By Jodi Marze, Lifestyles Editor
The Picayune Item
NEW ORLEANS, La. —
The young man who grew up in front of the world by appearing in MTV’s “The Osbournes,” is now a married father of one, owner of a production company- Schweet Entertainment, which is currently producing a TV docuseries for National Geographic called “Alpha Dogs,” and is still heavily involved in “Haunted Highway” which is seen on the SyFy Channel.
Osbourne hung out in the Scope/Fuse Tent, set up directly by “Le Ritual” stage at Voodoo Fest, which showcases the main talent for the festival. He was there to promote courage and get people out of their comfort zones with random crowd challenges promoted on the big screen of the tent, such as “Kiss a stranger” or to be part of the world’s largest group hug.
The theme of the event was “courage” and Osbourne seems to have much of that, both on screen and in real life. He has been through his mother’s cancer crisis and is currently engaging a health challenge of his own. In the UK, he has appeared on the hit reality TV show “Adrenaline Junkie,” traveling the world to conquer the most challenging sports.
He was full of enthusiasm as he discussed how the major changes in his life have brought fresh opportunities. Osbourne is now a West Coast Anchor of Fuse News. He is working on many new projects which are set to come out in the coming year.
He added, “I am very busy these days and it is great. Becoming a dad has changed my perspective on life; it has helped me to loosen up and have some fun.”