Bill Diamond

Puppeteer, Animator, Puppet Creator, Television Production

Years Active

1980 - Present

Known For

Bill Diamond has been working in television production, puppet creation and animation for his entire career. He started his career working directly for the legendary Jim Henson at his New York office.

Bill created the Stuffin Puppets in the late 70's, worked on shows like “Stuffy’s Place” and “Bill Diamond's Land of the Moonshins" in the 80’s and created “Dr. Rock’s Dinosaur Adventure” for Fox Television in the 90’s.

Bill built and operated the puppets for the "Little Shop of Horrors" road tours that have traveled across the country since the 80’s.

Two-time Emmy award winner Bill Diamond's most recent accomplishments include creating the Tele and Aurora award winning “Monster TV Network” which reunites the classic horror monsters (in puppet form) in their very own show. He was also executive producer on the Rondo award winning “The Aurora Monsters: The Model Craze That Gripped The World” and the Rondo award nominated “Phantom of the Opera: Unmasking the Masterpiece”.

Bill is a faculty member of the Stan Winston School of Character Arts and the President of the Famous Witches Dungeon.


  • The Art of Producing


  • The Monster Show


Gallery of Work