Famous Down Syndrome People

Down Syndrome
  • Stephane Ginnsz, actor (Duo)—In 1996 was first actor with Down syndrome in the lead part of a motion picture.
  • Max Lewis, actor (Notes on a Scandal).
  • Joey Moss, Edmonton Oilers locker room attendant
  • Isabella Pujols, adopted daughter of St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Albert Pujols and inspiration for the Pujols Family Foundation.
  • Paula Sage Scottish film actress and Special Olympics netball athlete. Her role in the 2003 film AfterLife brought her a BAFTA Scotland award for best first time performance and Best Actress in the Bratislava International Film Festival, 2004. Afterlife won the Audience Award at The Edinburgh Film Festival 2003. It also won Sage a role as Donna McCabe in BBC Scotland’s River City soap.
  • Judith Scott, artist.
  • Johnny Stallings, son of former University of Alabama head football coach Gene Stallings and subject of the book Another Season: A Coach’s Story of Raising an Exceptional Son. (ISBN 0767902556).
  • Miguel Tomasin, singer with Argentinian avant-rock band Reynols.
  • Chris Burke, American actor who portrayed “Corky Thatcher” on the television series Life Goes On and “Taylor” on Touched By An Angel.
  • Edward Barbanell, played Billy in 2005’s The Ringer.
  • Karen Gaffney, Swimmer, Inclusion Activist, Motivational Speaker and President of The Karen Gaffney Foundation.

This information is from Wikipedia.

11 responses

13 10 2009
9 03 2010

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11 03 2010

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19 03 2010

welcome :)

13 02 2011
miya williams

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14 06 2011
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14 06 2011

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29 06 2011

Good Article

9 09 2011

my little brother has downs!

22 11 2011

it almost makes me cry

12 01 2012
Alexis LaRaine Carlston

My son has downs…. I hate that people don’t think that people with downs can achieve what “normal” people can do. This proves them wrong

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