Lost Voice Guy: A new type of silent comedy

 
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Lee Ridley has no voice, so his stand-up comedy is spoken via an iPad app.

In his first ever interview for a talk show, the comedian known as Lost Voice Guy uses this technology to chat about heckles, his meteoric rise to comedy fame and why disability plays such a big part in his new Edinburgh show.

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