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Dear Martial Artist,
Michael Jai White is not your typical action star.
With more than 30 years of experience in the martial arts under the tutelage of greats such as Joe Lewis and Bill Wallace (and multiple black belts to show for it), this lifelong martial artist has truly pursued — and continues to pursue — a path of constant learning.
Along the way, acting and moviemaking entered the picture — and it wasn’t long before this kyokushin karate expert was appearing in films such as Toxic Avenger Part II, rubbing shoulders with the likes of Jean-Claude Van Damme in films such as Universal Soldier: The Return and taking on leading roles in films such as Spawn.
But how did Black Belt’s 2014 Man of the Year get his start in Hollywood? How did he go from a minor player in Toxic Avenger Part II to more major roles in the Universal Soldier films and the title role in Spawn?
Find out in this new FREE download, Michael Jai White Flashback: The Kyokushin Karate Expert’s Early Days in Hollywood.
In this FREE download, learn about the Universal Soldier: The Return and Toxic Avenger Part II actor’s early days studying shotokan, kyokushin, tang soo do, goju-ryu, kobudo and taekwondo — and how he entered every martial arts tournament he could find!
A New Twist on Bullying
Although he describes himself as a member of the nerd class (despite non-exemplary academic performance early on), White often picked fights with bullies in school.
“One of my favorite things in the world [at that time] was fighting,” the student of Bill Wallace and the late Joe Lewis says. “I couldn’t stand bullies, so I’d challenge them. It wasn’t a praiseworthy thing; I went after bullies because they’d give me better fights and I could justify kicking somebody’s behind.”
Before appearing in films like Universal Soldier: The Return with the likes of Jean-Claude Van Damme and other top names of the day, White had to get right with himself and past his adolescent anger — anger which he links to his struggles with a broken family life. “I was very sensitive,” he says in this FREE download. “I was building up a fortress just to protect myself. Inside, I was really feeling the harshness of my reality.”
How the Martial Arts Saved Him
In this FREE download, learn how the Spawn, Toxic Avenger Part II and Universal Soldier: The Return actor worked his way out of a troubled adolescence by finding solace — and later an ethical design for living — through traditional martial arts training with legends such as Joe Lewis, Benny Urquidez, Gene LeBell and Bill Wallace!
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