” I’m like the king of the low-budget sequel. People ask, ‘What film are you gonna do next?’ ‘I don’t know, but it’s probably got a 3 or 4 in the title. “


” My first break was in a Hong Kong movie that I shot in China – I was going out there and working as a western stunt man, if you like, but at the same time in England I was working in daytime soap stuff. Eventually I put the two together. “


” I’m just about the movies, I enjoy the dexterity of actors in action movies and the choreography side of things. You’ve just got to be a different person to be a professional fighter. I train with professional fighters, so I know what it takes. It’s a very difficult profession, probably harder then the acting profession. “


” I’ll be honest – I never saw myself making a ninja movie, never entertained the idea. I think ninja films can be quite cheesy unless you do them in feudal Japan. “


” I personally think a fight scene is the most cinematic thing you can witness because all the elements of filmmaking come together, you know, with the camera speed changes, editing, make up effects and general smoke and mirrors of trying to make it look like you are hitting someone when you’re not. It’s filmmaking in it’s purest form, I think. “


” I’m always trying to improve my skills as an actor. I think it shows in ‘El Gringo,’ it shows in the new ‘Universal Soldier.’ You can’t rest on your laurels, you’ve got to keep improving. “


” Best fight ever in a movie: ‘They Live.’ I want to do a martial arts version of that, where you think it’s ended, and it just keeps on going. I love that fight. It was funny as well. Unexpected. “


” Whenever you’re looking at new ways to get in shape, first you have to decide what you want. Do you want a more muscular look, or do you want to slim down and appear more toned and ripped? I adapt my training and diet with each role I do, depending on the image I want to convey. “



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