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Judy Freudberg in the Sesame Street writer's room, A&E Biography: Sesame Street.

Judy Freudberg Elmo

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Judy Freudberg (1949 - June 10, 2012) started her career with Sesame Street in Season 3 as a script typist, and became a writer by Season 7. In 1985, she co-wrote the first Sesame Street theatrical feature, Follow That Bird, with Tony Geiss. She co-created the Elmo's World segment and served as its head writer.

Celebrities for whom she wrote sketches on Sesame Street include Whoopi Goldberg, Lily Tomlin, Bill Irwin, B.B. King, Jodie Foster, Ellen DeGeneres, Maya Angelou, Michael Jeter, Shari Lewis, Gregory Hines and Susan Sarandon.[1]

Freudberg graduated from Syracuse University in 1971 with a bachelor's degree in speech and dramatic arts.[2] Her other credits, often co-writing with Geiss, include the animated feature films The Land Before Time and An American Tail for Steven Spielberg, and The Upside Down Show for Nickelodeon.

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  1. "Judy Freudberg, Writer on 'Sesame Street' for Nearly Four Decades, Dies at 63" by Mike Barnes, The Hollywood Reporter 6/13/20
  2. Syracuse Alumni Journal Fall 2008

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  • Judy Freudberg archives @ Syracuse

    6 messages
    • I just now saw that she co-wrote ''Follow That Bird'', too bad the archives don't have any scripts or notes for that.
    • They don't have every script or every season she worked on the show. Just selected bound scripts were donated (as it notes, this was a g...

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