‘The Muppets’ star ‘finally’ returns to the series after seven years hiatus
NEW YORK — The Muppet Show’s David Hockenberry is set to return to the show’s cast and crew.
Hockenbier, who appeared in the pilot, will be joining the cast of the first episode of the new season, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Hockenerbier is set in the “Muppets” universe, which was created by the late Jim Henson, who also created the animated characters.
The character of “The Mummy,” who has been in the Muppet universe since 1968, is a “demon” and “devil-may-care” who uses magic and “magic tricks” to save the lives of people, The Reporter has confirmed.
He is voiced by Tom Kenny.
Hackenbiers character has been described as “a demon, a demon-loving, devil-loving guy who likes to do things a little crazy.”
He has also been called a “good, tough guy.”
He is a former Marine who is a member of the U.S. Marine Corps.
Hacks character is a doctor who treats people who are ill and is “a little bit of a goofball.”
He loves to dance, have fun and eat good food.
Hackers is also known for his role as a member in the show, which is based on a series of short stories by Henson.
The series premiered in 1984 and ran until 1997.
Henson died in 1997.