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Lloyd Morrisett Co-Creator of Sesame Street Passes Away at the Age of 93

Sesame Street Death

Sesame Street Death

Lloyd Morrisett, co-creator of Sesame Street passed away on Monday at age 93, according to Sesame Workshop. Lloyd leaves an outsized and indelible legacy among generations of children the world over with ‘Sesame Street’ only the most visible tribute to a lifetime of good work and lasting impact, Sesame Workshop tweeted.

Morrisett was the chairman of the board of trustees for more than 30 years and a Lifetime Honorary Trustee at the nonprofit organization Sesame Workshop formerly known as Children’s Television Workshop, the brains behind “Sesame Street.”

For co-creator Joan Ganz Cooney, “Sesame Street” would not exist without Lloyd Morrisett, according to an official statement released by Sesame Workshop. He was the first to propose using television to instruct young children in literacy and numeracy. I’ve relied on him for over fifty years, and he was always there for me.

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Until his death, he was a member of the board of directors. Morrisett explained in an interview with WBUR, a member station that the civil rights movement and the fact that children from low-income families often entered school months behind grade level were the inspirations for Sesame Street, which first aired in 1969.

Lloyd Morrisett’s cause of death is not yet given. His death came as a complete surprise to his many followers. His absence leaves Sesame Street unfinished. This post contains the most recent information about his death. We will keep you informed as new information becomes available regarding his death.

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