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Huge Step Forward For Actors With Disabilities: British Children’s TV Network Introduces New Host With Down Syndrome

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The United Kingdom-based BBC children’s channel has introduced a new presenter for its CBeebies House program. A groundbreaking move as the talented actor 20-year-old George Webster has Down Syndrome.

Hoping to inspire children across the nation, he wants them to: “Enjoy every moment and take every opportunity as it comes.”

Unfortunately due to copyright restrictions, the programming is not available in the United States.

Watch the announcement below:

Trevor Decker




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