Over the last decade, Grosz has earned a living as a computer programmer, graphic designer, stunt-driver, catering chef, fish-cutter, bouncer, bartender, waiter, roadie, photographer, journalist, painter, soap opera actor, trucker, set-decorator, art director and it's rumored that he's even been on a Japanese game show.
Obviously, he either can't sit still in true Gemini fashion or his big mouth and bad attitude keep getting him fired.
As of publication, Grosz has been tattooed exclusively by Mike Rubendall of King's Avenue Tattoo.
If you haven't heard him singing with stoner-metal act Dogs of Winter, duets-tribute The Priestess and The Fool or his blues project, Brian Grosz and The Bad Idea, you've undoubtedly heard him on television talking about everything from cash machines to Magnum condoms to mozarella to Brett Michaels.
Still slightly overwhelmed by the shadow that his former blog, DoctorGrosz.com (1999-2004), has cast upon his life, his involvement with Needles and Sins marks his return to blogging - for better or for worse.
[Photo by Mike Marques]
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