Actors with disabilities want to expand roles

10/6/2008 | NYTimes.com

Just 2% of people depicted on television and in movies have disabilities, and Hollywood must work to make the industry more reflective of society, says "CSI" actor Robert David Hall, who uses prosthetics. "We are virtually invisible," said Hall, who chairs a joint union committee of people with disabilities.

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