Ask me a question, and I’ll give you an answer. I think you’ll find that’s how it normally works! Be as serious or as silly as you like.
I love listening to music and discovering new music. I’m really into indie. I also watch Netflix far too much, my favourite show at the moment is House Of Cards. I’ve also recently re-watched 24 and Prison Break.
Sorry but my DVD does not have subtitles. Now that you’ve mentioned it I will look to include them on future DVDs though.
I started out in a disabled Steps tribute band, we were called Ramps. That was a bit of an uphill struggle.
I imagine he’s very honoured…..
When I’m on stage doing my comedy, I use a great iPad app called Proloquo2Go. I also sometimes use Proloquo4Text. Find out more at http://www.assistiveware.com
Of course, all the disableds live in a big house on Special Street (just behind Pigeon Street, FYI). Just this morning I was talking to that blind bloke off the BBC news.
Like some sort of fucked up superhero, I can change my voice to many different ones. This is especially handy on Tuesdays when I cross dress and sound like a lady or on Thursdays when I entrap paedophiles by sounding like a young Michael Jackson.
Via the medium of dance. Think Strictly Come Dancing crossed with Give Us A Clue and you’ll have an idea.
I was speechless!
I was very ill when I was a baby and ended up with meningitis. When I woke up, it wasn’t just all a dream, and I’ve had a disability called Cerebral Palsy ever since. It affects people in different ways but, for me, it meant losing the ability to speak. It isn’t all bad though…….oh, wait, it is………