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Steady Eddy is the stage name of Christopher Widdows (born 7 December 1968), an Australian comedian and actor with Cerebral palsy. Initially, Widdows used his disability as the basis for his comedy. Having since made a name for himself, he has branched out beyond humour based solely around his disability.
1993 saw him touring with his show, "Ready Steady Go!"
1994 brought the International Melbourne Comedy Festival where he was rewarded with a Young Australian Achievers Award. He also appeared in the Seven TV favourite A Country Practice's episode "There Was a Crooked Man".
In 1999, Steady Eddy was Master of Ceremonies for the national tour by supergroup Midnight Oil.
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