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Celebrity ambassadors and supporters

Young Epilepsy is working with a wealth of high profile supporters, who are keen to help us spread the word about the condition and raise awareness for children and young people living with epilepsy across the UK.


Internationally acclaimed DJ Norman Cook, aka Fatboy Slim, raises money for Young Epilepsy by running half marathons, more notably the Brighton...

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Nicholas is a well known journalist, writer and news reader. He has been a Vice President and ambassador of Young Epilepsy...

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Leon plays as a central defender and is captain of League Two side Cambridge United. Leon has first-hand experience of epilepsy -...

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Matt is a central midfielder and currently plays for League One side Northampton Town. He has epilepsy himself and was diagnosed as...

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Jennie is an actress, best known for playing Judith in History's hit series Vikings. Jennie has a family connection with epilepsy....

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Kerry is a comedy actress best known for featuring in BBC Three's sitcom Him & Her. Her brother is renowned comedian...

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Lewis was first recognised on his 16th birthday after posting a video on Facebook to describe his epilepsy. It attracted more than...

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Steph and Dom Parker rose to fame after appearing in Channel 4's hit show Gogglebox. The couple support Young Epilepsy through...

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Nathaniel, who starred in the BBC’s Merlin, is a supporter of Young Epilepsy. He has taken part in BBC Celebrity Mastermind...

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Miriam Stoppard, OBE is an author, television presenter and agony aunt. Dr Miriam Stoppard appeared at the 2013 Young Epilepsy Champions Awards...

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Dai is a Welsh hurdler who specialises in the 400 metres hurdles event and competes internationally for both Wales and Great...

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Philip was diagnosed with temporal lobe epilepsy when he was just 19 years old. He is an ambassador for Young Epilepsy...

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Did you know that on average 87 children are diagnosed every day with Epilepsy

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