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Dolph Lundgren
Carl Weathers
Mr. T
Richard Grieco
Michael Pare
Bruce Campbell

Dolph Lundgren:
University scholar, black belt holder, bodybuilder & disco doorman who got his acting break with a brief part in the James Bond flick “A View To A Kill” before winning the sought after role of Ivan Drago, the Russian boxer who takes on Stallone in “Rocky IV”. More beefcake roles followed for Dolph.

Carl Weathers:
Muscular football star who gained critical notice playing Ali-style boxer Apollo Creed opposite Sylvester Stallone in “Rocky”, a film that went on to win the Best Picture Oscar at the Academy Awards. Carl went on to appear in a string of hit action films including “Action Jackson”, “Hurricane Smith” & “Predator”.

Mr. T:
Bouncer, bodyguard, turned actor who gained notice with an electrifying performance in “Rocky III” (82). His gold chains & mohawk hairdo became his trademark as he ventured into celebrity WWF Wrestling, “The A-Team” TV series & more movies such as “D.C. Cab” & “The Toughest Man In The World” (1984).

Richard Grieco:
After appearing in the TV shows “One Life To Live” & “21 Jump Street” Richard was given a starring role in his own TV series, “Booker”. 2 big screen roles followed, as a young James Bond in “If Looks Could Kill” & as a Mafia kingpin in “Mobsters” before achieving B-Movie stardom in cable & independent films.

Michael Pare:
Got his career start on the TV series “The Greatest American Hero” before easing into a few big screen feature films, most notably, “Eddie And The Cruisers”, “Streets Of Fire” & “The Philadelphia Experiment”. Michael has since appeared in numerous TV movies & straight to video flicks.

Bruce Campbell:
B-Movie star of the 1980’s & 90’s whose flair for action, comedy & horror has seen him emerge as a cult movie favorite thanks to the popularity of the “Evil Dead” film series on video & DVD. In the new millennium Bruce published his own book, “If Chins Could Kill, Confessions Of A B-Movie Actor”.

Lorenzo Lamas
Hulk Hogan
Jeff Fahey
John Stamos
Eric Roberts
Christopher Atkins

Lorenzo Lamas:
Son of actor Fernando Lamas who has juggled his career between TV & film playing a variety of cops, bounty hunters, kung fu fighters & swordsmen. Notable roles include the “Snake Eater” trilogy & his action-packed TV series “Renegade” in which he rides around on a Harley.

Hulk Hogan:
Professional wrestler turned actor whose trademark was to excite a packed crowd by tearing off his T-shirt prior to the commencement of a bout. Hulk’s big movie break came when he was cast opposite Stallone  in “Rocky III”. Other notable movies include “No Holds Barred” & “Suburban Commando”.

Jeff Fahey:
After appearing in the TV series “One Life To Live”, Jeff moved to the big screen with support roles in “Silverado” & “Psycho III” before easing into B-Movie stardom in films such as “Parker Kane”, “The Hit List”, “Sketch Artist”, “Woman Of Desire”, “Virtual Seduction”, ”Wrangler”, “On The Line” & “Darkman III”.

John Stamos:
Predominately a TV actor, who occasionally finds time to star in feature films, most notably, “Never Too Young To Die”, “Born To Ride” & “Grownups”. John’s biggest claim to fame, however, is his portrayal of Uncle Jesse in TV’s hugely popular family sitcom “Full House” (1987 - 1995).

Eric Roberts:
Brother of Oscar winning actress Julia Roberts who reached an early career high with an Oscar nomination for his role in “Runaway Train”. Eric’s career has since consisted of a collection of supporting roles in big screen feature films & starring roles in smaller independent productions.

Christopher Atkins:
New York born blonde who became a teen heartthrob after his first starring role opposite Brooke Shields in the romantic drama “The Blue Lagoon” (1980). Other notable acting stints include “The Pirate Movie” (1982), “A Night In Heaven” (1983) & appearances on the TV series “Dallas” (1983 - 84).

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