The woman behind the Mulligrubs face, Diana Kidd, has come forward revealing how she became one of the biggest children's television stars of the 90's. Kidd told the Herald Sun that she received a call from the show's producer and the rest is history. "It turns out that the show's associate producer knew of me because we had both been at Flinders University doing drama at the same time," said Kidd.
"They needed someone who could be expressive through their eyes and their nose and their mouth which were the only parts of the body that were visible." Photo: Supplied/YouTube
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