The Scorpion King 4: Quest For PowerFrom the producers of The Mummy comes an all new action adventure as the legendary Scorpion King takes on an entire kingdom to keep an evil leader from an unstoppable power. Scorpion King Mathayus seeks the help of an enigmatic woman and her eccentric father on his mission to harness a mystical power, and stop an evil heir from seizing control of the kingdom.
Critic Reviews of "The Scorpion King 4: Quest For Power"
Paul Chambers Movie ChambersJanuary 15, 2015
Movies can make you feel like a kid again, but this latest entry in "The Mummy" franchise is so base that only a pre-pubescent boy with limited intelligence might be interested. Even then, I wonder for how long.
Gallery of "The Scorpion King 4: Quest For Power"
Soundtracks of "The Scorpion King 4: Quest For Power"
Actors of "The Scorpion King 4: Quest For Power"
Victor WebsterBirth date: 7 February 1973, Calgary, Alberta, CanadaDescription: Victor Webster was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. In the summer of 1973 Victor and his family moved to San Clemente, Ca. where he attended high school. After graduation he attended Saddleback Junior College, and then went on to become a stockbroker. He later owned and operated an import/export company, and then slowly transitioned into acting after moving to Los Angeles in 1998.Victor holds a black belt in Tae Kwon Do and has taught and competed in many forms of martial arts. He holds an undefeated record as a heavyweight in both Tae Kwon Do competition and amateur kickboxing.He has appeared in People Magazine and was named one of the "50 Most Eligible Bachelors".
Ellen HollmanBirth date: 7 February 1973, Calgary, Alberta, CanadaDescription: Ellen Hollman is an actress, known for Spartacus: Blood and Sand (2010), Into the Badlands (2015) and NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (2003). She has been married to Stephen Dunlevy since August 27, 2016.
Will KempBirth date: 29 June 1977, Hertfordshire, England, UKDescription: Will Kemp comes from an English family, including one brother and one sister. His father is a graphic designer and his mother is a former model. At age 9, Will's mother suggested that he take up a new hobby and attend dance classes. Dancing turned out to be his God-given talent! Eventually, hard work with Elizabeth Harrison FISTD earned Will a place into the Royal Ballet Seniors and later the Royal Ballet Upper Class. Finally, at age 17, Will auditioned for Matthew Bourne's impressive dance company, Adventures in Motion Pictures (AMP), and was accepted. Will then was cast for the original showing of Swan Lake, working his way up to the lead role of the Swan. During a performance as the Swan, Will was spotted by Paramount Studio head, Sherry Lansing - immediately, she "was so smitten by his performance" that she dubbed him the "James Dean of Ballet". Matthew Bourne continued to involve Will in his works, including Cinderella, Spitfire, The Car Man, and Play Without Words. In fact, as the lead role of the Pilot in Cinderella, he was nominated for a Los Angeles Critics Drama Award for Outstanding Featured Performer. In 2002, Will became a sensational hit when shakin' his booty in a GAP campaign for loose-fitted jeans "For Every Generation". In 2004, Will made his big screen debut in 'Stephen Sommer''s monster thriller, Van Helsing (2004), as the Werewolf. Up next is Renny Harlin's Mindhunters (2004), where Will plays an FBI trainee trying to solve a mock crime. As we look forward to seeing Will on the silver screen, he still pursues his dancing career onstage in England, managing both dancing and acting.
