United States entertainer stubs

Posted Oct 26, 2009
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  1. Tommy the Clown

    Tommy the Clown


    Thomas Johnson, also known as Tommy the Clown, is an American dancer best known as the inventor of the "clowning" style of dance, which evolved into krumping. Johnson invented the style in 1992 to enhance birthday party clown acts, thereby creating the concept of "hip-hop clowns". Johnson and his followers have performed at birthday parties ranging from inner city communities to celebrities like Madonna, Pamela Anderson, and Cedric the Entertainer. He achieved international acclaim as focus of David LaChapelle's 2005 documentary RIZE.

  2. Jodi Eichelberger

    Jodi Eichelberger


    Jodi Eichelberger is a puppeteer, writer, director, and composer whose roles include Stingy on the television series LazyTown. He performed in the original cast of the Tony award-winning musical Avenue Q on Broadway. He has written both book and music for Other Hand Productions' puppet productions of Snow Queen and Pinocchio. He has also composed music for the Raleigh Symphony and Spectre Productions. Jodi is currently co-director of Other Hand Productions.

  3. Alex Huynh

    Alex Huynh


    Alex Huynh is an American martial artist and stunt man. He was born on September 7. He specializes in wushu, training at the United States Wushu Academy, and lives in Southern California, after growing up in Roanoke, Virginia and attending Northside High School.

  4. Sam E. Goldberg

    Sam E. Goldberg


  5. Cheryl Blaylock

    Cheryl Blaylock


    Cheryl Blaylock was a puppeteer on Eureeka's Castle from 1989 to 1995. Before she was on Eureeka's Castle, she was on Sesame Street, and The Muppets Take Manhattan. After Eureeka's Castle, she was on Oobi, The Adventures of Timmy the Tooth, The Reunion, and Blue's Room. She also was a cinematographer for Act As If.

  6. Michael Moschen

    Michael Moschen


    Michael Moschen is a juggler. He received a Fellowship from the MacArthur Foundation (the so-called "Genius Grant") in 1990, has appeared on TV on PBS, and done ads for Motorola. Cirque du Soleil commissioned Moschen to create a new work for their permanent theatrical circus in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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