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  • Uncle Deadly
  • Uncle Deadly
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  • He also returns for the sequel, Muppets Most Wanted, along with Bobo. In this appearnce, he is sitting at a piano memorizing the lycris on the sheet of paper in front of him. He also appears in the gulag finale in the end of the movie. He is voiced by the late Jerry Nelson, and currently Matt Vogel. He also returned in the 2015 TV show, The Muppets.
  • Uncle Deadly is een Muppet. Hij staat bekend om zijn enge uiterlijk.
  • Uncle Deadly is a blue, reptilian-looking creature, also known as "the Phantom of the Muppet Show". Deadly made occasional appearances on The Muppet Show, and faded from prominence when the show ended. In 2011, Deadly returned in a pivotal role in The Muppets, as Tex Richman's henchman. According to Jerry Nelson, Uncle Deadly was his tribute to actor John Carradine, whose sometimes hammy performances were a staple of horror films.
  • Uncle Deadly is a blue, dragon-like monster wearing a cape also known as the Phantom of The Muppet Show. Although he made his first appearance in the Vincent Price episode of The Muppet Show, Uncle Deadly did not receive his proper introduction until the Twiggy episode. One by one, the Muppets tell Kermit that they have seen a phantom, but Kermit refuses to believe them until he sees Uncle Deadly with his own eyes. Once revealed, Uncle Deadly explains that he used to perform at the Muppet Theater, where he played Othello until he was killed... by the critics.
  • Uncle Deadly is a blue, dragon-like monster, also known as "the Phantom of The Muppet Show". He has been performed by Jerry Nelson and Matt Vogel. Deadly made occasional appearances on The Muppet Show, but faded from prominence before the series ended. In 2011, Deadly returned in a pivotal role in The Muppets, as one of Tex Richman's henchmen. According to Jerry Nelson, Uncle Deadly was his tribute to actor John Carradine, whose sometimes hammy performances were a staple of horror films.
  • Although he made his first appearance alongside Vincent Price on episode 119 of The Muppet Show, Uncle Deadly didn't get his proper introduction until episode 121. One by one, the Muppets tell Kermit that they have seen a phantom, but Kermit refuses to believe them until he sees Uncle Deadly with his own eyes. Once revealed, Uncle Deadly explains that he used to perform at the Muppet Theater, where he once played his most difficult role, Othello, and on opening night he was killed... by the critics.
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Alliance
  • Mostly neutral , later good
Alignment
  • Mostly neutral , later good
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Dislikes
  • Working for Tex Richman
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  • builder
  • designer
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Inspiration
  • John Carradine
Likes
  • Performing, singing, dancing, being scary, Vincent Price
  • Performing, singing, dancing, being scary
Design
Appearance
  • Blue reptilian skin, dragon-like face, pointy fingers, black eyes with green dots, tattered and torn clothing
  • Blue skin, scary face, pointy fingers, black eyes with green dots, tattered and torn clothing
Actor
Name
  • Uncle Deadly
Personality
  • Spooky, scary, slightly sinister, ominous, a ham actor
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Shows
  • The Muppets
  • The Muppet Show
Alias
  • The Phantom of The Muppet Show
Model
  • Jim Henson Productions
Note
  • 1976
  • 2011
Performer
Home
  • The Muppet Theater
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  • Muppeteer Jim Henson
Occupation
  • Actor, Tex Richman's former second-in-command
Debut
  • 1976
Films
  • The Muppets
  • The Muppets Take Manhattan
  • Muppets Most Wanted
  • The Muppet Movie
Friends
  • Kermit the Frog, Bobo the Bear, Frackles, Walter, Gary, Mary, Tex Richman
Quote
  • "Watch it. I am the beautiful assistant."
  • "Just because I have a terrifying name and an evil English accent does not preclude the fact that, in my heart, I am a Muppet, not a Moopet!"
Designer
  • Michael K. Frith
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  • He also returns for the sequel, Muppets Most Wanted, along with Bobo. In this appearnce, he is sitting at a piano memorizing the lycris on the sheet of paper in front of him. He also appears in the gulag finale in the end of the movie. He is voiced by the late Jerry Nelson, and currently Matt Vogel. He also returned in the 2015 TV show, The Muppets.
  • Although he made his first appearance alongside Vincent Price on episode 119 of The Muppet Show, Uncle Deadly didn't get his proper introduction until episode 121. One by one, the Muppets tell Kermit that they have seen a phantom, but Kermit refuses to believe them until he sees Uncle Deadly with his own eyes. Once revealed, Uncle Deadly explains that he used to perform at the Muppet Theater, where he once played his most difficult role, Othello, and on opening night he was killed... by the critics. Uncle Deadly sang a handful of songs on the show, including singing a bar of "You're Just in Love" with Ethel Merman and "Sheik of Araby" and performed in the Muppet Melodrama sketches with Miss Piggy and Wayne in season 3. Although he didn't have a major role in most of the Muppet movies, Uncle Deadly did appear in the final group scenes at the end of The Muppet Movie and The Muppets Take Manhattan. He also appeared on The Tonight Show in 1979 when Kermit the Frog hosted. In the December 2000 issue of the Writers' Guild magazine "Written By," which featured interviews with Muppet writers Jim Lewis, Kirk Thatcher and John Derevlany, it was mentioned that one of the projects Thatcher had in development was a silly Goosebumps-type TV show called "Uncle Deadly's House of Badness". The project never got off the ground, and it's unknown if a pilot was filmed or if a script was even completed. According to Jerry Nelson, Uncle Deadly was his tribute to actor John Carradine, whose sometimes hammy performances were a staple of horror films. After over 20 years of absence, Uncle Deadly will be returning in 2011's The Muppets (performed by Matt Vogel), as the "sinister second-in-command" to Tex Richman. In an interview, Uncle Deadly explained that in his spare time, he had been haunting Stage 28, switching every other day with The Phantom of the Opera (both of whom took weekends off; "even a phantom must rest").
