Copywriters are supposed to bend over backwards for our clients. How far, you ask? The videos below should answer that.
Daniel Browning Smith holds the Guinness World Record for "Most Flexible Man." Born in Mississippi in 1979, he joined the circus at the age of 18 and later studied contortion at the San Francisco School of Circus Arts. He has been a performer, television host, stuntman, and actor. His flexibility is due to Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
Russian Alexsei Goloborodko claims to be the most flexible man in the world despite Daniel Smith's world record. His assertion may be true simply because Alexsei was born in 1994, 15 years after Daniel. Like others, he has performed with circus acts including Cirque du Soleil.
Self-taught contortionist Sofie Dossi was a finalist in 2016 AGT, which catapulted her to national stage. is an active YouTuber with more than 5 million subscribers. Born in 2001, the petite Californian is home-schooled so she can keep up with a busy schedule.
Leilani Franco is another Guinness World Record holder. She has earned three world records since 2014, including fastest backbend walk. She studied contortion at a circus school. Born in 1986, she appeared in 2012's BGT and has performed with Cirque du Soleil and Cirque Eloize, among others.
Irina Kazakova, born in Russia in 1986, is a successful performer who was appeared around the world. She combines contortion with rhythmic gymnastics. Currently residing in Los Angeles, Irina also pursues work as a photographer and model.