Jerry Nelson voice of Sesame Street's The Count dies at 78
Editor's Note: CNN had a variety of clips featuring The Count. I posted the one where he and Cookie Monster team up. RIP Jerry Nelson.
It's a sad day to report that actor Jerry Nelson who voiced Sesame Street's The Count has died. He was 78 Years old, and although it is unknown if he died from natural causes or from some kind of illness, it is sad to see him go. Rest in Peace Jerry.
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A bummer that one of the greatest vampires has passed on. RIP
As sad as this is I can't help but love Revulsive trolling those comments
The count was one of my favourite characters, R.I.P :'(
> The Count Dies > Old news > Slowpoke
Man... two many people are dying. Ernest Borganine, Neil Armstrong, and now this guy. :(
Why is everybody dying this year
R.I.P Mr. Nelson. :(
Aaaaaand now I'm sad...
And there goes people posted news that's days old.
I'd like to think he counted all the years he's been awesome before he died. Rest in piece man
I'm laughing pretty hard.
Jokes are fine. Wasn't the right place to make one. Wasn't uplifting or encouraging. Just nonsense that wasn't needed.
2! 2 famous people deaths this week! (nothing to laugh about)
Making a joke = seeking attention. Okay.
He also was Gobo from Fraggle Rock R.I.P.
Just another guy looking for attention. How pathetic
I was making jokes in the counts voice today at work. This really sucks.
Sad times. May he rest in peace. I grew up with Sesame Street and it's shocking to see how bad educational shows are for children these days.