Grover

Grover, also known as Grover Monster, is a Muppet character on the popular television show Sesame Street. Self-described as lovable, cute and furry, he is a monster who almost never uses contractions when speaking or singing.

Grover was originally performed by Frank Oz, who provided the character's voice regularly from his earliest appearances until 2001. Eric Jacobson began performing Grover in 1998; he has performed the character regularly since 2002, although Oz still performs him occasionally. Grover's birthday is October 14.

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