Cast & Crew


Brian Henson
(Creator, Producer, Performer)

Brian Henson is an award-winning director, producer, writer and performer. Henson served as Executive Producer on many television projects incuding: Creature Shop Challenge (which he also was lead judge on) Sid the Science Kid, Farscape, Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars (which he also directed) and Jim Henson’s Jack and the Beanstalk: The Real Story (which he also co-wrote and directed), Muppets Tonight, and Dinosaurs. Henson’s film credits includes Labyrinth, Little Shop of Horrors, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Muppet Christmas Carol (which he also directed) and Muppet Treasure Island (which he also directed). 

Henson oversees the groundbreaking work at Jim Henson’s Creature Shop™, a pre-eminent character building, digital and physical visual effects facility. Recently, he has been leading the Shop’s work with its revolutionary digital puppetry system. 


Patrick Bristow
(Co-Creator, Director, Host)

Patrick Bristow has made numerous television appearances including, Ellen, Mad About You, Shameless, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Seinfeld, Friends, Whose Line..., and CSI. He has voiced characters for King Of The Hill, Family Guy and The Cleveland Show. Film credits include Pain And Gain, Transformers 4, Austin Powers, and the accidental comedy, Showgirls.

He has provided improv and comedy consulting for WB, Bravo, Disneyland, Fox, and Nickelodeon.




Arnold Engelman
President, Westbeth Entertainment

Westbeth Entertainment is a distinct company that’s produced live entertainment for over 30 years with artists such as Billy Connolly, Eddie Izzard, John Leguizamo, Eric Idle, The Jim Henson Company, and Lewis Black. WBE is currently producing Noel Fielding’s first North American tour of An Evening with Noel Fielding. Most recent productions include: Eddie Izzard’s 45 city Force Majeure American Tour Parts 1 & 2, Billy Connolly’s Canadian tour of High Horse, physicist Brian Cox’s Infinite Monkey Cage Live, John Leguizamo’s Ghetto Klown, Dylan Moran’s Yeah, Yeah, Trevor Noah’s Born a Crime in a 6 week off-Broadway run, Eric Idle’s What About Dick at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles, and the national tour, Off-Broadway, and Edinburgh Fringe Festival runs of Puppet Up!-Uncensored.