Losing, Living, and Laughing
10.15.2019 - By Patient Stories with Grey Genetics
Chelsea London Lloyd is an actress and comedian living in L.A. She holds a BA in theatre from USC. Growing up, her dad had ALS and her mom had breast cancer. Her mother’s breast cancer returned 17 years later at stage 4, which she has combated for the past three years. Chelsea interviews women with sick parents and features their stories on her blog, Daughters of Sick Parents. Next up is her podcast, DYING OF LAUGHTER, where she speaks with comedians who have a lost a parent. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be the first to know when it’s released this fall!
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