On-screen character, Author, and Former Collegiate and NFL Player
Previous “awful kid” of football, Brian “The Boz” Bosworth was a standout amongst the most famous and frank NFL competitors ever. After awesome accomplishment as a school player for the University of Oklahoma, “The Boz” rapidly rose to acclaim as a linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks in 1987, however his vocation was sidelined in 1989 after shoulder damage.
Resigning from football, Bosworth at that point took his overwhelming persona to Hollywood and acted in a few movies including Stone Cold (1991), The Longest Yard (1995), and all the more as of late, the Christian movies Revelation Road and Revelation Road 2 (2013).
While recording Revelation Road, Brian (whose character was loaded with wrath and outrage) encountered an individual change and could deal with the outrage and hurt that originated from his association with his expired father, and how that affected his association with God.
In 2014, Bosworth was the subject of a narrative titled Brian and The Boz, which debuted as a feature of the ESPN “30 for 30” arrangement and chronicled Bosworth’s ascent and fall as a competitor. In 2015, Bosworth turned into the 21st Sooner to enter the College Football Hall of Fame. He can likewise be found in the Pure Flix film Do You Believe? close by performing artists Mira Sorvino, Cybill Shepherd, Lee Majors and Sean Astin.