Brian White is an Ivy League graduate of Dartmouth College, a former NFL New England Patriots football player, a licensed stock broker, and an accomplished film and television actor.
You have seen him in various movies including. "I Can Do Bad All by Myself," "12 Rounds," and "Stomp the Yard." You may have also caught him in various TV shows such as "Men of a Certain Age," "The Shield," or "Moonlight."
When the lights go down and the cameras are off, Brian goes into full philanthropist mode. Brian is heavily involved in the community and takes on the challenge of being a role model to children, a role that many entertainers have asked us not to put on their shoulders.
Brian is now involved in a new effort called Black Carpenter and has hopes to "create a tool box of essential life skills for the next generation."
Black Carpenter is a book that shares metaphors for life's most important values, supported by personal anecdotes.
Beginning in Boston, Massachusetts, Brian will take his message to the road on a speaking tour beginning Monday, June 14th.
But Brian took it on with stride and got involved with& W.A.R.M. 2 Kids (We're All Role Models 2 Kids), founded by his father, former Boston Celtic and philanthropist M.L. Carr. Brian served as the President of the foundation. White and White, Inc. is the organization that allows Brian and his family to be actively involved in giving back to society. Phunk Phenomenon Urban Dance Theater uses music and dance as a provision of community service reaching out to public and private schools performing and sharing life experiences including peer pressure, hazing, race relations, drug use, and the affects of drinking and driving.
He is an amazing man of action with a warm heart who gives back 110%. All he's asking is that you get up, get involved, and give back.
Learn more about Brian White and his outreach efforts on BrianWhiteOnline.com and blackcarpenter.org.