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What’s Your Limp?
Jordan Ross, a differently-abled actor with Cerebral Palsy & Scoliosis, interviews actors, artists, athletes and other public figures about their insecurities, struggles and coping mechanisms. Everyone has a limp, whether it’s physical or internal. Even your heroes.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 122 ratings
Fantastic insights and lessons from those in performing arts careers. Jordan Walker Ross does an outstanding job of authentically connecting with his guests and allowing us to see into the lives of our favorite artists.
My FASTer Way Journey via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/09/22
Thank you so much!
Love your podcast. It speaks to me on so many levels. 1-Barry Corbin—my husband is from Lamesa ♥️. (And They should make a sequel to Urban Cowboy. Whatever became of Bud and Sissy??? Lol) 2-a limp. Covid pneumonia ravaged my body and left me so very weak. I’ve fallen 5 times and it messed up my...Read full review »
HaysSmith via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/07/22
Awesome podcasts
Love these podcasts. Very heartfelt & enlightening.
PhanNan211 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/15/22
Recent Episodes
This is arguably our most emotional episode yet. Influencer and mother Kate Hudson joined Jordan to talk about her daughter Eliza, who tragically passed away in 2021 from childhood cancer. Kate has had the strength and courage to share her experiences, coping mechanisms and memories in an...
Published 09/19/22
Published 09/06/22
In the latest episode of What's Your Limp? Jordan chats with actor/model/filmmaker Emily Ruhl. Emily, a fellow Texas, opened up about her journey as a child/teen model, how she transitioned to acting and how she eventually ventured into filmmaking. She also gets candid about some of the...
Published 09/06/22
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