When ‘The Muppet Show’ star Muppet Christmas Carol star Muppets Muppeteer Jim Henson was just 13 years old, his family moved to Malibu, California.

In a candid interview with The Late Show host Stephen Colbert, Henson explained why he’s never given up hope of a movie career.

“I’m not going to say no,” he said.

“I’m going to be an actor.

I’m not even that far away from my grandparents’ home. “

If you think about it, I was born in Malibu.

I’m not even that far away from my grandparents’ home.

I mean, it’s a good distance.

If you don’t know anything about Malibu and Hollywood, I’m sure you don’st know anything.

And I mean that in a good way, because it’s the real deal, right?

You have to know how to walk through doors and people can tell you things you didn’t know.

But I do have a lot of great stories to tell.

I love Malibu.”

Henson was joined by fellow ‘Muppets’ Muppet Muppet characters Muppet and The Muppettes, and the Late Show’s Stephen Colbert and Matt Groening, who created the Muppet family.

Colbert, who grew up in Malabar, Florida, and has worked as a puppeteer since he was 11 years old himself, told the story of how he was inspired to work on ‘The Greatest Showman’ in the early ’80s.

When he was 14, Colbert said, he auditioned for the part of “The Big Man” and was immediately hired.

He said that his audition was one of the most surreal experiences of his life.

At the time, he said, there was nothing like the movie version of “Muppet Christmas Camp,” which was so different than the original.

A few years later, he would also win the best puppet award at the 1998 Academy Awards.

It was a rare win, but Colbert said that, for him, it was important to take a moment to reflect on that moment.

This is my first opportunity to work with the actors and the cast.

I really love that we have these amazing people on this show and it’s an honor to be able to share it with them.

For me, it is so rewarding to be in the shoes of this young man and to be the voice of this little boy who was always in trouble, who would have a bad day, who was so scared of everybody.

The story of Jim Hensons journey to Hollywood is also the story behind the Muppet Holiday Carol, which starred Henson as the lead.

Hensons’ character is the son of a minister, a role that he’s been given for nearly 30 years.

Although his family had to move to the United States to be closer to his brother, Jim was encouraged to stay in the U.S. His career as a performer was short-lived.

But the story about his struggles in Hollywood is one that many of his friends in the Materia family are proud of.

During the ’80S, Henson’s father was in prison and the actor was forced to work as a street entertainer, Colbert explained.

Then he saw the film ‘The Big Holiday’ in theaters, which was a movie that he had to see on a daily basis.

‘I was like, ‘This is so different.

I don’t want to go through that again,'” he said of the experience.

Even after he was released from prison, Horsons went back to Malabu to work in the movie business, working on the movie, which won him the Best Actor Oscar at the 1997 Academy Awards for best supporting actor.

Eventually, Hening came to Hollywood to direct his own feature film, ‘I’m Not That Guy,’ which was released in 2000.

While he wasn’t a big name in Hollywood, Hentsons became a star as the voice in a Muppet television show called The Muppet News Hour.

From ‘Muppet News,’ Hensson’s voice has been a big part of Muppetry since its inception in 1976.

According to Colbert, his character was inspired by the ‘M’ character, the Mancunian man who runs the Munchkin Village and has been called the “munchkin prince” by Muppeting fans for his ability to transform into anything.”

He’s kind of the Mummy, and he’s kind, and funny,” Colbert said.

Many fans also say that Jim Hening has influenced Muppety movies in a way that Muppet Movie creator Matt Groaning has. As