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Consider: A touch of suburban evil. A son struggling with physical disability: Walter White Jr. Mitte suffered from cerebral palsy; in Fargo , young Charlie Gerhardt Allan Dobrescu copes with a crippling, as-yet-unnamed condition that resembles muscular dystrophy.
A Bob Odenkirk past. He was a founding father of Breaking Bad and the first Fargo , playing a deputy in 10 episodes. Location as character.
New Mexico played as big a role as any character in Breaking Bad , much like Minnesota deserves a screen credit in Fargo. The death bell. The director noticed the man had only one hand, had it splashed with fake blood, and reshot the scene with him.
In the film If A Tree Falls , multiple deaf characters who played supporting and background characters are portrayed by real-life deaf actors. It is the first movie of the s ever to have actual deaf actors cast in the film.
Similarly, Dawn of the Dead used several real-life amputees to make some particularly noteworthy zombies, including the Asian man with a chewed off arm that tries to fight his way through the door and the legless zombie that swings across the ceiling pipes monkey-bar style to pounce on one of the survivors. Rain Man , similar to I Am Sam and Cuckoo's Nest see above where many autistic extras were used, though the main autistic character, Raymond Babitt, was of course played by neurotypical actor Dustin Hoffman.
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers , the Battle of Helm's Deep features a quick shot of a soldier turning his head toward the camera to reveal an empty eye socket.
From IMDb : "The performer who played him showed up as an extra, wearing an eye patch; director Peter Jackson politely asked to see what was under the patch and then inquired if the gentleman would be interested in appearing in the film sans eye patch. In X-Men: Days of Future Past , Peter Dinklage plays the X-Men villain Bolivar Trask. In the original comics, the character didn't have dwarfism; but Dinklage's audition was just so good that he got cast due to Ability over Appearance , making it an example of Initially Able-Bodied Character, Disabled Actor.
Baby Driver cast deaf actor CJ Jones as Baby's deaf foster father Joseph. In A Quiet Place , deaf child actress Millicent Simmonds plays a deaf girl. Unfriended: Dark Web : Amaya, who's deaf, was played by Stephanie Nogueras, who really is deaf.
In the TV film adaptation of the Jacqueline Wilson novel Dustbin Baby , both the character of Poppy and the actress who plays her, Lizzy Clark, have Asperger syndrome.
Shortly after the film's release, Clark's mother began the Don't Play Me, Pay Me campaign, which encouraged disabled actors to play characters with the same disabilities. She has compared non-disabled actors playing disabled characters to blackface, and Clark herself has stated: "It is not just mentally disabled actors who lose out when non-disabled people are employed to act them.
Audiences think they are getting an authentic portrayal of a mentally disabled person, but they're not. It's not like putting on a different accent or learning what it was like to be raised in a different era. You can't understand what it is like to have a mental disability unless you've really lived with it. When non-disabled people try to portray us, they tend to fall back on stereotypes that have done our community so much harm in the past.
An in-universe example: In the novel Dream Park by Larry Niven , Jerry Pournelle, and Stephen Barnes, during the course of an amazingly elaborate Live Action Roleplaying Game that utilizes high-tech special effects, the players encounter among other things a one-armed, one-legged zombie played by a one-legged, one-armed actress. Live-Action TV. He shared some ASL, but his hearing aid never came up in conversation.
Pictured: Christopher Reeve 's appearances as Doctor Virgil Swann on Smallville. Even earlier than that, Reeve appeared in a TV Movie remake of Alfred Hitchcock 's Rear Window.
His last film role before he was paralyzed Above Suspicion , ironically had inverted this trope; playing a man who faked the condition the real-life accident happened only five days after the film premiered Shoshannah Stern plays deaf hunter Eileen Leahy on Supernatural. Ellis's lab has access ramps, lower counters, and examination tables, and is built to "little person" scale, something once remarked upon by Lennie Briscoe. Geri Jewell, who played Jewel on Deadwood and Geri on The Facts of Life , actually has cerebral palsy.
Robert Morgan, who played Butchie on The Wire , is actually blind. The only difference is that Morgan lost his sight to macular degeneration while Butchie lost it to a gunshot wound.