Barry BostwickBirth date: 24 February 1945, San Mateo, California, USADescription: Tall (6' 4"), agile, energetic, and ever-so-confident as both actor and singer, especially on the award-winning Broadway stage, Barry Bostwick possesses that certain narcissistic poise, charm and élan that reminds one instantly (and humorously) of a Kevin Kline -- both were quite brilliant in their respective interpretations of The Pirate King in "The Pirates of Penzance". Yet, for all his diverse talents (he is a Golden Globe winner and was nominated for the Tony Award three times, winning once), Barry is indelibly caught in a time warp. Even today, 35 years after the fact, he is indelibly associated with the role of nerdy hero Brad Majors in the midnight movie phenomena The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975). While it is extremely flattering to be a part of such a cult institution, Barry's acting legacy deserves much more than this.He was born Barry Knapp Bostwick on February 24, 1945, in San Mateo, California, one of two sons of Elizabeth "Betty" (Defendorf) and Bud Bostwick (Henry Bostwick), a city planner and actor. A student at San Mateo High School, he and his elder brother Peter use to put on musicals and puppet shows for the neighborhood kids. Barry attended San Diego's United States International University's School for the Performing Arts in 1967, and switched from music to drama during the course of his studies. He also worked occasionally as a circus performer, which would come in handy on the musical stage down the line. He subsequently moved to New York and attended the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at New York University.Making his stage debut at age 22 in a production of "Take Her, She's Mine," Barry performed in a number of non-musical roles in such productions of "War and Peace" (1968) and "The Misanthrope (1968). Making his 1969 Broadway debut in "Cock-a-Doodle Dandy", which ran in tandem with "Hamlet" in which he was featured as Osric, it was his portrayal of the swaggering, leather jacket-wearing 50s "bad boy" Danny Zuko in the 1972 Broadway high-school musical smash "Grease" that put Barry's name prominently and permanently on the marquee signs. Originating the role, he was nominated for a Tony but lost out that year to the older generation (Phil Silvers for "A Funny Thing Happened...").In the midst of all this star-making hoopla, Barry was also breaking into films with a minor role in Jennifer on My Mind (1971) and leading parts in the comedy spoofs Road Movie (1974) and The Wrong Damn Film (1975). It all paled after winning the role as Susan Sarandon's simp of a boyfriend in the The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975), which featured a delicious Tim Curry camping it up as a transvestite monster-maker. The movie, based on the macabre 1973 British stage musical "The Rocky Horror Show," packed the midnight movie houses with costumed fans replicating every move and, word and offering puns and props aplenty in recapturing the insanity of the show.While the "Rocky" association hit like a tornado, Barry ventured on and tried to distance himself. He created sparks again on Broadway, garnering a second Tony nomination for the comedy revival "They Knew What They Wanted" in 1976. He finally took home the trophy the following year for the musical "The Robber Bridegroom" (1977), which relied again on his patented bluff and bravado as a Robin Hood-like hero. Following top roles in the musicals "She Loves Me" and "The Pirates of Penzance", Barry turned rewardingly to film and TV.The two-part feature Movie Movie (1978), which played like an old-style double feature, was a great success, performing alongside esteemed actor George C. Scott. Barry excelled in both features, but especially the musical parody. He fared just as well on the smaller screen in TV movies, playing everything from historical icons (George Washington) to preening matinée idols (John Gilbert), and winning a Golden Globe for his role as a military officer in the epic miniseries War and Remembrance (1988). A variety of interesting roles followed in glossy, soap-styled fare, farcical comedies and period drama.A welcomed return to Broadway musicals in the form of "Nick & Nora" (he as sleuth Nick "The Thin Man" Charles) was marred when the glitzy production folded after only nine perfs. Instead, the prematurely grey-haired actor found steadier success in sitcoms as a smug comedy foil to Michael J. Fox playing Mayor Randall Winston for six seasons in Spin City (1996). He later enjoyed a recurring role as a dauntless attorney on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999). Then again, Barry could be spotted pitching items in commercials or hamming it up in family-oriented Disneyesque entertainment in the "Parent Trap" and "101 Dalmatian" mold.In 1997, Bostwick was diagnosed with prostate cancer, and 10 days later had his prostate removed. The operation was successful and in 2004, he won the Gilda Radner Courage Award from the Roswell Park Cancer Institute. Just a year earlier he appeared on an episode of "Scrubs" as a patient also having prostate cancer. Barry married somewhat late in life. For a brief time he was wed to actress Stacey Nelkin (1987-1991), but has since become a father of two, Brian and Chelsea, with second wife Sherri Jensen Bostwick, an actress who appeared with Barry in the TV movie Praying Mantis (1993).
Rutger HauerBirth date: 23 January 1944, Breukelen, Utrecht, NetherlandsDescription: Blonde, blue-eyed, tall and handsome Dutch actor Rutger Hauer has an international reputation for playing everything from romantic leads to action heroes to sinister villains. Hauer was born in Breukelen, a town in the province of Utrecht, the Netherlands. He is the son of Teunke (Mellema) and Arend Hauer, both actors. Because his parents were often touring, he and his three sisters were raised by a nanny. A bit of a rebel during his childhood, he chafed at the rules and rigors of school and was often getting into mischief. His grandfather had been the captain of a schooner and at age 15, Hauer ran away to work on a freighter for a year. Like his great-grandfather, Hauer is color-blind, which prevented him from furthering his career as a sailor. Upon his return he attended night school and started working in the construction industry. When he again bombed at school, his parents enrolled him in drama classes. Fancying himself a poet, he spent most of his time writing poetry and hanging out in Amsterdam coffee houses instead of studying. He was expelled for poor attendance and afterward spent a brief period in the Dutch navy. Deciding he didn't like military life, he convinced his superiors that he was mentally unfit and was sent to a special home for psych patients. It was an unpleasant place, but Hauer remained there until he convinced his ranking officers that the military really did not need him.
