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Interview: Bob McGrath (Sesame Street)

From Silicon Valley Comic Con, host Richard R. Lee talks to energetic Bob McGrath, who is longtime cast member of “Sesame Street.”

Video Content: Bob McGrath (2017)
In the extended interview, host Richard R. Lee talks to Bob McGrath about his early days on TV, his success as a Japanese recording artist, and being one of the longest cast members on “Sesame Street.”

Born June 13, 1932 in Ottawa, Illinois, Bob McGrath is an actor and singer, who is one of the longest cast members on “Sesame Street.” In his early career, he worked with Mitch Miller and was the featured tenor on NBC’s “Sing Along with Mitch” from 1959 to 1964. McGrath was also a recording artist in Japan, where he performs Irish and other folk songs and ballads sung in Japanese. Additionally, he has written children’s books, such as “Uh Oh! Gotta Go!” and “OOPS! Excuse Me Please!”

Interview Credits:
Recorded: April 23, 2017
Host / Producer / Editor: Richard R. Lee
Videographer: Rebeca Zuniga
Special Thanks To: Silicon Valley Comic Con, Sesame Workshop

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