Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Series-Disabled Legend Stanley Kubrick

Stanley Kubrick was born on 26 July,1928 and died on 7 March, 1999. Stanley Kubrick was an influential and acclaimed film director and producer considered among the greatest of the 20th century. Stanley’s father taught him chess at the age twelve; the game remained a life-long obsession. When Stanley was 13 years old, Jacques Kubrick bought him a Graflex camera, triggering Kubrick’s fascination with still photography. Stanley was also interested in jazz, attempting a brief career as a drummer. In 1951, Stanley’s friend, Alex Singer, persuaded him to start making short documentaries for the March of Time, a provider of newsreels to movie theaters. Stanley agreed, and independently financed Day of the Fight (1951). Although the distributor went out of business that year, Stanley sold Day of the Fight to RKO Pictures for a profit of one hundred dollars.

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Tourettes Syndrome Series-Disabled Legend Michael Wolff

Michael Wolff was born on 19 September, 1954 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Michael is an American jazz pianist, composer, and actor. Wolff is the leader of a jazz band, Michael Wolff and Impure Thoughts, which features Indian tabla player Badal Roy, drummer Mike Clark and electric bassist John B. Williams. Wolff has Tourette syndrome he serves on the Board of Directors of the Tourette Syndrome Association (TSA), and is involved with mentoring children with Tourette’s through the chapters of the TSA.

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