  • Uncle Deadly is een Muppet. Hij staat bekend om zijn enge uiterlijk.
  • Uncle Deadly is a blue, reptilian-looking creature, also known as "the Phantom of the Muppet Show". Deadly made occasional appearances on The Muppet Show, and faded from prominence when the show ended. In 2011, Deadly returned in a pivotal role in The Muppets, as Tex Richman's henchman. Although he made his first appearance alongside Vincent Price on episode 119 of The Muppet Show, Uncle Deadly did not receive his proper introduction until episode 121. One by one, the Muppets tell Kermit that they have seen a phantom, but Kermit refuses to believe them until he sees Uncle Deadly with his own eyes. Once revealed, Uncle Deadly explains that he used to perform at the Muppet Theater, where he once played his most difficult role, Othello. On opening night he was killed... by the critics. Uncle Deadly sang a handful of songs on the show, including "Sheik of Araby" and a bar of "You're Just in Love" with Ethel Merman. He was featured in the Muppet Melodrama sketches with Miss Piggy and Wayne in the third season, of which only two were made. Although he didn't have a major role in most of the Muppet movies, Uncle Deadly did appear in the final group scenes at the end of The Muppet Movie and The Muppets Take Manhattan. He also appeared on The Tonight Show in 1979 when Kermit the Frog hosted. In the December 2000 issue of the Writers' Guild magazine Written By, which featured interviews with Muppet writers Jim Lewis, Kirk Thatcher and John Derevlany, it was mentioned that one of the projects Thatcher had in development was a silly Goosebumps-type TV show called "Uncle Deadly's House of Badness." The project never got off the ground, and it's unknown if a pilot was filmed or if a script was even completed. According to Jerry Nelson, Uncle Deadly was his tribute to actor John Carradine, whose sometimes hammy performances were a staple of horror films. After over twenty years of absence, Uncle Deadly returned in The Muppets (performed by Matt Vogel), as the "sinister second-in-command" to Tex Richman. In an interview, Uncle Deadly explained that in his spare time, he had been haunting Stage 28 (one of the filming locations for the movie), switching every other day with The Phantom of the Opera. They both took the weekends off; "even a phantom must rest."
  • Uncle Deadly is a blue, dragon-like monster wearing a cape also known as the Phantom of The Muppet Show. Although he made his first appearance in the Vincent Price episode of The Muppet Show, Uncle Deadly did not receive his proper introduction until the Twiggy episode. One by one, the Muppets tell Kermit that they have seen a phantom, but Kermit refuses to believe them until he sees Uncle Deadly with his own eyes. Once revealed, Uncle Deadly explains that he used to perform at the Muppet Theater, where he played Othello until he was killed... by the critics. In the 2011 film The Muppets, he returns as Tex Richman's assistant, and one of the two secondary antagonists before redeeming himself. He also returns for the sequel, Muppets Most Wanted, along with Bobo. In this appearance, he is seen sitting at a piano memorizing the lyrics on the sheet of paper in front of him. He also appears in the gulag finale at the end of the movie.
  • Uncle Deadly is a blue, dragon-like monster, also known as "the Phantom of The Muppet Show". He has been performed by Jerry Nelson and Matt Vogel. Deadly made occasional appearances on The Muppet Show, but faded from prominence before the series ended. In 2011, Deadly returned in a pivotal role in The Muppets, as one of Tex Richman's henchmen. Although he made his first appearance alongside Vincent Price in episode 119 of The Muppet Show, Uncle Deadly did not receive his proper introduction until episode 121. One by one, the Muppets tell Kermit that they have seen a phantom, but Kermit refuses to believe them until he sees Uncle Deadly with his own eyes. Once revealed, Uncle Deadly explains that he used to perform at The Muppet Theater, where he once played his most difficult role, Othello. On opening night he was killed... by the critics. Uncle Deadly sang a handful of songs on the show, including "The Sheik of Araby" and a bar of "You're Just in Love" with Ethel Merman. He was also featured in the Muppet Melodrama sketches with Miss Piggy and Wayne in the third season, of which only two were made. Although he didn't have a major role in most of the Muppet movies, Uncle Deadly did appear in the final group scenes at the end of The Muppet Movie and The Muppets Take Manhattan. He also appeared on The Tonight Show in 1979 when Kermit the Frog hosted. In the December 2000 issue of the Writers' Guild magazine Written By, which featured interviews with Muppet writers Jim Lewis, Kirk Thatcher and John Derevlany, it was mentioned that one of the projects Thatcher had in development was a silly Goosebumps-type TV show called "Uncle Deadly's House of Badness." The project never got off the ground and it's unknown if a pilot was filmed or if a script was even completed. According to Jerry Nelson, Uncle Deadly was his tribute to actor John Carradine, whose sometimes hammy performances were a staple of horror films. After over twenty years of absence, Uncle Deadly returned in The Muppets (now performed by Matt Vogel) as the "sinister second-in-command" to Tex Richman. In an interview, Uncle Deadly explained that in his spare time, he had been haunting Stage 28 (one of the filming locations for the movie), switching every other day with The Phantom of the Opera. They both took the weekends off; "even a phantom must rest."
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