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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

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

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

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

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

Nick Vujicic

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Nicholas Vujicic is an evangelist, author, and motivational speaker that truly inspires people with his story. Vujicic’s challenges started when he was born with tetra-amelia syndrome. The syndrome is characterized by being born with all four limbs missing. Not only did Nick have to deal with the typical challenges of school and adolescence; he also struggled with depression and loneliness... read full bio

Jesse Billauer

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Jesse Billauer is a well-known surfer from Pacific Palisades, California. Billauer suffered an accident at the age of 17 on March 25, 1996, hitting his head on a shallow sandbar after being knocked off his surfboard by a wave. The force broke his neck, severing his spinal cord at the C6 level and instantly rendered him a quadriplegic. Doctors told... read full bio

Vendela Kirsebom

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Vendela Kirsebom, a Swedish model who possesses a wide range of skills, signed with the Ford agency when she was just a teenager. She was a model in both Europe and the United States for Revlon, Elizabeth Arden, and a great number of other brands. In 1993, she became even more famous after appearing on the cover of the annual... read full bio

Patrick Kennedy

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Making Mental Health an Essential Health: My Journey Patrick J. Kennedy had a strong belief that mental health should be a top concern for the country from the beginning of his career in public service. The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008 stands out from the others after 16 years in Congress and the passage of innumerable... read full bio

Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson

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She not only excelled in the Paralympics but also won the London Wheelchair Marathon six times. Baroness Tanni has since become a well-known figure in public life and an outspoken advocate for the rights of people with disabilities. Currently, she holds the positions of Chair of ukactive, Chancellor of Northumbria University, Non-Executive Director of the BBC, Board Member of Transport for... read full bio

John McGinley

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John McGinley is most notable for his roles as Perry Cox in Scrubs, Bob Slydell in Office Space, and Sergeant Red O'Neill in Oliver Stone's Platoon. He has also written and produced for television and film. Apart from acting, McGinley is also an author and a spokesperson for the National Down Syndrome Society.... read full bio

Neal Baer

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The office for Neal Baer 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.

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

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

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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 Denzel & Pauletta Washington, Chelsea Bear, Chris Ulmer, Clay Aiken, Clay Aiken, Speaker, Nick Vujicic, Jesse Billauer, Vendela Kirsebom, Patrick Kennedy, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, John McGinley, Neal Baer, Travis Mills, Mike Utley, Jim Maclaren, Anastasia Somoza, Charlene Tilton, Bonner Paddock, Jim Ryun, Jim Kyte and more!