Michael BiehnBirth date: 31 July 1956, Anniston, Alabama, USADescription: Michael Connell Biehn was born on July 31, 1956 in Anniston, Alabama, to Marcia (Connell) and Don Biehn, a lawyer. He grew up in Lincoln, Nebraska, and at age 14 moved with his family to Lake Havasu, Arizona, where he won a drama scholarship to the University of Arizona. He left prematurely two years later to pursue an acting career in Hollywood. His first big role was as a psychotic fan stalking Lauren Bacall in The Fan (1981) and later appeared in The Lords of Discipline (1983). He hit the big-time when he was cast as Kyle Reese, the man sent back through time to stop Arnold Schwarzenegger in James Cameron's The Terminator (1984). This established a good working relationship with Cameron, a relationship that should have catapulted Biehn to international stardom. He starred in Cameron's subsequent films, Aliens (1986) and The Abyss (1989), the latter a standout performance as unstable Navy SEAL officer Lt. Hiram Coffey. In the 1990s he starred in films like Navy Seals (1990), K2 (1991) and was particularly memorable as Johnny Ringo in Tombstone (1993). Biehn is married and the father of four sons.
M. Emmet WalshBirth date: 22 March 1935, Ogdensburg, New York, USADescription: Wonderfully talented, heavyset character actor (from New York, but regularly playing Southerners) M. Emmet Walsh has made a solid career of playing corrupt cops, deadly crooks, and zany comedic roles since the early 1970s.Michael Emmet Walsh was born in Ogdensburg, to Agnes Katharine (Sullivan) and Harry Maurice Walsh, a customs agent. He is of Irish descent. Walsh first appeared in a few fairly forgettable roles both on TV and onscreen before cropping up in several well remembered films, including a courtroom police officer in What's Up, Doc? (1972), as the weird Dickie Dunn in Slap Shot (1977), and as a loony sniper hunting Steve Martin in The Jerk (1979). On-screen demand heated up for him in the early 1980s with attention-grabbing work in key hits, including Brubaker (1980), Reds (1981), and as Harrison Ford's police chief in the futuristic thriller Blade Runner (1982). Walsh then turned in a stellar performance as the sleazy, double-crossing private detective in the Joel Cohen and Ethan Coen film noir Blood Simple. (1984), and showed up again for the Coens as a loud-mouthed sheet-metal worker bugging Nicolas Cage in the hilarious Raising Arizona (1987). As Walsh moved into his fifties and beyond, Hollywood continued to offer him plenty of work, and he has appeared in over 50 movies since passing the half-century mark. His consistent ability to turn out highly entertaining portrayals led film critic Roger Ebert to coin the "Stanton-Walsh Rule," which states that any film starring Walsh or Harry Dean Stanton has to have some merit. And the "M" stands for Michael!
Royce GracieBirth date: 12 December 1966, Rio de Janeiro, BrazilDescription: Royce Gracie, of the legendary Gracie family, is one of the most prolific and influential MMA fighters in history. He became an 'underdog' hero while changing the landscape of combat sports and revolutionizing martial arts forever. After winning the first UFC Tournament(s) (UFC1, UFC2, UFC4), he proved that with the knowledge of his father's fighting style (Brazilian Jiu Jitsu) a "David" could beat a "Goliath". Royce is the only fighter in history to defeat four opponents in the same night; unlike today, these tournaments had no weight divisions, no time limits and no real rules. In Brazil they were called "Vale Todo" in America it became 'no-holds-barred' and was quickly ruled illegal throughout most of the U.S. In 2003, Royce was the first fighter inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame. His record of 'victories via submissions' remain untouched. Today he's considered an icon, a pioneer, and "The Godfather" of a sport that will be celebrating it's 20th anniversary, November 12th 2013.
Leigh GillBirth date: 12 December 1966, Rio de Janeiro, BrazilDescription: Leigh Gill is an actor, known for Butterfly Kisses (2017), The Scorpion King: The Lost Throne (2015) and Get Santa (2014).
