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George the Janitor

George the Janitor
The Muppets character
First appearance

The Muppet Show
Portrayed by

Frank Oz (1974-1977)

Eric Jacobson (2014-present)
Information
Gender Male
Occupation Janitor


George the Janitor is a fictional character in The Muppet Show. He is a crusty old custodian who cleans up after the Muppets on He seems to have no affection for anyone or anything except his trusty mop. The single exception is an act where a vocal group of singing mops perform "Rag Mop."

George would appear regularly on the first couple of seasons of The Muppet Show until the custodian's job was taken over by Beauregard, played by Dave Goelz, in Season 3 of the show. George would make a cameo appearance, though, in The Muppet Christmas Carol.

George is performed by Frank Oz.

Filmography

External links

  • George the Janitor ] on Muppet Wiki, an external wiki]
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