About Lou D'Angeli

Lou D'Angeli

Lou D'Angeli

August 19, 1972

Place of Birth    :   Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Also Known As    :   Lou E. Dangerously, Sign Guy Dudley
Homepage    :   https://myspace.com/loudangeli/photos

is an American marketing professional and retired professional wrestling manager. He is the current Director of Marketing and Public Relations for Cirque du Soleil in Las Vegas. He is best known for his appearances with the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based professional wrestling promotion Extreme Championship Wrestling from 1995 to 2001 under the ring names Sign Guy Dudley and Lou E. Dangerously. When ECW went bankrupt, Lou went to work for other pro wrestling companies such as Combat Zone Wrestling, PWF and MECW. At one point D'Angeli was working with Steve Corino on booking the PWF. D'Angeli last appeared in a ring as a manager in February 2003 with Alexis Laree (Mickie James) and Justin Credible. D'Angeli had a cameo at the 2006 WWE ECW One Night Stand PPV when Rob Van Dam defeated John Cena for the WWE Title. More recently D'Angeli appeared as part of Montel Vontavious Porter's entourage on Saturday Night's Main Event from Madison Square Garden when Evander Holyfield, in place of MVP, had a boxing match with Matt Hardy. Lou appeared as Lou E. Dangerously at ACID FEST in honor of Trent Acid on July 10, 2010. In March 2012 Lou returned to wrestling with Billy Corgan's group Resistance Pro based out of Chicago. He was brought in to specifically write for the shows as well as help talent given his performing and promoting history with ECW and WWE Marketing career D'Angeli currently works as the Director of Marketing and Public Relations for the Cirque Du Soleil shows based out of Las Vegas, Nevada. D'Angeli worked for World Wrestling Entertainment in marketing until August 15, 2010.He was made Director of Live Events Promotions & Booking in June 2006, before becoming Director of Promotions and Event Marketing in May 2007. Prior to being recruited to work for WWE and after ECW, D'Angeli worked for Comcast Spectacor/Global Spectrum as Director of Marketing and Assistant General Manager in several arenas throughout the United States, including the Wachovia Center, then the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland, Colo from 2003,and finally the Liacouras Center in March 200