Esmé BiancoBirth date: 25 May 1982, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England, UKDescription: British-born Esmé Bianco is an internationally-acclaimed actress and performer, best-known for her role as "Ros" in the Emmy Award-winning show, Game of Thrones (2011).Degree-educated in Drama and Theatre Arts at London's Goldsmiths University; Bianco's acting career started with performances in music videos for the likes of Robbie Williams and Slayer, and UK television appearances on BBC and Channel 4; before she was cast as "Ros" in the pilot episode of HBO's "Game of Thrones".Although originally cast in the pilot for only one scene opposite Peter Dinklage, Bianco's talent spoke volumes and changed the course of the series. Astounded by her single performance, executives boldly swayed from the books on which "Game of Thrones" is based, turning "Ros", a one-time guest star fabricated for the pilot into a series regular. Interestingly, after getting the series green light, the original pilot episode was totally re-shot with the exception of Bianco's first scene with Dinklage; a scene which garnered her a three-season run. "Game of Thrones" secured her a loyal fan base across the globe and her popularity continues to grow along with her rising film career.Bianco has enjoyed a successful modeling career, fronting campaigns for luxury lingerie brands, such as Agent Provocateur, Modern Courtesan and Atsuko Kudo, and has traveled the world with her burlesque and cabaret shows, creating high octane performances for the likes of Sting, the Monte Carlo Grand Prix, W hotel, Ministry of Sound and Vanity Fair.She recently relocated to Los Angeles.
Eve TorresBirth date: 21 August 1984, Denver, Colorado, USADescription: Eve Torres was born on August 21, 1984 in Denver, Colorado, USA as Eve Marie Torres. She is an actress, known for WWE Monday Night RAW (1993), Jue di tao wang (2016) and WWF SmackDown! (1999). She has been married to Rener Gracie since April 13, 2014. They have one child.
Brandon HardestyBirth date: 13 April 1987, Baltimore, Maryland, USADescription: Brandon Hardesty was born in Baltimore, MD on April 13th, 1987. He attended Baltimore Lutheran School and in his 6th year he was asked by his English teacher to be in the school play. He performed in two plays: The Crucible and George Washington Slept Here.After graduating, he attended Stevenson University and Towson University, majoring in film. In 2006, when YouTube first gained popularity, Hardesty made videos in his parents' basement. The videos depicted Hardesty reenacting his favorite scenes from movies. They quickly grew in popularity, and in 2007, Hardesty had one of his videos featured in a Geico commercial.In late 2007, Hardesty was contacted by a film producer who had seen one of his videos. He asked him to audition for an independent film: Bart Got A Room, starring William H. Macy and Cheryl Hines. Hardesty got the part, and subsequently got representation.In early 2008, Hardesty made five consecutive appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live featuring his own reenactments of the five Best Picture nominees that year. After that, stayed on the east coast and worked in a grocery store until he got a lead role in American Pie Presents: The Book Of Love, as well as a supporting role in Bucky Larson: Born To Be A Star. Hardesty has lived bicoastally in Los Angeles, CA and Baltimore, MD ever since. He continues to make YouTube videos, but his focus has mostly been on auditioning for roles in feature films and television shows.
Rodger HalstonBirth date: 13 April 1987, Baltimore, Maryland, USADescription: Rodger Halston was raised on a ranch in Oregon. He comes from a family of artist and performers. Starting at age four Rodger was singing with his dad at conventions. He has been an artist his entire life. In the 1990's Rodger dropped out of college and moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting full time.
Grant ElliottBirth date: 13 April 1987, Baltimore, Maryland, USADescription: Grant Elliott is an actor, known for Smokin' Aces 2: Assassins' Ball (2010), Beethoven's Big Break (2008) and The Scorpion King: The Lost Throne (2015).
Lou FerrignoBirth date: 9 November 1951, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USADescription: An internationally famous and well respected bodybuilder / actor, Lou Ferrigno first appeared on TV screens in 1977 as the musclebound The Incredible Hulk (1978), the alter ego of meek scientist Bruce Banner. Ferrigno was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1951 and as a child suffered from an ear infection that resulted in permanent partial hearing loss. Undeterred by what some may have perceived as a disadvantage, Lou threw himself into athletics (predominantly weightlifting and body building) and at the age of 21 won his first Mr. Universe title. For good measure, he came back and won it again the following year!He also played professional football in the Canadian Football League, before coming to the attention of producer Kenneth Johnson, who was seeking just the right person to portray on screen the comic book superhero, The Incredible Hulk. With his 6' 5", 285 lb. frame, Lou was the biggest professional bodybuilder of the time, and had recently starred in the documentary Pumping Iron (1977), about the 1975 Mr. Olympia contest in South Africa. He successfully auditioned for the part of the green-skinned Goliath, and that is the role with which he is most closely identified."The Hulk" was a huge ratings success and spawned several telemovies after the initial TV series completed its run. Lou continued to remain busy in films and TV with appearances often centered around his remarkable physique. His films included Hercules (1983), Sinbad of the Seven Seas (1989) and Frogtown II (1992). Lou has additionally guest-starred on several TV shows including The Fall Guy (1981) and Mike Hammer (1984) and had a recurring role on The King of Queens (1998). In 1997 he was featured in the dynamic documentary about his sensational return to professional bodybuilding at age 43, Stand Tall (1997). The film detailed how he returned to compete in the Masters category of the Mr. Olympia contest against several familiar bodybuilding foes. In more recent years, he has appeared in several films, including The Misery Brothers (1995), Ping! (2000), From Heaven to Hell (2002) and a cameo as a security guard in the big-budget remake of Hulk (2003).Big Lou is also a successful author with two books detailing his bodybuilding knowledge, and his life behind the scenes playing the Incredible Hulk on TV in the 1970s, plus he has a popular website frequented by his many fans worldwide.
