Elmo and Clash, on the <em>Sesame Street</em> set in 2006.
Credit Richard Termine / Sesame Workshop
Elmo and Kevin Clash have been working together for more than 20 years. Clash has also performed in <em>Labyrinth</em>, <em>Muppets from Space</em>, <em>Follow that Bird</em> and <em>Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. </em>
Credit Photo courtesy of Scott McDermott/Being Elmo
Kevin Clash (center) started making puppets when he was a teenager in Baltimore.
Credit Photo courtesy of Submarine Deluxe/Being Elmo
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