Who is the most famous person with cerebral palsy? Josh Blue tops our list. Blue is a stand up comedian who has been featured on several TV shows including “Last Comic Standing.” He frequently makes fun of his experiences with cerebral palsy during his act. Blue is also an athlete. He participated in the 2004 U.S. Paralympic soccer team.
“Breaking Bad” actor RJ Mitte has cerebral palsy. Mitte's character Walter White Jr. also has cerebral palsy and uses crutches to help him walk. Mitte has a mild form of cerebral palsy so he himself does not require the crutches. Many famous people with cerebral palsy have become motivational speakers including Anne McDonald and Geri Jewell.
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RJ Mitte has a mild version of cerebral palsy, as does the character he is most famous for playing, Walter White Jr. on "Breaking Bad."
Birthplace: Lafayette, Louisiana, United States of America
Credits: Breaking Bad, Step Up Revolution, Pilot, House of Last Thingssee more on RJ Mitte
Comedian Josh Blue has cerebral palsy, and he basis much of his self deprecating humor on his disorder. After becoming the "Last Comic Standing," Blue was featured on "Mind of Mencia" and "The Ellen Degeneres Show."
Profession: Sculptor, Painter, Television producer, Film Producer, Screenwriter, + more
Credits: Mind of Mencia, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List, Feast 3: The Happy Finish, Cashsee more on Josh Blue
Christy Brown was an author and painter who was born with cerebral palsy. His autobiography "My Left Foot" was the basis for an Academy Award winning film that starred Daniel Day-Lewis.
Age: Died at 49 (1932-1981)
Birthplace: Crumlin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Profession: Painter, Writer
Credits: My Left Footsee more on Christy Brown
Anne McDonald was an author and advocate for individuals with communication disabilities. She developed cerebral palsy as the result of a birth injury.
Age: Died at 49 (1961-2010)
Birthplace: Seymour, Australia
Credits: Annie's Coming Outsee more on Anne McDonald