U.S. Paralympian Josh Sundquist got off to a rough start in this world, losing his leg to rare form of cancer when he was just nine years old.
But that hasn’t stopped him from living his best life.
Sundquist, 33, not only represents his country as a player in the U.S. Amputee Soccer Team, but is also a motivational speaker, author, comedian and, as he puts it, a “Halloween enthusiast.”
His epic Halloween costumes have become famous for their creative and funny approach to his disability.
Here he is in 2010 in his first one-legged themed costume, the gingerbread man from Shrek:
In 2011 Sundquist says he still dressed up, but it wasn’t amputee themed – just a regular old Angry Birds suit.
But in 2012 he was back at it, dressing up as the leg lamp from A Christmas Story:
In 2013 he saw a flamingo at the zoo and was inspired to take his costume to a whole new level:
For 2014 he joked that he was “trying to raise the bar” with this foosball outfit:
Then in 2015, he decided to make his entire costume a pun, transforming himself into an “IHOP” sign.
Last year he went as Lumière, the suave candelabra from Beauty and the Beast, noting that the new live-action version sadly has two legs. #notmyLumière
This year he capped off a brilliant six-year run with this beauty, a very bouncy Tigger.