In one of the more memorable sketches from the 1987 film, “Amazon Women on the Moon” David Alan Grier was Don “No Soul” Simmons who turned his disability of being a Black without Soul into a successful white bread recording career. Simmons would take “white” songs and well…make them even whiter as he took tunes like “Tie a Yellow Ribbon” to even new lows.
The Bullet Points:
Amazon Women on the Moon (1987)
David Alan Grier
Songs you might remember:
Tie a Yellow Ribbon
Blame it on the Bossanova
Why you should vote for him:
We don’t have very many people with “disabilities” on this list.
Why you should not vote for him:
This wasn’t seen very much, and Grier seemed to play a lot of this type of character.