Our guest on the show this week is Danny Limelight.
Danny truly is a jack-of-all-trades and not just in the wrestling business.
A Marine Veteran and former drill instructor, Danny served our country for 10 years and made over three hundred and fifty Marines during his time in the service.
After his military service concluded, Danny turned his attention to wrestling, writing, and acting.
Wrestling was always one of Danny’s first loves.
“When I was a kid and I told teachers that I wanted to be a wrestler and actor, they laughed at me and told me I was crazy,” Limelight said in a recent interview.
Danny Limelight now wrestles for New Japan Pro Wrestling and recently signed with Major League Wrestling.
Danny made his acting debut in 2019 and wrote and starred in the film, Joe Riv.
In this episode, Danny talks about his time in the military, breaking into wrestling, and writing and directing a movie IN ONE DAY, and all of the struggles that come with trying to get such a huge project done in such a short amount of time.
We’re also joined about his friends who helped with the film and the film’s director, Mico Saad.
Ladies and gentlemen, now entering the podcast, originally hailing from Brooklyn, NY…this is Danny Limelight.
EPISODE #45: DANNY LIMELIGHT
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