Appeared on the premiere television program "Animal Fair" on November 8, 1950. Emcee Jack McCoy and organist Gaylord Carter
. The show featured children with unusual pets who in turn received prizes for the most interesting.
2 Biographical Movies |
2 Print Biographies |
1 Portrayal |
1 Interview |
Fairie | the Gentlemaniacs
3' 9" (1.14 m)
Did You Know?
That's where it starts and sometimes finishes. My parents never told me I was small, so I never knew any better. They had to sign for me to play football and basketball, but they never said, "No, you can't. You're too small." I'm not the only one who has proved little people can get along in a big world. There are other little people out there who are doctors, lawyers, school teachers, electronics...
He was a noted crusader for the greater public knowledge and social acceptance of dwarfs and was angered at his contemporary with a similar condition, Hervé Villechaize
, for hampering his efforts by publicly insisting that he (Villechaize) was a midget instead.
High-pitched gravelly voice