Sam Humphrey is a New Zealand born actor who is best known for playing General Tom Thumb in the film The Greatest Showman, he’s also featured on the TV show, Neighbours. He was born with a rare genetic disorder called Acrodysplasia, a very rare form of dwarfism. As a child he was also diagnosed with the inflammatory bowel condition Crohn’s disease and has spent a lifetime visiting hospitals. He had attempted suicide several times, but with support from his family, his faith and his resilience, he was able to overcome his challenges and pursue his dream of becoming an actor. Listen in to hear about his time as a youth leader at his local church, and how God has transformed his life!