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Roy Brown (II) (1932–2001)

Puppeteer, clown and artist. Before graduating the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, he came to Chicago children's television in 1952 doing graphic arts for the Magic Drawing Board on the "Garfield Goose and Friends" program. He became the show's puppeteer shortly thereafter. In 1968, he created Cooky the Cook for "Bozo's Circus" when the producer and... See full bio »

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Bozo's Circus
Bozo's Circus Cooky the Cook
The Bozo Show
The Bozo Show Cooky the Cook
Garfield Goose and Friends
Garfield Goose and Friends Miscellaneous Crew
Ray Rayner and His Friends
Ray Rayner and His Friends Miscellaneous Crew


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 1996-2000 The Bozo Super Sunday Show (TV Series)
Cooky the Cook
- Episode dated 31 December 2000 (2000) ... Cooky the Cook
- Episode dated 8 September 1996 (1996) ... Cooky the Cook
 1980 The Bozo Show (TV Series)
Cooky the Cook
 1978 Bozo's Circus (TV Series)
Cooky the Cook
- Episode dated 11 September 1978 (1978) ... Cooky the Cook
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 1980 The Bozo Show (TV Series) (puppeteer)
 1964 Ray Rayner and His Friends (TV Series) (puppeteer - 1965-1981)
 1961 Bozo's Circus (TV Series) (puppeteer - 1976-1980)
 1952 Garfield Goose and Friends (TV Series) (puppeteer)

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Personal Quote:

Being a clown is a great sense of freedom. You've got a mask to hide behind and you can do outrageous things. Have you ever wanted to smash a layer cake with a sledge hammer? Well, I got a chance to do it.

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