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Danny Woodburn is a veteran actor of stage and screen with over two dozen films and more than 140 television appearances, perhaps best known for Mickey Abbott, Kramer’s volatile friend on “Seinfeld.” Danny graduated from Temple University’s School of Communications and Theater, and received their 2001 Alumni Achievement Award. He is also well known as an activist, speaker and acting teacher, who raises awareness about disability as part of diversity inclusion in society and the media, with articles and interviews in internationally recognized press outlets. He recently co-authored The Ruderman White Paper on Employment of People with Disabilities in Television. As co-vice chair of SAG-AFTRA PWD Committee he negotiated the SAG-AFTRA/AMPTP Joint Task Force to further the inclusion of PWDs. In 2009 he received congressional recognition via the Disability Rights Legal Center’s DREAM Award (Disability Rights in Entertainment Arts and Media). In 2010, he received SAG’s Harold Russell Award.
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