Film Credits: Tekken, The Protector, Universal Soldiers: Regeneration When Jon Foo was age 15 he joined the circus where he performed as a martial artist and acrobat. He later incorporated his skills into a variety of different shows with much success, and began his move towards work in film. Foo has worked alongside Tony Jaa in The Protector, starred in Tekken, and most recently has appeared in Universal Soldiers: Regeneration, Street Fighter Legacy, and Rebirth.
Film Credits: Bloodrayne: The Third Reich, This Means War, Elektra Natassia Malthe is an accomplished ballet dancer, actress, spokesperson, and model. At age 13 she moved from Canada to her home country of Norway, where she trained and performed with the Norwegian Opera House until the age of 19. After high school she went on to study theatre, dance and singing with the London Studio Centre of Performing Art.
Film Credits: The Bank Job, The Outsider, BBC’s EastEnders At six feet three and with a screen presence that commands attention, Craig Fairbrass has forged a strong position in the independent action film arena with lead roles in Freight, The Outsider, and Let Me Survive. Craig has also become an iconic voice within the most successful video game franchise ever, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare by lending his voice to Gaz, Ghost and Walcroft in MW: 1, 2 and 3.
Film Credits: TV’s Prison Break, Straw Dogs, Blade: Trinity, Equilibrium Born in England but raised in Australia by his Norwegian father and Irish mother, Dominic Purcell was a bored landscaper who decided to attend a drama school. He became a TV star in Australia before debuting in America. Purcell is best known for his role in TV’s Prison Break and has also worked on studio blockbusters such as Mission: Impossible II and Blade: Trinity.

Film Credits: The Hobbit trilogy, HBO's Game Of Thrones, Bangkok Adrenaline

Born and raised in Australia, Conan Stevens towers at over 7 feet tall.
Once a heavyweight wrestling champion, Stevens is best known for his roles
in Bangkok Adrenaline, HBO's Game Of Thrones, and Peter Jackson's The
Hobbit trilogy.