Episode 38 -31
Episode 38 -31
In episode 38, Scott is joined by Isaac Florentine.
In episode 37, Scott is joined by Ernie Reyes Jr who is most definitely one of the most dynamic martial arts performers throughout Hollywood history.
In episode 36, Scott is joined by upcoming action star of Mortal Kombat, Wu Assassins & Into The Badlands Lewis Tan.
In episode 35, Scott is joined by Hollywood stunt woman Heidi Moneymaker best known for doubling Scarlett Johanssen Marvel character Black Widow.
In episode 34, Scott is joined by his The Debt Collector co-star Louis Mandylor. Mandylor played Louis Malone in the first season of Martial Law alongside Sammo Hung and also appeared in the sitcom Friends, pretending to be Joey’s twin in “The One With Unagi” and the hit movie My Big Fat Greek Wedding. A life long martial arts practicioner and star of many action movies.
In episode 33, Scott is joined by Vietnamese-American actor and martial artist Johnny Nguyen. Johnny is a Vietnamese–American actor, action choreographer, martial artist and stuntman who is mainly known for appearing in The Protector with Tony Jaa and starring in the Vietnamese action films The Rebel in 2007 and The Clash in 2009.
Scott: “This is a MUST SEE episode!! Not only is Johnny an incredible martial arts performer, he is an extremely talented film maker. I learnt a great deal from talking to him and I’m positve you all will too.”
In episode 32, Scott is joined by Wu Shu expert Tiger Chen who was an integral part of Yuen Wo Ping’s stunt team and Keanu Reeves’s martial arts trainer for The Matrix films.
In episode 31, Scott is joined by martial artist Keith Cooke best known as portraying Reptile from Mortal Kombat (1995) and Sub-Zero the sequel, Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997).
Cooke has trained in wushu, taekwondo and karate. His awards include being named Competitor of the Year by Black Belt magazine in 1985, and five grand champion titles at the U.S. World and U.S. Open Karate tournaments.
He played a leading role in the 1995 science fiction/martial arts thriller Heatseeker, a follow-up to the 1988 Cynthia Rothrock and Richard Norton vehicle China O’Brien in which he also appeared. Cooke now runs his own martial arts studio.