DAVID L. LANDER MICHAEL MCKEAN PENNY MARSHALL & CINDY WILLIAMS LAVERNE & SHIRLEY (1976) Stock Photo

DAVID L. LANDER MICHAEL MCKEAN PENNY MARSHALL & CINDY WILLIAMS LAVERNE & SHIRLEY (1976) Stock Photo

mebi oso na hit choda op nodataim ] pinterest; @likethenumber

mebi oso na hit choda op nodataim ] pinterest; @likethenumber

David Lander & multiple sclerosis (MS) -- yep, "squiggy" has got it, too.

David Lander & multiple sclerosis (MS) -- yep, "squiggy" has got it, too.

Edward Gorey’s Dracula. Scenic design by Edward Gory. Lighting by David Lander.

Edward Gorey’s Dracula. Scenic design by Edward Gory. Lighting by David Lander.

The Genius of David Lander Behind the Genius of Squiggy – Love Letters Live

The Genius of David Lander Behind the Genius of Squiggy – Love Letters Live

David Lander  David Lander's face -- and distinctive voice -- is familiar to legions of fans who knew him as Squiggy on Laverne and Shirley. Though he kept his multiple sclerosis diagnosis quiet for 15 years, he now speaks freely about his experience with the disease at public appearances.

David Lander David Lander's face -- and distinctive voice -- is familiar to legions of fans who knew him as Squiggy on Laverne and Shirley. Though he kept his multiple sclerosis diagnosis quiet for 15 years, he now speaks freely about his experience with the disease at public appearances.

Edward Gorey's Dracula. Scenic design by Edward Gory. Lighting by David Lander.

Edward Gorey's Dracula. Scenic design by Edward Gory. Lighting by David Lander.

Best know as Squiggy from "Laverne & Shirley," David announced that he has multiple sclerosis in 1999, after living with the condition for 14 years. He joined the National MS Society as an ambassador to increase awareness about MS and the Society—and demonstrate that you can enjoy a fulfilling career and active life despite having a chronic illness. In November 2000, David was named the National MS Ambassador of the Year.

10 Celebrities Touched by Multiple Sclerosis

Best know as Squiggy from "Laverne & Shirley," David announced that he has multiple sclerosis in 1999, after living with the condition for 14 years. He joined the National MS Society as an ambassador to increase awareness about MS and the Society—and demonstrate that you can enjoy a fulfilling career and active life despite having a chronic illness. In November 2000, David was named the National MS Ambassador of the Year.

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