Henry Holden is the founder of Performers with Disabilities for the Screen Actors Guild, he was bestowed with the honor of receiving the Joseph P. Riley Award for his unwavering commitment to work toward the inclusion of persons with disabilities in media. He is also the very first recipient of the American Scene Award for his work in a music video. Henry produced an award winning documentary called "Look Whose Laughing", a comedy showcase which featured comedians with disabilities, including his own show "God Walks On Crutches".
Disability in Media Everywhere (DIME) is an advocacy organization with one mission - to increase the representation of actors with disabilities in all areas of the mass media. As you know, film, television and theater play an enormous role in molding attitudes toward people with disabilities.