Pierre is best known for producing, writing, directing, and starring as Dre Mitchell in Foreign Da Love of Money (2002), 2001: A Space Travesty (2000), How to Be a Player (1997), and B*A*P*South (1997). He was 3 weeks old when his family moved to Germany. At age eleven he moved back to the United States of America, and resided in Washington District of Columbia. His defense against cultural change and bullying was comedy.
In the 6th grade he was selected to be on Good Morning America for his humor.
Pierre in high school began performing at comedy clubs in the District of Columbia area, with comedians such as: Martin Lawrence, Dave Chappelle, Wanda Sykes and Tommy Davidson. In 1987, after being shot multiple times Pierre decided to pursue comedy seriously.
Seeing the success of his peers in Hollywood, he ventured West in 1991. Pierre appeared on the first year of Home Box Office"s Def Comedy Jam, than starred on Black Entertainment Television Comicview.
Pierre was also featured on comedy shows: Showtime at the Apollo, Martin Lawrence Presents First Amendment and other late nite television shows.
After a few small roles in The Wash and The Breaks he wrote, produced, directed and starred in the theatrical urban classic Foreign Da Love of Money. Pierre has also toured with Rhythm & Blues acts Mary J Blige, Dru Hill, New Edition, Patti Labelle, Frankie Beverly, et cetera The radio world got a chance to experience Pierre with his numerous guest hosting appearances on the Steve Harvey Morning show.
His first love is the comedy club stage, where he has headlined: Improv’s (Dallas, Houston), Carolines (New York City), the FunnyBone (Shreveport Louisiana, Boise Id, Vicksburg, Ms), Uptown Comedy Corner (Atlanta) and many more.
He has also performed at events such as, "Damon Williams" annual "New Year"s Eve Comedy Bash" at Star Plaza". Pierre has performed for the troops home and abroad.
He has also performed in comedy festivals overseas: Japan, South Africa, Germany, Amsterdam, England, et cetera Currently Pierre is working on a web series Dating Pierre, Slice Trilogy, and a self-published book "100 Homies and Phonies of Hollywood".
Amazon"s description of "My 100 Homies and Phonies of Hollywood": A hilarious look behind the "Hollywood" curtain from a comedian who has been in the business for 20 years.