Episode 45 -41
Episode 45 -41
This special episode of The Art of Action celebrates the release of the latest Scott Adkins martial arts action comedy Accident Man: Hitman’s Holiday with guests Sarah Chang, Perry Benson, Andy Long, George Fouracres, Peter Lee Thomas, Faisel Mohammed, Beau Fowler & directors Harry & George Kirby.
In episode 44, Scott is joined by Eric Jacobus who is famous for Indie Action movies such as Blindsided, Rope-a-Dope & Death Grip. He is a well respected action designer, motion capture artist and writer of the upcoming The Art of Violence.
In episode 43, Scott is joined by Michael Worth who is is an American actor, martial artist, screenwriter, and director. His first lead came with the film Final Impact (1992) for which Variety deemed him “a promising newcomer.” He worked in a series of low-budget films before landing a part in the TV series Acapulco H.E.A.T. (1993). He had a close call with greater fame from being second choice for the role of Robin in Batman Forever (1995). Michael wrote and directed the independent Killing Cupid (2005) which gained him a Best Director nomination at the Action On Film Film Festival in 2005 as well as winning Best Fiction Film at the Hollywood Fiction Film and Video Festival in 2006. He wrote and recently completed appearing the psychological thriller/western Dual (2008) which won Best Independent Action Film. His second directorial work is the drama God’s Ears (2008).
In episode 42, Scott is joined by Amy Johnston who is an American Actress and 3rd Degree Black Belt Martial Artist who has rapidly been making her mark in Hollywood. From stunt doubling actresses on major films such as Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Deadpool, to now taking the front stage as a leading actress. Amy first starred in Lady Bloodfight by Voltage Pictures, released in 2016. She then went on to star in Female Fight Squad by Lionsgate. Quickly following her first two films, Amy starred in the award winning short film titled The Gate. She is constantly working as an actress and martial artist in popular video games such as Tomb Raider and Spiderman. Amy also played the very memorable “Jane The Ripper” in Sony’s new feature film titled Accident Man. Amy is constantly growing as an artist and always strives to inspire those around her to follow their dreams!
In episode 41, Scott is joined by John Salvitti who is a long time friend of Donnie Yen, and they have been together in movies several times. He is also a former student of the Chinese Wushu Research Institute in Boston and is now an expert in martial arts and weapons. He was a student of Master Louis Hopkins, a great martial artist and teacher at the East Coast Karate Academy.