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Co-author of ''[[Big Bird's Red Book]]'' and voice for one of [[The Beetles]], '''Jonathan Cerf''' appeared on ''[[What's My Line]]'', as President of the Harvard Lampoon Magazine. He majored in English at [[Harvard University]].
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'''Jonathan Cerf''' was President of the ''[[Harvard Lampoon Magazine]]'', whilst majoring in English at [[Harvard University]].
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Cerf was co-author of ''[[Big Bird's Red Book]]''. A member of the rock and roll band [[Central Park]] Zoo, he later voiced one of [[The Beetles]] for ''Sesame Street''.
   
 
Cerf was the first non-Japanese player to win the World Championship for Othello, in 1980.
 
Cerf was the first non-Japanese player to win the World Championship for Othello, in 1980.
   
His father, [[Bennett Cerf]], was the co-founder of [[Random House]] books and panelist of ''[[What's My Line?]]''. His mother, Phyllis Cerf, was co-founder of Random House's ''Beginner Books'' with [[Dr. Seuss]]. His brother, [[Christopher Cerf]], wrote music for ''[[Sesame Street]]'', voiced characters like Chrissy of [[Chrissy and the Alphabeats]], and co-created ''[[Between the Lions]]''. Cerf is second cousin of [[Ginger Rogers]], [[Fred Astaire]]'s dancing partner.
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His father, [[Bennett Cerf]], was the co-founder of [[Random House]] books and panelist of ''[[What's My Line?]]''. Jonathan appeared with Peter Gabel, as guests on the show on 12 March 1967. His mother, Phyllis Cerf, was co-founder of Random House's ''Beginner Books'' with [[Dr. Seuss]]. His brother, [[Christopher Cerf]], wrote music for ''[[Sesame Street]]'', voiced characters like Chrissy of [[Chrissy and the Alphabeats]], and co-created ''[[Between the Lions]]''. Cerf is second cousin of [[Ginger Rogers]], [[Fred Astaire]]'s dancing partner.
 
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[[Category:Muppet Voice Actors|Cerf, Christopher]]

Revision as of 00:54, February 26, 2010

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Jonathan Cerf.

Jonathan Cerf was President of the Harvard Lampoon Magazine, whilst majoring in English at Harvard University.

Cerf was co-author of Big Bird's Red Book. A member of the rock and roll band Central Park Zoo, he later voiced one of The Beetles for Sesame Street.

Cerf was the first non-Japanese player to win the World Championship for Othello, in 1980.

His father, Bennett Cerf, was the co-founder of Random House books and panelist of What's My Line?. Jonathan appeared with Peter Gabel, as guests on the show on 12 March 1967. His mother, Phyllis Cerf, was co-founder of Random House's Beginner Books with Dr. Seuss. His brother, Christopher Cerf, wrote music for Sesame Street, voiced characters like Chrissy of Chrissy and the Alphabeats, and co-created Between the Lions. Cerf is second cousin of Ginger Rogers, Fred Astaire's dancing partner.

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