Charles G. Irion
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Charles G. Irion

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Born in July 1951, Charles G. Irion has been spending his DASH pursuing many endeavors. If he can dream it, then Irion can become it! Quadruple-degree college graduate, award-winning author, publisher, successful entrepreneur, adventurer, humanitarian, artist, executive producer, actor, and he’s not done yet! Living at the foot of the Phoenix Mountain Preserve in Arizona, Irion often looks to the rocky mountainside and lets his mind drift to adventures past and future. Reflecting on and developing those memories into intense and adrenaline-pumping action for his readers. Irion’s zeal for adventure encompasses the full gamut. Whether it’s scuba diving in faraway waters, skydiving over the desert, spelunking in Mexican caves, whitewater rafting in South America, a member of a climbing expedition on Mt. Everest (from the Chinese side), summiting Kilimanjaro, or high wall mountain rappelling in the Bavarian Alps, Irion’s greatest thrill is writing novels that take his readers on journeys full of murder, mystery, and heart-racing suspense. Following this love for the written word, Irion made his dreams a reality, publishing seventeen books — comprised of the Summit Murder Mystery series, the Hell series, a cookbook featuring Road Kill, and the Murdered By Gods series — all inspired by his own taste for adventure. With F四UR, Irion blends his interest in politics and looks to the near future to bring the world to the edge of annihilation. From paper and ink to the silver screen, Irion is proud to have worked on several films as an actor and executive producer. He started in 2016 with Durant’s Never Closes and his latest, Max Reload and the Nether Blasters, released in August 2020 to terrific reviews and has gained quite a cult following. When you watch, pay close attention to the firefighters, you may recognize one! Irion’s next movie project, Jackie Fontaine, is in pre-production. Through all of the travel and charity work he’s done around the world and at home, Irion is genuinely passionate in his belief that we are, “One World One People™.” Where did Charles Irion’s desire to help others start? Take a glimpse into Irion’s life for clues. As a child, Irion watched his mom’s career in nursing and caring for those around her. While building his professional career, Irion also balanced caring for others through humanitarian and philanthropic endeavors. For over fifteen years, Irion has done this as an Executive Board Member and International Assessor for Project C.U.R.E., the largest nonprofit of donated medical supplies around the world. They’ve helped over 130 developing countries…many of which Irion has volunteered in. In 2020, after completing his term as President of the Phoenix Phil-Am Lions Club, Irion received the Melvin Jones Award from the International Lions Foundation. These are small examples of the broad-reaching organizations that Irion has been an integral part of over the years. For more about Charles G. Irion, please visit: Amazon Author Page: amazon.com/author/charlesirion Facebook: www.facebook.com/MBGOneWorld www.facebook.com/charlesgirion Twitter: @AuthorIrion Instagram: @charlesirion YouTube: Charles G. Irion Website: www.charlesirion.com IMDb: Charles G. Irion
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