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I was dyslexic, I had no understanding of schoolwork whatsoever. I certainly would have failed IQ tests. And it was one of the reasons I left school when I was 15 years old. And if I - if I'm not interested in something, I don't grasp it.
I'd like to help other kids with dyslexia, because I'm dyslexic. It was very hard, and I know that what I went through, other kids are going through.
I am severely dyslexic, so I'm not the person who can do a lot of typing, writing and mathematics. I don't excel in anything except in things that had to do with creativity and things with my hands. I like to build things and take things apart.
I have to work extra hard because I am dyslexic. People said that I couldn't be an actress, but I'm proving them wrong. Acting has helped me overcome the challenge.
I'm dyslexic, I have attention-deficit disorder, and I've got something like a hereditary tremor.
I said, 'I'm going to the United States to study with Stella Adler and do movies because nobody here has done it and my passion is films.' But I came here and I didn't speak English, I didn't have a green card, I didn't know I had to have an agent, I couldn't drive, I was dyslexic.
There are so many artists that are dyslexic or learning disabled, it's just phenomenal. There's also an unbelievably high proportion of artists who are left-handed, and a high correlation between left-handedness and learning disabilities.
An incredibly high percentage of successful entrepreneurs are dyslexic. That's one of the little-known facts.
I have a driver in London because I am slightly dyslexic and cannot drive in the U.K.; after all, the traffic runs the opposite way to that in the United States.
Now, where does my comedy come from, like, as a human being? Yeah, when I was a kid I was dyslexic and had to go to special-ed every day and felt stupid about that and got very witty to defend myself.
The one advantage of being dyslexic is that you are never tempted to look back and idealise your childhood.
I don't want anyone to feel they can't achieve their ambitions if they are dyslexic.
I was dyslexic - was, still am - 'cause I would see words that weren't there. And people just started laughing, and I thought, well, this is a good way to make a living. I'll just go downtown to read and have people laugh, you know?
I wasn't dyslexic, I was just very slow. I passed my time daydreaming.
So I'm half deaf - and dyslexic. How about that? Nobody's perfect, and I'm proud of my defects.
I picked up reading late because I grew up dyslexic. When I went to college, a friend who was a big reader got me started on a number of writers, including Hemingway.
I was dyslexic, so I was put in the silly class at school.
Being dyslexic, I was told that I was an idiot all the time.
I've been dyslexic and had Attention Deficit Disorder at some time in my life. I still read with a highlighter, but I've always loved to read.
I was dyslexic before anybody knew what dyslexia was. I was called 'slow'. It's an awful feeling to think of yourself as 'slow' - it's horrible.
I was dyslexic, so math and formulas were not necessarily my strong suit.
James Van Der Beek
I'm quite dyslexic in school. My dad let me figure out what I wanted to do on my own. My parents never really lecture me.
Georgia May Jagger
I'm quite dyslexic in school.
I was very active but I was dyslexic and had a really hard time at school.
That said, being dyslexic, I wasn't a great reader when I was kid.
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