Josh Sundquist is also called a real-life superhero, and he’s someone many people look up to for inspiration. The motivational speaker, comedian, writer, and former US Paraolympian lost his leg to cancer at nine years. But this never stopped him from living life to the fullest. Sundquist also has a great sense of humor.

Every year on Halloween, Sundquist dresses up in a creative costume that compliments his disability in a certain way. He’s recently revealed his costume for 2020 through the hints on his social media accounts and many fans guessed it correctly.  He dressed up as Baby Groot from Marvel’s ‘Guardians of the Galaxy,’ and he is looking fantastic!

Hints from Sundquist 

hints from Sundquist
Josh Sundquist roaming as Baby Groot

Some of the hints that Sundquist revealed on the social media platform of his upcoming Halloween surprise were that it’s a character from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He also shared a teaser on his Facebook page, and some fans quickly guessed right about his Halloween dress. There were many speculations before, but after the teaser, it became much clear. Only a true fan could have guessed the costume.

About Josh Sundquist

 

about Josh Sundquist
All Smiles – Josh Sundquist

Josh Sundquist lost his leg to cancer when he was a 9-year-old boy. He is independent and has learned to survive with his disability. Then he became an athlete and later a motivational speaker. And he did a fabulous job in both places.

He was sad that he and his wife would have to miss their annual Halloween party at Disneyworld because of the Covid-19. Yet Sundquist doesn’t plan on getting bored this Halloween.

Some of His Earlier Costumes 

 

various costumes of Sundquist
Josh Sundquist in his famous flamingo costume

Sundquist puts in a lot of efforts and loves to dress up for Halloween. 

 In 2010, he dressed as Gingy the Gingerbread Man from ‘Shrek.’ In 2012, his wife, Ashley, gave him the idea to dress up according to the film ‘A Christmas Story’ In 2013, he turned up as a flamingo. In 2014, Sundquist dressed up as a foosball player: A YouTube subscriber suggested it.

In 2015, he became an IHOP restaurant sign. In 2016, he took inspiration from Beauty and the Beast. While in 2017, he made us smile as he dressed up as Tigger from ‘Winnie-the-Pooh.’

In 2018, Sundquist became Genie from ‘Aladdin.’ He has continuously dressed to enjoy, and that is his most significant advantage. He says to enjoy life even in times of pandemic.

Josh Sundquist is a hero for youth, and his words inspire people. His costumes are full of life, don’t you think so?

Which Halloween costume did you like? Do let us know?

Sources BoredPanda, People.com

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