Behind The Mic
Lauren Freedman is an entrepreneur, voice actor, writer and activist who lives in Los Angeles.
Originally from NYC, she’s seen her fair share of “Top Docs” and was first diagnosed with Hashimoto’s disease and sleep disorders in 2017. This sparked her interest in the invisible illness community and her fellow “Spoonies”, with whom she wishes to commune and share information, inspiration, and comfort while advocating for greater awareness among friends, family, coworkers, and society at large.
Lauren graduated from London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art with a BA (Hons) in Acting in 2008, and has worked extensively in fashion to pay the bills. She’s a longtime student of the School of Hard Knocks and What’s-A-Matta-U. Fall down seven times, stand up eight.
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About Our Show
WHAT IS UNINVISIBLE?
A podcast about invisible conditions and chronic invisible illness, featuring interviews with survivors, their loved ones, advocates, and experts in varied healing modalities, from medical to holistic.
Hosted by Lauren Freedman, a voice actor, writer, and activist, who lives with Hashimoto’s disease and sleep
disorders, Uninvisible uncovers real stories of survival and humanity – complete with laughter. In truth and with candor, we offer solutions – and challenge the world to change.
Uninvisible is a support podcast that provides information, ideas, suggestions, and experiences that deal squarely with medical issues that present unique advocacy issues for individuals. We do not provide medical advice of any kind. We do provide support, concepts, ideas, discussions, and information you can use to help make sure that you are being heard and that your concerns are being addressed. Please consult with your physician for any medical issue that you are facing – but we will be here for you along your journey.
Most of all, we welcome your stories and experiences to share with our community because without you, this community and the benefit it offers all of us would not exist. Any advertising that you may hear is accepted without regard to our editorial content. Of course, in the event that you are having a medical emergency of any kind, consult your physician or emergency services.