New York, NY-- Actress and Martial Arts Legend Cynthia Rothrock has agreed to make a few key convention appearances in 2020, via Eva Ink Artist Group/Pros & Cons Celebrity Booking.
A Black Belt in numerous disciplines, Rothrock has made over 43 action films, including "China O'Brien (1 and 2)," "Yes, Madam," "Righting Wrongs," "No Retreat, No Surrender," "Martial Law (1 and 2)," "The Blonde Fury," "Millionaire's Express," "Rage and Honor," "Sworn to Justice," "Rapid Fire," "Lady Dragon," and "Guardian Angel."
Her fight against Michelle Yeoh in "Yes Madame" is considered one of the best on screen fights of all time. And in fact, she ranked as the world-wide, #2 leading marital arts movie draw for over a period of ten years-- one of the few performers to achieve genuine Stardom in seven films.
In addition, Cynthia's TV appearances include "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys," opposite Kevin Sorbo, and "The Dukes of Hazzard Reunion." She is also the inspiration behind the video game character Sonya Blade in the game "Mortal Kombat" and is part of the creative team on the video game "The Untouchable 2." In addition, she is a voiceover actress, lending her vocals to the animated series "Eek the Cat."
Cynthia Rothrock is the real deal. The "Queen of Martial Arts Films."
At only 5'3" she holds five Black Belts in various Far Eastern disciplines, including Northern Shaolin (classical Chinese), Eagle Claw (Chinese), and Tang Soo Do (Korean), Tae Kwon Do (Korean) and Wu Shu (Contemporary Chinese.)
She was the undefeated World Karate Champion in both forms and weapons from 1981 to 1985. And is one of the very few individuals to be inducted into both the Black Belt Hall of Fame and Inside Kung-Fu Hall of Fame.
|Cynthia with Michael Khan (aka Yoeh)|
And there are so many ways to capitalize on this rabid fan base.
In addition to her signing at her table at the show, and photo ops, we can also negotiate "meet and greets, " panels and seminars (additional fees), and can arrange screenings of her movies, to make this a multi-faceted part of your convention.
To discuss particulars, please contact Renee Witterstaetter at: email@example.com
Here are a few clips of Cynthia Rothrock and her work:
Rothrock versus Sheperd on "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys":
Rothrock versus Kevin Sorbo's Hercules on "Hercules:The Legendary Journeys:
Climactic scene in "Yes, Madam", with Michelle Yeoh, which broke box-office records in Hong Kong: