In 1983, while Rothrock was on Ernie Reyes’ West Coast Demonstration Team, she was discovered by Golden Harvest in Los Angeles, California. It was two years (1985) later that she made her first martial arts movie for them, Yes, Madam (also known as Police Assassins or In the Line of Duty Part 2) which also starred Michelle Yeoh. It proved to be a box office success. She ended up staying in Hong Kong until 1988 doing seven films there.
Rothrock became one of the few western performers to achieve genuine stardom in the local Hong Kong film industry before achieving success in their own country. She was credited as 羅芙洛 (“Fu Lok Law” or “Foo Lok Law”) in many Hong Kong movies. Producer Pierre David initiated Rothrock’s move to the American turf. David offered her a co-starring role with Chad McQueen in Martial Law, Rothrock’s first U.S. production. For the next ten years, she led a successful career in B-grade action movies. Her films include China O’Brien and China O’Brien 2, Guardian Angel, Honor & Glory, No Retreat, No Surrender 2 and Prince of the Sun amongst a roster of thirty films.
Over the past 5 years, our management has staged a number of world class tours and “Australian First” events. We have worked with Arnold Schwarzenegger, hosted Chuck Norris, and held Jean-Claude Van Damme’s first “Untold Stories” Evening Event. We were the first to host Superstar John Cena in his world-first spoken word tour. We brought action stars Steven Seagal, Dolph Lundgren, Michael Jai White and Scott Adkins to Australia for the very first time. As well as toured UFC Champions Georges St-Pierre and Anderson Silva on their first visits to Australia.
These highly recognised names have allowed us to partner with some of the best businesses in Australia. Our partners include Hammers Gym, California Burgers, KMA Martial Arts, The Melbourne Convention Centre, Fox Sports Australia, Crown Casino Melbourne, The Star Sydney and Prestige Hire Australia.