.
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