Two priests against the mob. Kick Ass, Repent, Repeat

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Sasha Mitchell is a model, actor, and kick-boxer, who will forever be known for two roles. From 1990 to 1993, he took over for Jean-Claude Van Damme in the Kickboxer series, ending it with the fourth installment, Kickboxer 4: The Aggressor (1994).

 A black belt in tae kwon do, Sasha was once an amateur kickboxing champion, and it helped him land the role of a boxer in 1988's Spike of Bensonhurst (1988). 

In 1991, Sasha got the role of Cody Lambert on the popular TV series Step by Step (1991). He played Cody from 1991 to 1996, and after some personal problems, returned for its final season in 1998.

Prior to acting, Sasha modeled exclusively for a year with famed fashion photographer Bruce Weber and studied acting in New York City at the National Improvisational Theatre. He made his television film debut in Pleasures (1986), and burst onto screens as Ruggieri in the action thriller Death Before Dishonor (1987).

Three years later, he joined the soap opera Dallas as James Beaumont, the illegitimate son of J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman). 

Immediately following his exit on Dallas in 1991, Sasha was chosen to be Jean-Claude van Damme's replacement in the hit movie installments Kickboxer 2: The Road Back as the lead character David Sloan. The movie was so popular that Sasha reprised the role in Kickboxer 3: The Art of War (1992) and Kickboxer 4 (1994). 

In that same year, Sasha re-teamed with Dallas co-star Patrick Duffy as Duffy's nephew, Cody Lambert, on the television show Step By Step, which he played for 7 years and was in 114 episodes. 

In 2000, Sasha made his return to films with Gangland (2001), directed by Art Camacho

After Step by Step's cancellation, Sasha went on to guest appear in television shows such as ER, JAG, NYPD Blue and films such as L.A. Confidential, Abelar: Tales of an Ancient Empire, Cyborg Nemesis, City of Blood, and The Kickboxer: Empire of the Dead.



Fran is a motivational speaker, comedienne, actress, adventurer, ordained minister, 19 time-author, spokesperson, consultant, and 6-time world record holder, most known as the Guinness Book of World Record’s Fastest Talking Woman. 

She has appeared on over 4500 radio shows and 450 TV shows including: The Meredith Vieira Show, Entertainment Tonight, Nick at Nite & Good Morning America. She used to be the weather and traffic girl at WBLS-FM radio in New York.

As an actress and voiceover talent Fran has appeared in cartoons and films including; Monica’s Gang, Hair, Lonely in America with Spike Lee; in the Sundance Film Festival winner, Sunday,  
Signs of the Cross winner of the Pocono & Long Island International film festivals for best picture, 4000 & Just Laugh and The Rick Springfield documentary” Affairs of the Heart”. She was also the voice on the National Sirius-XM commercial.  Her many credits are on IMBD.

She recently had a video go viral and was in Time magazine, The Huffington Post, Yahoo News, Buzz 60 and media outlets around the world.  During sweeps week she was on the Dr. Oz show playing a prank on Dr. Oz. 

Fran has entertained our troops all over the world with her stand up comedy from South Korea on the “National Mom Comedy Tour” to Okinawa shortly after 911. 

As an adventurer, Fran has bungee jumped, scuba dived with sharks, scaled castle walls, driven race cars, climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro and gone down to the wreck site of the Titanic.

 But out of all the things she has done, only one of them is still a mystery to her, it concerns 18th book, Hopeville: The City of Light is being touted as the Alchemist meets Think and Grow Rich and has #11 on Amazon! Fran knows how to live life to the fullest and loves to share it with the world. 

She loves entertaining her audiences around the world with her true and inspirational stories. 

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Chuck Zito


 Charles Heimlich also known as Dr. Protection started training in 1982 a champion competitor Multiple Hall of Fame member Certified CDT Founder and director of Heimlich karate

Commercial and acting lessons Jeremy Whelan ,Lisa Regina And others

Author actor martial arts professional personal fitness instructor- Speaker and motivator. Following in his father's footsteps, Zito became an amateur boxer and fought in New York Golden Gloves while working manual labor. In 1980, after assisting the bodyguards of actor Robert Conrad at a motorcycle convention, Zito began his own bodyguard agency. Named Charlie's Angels Bodyguard Services, Zito initially provided protection for actress Lorna Luft and later was hired by her half-sister Liza Minnelli.[6] The actress recommended Zito's service to her plethora of celebrity acquaintances, allowing Zito to quickly develop contacts throughout Hollywood. Parlaying his connection, Zito began a career as a stuntman working on films such as Year of the Dragon, Hudson Hawk, and The Rock. In 1996, after a meeting with producer Tom Fontana, Zito joined the HBO prison drama Oz as mobster Chucky Pancamo. Over the years Zito has alternated with stunt work and acting with credits for stunt work in films like Fifteen Minutes and acting roles in the film This Thing of Ours. In 2003, Zito released his autobiography, Street Justice, co-authored with Joe Layden.[citation needed] In 2006, Zito expanded into radio with the show Chuck Zito's View on Howard Stern's Sirius Satellite Radio station.[citation needed] In 2010, Zito filed a $5 million lawsuit against the cable network FX, alleging that he had a development meeting with them in 2006, in which he pitched the idea of an outlaw motorcycle group. He alleges that FX blew him off and then stole his idea, which became the FX show Sons of Anarchy.[7] On December 11, 2011, a court judgment was ruled against Zito. Zito appeared in Sons of Anarchy season 5, as Frankie Diamonds. He also appeared in SOA creator Kurt Sutter's Discovery Channel documentary series, Outlaw Empires. In 2013, Zito competed on Food Network Television's Chopped along with NASCAR's Danica Patrick, NFL star Tiki Barber, and Olympic Champion Natalie Coughlin. Mr. Zito has been in countless movies, television and films and is one of the hardest working actors in Hollywood  


Mark Richard Goldman



Mark “The GoldMan” Goldman:

The GoldMan has been featured in the Michael Baumgarten film “Paying Mr. McGetty” with R. Marcos Taylor and Don “The Dragon” Wilson, and Sony's Pictures in a Tom Renner Film “Assassin X” with Olivier Gruner Directed by Art Camacho.

The Mark Of The Gold Man has appeared in numerous film and television projects including: "The Deuce", "Narcos", "The Breaks", "Kevin Can Wait", "Blue Bloods", "Odd Mom Out', "Orange Is The New Black", "The Blacklist", 'The Outs", "Elementary", "Jessica Jones", "The Jim Gaffigan Show", Mr. Robot", "DareDevil", "Alpha House", "The Defenders" and "The Punisher"

Goldmanacus has also  produced “Trafico: Every Body Has a Price” for television.

When not fighting crime with the long arm of the lord, The Gold Man is a member of  the Wild Life rescue team certified by FEMA and Home Land Security in association with the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation. The only rescue and rehabilitation organization that promotes marine conservation from New York to Maine.



Thomas Renner was born in Brooklyn NY in 1965 and started his martial arts training at the age of 13 years old in the art of Japanese Ju Jutsu.  He has trained in Japan 5 times doing Japanese sword and Ju Jutsu Training through the years.  Shihan Renner has attained the rank of 7th Dan under Michael Depasquale Jr., a 6th Dan with Professor Leon Jay, and a 7th Dan under grandmaster George Dillman. Thomas currently holds a 4th Dan in Japanese Sword called Iaido.  Shihan Renner is also a Social Studies teacher at Westbury high school for the past 13 years. He has his bachelor’s degree in History and teaching and a master’s degree in computer technology and education.  Shihan Renner has been the owner and Chief instructor at the Kazan Dojo school of Self Defense located in Deer Park NY for 34 years where he and his son Thomas Renner Jr. teach classes several days a week. We teach stunt fighting, sword fighting and several types of Ju Jutsu and women’s self defense at the school.  Shihan Renner has attained numerous teaching awards from many organizations and has recently received a silver lifetime achievement award and outstanding Martial arts film of the year for his film the Chemist from Master Alan Goldberg at the Action Martial arts magazine Hall of honors. As Executive producer his film Assassin X also won 7 awards at the Action on Film international film festival. Shihan Renner received outstanding Teacher of the year award from Prof. Wally Jay and the sokeship council. He has also won the outstanding dedication to the martial arts award from the starbash event in Las Vegas hosted by Director Art Camacho. He also donates time to the boy scouts, girl scouts and demonstrates at cancer organizations to help raise money for the cure as well as Juvenile diabetes and ST. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.  Shihan Renner has been on the cover of Martial arts insider with Professor Wally Jay and was a contributing editor on movie interviews and Iaido for several issues . He has also been in several issues of Karate International Magazine and is in an article (centerfold) in Black Belt Magazine on small circle Ju Jitsu with Professor Leon Jay.