Don WilsonBirth date: 10 September 1954, Cocoa Beach, Florida, USADescription: Don "The Dragon" Wilson is considered the greatest kick-boxing champion in the sport's history. A native of South Florida, Wilson began fighting in the late 1970s. In a career which spanned 4 decades, he won 11 world kick-boxing championships, among them the WKA, STAR, WKC, PKO Lightheavyweight World Championships, WKA, STAR, ISKA World Cruiserweight Titles, and the WKA and STAR Super-Lightheavyweight World Championships. He posted a record of 72-5-2 with 47 wins by knockout. Wilson defeated such world champions as Dennis Alexio, Oaktree Edwards, and Dick Kimber. He retired from the sport in 1990, but launched a comeback on May 14, 1999. Since his return he has knocked-out Dick Kimber and defeated Dewey Cooper.
Roy NelsonBirth date: 20 June 1976, Las Vegas, Nevada, USADescription: Roy Nelson was born on June 20, 1976 in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. He is an actor, known for UFC Fight Night: Florian vs. Gomi (2010), The Making of Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power Dvd-extra (2015) and Fighters Only Mixed Martial Arts Awards IV (2011).
Antonio SilvaBirth date: 14 September 1979, Brasília, Distrito Federal, BrazilDescription: When he was aged 3, Antonio Carlos Silva observed a karate demonstration at a playground, which stirred his interest in the martial arts, and later lead to him being one of the most agile heavyweights in Mixed Martial Arts. Silva trained in karate for 13 years before transitioning to Jiu Jitsu in his native Brazil. In 2005, Silva trained with the famed Wolfslair MMA Academy which lead to his first professional mixed martial arts bout when he fought in UK Mixed Martial Arts Championship. Silva used his greater size to control his opponent, Tengiz Tedoradze, while clinching early in the stand up. Silva took Tedoradze to the ground and landed several unanswered strikes to his dazed opponent which ended the fight by technical knockout just over a minute in the bout.Silva fought Marcus Tchinda in another UK promotion, Cage Warriors Fighting Championship. Silva defeated Tchinda by submitting him with punches. Silva had his first championship opportunity when he fought at Cage Rage 12 for the Cage Rage Heavyweight title against Rafael Carino. Carino held Silva against the cage until the referee pulled them apart. Silva hit Carino with a right hook which echoed, and Carino forced him against the fence again. Silva fought his way to reverse Carino and hold him against the cage. When Carino ran from his opponent's grasp against the cage, Silva hit him with punches which sent him to the ground. Silva went to the ground and landed punches on the unresponsive Carino which lead to a fight stoppage just short of 3 minutes. Silva won a second title when he fought Ruben Villareal at "Strike Force 4" for the vacant Cage Warriors Fighting Championship's Super-heavyweight title. Villareal attacked first with legs kicks and Silva reacted with leg kicks and punches. Silva used his size advantage in grasping Villareal's body against the cage then taking him to the ground. Silva attacked Villareal with punches from top position. Silva then pushed him against the fence to continue the attacks with knees, punches, and hammer-fists until the referee stopped the bout over 3 minutes into the fight. Silva's victory unified the Cage Rage and Cage Warriors championships. Silva defended the Cage Warriors Super-Heavyweight World Title when he fought Tadas Rimkevicius on the "Strike Force 5" card. Soon after missing a head kick, Silva ran and got a double-leg take-down of Rimkevicius against the fence. He proceeded to landed a barrage of punches in between his opponent holding his head. The bout ended after a series of left hammer-fists and punches resulted in a referee stoppage by way of TKO.Silva left Cage Warriors and fought Tom Erikson in Japan for K-1 Hero's 5. Erikson landed the first strike by way of a push jab. Silva forced him against the ropes and hit him with knees and body punches. The referee separated them and Erikson went on the offense and hit Silva with punches. Silva moved forward with a double-leg take-down on Erikson. From top position he hit his opponent with punches and hammer-fists until the referee stopped the fight. Silva's next fought Georgy Kaysinov at K-1 Hero's 7 and defeated his opponent by technical knockout short of three minutes in the first round. Silva fought Eric Pele in Canada for a super-heavyweight bout on the December 2006 BodogFight: USA vs. Russia (2006) card. Silva stalked Pele and landed two hard right kicks. Silva backed Pele into a corner of the ring and unleashed punches which caused Pele to cover up. Pele escaped the corner and fell from a knee and punches from Silva, which sent part of his body through the ropes as Silva attacked him on the ground. The referee intervened and allowed Pele to be inside the ring completely, then resume the bout with both fighters standing up. Silva landed a hard right kick which made contact with Pele's groin and the