Thompson was born on February 25, 1965 in Rockledge, Florida, and grew up in nearby Cocoa. A local swim coach Hugh Miller began calling Scott carrot top as a young boy. Carrot Top has appeared in Larry the Cable Guy's Christmas Spectacular, Gene Simmons Family Jewels, Space Ghost Coast to Coast, Criss Angel Mindfreak, Scrubs (2001), George Lopez, and Tugger: The Jeep 4x4 Who Wanted to Fly (2005).His film roles include Chairman of the Board, and he also served as a spokesman in commercials for 1-800-CALL-ATT.So why is it that this stigma remains socially acceptable?Childhood can fuzz into a set of fudged impressions, but I would be surprised if the colour of my hair wasn’t brought up almost every single day for great swathes of my younger years.On January 16, 2010, Carrot Top appeared on Don't Forget The Lyrics!, wherein he assisted illusionists Penn & Teller in their quest for the million-dollar grand prize.I’d frequently be called Ginger or Carrot Top by other pupils and at some point during my journey through an all-boys school, Ginger evolved into an altogether more aggressive-sounding Ginga with a hard G.
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On the one hand there are people and places who consider red hair to be truly beautiful, but on the other hand there are those who give ginger people a very hard time indeed.
Teasing, ginger jokes and unfortunately even outright bullying are too commonplace.
An ability to laugh at oneself is very important (and redheads usually have a great sense of humour), but at the same time there should be a balance of positive publicity towards redheads that will cancel out the nastiness aimed at us by the ignorant few.