Joined by some of his castmates, Zack Weinstein of “Glee” presented the series’ talented casting directors—Robert J. Ulrich, Eric Dawson, and Carol Kritzer—with the Casting Society of America’s award for diverse casting of performers with disabilities.
Atticus Shaffer of ABC’s “The Middle” accepted the RJ Mitte Award for a young actor with a disability.
“Breaking Bad” creator Vince Gilligan (left) accepts the Writers Guild of America, West (WGAW) Joan Young Award from Allen Rucker, Chair of the WGAW Committee for Writers with Disabilities and co-chair of the Media Access Awards.
Actor Danny Woodburn, best known for his recurring role as Mickey on “Seinfeld” accepted the Harold Russell Award from the Screen Actors Guild. In his memorable acceptance speech, Mr. Woodburn said he hoped for a near future in which actors with disabilities weren’t a noteworthy phenomenon.