Warwick Ashley Davis is an English actor, television presenter, writer, director and producer. He played the title characters in Willow and the Leprechaun film series, the Ewok Wicket in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi and Professor Filius Flitwick and Griphook in the Harry Potter films.
raised Some A$452,000 ($300,000; £230,000), as part of a campaign to send a nine-year-old Australian boy to Disneyland after a video of his deep distress over being bullied, went viral.
Yarraka Bayles published crying the clip of your son, the quadi, after he was attacked in the school for his dwarfism.
"This is it, what is the meaning of bullying," she says in the video, in which he says his life will end.
Now, a GoFundMe page, triggered 30 times More Than its $10,000 goal.
The page was designed by US comedian Brad Williams went to the video go viral, to send money, the quadi to Disneyland.
Jackman told the quadi "you are stronger than you know, mate", and called on all to "to be friendly".
on the occasion of a press conference, Ms Bayles said, you hope that your son's experience was to raise awareness about the effects of bullying.
"We lose a lot to many people because of bullying, because of the discrimination due to racism. There are so many factors of bullying," She Said .
"on top of that, an aboriginal boy with a disability, people do not understand, this is a two-edged sword. It is racism, And Then there is a discrimination on the basis of disability. "What's in the video, the quadi happens?
In the confrontation of the six-minute video, posted on Tuesday, quadi mother describes the merciless bullying experienced by her son Every Day . The Family , the Australian Aborigines, life in Queensland.
"I took my son out of school, experienced a bullying episode, rang the client, and I want people to know - Parents , educators, Teachers - this is the effect that bullying has," Ms Bayle says, as a to sob her son.
"of Each individual. Day, Something Happens . Another episode, another is bullying, the other taunt, another name-calling.
"Can you please educate your children, your family, your friends?"'people think it's okay to laugh and to stare"
Gillian Martin , the Chairman of the British charity-Restricted Growth Association (RGA), says it is a long way to go in changing the perception of dwarfism.
"This story, I'm thrilled with it... but it's a much deeper question, which grew here about the specific bullying and prejudice in and around dwarf, because we, as a Society , culturally and globally, are conditioned dwarfism amusing," she told the BBC-OS-program.
"We are too conditioned... to the object, the person as inhuman, as a person of Comedy. "Gillian Martin , seen here with her 20-year-old daughter Quinn, conditioned says the company to find dwarfism amusing Warwick Davis called the video "deeply disturbing"
"It is really sad that this kind of thing goes on in The World today. We see ourselves as a caring, passionate species, when, in fact, in The Heart of it, we are really not sometimes," he told the BBC.
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