referee stopped the action to allow Pele to recover. Silva again went on the offensive with punches and Pele landed a few of his own. Silva again resumed the pressure with knees and punches as Pele covered up. Pele hit Silva with a massive right punch causing him to fall to the ground. From the ground Silva fought to recover as Pele landed more punches to his head and the referee stopped the fight. An upset Silva and his corner team questioned the referee's decision to stop the fight.Silva was signed in Elite XC (2007) (Elite Xtreme Combat) and fought Wesley 'Cabbage' Correira at super-heavyweight on the card at Elite XC: Destiny (2007). They exchanged hard punches until "Bigfoot" got the advantage by pulling Correira's legs from underneath him, then ended up on top to land strikes. Silva allowed Correira to stand, while holding his neck in a choke position and delivering right knees to the head. Correira survived and averted a second take-down by Silva. The action ended up against the fence and the fighters were separated. Silva connected a jumping right knee to Correira's face, which hurt him, then continued with punches to the ground. "Cabbage" covered up and the referee stopped the bout. Silva made the limits of the heavyweight division to fight Jonathan Wiezorek at Elite XC: Renegade (2007). Silva avoided Wiezorek when he rushed towards him on the cage and hit him with strikes. Wiezorek again threw punches to work his way into a clinch, and Silva pushed him away. Silva landed a knee then a leg kick to his opponent. A third rush by Wiezorek near the cage was met with strikes from Silva. Wiezorek was stunned by the punches and attempted to take Silva to the ground. Silva sprawled and controlled Wiezorek from top. Silva landed punches and elbows from half-guard. Silva fought to full mount and landed more strikes to his opponent on the ground. Wiezorek moved his body around to avoid the brunt of the strikes, until Silva secured his opponent's back and obtained the rear-naked choke submission."Bigfoot" moved down to heavyweight for matches against Gary Turner and Shane Carwin, neither of which materialized. A third opponent was founded in UFC heavyweight champion Ricco Rodriguez at Elite XC: Street Certified (2008). It became Silva's first bout to make it through all rounds, and he got the win over Rodriguez by split decision. To inaugurate an EliteXC's heavyweight champion, Silva fought Justin Eilers at EliteXC Saturday Night Fights: Episode #1.2 (2008)("Unfinished Business"). Silva landed a leg kick and Eilers circled around him on the outside the middle of the cage. They exchanged a few strikes until Silva ran forward and grabbed Eilers' legs to ground him. Silva leaned his weight on Eilers' back and hit with punches, a knee to the body, and more punches. Referee Herb Dean intervened to deduct a point from Silva due to illegally striking Eilers on the back of his head. The fight resumed and Silva connected with kicks to the head and leg. His punches forced Eilers backward and then a lost of balance to the ground. Silva tried to capitalized on his downed opponent but Eilers stood up. Silva pushed him against the cage and hit him with punches to the face and knees to the leg. The bout went off the cage and both fighters exchanged punches until round's end. In round two, Silva was punched by Eilers and counterstrike to send Eilers back into the cage. Silva struck with a knee and hit Eilers with a barrage of punches. Eilers turned his back and held on the cage then collapsed to his knees. Silva continued punching until the bout was stopped, earning him EliteXC's heavyweight championship.In August 2008, the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC), which sanctioned "Unfinished Business" (EliteXC Saturday Night Fights: Episode #1.2 (2008)), released urinalysis results which indicated Silva had tested positive for a banned anabolic agent commonly used by veterinarians: Boldenone. Silva and his management contested the results, citing his suffering of acromegaly--the cause of his massive body--and the fact that he had surgery in 2007 to remove a brain tumor. Silva had his team file a lawsuit against the CSAC suspension, while EliteXC's management decided keep the title on him until the situation was resolved. Elite XC (2007) ended operations in October 2008, the same month the CSAC upheld Silva's suspension accompanied with a $2,500 fine. These factors prevented Silva from ever defending the title, making him the first and only holder of the EliteXC heavyweight championship. With his management citing issues with the CSAC test results and financial needs, Silva fought in Japan. Silva fought Yoshihiro Nakao at "No Ran 2009" for Japan's Sengoku promotion. Nakao landed an early left punch to Silva's body then a right hook to the head. A right front kick by Silva landed, then a right kick was blocked by Nakao. Nakao's left kick was blocked, then Silva punches him in the face twice. Nakao quickly ran for a take-down, and was met by a sprawl by Silva. Silva landed a legal knee to his downed opponent and