Brimstone is a professional wrestler, actor, author, philanthropist and comic book / animated hero. In a nutshell, he has had a successful and rewarding career spanning well over two decades encompassing everything “entertainment.” 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” (in which he appears as the lead character) on October 31st, 2010 at Borders Books and as of January 11th, 2011 went nationwide and worldwide via Barnes & Noble, Book World and Amazon.
 
Currently, there is a “Brimstone and The Borderhounds” video game in production through SGN Games for the iProducts, Xbox LIVE and the Playstation Network Shocker Toys announced plans to release the ‘Brimstone’ action figure in 2011 to Toys R’ Us as a part of their Indie Spotlight (Super Heroes) Series; while Floating Pear Productions has developed the much anticipated, "Brimstone and The Borderhounds: The Animated Series."
 
Brimstone’s career in professional wrestling has spanned over fourteen 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 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.