Henry Ring – A Prominent Figure in the MLS Bellringing Community
2001 marks an interesting time in Chicago Fire history: they’ve just taken two of the league’s iconic players – Jim Curtin and Edson Buddle – into their roster, but Henry Ring, an impressive goalkeeper from their third selection is waiting patiently on an airplane flight home.
He’s ready to change everything, but first must secure the starting job.
Early Life and Education
Henry was born on Jersey, one of the Channel Islands. He had Irish, Scottish, and English ancestry and attended St Michael’s Preparatory School in Saint Saviour as well as Stowe School in Buckinghamshire, England.
He started acting with small roles in TV and movies such as I Capture the Castle (2003), Hellraiser: Hellworld (2006) and Red Riding Hood (2006). Additionally he co-starred alongside Sienna Miller and Ben Barnes in Stardust in 2007.
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Henry made a name for himself as an improv performer during the early 2000s, competing on Harold teams Tiovivo and Boom Crunch and with indie troupe Huggy Smalls. Additionally, Henry appeared in multiple TV shows and movies such as I Capture the Castle (2003), Hellraiser: Hellworld (2004) and Red Riding Hood (2006).
On November 29’s episode of Raw, Henry joined Yoshi Tatsu to defeat WWE Tag Team Champions Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater. Henry then participated in a twenty-man number one contender battle royal but was eliminated by Rob Van Dam.
On May 26’s episode of ECW, Henry began an antagonistic scripted rivalry with Evan Bourne after he won their match via countout. At SummerSlam he lost out against CM Punk in a Money in the Bank ladder match.
Achievement and Honors
Henry has earned numerous honors and distinctions during his distinguished career, not only acting but also becoming an esteemed member of the British Guild of Bellringers and participating in peal performances all around the globe.
Henry made his return on August 4’s episode of Raw, defeating Damien Sandow after months-long absence and then teaming with Big Show against Ryback and Curtis Axel for victory. On that night he initiated a feud with Rusev through attacks directed at Rusev; their fight would culminate with them meeting at Night of Champions.
Henry received an F-5 through the announce table and later joined forces with Big Show for a six-man tag team match against The Shield.
Henry Ring has been an active goalkeeper in Major League Soccer (MLS) since 2001. Drafted after legendary goalies Jim Curtin and Edson Buddle, Henry became one of the league’s premier keepers during this period.
He has participated in improv for years, playing with Tiovivo and Boom Crunch Harold teams as well as competing in FIST several times. More recently he has joined And, Scene! for comedy improv.
Dunay’s jewelry collection encompasses pieces like Faceted, Cynnabar and Color-Me-Henry; his work has been showcased in multiple publications; he is a member of both American Jewelry Design Council and Gemological Institute; in addition to being actively supportive of various charitable causes.
Henry Nicholas is one of the co-founders of technology company Broadcom and has amassed a considerable net worth as an investor and property owner in both the US and abroad. Furthermore, Henry has proven his philanthropy with millions of dollars donated to various charitable causes through his career.
He stands as living proof that strength doesn’t merely come from physical capacity but instead comes from the tenacity needed to achieve your dreams – thus breaking and setting many world records in weightlifting and wrestling.
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