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Blake Leeper

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The office for Blake Leeper has asked that CTI not list them, give out pricing, information or availability. If you are interested in this celebrity only, please contact CTI directly and we can let you know the process needed to confirm a date with them.

Patrick Blake? Leeper

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Patrick “Blake” Leeper was born a bilateral below-the-knee amputee who began using prosthetics at the age of nine. Although born without legs Leeper didn’t let that stop him from becoming great. Upon obtaining a grant from Challenged Athletes Foundation for a pair of running prosthetics, Leeper found his passion. He competed in the Endeavor Games and the Paralympics Track and... read full bio

Anjali Forber-Pratt

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Anjali Forber-Pratt is an American wheelchair races who has competed in the Paralympic Games. Anjali was born in India, abandoned by her parents and soon after adopted when she was two. She had been diagnosed with transverse myelitis, which leaves her paralyzed from the waist, down. She went on to begin racing and soon started coaching with Adam Bleakney. She... read full bio

Stephen Wampler

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Stephen J. Wampler has cerebral palsy, thus one of the first things you'll notice about him is that he is in a wheelchair (CP). As you come to know Stephen better, you'll realize how little CP truly defines him. He has gained the skills necessary to not only survive but also excel in life despite his disability over the years.... read full bio

Mike Utley

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Mike Utley is a former professional football player, who was a member of the Detroit Lions. He was drafted into the NFL Draft in the third round. During his football career, Utley faced many challenges, as almost every year he was put on injury reserve. In his third year with the Lions, Mikes life was forever changed. During a game... read full bio

Jim Maclaren

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James E. MacLaren has survived two would-be fatal accidents. The first, at age 22, resulted in the loss of his left leg. The second, 10 years later, left Jim an incomplete quadriplegic. Each time Jim has used sheer force of will and awe-inspiring courage to come back, the first time to become the fastest amputee athlete in the world. Now,... read full bio

Anastasia Somoza

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Disability rights advocate Anastasia Somoza has been fighting for equality since she was nine. It all began when Anastasia asked President Bill Clinton to help mainstream her twin sister into the New York City public school system. Like Anastasia, her sister was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Thirteen years later, as a featured speaker at the Democratic National Convention, Anastasia was... 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

Bonner Paddock

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Bonner Paddock spent his entire life getting knocked down, suffering broken bones, and being told he was unable to perform certain things. He is the first person ever diagnosed with cerebral palsy to climb to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro without the assistance of a climbing aid, proving that everyone else is mistaken. It only took him eight days to... read full bio

Jim Ryun

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In 1993, world-famous track sensation Jim Ryun, who was the first high school athlete in the United States to run a mile in under four minutes, was the driving force behind the establishment of Better Hearing and Speech Month by the Council for Better Hearing and Speech. For nine years, Ryun held the world record for the mile with a... read full bio

Jim Kyte

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A former professional ice hockey player from Canada is named James G. Kyte. Kyte played 598 games in the National Hockey League (NHL), becoming the league's first (and only) legally deaf player. Kyte is the son of John Kyte, the Athlete-of-the-Half-Century at St. Francis Xavier University and a former outstanding athlete for Canada's universities. He is also Aynslee Kyte's brother,... 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

Mandy Young

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Mandy Young receives questions every day. But there isn't a simple solution. She's led a life that most people wouldn't pick. After 33 years of research, spending months at a time in hospitals, and discovering she is the only person in the world with her specific genetic problem (IRAK4). She wouldn't change a single day of the ups and downs... 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

Mark Herndon

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A drummer who is a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and who spent nearly three decades performing with the iconic band Alabama. He is still actively playing, producing music, and recording despite having been a part of the event in which Alabama was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It has been said that... 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

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

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

Ryan Neiswender

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Ryan Neiswender is a multifaceted person who has made outstanding progress as a Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Gold Medalist, World Champion, business executive, and disability inclusion campaigner. He is a true example of tenacity and excellence. Ryan was born on May 12, 1985, and his determination to overcome obstacles and break through boundaries has defined his road to becoming a renowned... read full bio

Travis Mills

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Travis Fieldyen Mills was a member of the United States Army before sustaining a severe injury when an improvised explosive device went off nearby. This resulted in him becoming a quadruple amputee, losing both legs and portions of his arms. Many have heard his story and find inspiration in his ability to find strength and positivity. The fact is, he’s... 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 Blake Leeper, Patrick Blake? Leeper, Anjali Forber-Pratt, Stephen Wampler, Mike Utley, Jim Maclaren, Anastasia Somoza, Charlene Tilton, Bonner Paddock, Jim Ryun, Jim Kyte, Deidre Downs, Mandy Young, Dr. Vinton Cerf, Mark Herndon, Ezra Frech, Eddie Ndopu, Brian Eisch, Ryan Neiswender, Travis Mills and more!