Dennis Rodman


With recent domination of the Ibiza dance floors Dennis “The Worm” Rodman has slithered in to the world of electronic dance music and LIVE concert evolution. The Dennis Rodman Experience is a high-energy trip through an acid circus world of the divine. Aside from this highly choreographed show Dennis is available for select Hosting and Guest appearances.

“I tried something bold,” Rodman explained in Playboy. “I created something that everyone has been afraid of … the Dennis Rodman I was born to be.”

Rodman drew global attention for his off-court antics. With his rainbow-colored hair and multiple tattoos, his penchant for conducting interviews in gay bars, and tumultuous romances with the singer Madonna and the actress Carmen Electra, Rodman landed headlines far outside the sports pages.

Dennis Rodman is one of the greatest rebounders ever to play professional basketball. His rebounding exploits have drawn comparisons with such legends as Wilt Chamberlain, Moses Malone, and Bill Russell, all of whom were taller and heavier. Sports Illustrated once called Rodman “a sort of basketball genius.” A dedicated analyst of the game and a tenacious defender, Rodman led the National Basketball Association (NBA) in rebounding for four consecutive years and helped lead his teams to five NBA championships.

Rodman continued improving as a rebounder, learning the shooting styles of Bulls stars Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen so he could better react to their missed shots. Though his teammates sometimes disliked his attention-grabbing behavior, Rodman helped the team win.

The Bulls won the NBA title three years in a row, in 1996, 1997, 1998

Detroit Pistons, professional basketball player, 1986-93; San Antonio Spurs, professional basketball player, 1993-95; writer, 1994-97; Chicago Bulls, professional basketball player, 1995-98; actor, 1996-; Los Angeles Lakers, professional basketball player, 1999; Dallas Mavericks, professional basketball player, 2000.