Muppet Performers That I Like (Greatest to Least):
Noel MacNeal (September 15th, 1961 - still alive): I like him most of all, because my #1 favorite Muppet character is Bear from Bear in the Big Blue House. It's possible that they might bring back the show for reruns in the US, because they already brang back a lot of Playhouse Disney's 1997 - 2007 programming including Rolie Polie Olie, PB&J Otter, Stanley, Johnny & the Sprites, JoJo's Circus, The Koala Brothers and Higglytown Heroes. YOU ROCK, NOEL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)
Caroll Spinney (December 26th, 1933 - still alive): I like him, because my favorite Sesame Street character is Big Bird. Caroll Spinney does such a great job voicing him and Oscar. He is 78 years old and will be turning 79 on December 26th, 2012, a day after Christmas. He's such a lucky man to be born the day after Christmas.
Jerry Nelson (July 10th, 1934 - August 23rd, 2012): He does 100% excellent at voicing The Count and his other Muppet characters. Since Jerry Nelson died, here's a message to him from me: "Me and all the other fans of The Count will always remember you. Rest in peace, Jerry."
Kevin Clash (September 17th, 1960 - still alive): Not only does he do excellent at voicing Elmo, but he's also better than the other people who voiced Elmo.
Martin "Marty" Robinson (March 9th, 1954 - still alive): He does the voices of Telly, Mr. Snuffleupagus (nicknamed: "Snuffy") and Slimey. He does pretty good at voicing them, too.