Famous Dyslexics

Focus – A Game of Deception

By | February 27th, 2015|Art & Entertainment, Famous Dyslexics|

Rapper, musician, actor, intergalactic space agent and apocalyptic doctor, Will Smith(dyslexic) is back on our screens, this time as smooth talking con man Nicky Spurgeon in the movie Focus. This comedy action flick follows Nicky as [...]

Episode 8 – The Wildboy – Brando Yelavich

By | January 5th, 2015|Famous Dyslexics, Podcasts|

If captured early Dyslexia can be nurtured and the full potential of that Dyslexic can be fulfilled. If not the frustration and misunderstanding can manifest itself into something a bit more sinister. There is a large [...]

Alan Turing and The Imitation Game

By | December 12th, 2014|Art & Entertainment, Famous Dyslexics|

It seems like the British intelligence service is finally seeing the potential in dyslexics, but before you done your James Bond tux and bow tie, you might want to read on. In an article by The Independent, [...]

Dyslexic Interview Masterclass

By | November 14th, 2014|Art & Entertainment, Famous Dyslexics|

Before starting The Codpast, I’d been working as a corporate video producer. I was always behind the scenes and had no ambition to be in front of the camera or mic. To this day, trying to [...]

Top 10 Hottest Dyslexic Women

By | October 31st, 2014|Famous Dyslexics, Listmania, Videos|

Number 10: Alyssa Milano Milano began her acting career at the age of 8 and was the modelling influence of Ariel in The Little Mermaid. Best known for her part [...]

Episode 6 – King of Clubs – Peter Stringfellow

By | October 22nd, 2014|Famous Dyslexics, Podcasts|

Photo © Lorna Jane Newman Photography People are always using the phrase, ‘so and so’s lived the life’. I’ve used it in the past and now realise I’ve been using it out of context. [...]

Quentin’s Letter to a Fan

By | October 1st, 2014|Art & Entertainment, Famous Dyslexics|

People have wildly different views of Quentin Tarantino. Some see him as excessively violent, some see him as an idea thief and some have even accused him of being racist. Whatever you think of him, it’s [...]

The Princess Brother’s Speech

By | September 18th, 2014|Famous Dyslexics|

For many dyslexics, reading out loud in public is one of the cruelest forms of torture life has to offer. Many of us have flashbacks of being in an English class where a teacher has decided [...]

Steven Spielberg and Dyslexia

By | June 27th, 2014|Famous Dyslexics, News and Views|

Quinn Bradlee runs a fantastic learning differences blog in the US. One of the stand out features of his blog are his interviews. Quinn has a knack for tracking down some of the worlds most famous [...]

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