Corky from Life Goes On had Down syndrome, as did Chris Burke, the actor who portrayed him. Darryl Mitchell: paraplegic in real life as well as on Ed and Brothers.
Actor Michael Patrick Thornton, who is partially paralyzed and uses a wheelchair regularly though he can walk for short distances , can regularly be seen playing a doctor who just happens to be in a wheelchair on Private Practice.
Sue Thomas: F. Eye , based on the true story of a deaf FBI agent, features numerous deaf actors playing deaf characters. Heroes would later cast Deanne Bray as the deaf character Emma, with her power of enhanced synesthesia being tied into her disability. Grandma Esther Walton was depicted as suffering a stroke on The Waltons , after Ellen Corby, the actress who played her, suffered one in This was because the actor playing Deakins, Jamey Sheridan, was actually suffering through a bout of Bell's Palsy and was forced to wear an eyepatch.
She becomes pregnant after being tricked into having sex by her boss she doesn't understand what's going on - he tells her it's "exercise" and her mother sheltered her enough that she didn't know better. She wants to keep the baby, but her mother fears she isn't mentally capable of raising a child. While Andrea Fay Friedman who plays Katie does have Down syndrome, her mentally handicapped boyfriend is played by a non-disabled actor. Both played straight and subverted with two-shot character Amy Soleway, portrayed by deaf actress Marlee Matlin.
Breaking Bad : RJ Mitte has mild cerebral palsy in real life. Walt Jr. CSI : Robert David Hall, who lost his legs in when an wheeler crushed his car, played coroner Dr. Al Robbins. His character's legs were lost when he was hit by a drunk driver; both Hall and Robbins walk using prosthetics and a cane.
Deanne Bray played the head of a school for the deaf and Grissom's ex-girlfriend in "Sounds of Silence. Grissoms," Marlee Matlin played a professor at an institute for the deaf.
CSI: NY : Grant Albrecht, who played wheelchair-user Dr. Leonard Giles in five season 1 episodes, has a spinal cord condition that leaves him reliant on crutches or a wheelchair himself. In "Silent Night," Marlee Matlin played a deaf mother whose deaf daughter was murdered by the girl's deaf boyfriend played by Russell Harvard, who is also deaf. Bryan Anderson, who lost three limbs in the Iraqi War, played a triple amputee in the season 4 episode, "DOA for a Day.
Star Trek: The Next Generation featured an episode called " Loud as a Whisper ," about a deaf mediator named Riva. The actor who portrayed Riva, Howie Seago, was actually deaf. He suggested the resolution after the initial script had a quite different ending, which had Riva learning to speak overnight after being unable to use a translator. Star Trek: Discovery : A Starfleet officer in a wheelchair well, hoverchair made background appearances in several first- and second-season episodes.
He is played by wheelchair-using actor George Alevizos. From " There is a Tide This is an interesting case of Written-In Infirmity since Mitchell had played a number of non-disabled characters in the first season before his ALS was diagnosed.
The producers created the character of Aurellio to retain his talents. In the Monk episode "Mr. Monk Gets a New Shrink," when Dr. Kroger throws in the towel and quits his profession after his cleaning lady is killed in his office, Monk is redirected to a colleague of Dr. Kroger's, Dr. Jonah Sorensen, who has an amputated right arm as the consequence of a boating accident though Dr. Kroger appears unaware of this, given that in a later scene he states "I heard he lost some weight". Sorensen's actor is an actual amputee, and the idea as to what kind of physical abnormality he should have was Tony Shalhoub 's.
Actor Mitch Longley was paralyzed in a car accident his senior year in high school. Despite this, he went on to be a very successful actor, with roles on several TV shows and Soap Operas , including one where he played a physician. He was written as "normally" as possible. Any difficulties in mobility were also incorporated into the show; a narrow-minded supervisor was reluctant to let him participate in a surgical rotation, and he was given a groundbreaking storyline in which his character embarked on a romance with another — it was made clear that his injuries had not affected his sexual abilities.
I'm hoping that in a few years, it won't even be an issue for me as an actor because it will be so commonplace. Pro Wrestling. Professional wrestler Gregory Iron genuinely has cerebral palsy. Professional wrestler Zack Gowen lost his left leg to cancer at the age of eight.
He usually wrestles without a prosthetic. The BBC Radio 4 sitcom Abled is written by and stars Lee "Lost Voice Guy" Ridley, and is "semi-autobiographic". Ridley's character Matt has the same cerebral palsy he does, and likewise uses an iPad to speak. Although it also stars able-bodied actor Andrew Hayden-Smith as Matt's "inner voice". Patch the Pirate stars Ron Hamilton, who lost an eye due to cancer and came up with the idea of a pirate character who would similarly wear an eye patch.
This trope is discussed in-universe and played with in Martin McDonagh 's The Cripple of Inishmaan , where the disabled main character attempts to get cast in a film about a crippled boy.
He doesn't get the part because the filmmakers would rather "cast a normal fella who can act crippled, than a crippled fella who can't act at all. He was even once cast in a production of Julius Caesar as Octavius and performed the entire part from his wheelchair, which the rest of the cast simply pretended was not there. The revival of Spring Awakening reimagines about half the characters as deaf and cast actual Deaf actors to portray them with separate performers singing and speaking their lines on their behalf, with the entire show simultaneously performed in American Sign Language.
The revival cast also includes Ali Stroker, the first Broadway performer to be in a wheelchair. Deaf Broadway actor Joshua Castille, who debuted as Ernst in the aforementioned Deaf West production of Spring Awakening , went on to play deaf teenager Billy in Nina Raine's Tribes , and Quasimodo in the 5th Avenue Theatre production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame , the latter's singing voice being provided by EJ Cardona.
Castille also portrayed a deaf Romeo in ACT's adaptation of Romeo and Juliet , along with fellow deaf actor Howie Seago playing Friar Laurence. Of the four characters in Cost of Living , one has cerebral palsy and the other is a quadriplegic. The original production featured an actor with cerebral palsy and an actress born without her lower legs as the quadriplegic. Web Videos. In the web series, The Guild , both the character of Venom and the actress who portrays her, Teal Sherer, are paraplegic.
The Irish Short Film Nobody's Perfect is about autism. Ironically he had to be coached on how to do the meltdown the way the director wanted the director Joseph Stephen Fuller himself is autistic. Western Animation. In the My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic episode "Trade Ya", one of the vendors in the Chain of Deals plot is a pegasus character with his legs fitted into something similar to "Walkin' Wheels".
The character is voiced by a young fan with spinal muscular atrophy, and this was the result of a Make-a-Wish charity effort. Family Guy : In the episode "Extra Large Medium", Chris dates Ellen, a girl with Down syndrome. Ellen was voiced by Andrea Fay Friedman, who has Down syndrome in real life. Peter's deaf co-worker Stella is voiced by deaf actress Marlee Matlin. Porky Pig was originally voiced by Joe Dougherty, who suffered from an actual stutter.
He was eventually replaced when the stutter made recording too difficult. His replacement, Mel Blanc , reproduced the stutter, and it has since become one of Porky's defining characteristics.
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Oct 26, · A son struggling with physical disability: Walter White Jr. (R.J. Mitte) suffered from cerebral palsy; in Fargo, young Charlie Gerhardt (Allan Dobrescu) copes with a crippling, as-yet-unnamed condition that resembles muscular dystrophy. A Bob Odenkirk past. Nov 26, · Si Allan Dobrescu lance cette phrase au début de son entretien avec Le Devoir, ce n’est pas du tout parce qu’il a honte d’avoir grandi à Loretteville, en banlieue de la ville de Québec. C. 在 TikTok 上發現與Allan Dobrescu有關的短片。 查看以下創作者的熱門內容：Alin Dobrescu(@alindobrescu93), Carla(@carlaxdobrescu), Marian Dobrescu(@mariandobrescu19), Ana Dobrescu (@tmntana), dobrescu__(@dobrescu_____)。 探索帶有以下標籤的最新影片：#lucasdobre, #lucusdobre, #dylanobrienscutenose, #dylanobrienscute, #dylanobrienscuteno, #ellabuscando。.
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