landed punches. Nakao stood up from Silva's control, and became the recipient of a flying knee. Silva's landed a left body kick left then a grazing left leg kick to Nakao's right leg. Silva landed two more punches before Nakao ran away, slowed down, and indicated for a time out from the referee. Silva won via technical knockout due to Nakao's left knee injury.In early September 2009, almost two months after the CSAC suspension expired, Silva again fought for Sengoku, submitting Jim York in the first round. When Silva returned to fight in the United States, no action was taken to prevent him from fighting for Strikeforce (2009). Silva fought on the CBS Strikeforce M-1 Global Saturday Night Fights (2009) card. Silva initially had the advantage in the first round, getting the better of the striking and hurting Werdum. Werdum recovered then rebounded in the second and third rounds, getting Silva on the ground then landing punches, and pushing him against the fence. Silva loss to Werdum by unanimous decision. Silva's second bout in the promotion happened with Andrei Arlovski at Strikeforce M-1 Global: Fedor vs. Werdum (2010). Silva was dominant in round one by hurting Arlovski with punches, getting him on the ground and against the cage. Arlovski was more aggressive in the second round by exchanging with strikes and clinching with Silva. Silva and Arlovski continued clinching and striking in the third round, until Silva slammed his opponent to the ground and control the action for the rest of the fight. Silva won unanimously on the judges scorecards. At Strikeforce: Henderson vs. Babalu 2 (2010), Silva's scheduled opponent was to have been Valentijn Overeem, however an elbow injury forced him from the bout. King Of The Cage light-heavyweight champion, Mike Kyle, was brought in as a replacement.Kyle landed powerful punches to Silva's head early in the first round with two jabs and a big right punch, sending Silva to the ground, and on the verge of a victory. Kyle went to the ground and landed punches and hammer fists as Silva covered up a for short time then pulled guard and used his hands to control Kyle from the bottom. Silva recovered to make it to the second round where he hit Kyle with a massive right punch and took him down to the ground. Silva applied a Darce choke and Kyle did not submit to then escaped fro. Silva returned to full mount and resumed the ground and pound attack from top to earn a technical knockout win.Silva became a participant in the Strikeforce World Grand Prix Heavyweight Tournament. He was matched up against Fedor Emelianenko at Strikeforce: Fedor vs. Silva (2011), in the main bout of the event which commenced the tournament. Silva placed Fedor on the defensive early, hitting him with a left low kick, hard punches, then used his giant frame to hold Emelianenko against the fence. Fedor attempted a guillotine choke which Silva countered by hoisting his opponent up and falling to the ground. Fedor ended up on top and land punches until Silva stood up. Silva hit Fedor with more punches and took him to the ground just before rounded one ended. Silva quickly took Emelianenko down in the second round and bloodied him with enormous punches. Fedor alternated between his stomach and back to avoid the massive strikes of "Big Foot". Silva applied a rear-naked choke which Emelianenko survived. Silva then transitioned to an arm-triangle choke submission on his opponent's right side. Emelianenko did not submit, and escaped from the hold while Silva retained his dominant position on top. He tried another submission by grabbing Emelianenko's right leg for a knee-bar. Fedor fought out of it and applied a leg-lock to Silva's right leg until the round expired. Before the third round could begin, the cage side physician ceased the bout due to Fedor's right eye, which was swollen shut. Silva advanced to the semifinals of the tournament by way of a technical knockout victory.
Stephen DunlevyBirth date: 1 November 1978, Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaDescription: Stephen Dunlevy was born on November 1, 1978 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He is known for his work on Mad Max: Fury Road (2015), Suicide Squad (2016) and Australia (2008). He has been married to Ellen Hollman since August 27, 2016.
Lindsay May HeathcoteBirth date: 1 November 1978, Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaDescription: Lindsay May Heathcote is known for her work on The Scorpion King: The Lost Throne (2015), She Wants Me (2012) and The Butterfly Room (2012).
Joshua RubinBirth date: 1 November 1978, Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaDescription: Joshua Rubin is an actor, known for Thick as Thieves (2009), Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo (2005) and The Prince & Me 3: A Royal Honeymoon (2008).
Ioan Andrei IonescuBirth date: 1 November 1978, Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaDescription: Ioan Andrei Ionescu is an actor, known for The Scorpion King: The Lost Throne (2015), Chosen (2016) and Brâncusi din eternitate (2014).
