Actress, martial artist, stuntwoman and Inside Kung Fu Magazine covergirl Michelle Lee is a bona fide badass. She recently doubled for actress Rinko Kikuchi in Guillermo Del Toro’s blockbuster Jaeger vs. Kaiju throwdown hit, Pacific Rim, and can currently be seen in Mortal Kombat Legacy: Season 2 as the half-Tarkatan warrior princess, Mileena.
Now, we are well into the month of May going into June, and Justin Lin’s directorial finale of the franchise, Fast And Furious 6, is pretty much obliterating weekend box office records this week after its successful start in the U.K. as Universal gets its continuance into the third trilogy with Fast And Furious 7, to be directed by James Wan. Furthermore, everyone who has been paying attention is pretty much aware of how prevelant Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has become in the franchise since his role in Fast Five as “D.S.S. Agent Luke Hobbs”. No argument here, for there is no doubt that The Rock has come a VERY long way from being a wrestler to his breakout roles in The Mummy 2, The Scorpion King and The Rundown, to becoming one of the biggest stars of the industry, especially with the nod he got from Marvel President Kevin Feige for the role of Luke Cage.
Le is also known for one of his more notable roles as the lead in After Dark Action’s 2009 release of director John Hyams’s urban action drama, Dragon Eyes with Jean-Claude Van Damme, Crystal Mantecon, Peter Weller, and MMA champion Trevor Prangley. The film also saw Le go toe-to-toe with martial artist, actor and national/international kickboxing champion Scott Sheeley (pictured at the top of the page with Le). The two also previous worked on the Erken Ialgashev movie, Blizhniy Boy: The Ultimate Fighter in 2007.