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Henry Butler

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Widely hailed as a pianist and vocalist both as a solo artist and with a variety of groups. Considered by many to be the premier exponent of the great New Orleans jazz and blues piano tradition, Henry Butler is equally respected for his versatile work as a composer and arranger in a broad range of genres, and as a... read full bio

Glenn Mcintyre

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Glenn McIntyre is a nationally renowned keynote speaker, trainer and consultant. McIntyre's trademark style of inspiring through problem solving is directly derived from his extensive knowledge of 504, ADA and Diversity issues. McIntyres life changed at an instant after he was hit by an impaired driver consequently leaving him a paraplegic. Nonetheless this passionate police officer continued his law enforcement... read full bio

Gene Stallings

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A successful NFL coach and accomplished college football athlete, Gene Stallings is also a distinguished author and well-known advocator for the developmentally disabled. His diverse background in professional football certifies him to be one of the most informed and educated coaches of his time. Stallings success has earned him numerous awards and has been inducted into the College Football Hall... read full bio

Frank Miles

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Comedian Frank Miles, has thrilled Las Vegas audiences for over a decade with his feats as a juggler and magician, found himself with some unique new material, after being pronounced dead following a hang gliding accident. Most recently Frank brought attitude to an audition for Americas Got Talent. When emergency room doctors gave him a second chance at life, he... read full bio

Ezra Frech

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Ezra Frech, a successful athlete and in-demand motivational speaker, was born without his left knee and shin bone, as well as with just one finger on his left hand. He also has congenital limb differences. Since he was 11 months old, Ezra has used a prosthetic leg and at the age of 4, he started using a running blade. When Ezra was... read full bio

Emily Perl Kingsley

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Ms. Kingsley is a devoted supporter of people with Down syndrome and a renowned lecturer on the topics of mental retardation and the rights of people with disabilities. She has committed her life to promoting inclusivity and spreading awareness as the loving mother of a kid with Down syndrome. Ms. Kingsley was appointed to the National Down Syndrome Congress's Board of... read full bio

Eddie Ndopu

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Eddie Ndopu, who TIME Magazine called "one of the most powerful disabled people on the globe," is best known for his human rights activism in favor of putting disability justice at the top of the global development agenda. Eddie is a thought leader and a proponent of social fairness, sustainability and disability-based creativity. He is an award-winning and widely respected humanitarian,... read full bio

Dr. Vinton Cerf

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In addition to Bob Kahn, who also co-developed TCP/IP, Vinton Gray Cerf is regarded as one of "the fathers of the Internet" and an American Internet pioneer. The National Medal of Technology, the Turing Award, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Marconi Prize, and membership in the National Academy of Engineering are just a few of the honorary degrees and... read full bio

Denzel & Pauletta Washington

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Denzel Washington has earned fame and fortune, not to mention two Oscars. But Washington and his wife Pauletta are more proud of helping people make a difference. To that end the Washington’s are long-time members of The Brain Trust, which supports the research of the Maxine Dunitz Neurosurgical Institute at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. For over five years... read full bio

Deidre Downs

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Deidre Downs, who won the title of Miss America in 2005, is currently working as a national spokesperson for the Better Hearing Institute to raise awareness about the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of hearing loss, particularly in children. Her goal is to persuade the 31 million people in the United States who suffer from hearing loss about the importance of... read full bio

Dartanyon Crockett

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Dartanyon Crockett, who was born with Leber's disease and grew up in a poor neighborhood in Cleveland, Ohio, has defied all expectations to become a Paralympic judo world champion. Due to the fact that Dartanyon's mother passed away when he was eight years old and his father battled a drug and alcohol addiction, wrestling was a crucial part of his... read full bio

Clay Aiken, Speaker

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Clay Aiken is an American pop singer who began his rise to fame on the second season of the television program American Idol. RCA Records offered him a recording contract, and his multi-platinum debut album Measure of a Man was released in 2003. He released four more albums on the RCA label: Merry Christmas with Love, A Thousand Different Ways,... read full bio

Clay Aiken

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Since coming to national attention on the second season of American Idol — where he was the unexpected runner up, only to become the biggest selling male artist the show has ever featured, Clay Aiken has evolved into a versatile and beloved popular entertainer. He has toured eleven times, written a New York Times bestselling memoir, sold more than six... read full bio

Chris Ulmer

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Christopher Ulmer is a passionate disability-rights advocate, former special education teacher, YouTuber, and the founder of the non-profit organization Special Books by Special Kids. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Ulmer attended Upper Moreland High School before enrolling in Pennsylvania State University where he majored in media effects. He later received a master's degree in special education from the University... read full bio

Chris Fonseca

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Chris Fonseca has done stand-up on the tube, The Late Show with David Letterman, Arsenio, SHOWTIMEs Latino Laugh Festival, among other shows. Despite being born with Cerebral Palsy, Fonseca has no chip on his shoulder. He sees himself as did the Montreal Gazzette, as a comedian who happens to have Cerebral Palsy. Among various charitable efforts, in 1998 Chris established... read full bio

Chris Burke

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Chris Burke has become best known for his character Charles Corky" Thatcher on the television series Life Goes On. Burke has Down Syndrome, and his parents were told to institutionalize him when he was born, but they decided to raise him at home and nurture his talents. He was encouraged to follow his career objectives no matter how untraditional they... read full bio

Chelsea Bear

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Chelsea is a South Florida native who has built an impressive career as a content creator and disability advocate. Her journey began when she was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at the age of three, after years of doctor visits and medical tests. Despite the challenges that come with living with a disability, Chelsea has thrived in both her personal and professional... read full bio

Charlene Tilton

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Charlene Tilton is best known for her role as Lucy Ewing in Dallas, a popular television series. Tilton has also starred in other television series and films, including Happy Days, Freaky Friday, and Big Wednesday. Apart from acting, Tilton is also a singer. She released several tracks, including a dance-pop hit titled C’est La Vie, which reached number one in... read full bio

Carmen Apelgren

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Carmen Apelgren was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa at the age of seven. Eventually, she lost her eyesight. As a Theater and Dance major, Apelgren was a performer at hearta singer, dancer, actress, playwriter, ad songwriter. After leading a life as an artist, Apelgren joined the staff at the Braille Institute in Los Angeles as the institutes Community Relations Coordinator. She... read full bio

Brian Eisch

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Wisconsin-native Brian Eisch enlisted in the Army as an infantryman at the age of 17. Over the course of his 20-year service, he held a variety of duty posts including those of Scout, Senior Scout, Radio Telephone Operator, Team Leader, Squad Leader, Instructor, Drill Sergeant and Platoon Sergeant. Following Brian throughout his deployment during the war in Afghanistan and documenting the affects it... read full bio

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Celebrity Talent International is a booking agent to help you hire disabilities speakers for corporate functions, business or private parites, fairs or festivals, weddings, speaking engangments, print or online advertising campaigns, media events, endorsements, fundraisers, or appearances. Contact CTI by calling 725-228-5100 today or submitting a request in order to book talent like Henry Butler, Glenn Mcintyre, Gene Stallings, Frank Miles, Ezra Frech, Emily Perl Kingsley, Eddie Ndopu, Dr. Vinton Cerf, Denzel & Pauletta Washington, Deidre Downs, Dartanyon Crockett, Clay Aiken, Speaker, Clay Aiken, Chris Ulmer, Chris Fonseca, Chris Burke, Chelsea Bear, Charlene Tilton, Carmen Apelgren, Brian Eisch and more!