a professional wrestler, actor, author, philanthropist and comic book/animated hero.
He has had a successful and rewarding career participating in
and administering numerous entertainment careers spanning well over two
decades. As the co-founder and CEO
of Hound Comics, Inc. Brimstone and his team of creators
launched his comic book series, "Brimstone and The Borderhounds"
on October 31, 2010 at Borders Books and as of January 11,
2011 went nation and world wide via Barnes & Noble, Book World,
Bridging the gap of wrestling star and the corporate world,
Brimstone has an extensive background in marketing, advertising,
management, and branding.
At Newsday, under Times Mirror and the Long Island Voice,
in Senior Management.
He created and directed one of the largest employment
publications in the Tri-State Area, the
with distribution centers in Long Island, NYC, and NJ; and
administered LI Career Fairs, Long Island's top career fair company. Looking to train up and coming hopefuls in the art of
professional wrestling, Brimstone launched
Critical Mass Pro-Wrestling Corp, which was considered one of the
biggest and best pro-wrestling training facilities in the
North-East. Brimstone has also been a Head Trainer for Pro Wrestling
Revolution and a guest trainer for FTW Wrestling and many other
training facilities across the country.
Brimstone's career in professional wrestling has spanned over
14 years and he has made countless appearances worldwide
for the leaders in sports entertainment and throughout the
Independents. As a trainer, he is responsible for an
enormous amount of talent including a handful of students who
have made their mark in the business on WWE and TNA. Brimstone's hard work and dedication to the industry has
garnered high honors, appreciation and the recognition of his
peers including a 2008 Award from the Professional Wrestling
Hall of Fame.
Memorable television credits include Sesame Street, Romper
Room, WWF Superstars, The Ricki Lake Show, MTV's Total Request
Live and BET's 106 & Park. Since his semi-retirement from the
wrestling industry, Brimstone has pursued a career on the silver
screen; making cameos and acting in multiple films, music videos
and television pilots; and is currently under contract with Dick
Clark Productions to produce his own series.
Brimstone makes frequent appearances for the military, as well
as speaking engagements at elementary schools for the Get-A-Voice Foundation. He donates a large
portion of his time to supporting numerous charities and
foundations including but not limited to The Arthritis Foundation, Dee Snider's Biker's for Babies, Wrestler's Rescue, Michael J. Fox's Parkinson's Foundation, Ronald
McDonald House, Make-A-Wish, and Toys For Tots. He is a celebrity spokesperson for Paul McCartney's RADD (Rockers
Actors and Athletes Against Driving Drunk) and was recently
asked to be the National Spokesperson for the Jamie Isaacs
Foundation For Anti-Bullying.