Bree Walker is a progressive talk show radio host , news anchor, investigative reporter, actress and warrior for disability rights and progressive causes.
She inherited a rare genetic condition called ectrodactyly. Her fingers and toes are fused together. She hid the condition with a pair of glove-like prosthetic hands early in her career but has since gone public with her condition and has continued to have a successful broadcasting and acting career.
She has been married three times. He latest ex-husband is sportscaster Jim Lampley. They have a son and daughter who also share Bree's condition. She and Lampley have 14 projects in development through her TV and movie production company. Among her co-production credits are a cult hit Welcome to Hollywood and NBC's Race Across America.
Walker is a regular contributor to New Image magazine and is a popular guest speaker on issues pertaining to diversity and self-esteem.
Walker owns Camp Casey, a five acre site she purchased from war activist Cindy Sheehan for $87,000 in June 2007. Bree plans to preserve Camp Casey as a permanent symbol of the grassroots movement that allowed dissident voices to be heard across America.
More photos below and a video showcasing her children and their medical mystery.