The comedian Stella Young passed away at age 32, this age of death has to be considered too young. What was the cause of death? Below is all you want to know regarding the death of Stella Young and more!
Biography - A Short Wiki
Famous for her Melbourne International Comedy Festival award-winning show Tales from the Crip, she is also remembered for her popular 2014 TED talk “I’m Not Your Inspiration, Thank You Very Much.”
After earning a journalism degree from Deakin University, Geelong, and an education diploma from the University of Melbourne, she worked for the Melbourne Museum and presented a disability-themed local television program called No Limits.
She was wheelchair-bound as the result of a congenital disorder known as osteogenesis imperfecta.
How did Stella Young die?
|Cause of death
|Age of death
|February 24, 1982
|December 6, 2014
|Place of death
|Place of burial
Quotes by Stella Young
"I tend not to think about living to some grand old age. Then again, I don't think about dying, either."Stella Young
"The sentiment of those suggesting the Olympics and Paralympics be combined is no doubt well intentioned. But it also echoes the myth that disabled people want to be other than what we are - that we'd like nothing more than to be 'allowed in' with the able-bodied competitors."Stella Young
"We think we know what it's all about; we think that disability is a really simple thing, and we don't expect to see disabled people in our daily lives."Stella Young
"We all learn how to use the bodies we're born with, or learn to use them in an adjusted state, whether those bodies are considered disabled or not."Stella Young
"We often hear that people mean well: that so many just don't how to interact with people with disabilities. They're unsure of the 'right' reaction, so they default to condescension that makes them feel better in the face of their discomfort."Stella Young