Radu IacobanBirth date: 1 November 1978, Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaDescription: Radu Iacoban is an actor, known for Amintiri din epoca de aur (2009), The Zero Theorem (2013) and Werewolf: The Beast Among Us (2012).
Cowboy ElliottBirth date: 1 November 1978, Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaDescription: Cowboy Elliott is an actor, known for American Pie Presents the Book of Love (2009), The Prince & Me II: The Royal Wedding (2006) and The Scorpion King: The Lost Throne (2015).
Mike ElliottBirth date: 1 November 1978, Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaDescription: Mike Elliott is an actor, known for The Scorpion King: The Lost Throne (2015).
Corneliu UliciBirth date: 1 November 1978, Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaDescription: Corneliu Ulici was born in Baia-Mare, Romania. He has graduated the National University of Theatre and Film "I.L. Caragiale", the Acting department. He has appeared in the plays "Biloxi Blues" (directed by Mircea Rusu), "Almost Maine" (directed by Andreea Vulpe), "The Unhappy Ones" (directed by Zsuzsánna Kovács) and several short films among which "Hello, Kitty" (directed by Millo Simulov, 2011) and "237 years" (directed by Ioana Mischie, 2016). His first contact with the movie industry was in 2005 as production assistant for Francis Ford Coppola's "Youth Without Youth". In 2011, he starred in "Something Good Out of Life" (directed by Dan Pita). This role brought him awards in three festivals: AVANCA - Portugal, The Romanian Film National Festival, for best actor and the award for best newcomer from The Romanian Filmmakers Union and he was nominated for best debut at the Gopo (Romanian Film Industry) Awards in 2012. He can be seen in Romanian and foreign films such as "The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman" (2013, director: Fredrik Bond), "Closer to the Moon" (2014, director: Nae Caranfil), "Kyra Kyralina" (2014, director: Dan Pita), "6,9 on the Richter Scale" (2016, director: Nae Caranfil) or "What about love?" (2017, director: Klaus Menzel). His first main role in a foreign film was in "The Crucifixion" (directed by Xavier Gens) where he played Father Anton. In 2016 he made his debut in television in the HBO series "The Silent Valley".
George RemesBirth date: 12 April 1981, Baia Mare, RomaniaDescription: George Remes was born on April 12, 1981 in Baia Mare, Romania. He is an actor and producer, known for Politist, adjectiv (2009), Assassination Games (2011) and Born to Raise Hell (2010).
Adi HandacBirth date: 12 April 1981, Baia Mare, RomaniaDescription: Adi Handac is known for his work on Seed of Chucky (2004), Le concert (2009) and Bølgen (2015).
Valentin VasilescuBirth date: 12 April 1981, Baia Mare, RomaniaDescription: Valentin Vasilescu is an actor, known for The Scorpion King: The Lost Throne (2015).
Ian WhyteBirth date: 17 September 1971, Bangor, North Wales, UKDescription: Ian Whyte was born in Bangor, North Wales and brought up in Brighton. He received athletic scholarships to Iona College in New York and Clarion University in Pennsylvania as a basketball player and later distinguished himself with 80 caps for England over a nine year international basketball career. In 2004 his physical attributes, his mental toughness and flair for the theatrical made him the perfect man to play the part of the iconic Predator in Paul W. Anderson's Sci Fi action film Alien Vs. Predator, to critical acclaim. Ian went on to develop his reputation as a talented physical actor by performing stunts for Francis De La Tour as the 8' 6" tall Madame Maxime, Head Mistress of the Beauxbatons Academy in Harry Potter and Goblet of Fire. In 2007 Ian reprised the role of the Predator in AVP: Requiem, again to critical acclaim and in 2010 the character of Madame Maxime in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1.Ian continues to play fearsome horror, fantasy and science fiction characters created by the most talented industry designers and is highly regarded as one of the finest, most talented and dedicated costume actors in the business. He has also recently come to prominence playing dramatic parts, most notable in the as yet unreleased Harrigan directed by Vince Woods. A stylish, gritty police drama set against the dark backdrop of 1970's Britain and as the fearsome and sinister Gregor Clegane, "The Mountain that Rides" in the second season of HBO's award winning fantasy drama: Game of Thrones.
Directors of "The Scorpion King 4: Quest For Power"
Mike ElliottDescription: Mike Elliott is a producer and assistant director, known for Halloween II (2009), The Devil's Rejects (2005) and War (2007).
Creators of "The Scorpion King 4: Quest For Power"
Michael D. WeissDescription: It looks like we don't have any Biography for Michael D. Weiss yet.