Jim Lewis (writer)

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Jim Lewis
Occupation Television Writer

Jim Lewis (born 1955) is an American writer known for his work with The Jim Henson Company and The Muppets. Lewis first worked with the Muppets as the editor of Muppet Magazine. The book Before You Leap, which was credited to Kermit the Frog, was written by Lewis. The Disney Channel program Studio DC: Almost Live was produced by him. Jim Lewis grew up in Boonton, New Jersey and attended Boonton High School.[1]

He also wrote Sumo of the Opera for Big Idea's VeggieTales.

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  1. ^ Paik, Eugene "Boonton Museum Honors Accomplished Alumni", The Star-Ledger, June 19, 2009. Accessed June 20, 2009. "To Lewis, a former writer for The Jim Henson Company, Boonton's school on Lathrop Avenue appears to have a special knack for churning out fame-bound graduates."
  2. ^ Hill, Jim (9 November 2016). "WDW's new "The Muppets Present … Great Moments in American History" show brings authentic Muppet mayhem to Liberty Square". The Huffington Post. Retrieved 10 November 2016. 

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