Fox Interviewer by Jordan Wales
Born on the 18th of July 1986, Brandon Mason grew up in the small town of Phillipsburg, New Jersey a place known for its Football and Wrestling programs. Hence it comes as no surprise to learn that Brandon was also involved in multiple sports and gained early interest from coaches and the media. As a Phillipsburg Stateliner, Brandon Mason excelled and broke several team and state records consisting of All State Awards, High School Heisman, MVP of The Governors Bowl (New York vs New Jersey), Express Times Player of the Year and Gatorade Player of the Year. In the off-season, Mason ran track which later led to records in the event of High Hurdles. It was an enjoyable experience for Mason as he built friendships and important contacts he later found valuable.
After juggling offers and letters from NCAA Division 1 Schools, Brandon Mason signed his letter of intent and accepted a full scholarship to the University of Pittsburgh where he would continue his football career. His career as a Pittsburgh Panther was battled by injuries but managed to start as the Kick Returner and split playing time at the Running Back position. After a coaching change, Mason decided to transfer to Stony Brook University, a SUNY School located outside of New York City. He knew Football was his first priority but New York was his stomping grounds to build future business. The stock was on the rise for Mason but there were some road blocks.
It was at this time that Brandon Mason suffered a major injury to his right knee which needed ACL reconstruction. He found his football career coming to a screeching halt as he had to resort to only workouts for the New York Giants and the Miami Dolphins. Brandon knew that he would have to move on and rebuild his future. Finding himself in New York City already, Brandon spent a lot of time there studying media and television. He even went to the Stella Adler Studio of Acting which was founded in 1949 in New York City, a prestigious acting school that continued to pushed Mason down the media path.
Brandon Mason, the young entrepreneur that kept building business and investments to fund his long overdue journey as an American TV Personality. He started out his career gaining exposure within social media and branding through websites and tech platforms. His goal was to keep the awareness and clients trending through livestreams and radio. Mason was featured on the Howard Stern Show after being invited to speak live with the cast. Mason was asked to train High Pitch Erik who was severely overweight. The media kept following as he built a considerable fanbase with emails flying in from other networks. Bit by bit he found himself further engrossed in the world of media and started a new chapter in his life with the launch of his own platform, “The Brandon Mason Show.” Although a daunting decision Brandon has never been one to shy away from a challenge and hosting the Brandon Mason Show came naturally to him.
Brandon has great plans for himself and his show in the future. He wants to aim at expanding the Brandon Mason Show with a full compound welcoming weekly guest on the show. This means seeing new and interesting faces on the show which will not only give the guests a platform to shine but also make the show more engaging to a larger audience. Make sure you tune in to see if The Brandon Mason Show is featuring your favorite athlete, artist or celebrity and catch up with the man himself as he goes on to enthral people with his charm and sense of humor.
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