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Comedians with disabilities

Comedians who have either physical, sensory or mental health related impairments, which are mentioned in their act. This includes recovering addicts

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Chris McCausland - blind
Francesca Martinez -  mild cerebral palsy
Graham Whistler - cerbral palsy
Jo Coffey - very short in height
Laurence Clark - severe cerebral palsy
Matt Hollins - bipolar disorder (manic depression)
Steve Day - deaf
Tanya Lee Davis - very short in height
Ted Shiress - mild cerebral palsy