Cung Le is one of the most famous names in the Martial Arts Fight World as “…pound for pound one of the most exciting fighters of all time (Dave Carter, Inside Kung Fu).” Cung Le is not only a four-time world champion who is in his prime; he is also a dedicated father and role model to millions. Cung’s magnetic personality and charisma translate to the next logical step; a thriving career in film.

Cung recently appeared opposite Channing Tatum in Rogue Film's FIGHTING for director Dito Montiel (GUIDE TO RECOGNIZING YOUR SAINTS) which is currently in post. Cung next portrayed “Marshall Law” in the independent feature film TEKKEN, based on the widely popular video game.

Le has captivated his television audience with outstanding victories on ESPN2 StrikeForce, Pay-Per-View's K-1 Superfights, DRAKA Championships and Shidokan, The Triathlon of Martial Arts. Most recently on SHOWTIME SPORTS EliteXC/Strikeforce, Cung defeated Frank Shamrock for the Middleweight Championship Title.

In 1975, three days before the fall of Saigon, Cung Le and his mother Anne escaped Vietnam by helicopter under heavy gunfire. They spent several difficult months in a refugee camp in the Philippines until the time they where reunited with some of their family members. Luckily, they had a sponsor in America and were able to start their new lives in San Jose, California.

His beginning, his challenges, his victories, and the road ahead are featured in three unforgettable episodes of the television series JOURNEY OF A CHAMPION. Cung is featured as the subject of a documentary that chronicles his life "Cung Le, The Making of a Champion", beginning with Le as a child in Vietnam, following him as a wrestler in college and taking the audience ringside for his many hard fought victories. The film also takes you behind the scenes to see the type of grueling training that makes a champion. Le was also the featured guest for The Discovery Channel documentary titled, "On the

Inside: Martial Arts." At the prestigious 2004 Asia Entertainment awards, Le was honored as the most famous Vietnamese Martial Artist in the world. He received this award in Los Angeles amid a first class Oscars-like ceremony. With this honor Le is now in possession of over 35 major awards.