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When playing golf, he was asked what his handicap was, and he answered, 'I'm a one-eyed jewish n*****!'
He lost his left eye in a car accident on November 19th, 1954. The accident resulted in his conversion to Judaism.
He lost part of his leg in a motorcycle accident. He was able to resume his career after being fitted with an artificial lower leg.
As a child, Seal had a major problem with stuttering. He was able to work around it and eventually become an amazing singer.
: Discoid lupus of the face
Leading to scarring of the face.
The lead singer, Brian Aubert, has a lazy eye which is the inspiration for their #1 song "Lazy-Eye"
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Steven Wilson: Depression
Wilson has suffered from deep depression. Many Porcupine Tree songs are about depression and medication.
He has been quoted as having said "Just because a man lacks the use of his eyes doesn't mean he lacks vision."
Stevie Wonder was blind since birth, but he intended to rise above his disability by having three Grammys for Album of the Year.
Susan Magdalene Boyle, of Scotland, had been told as a child that she was brain-injured, but she has always had higher than mean-average intelligence. She recently learned that she has Asperger's disorder--it should REALLY be called "Asperger's CONDITION." I have it too, but IT does NOT have ME--OR her.
According to a number of sources, Syd Barrett was already suffering from schizophrenia before getting involved with LSD. The resulting meltdown got him kicked out of Pink Floyd and left him unable to perform music, hold a job or live a normal, independent life until his death in 2006, aged 60.
That's what this New York Doll has had all his life.
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