Bare Knuckles

An extraordinary fantasy action film with intense fight choreography made possible by the hard work, months of rehearsals skills and expertise of some of the finest members of the acting, stunt and fight community.

an Eric Etebari film

Annie Ellis - Imdb

Annie Ellis - Stunt Coordinator

Annie was raised in Malibu, California. She grew up in the ocean, doing all kinds of water sports and was four time National and World Champion in Western and Stock Horse events.
Annie is a 2nd generation Stunt woman. She was very lucky and privileged to be trained by and to work with the best in the business. Her mentors are legends such as, Ronnie Rondell, Bobby Bass, Gene LeBell, Richard Ellis, David Ellis, R.A.Rondell, Terry Leonard, Mic Rodgers, Vic Armstrong, Dick Ziker, Henry Kinji, Mickey Gilbert, etc.”
Annie’s specialties include horse work, water work, fights, and all kinds of car work. She has doubled such actresses as Madonna, Glenn Close, Heather Locklear, Pamela Anderson, Helen Hunt, Linda Hamilton, Beverly D’Angelo, Jamie Lee Curtis, Anne Heche, and many more. Annie’s extensive resume includes thousands of T. V. shows and over 100 top Feature Films, including, War of the Worlds, Titanic, XXX State of the Union, Matrix Reloaded, Twister, Fast and Furious 1 & 2, Charlie’s Angels 1 & 2, Fatal Attraction, Spiderman, Cellular, Final Destination 2, Skeleton Key, Bad Boys 2, and Collateral.
Annie is responsible for choreography, scheduling, recruitment and coaching all the professional and amateur fighters in Bare Knuckles.

Bridgett "Baby Doll" Riley - as Mona
Baby Doll Riley - Official Site
Just an old fashioned girl from the Midwest, who enjoys knocking people out. At age 15 she took up karate and has gone on to win over 300 trophies and earn a 5th degree black belt. Her first instructor gave her the nickname “baby doll,” which stuck throughout her professional kick boxing / boxing career. Outside the ring, Bridgett is a feminine “girly” girl, but once she steps inside the ring…. well that’s a different story.

Under the training and guidance of legend, Lilly Uquidez Rodriguez, she won 5 world titles in 3 separate weight divisions in kick boxing. The next move was boxing. Bridgett became the bantamweight champion, winning a unanimous 10 round decision for the world title live on ESPN 2. Her career includes fights for for Oscar Delahoya, “Sugar” Ray Leonard, the Goosen’s, and Don King.

In 1999 she was inducted into the Black Belt Hall of Fame and honored as “Woman of the Year.” She then landed a little TV series called, “The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers", became a stunt woman for the TV series, commercial, and film.

Her stunts are featured in over 20 films including, “Million Dollar Baby,” “Next,” “Serenity,” (training and doubling the lead actress), and “Pineapple Express.” Bridgett's television appearances include “Scrubs,” “House,” “NCIS,” “CSI,” “Without a Trace,” and “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia…” to name a few.

Chris Mulkey - Al (Trainer)
Character actor and screenwriter Chris Mulkey is best remembered for his convincing portrayal of creepy former convict Hank Jennings in David Lynch's innovative television series Twin Peaks. A five-year veteran of the Children's Theatre Company of Minnesota, Mulkey, who had previously studied theater at the University of Minnesota, made his feature film debut in the comedy Loose Ends (1975). He made his screen writing debut in 1988, with Patti Rocks. (by Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide) Currently married to actress Karen Landry, they in Los Angeles with their two daughters, Amelia and Elizabeth.

Spice Williams Crosby - Flame

Born on a ranch in North Hollywood, California, Spice rode her horse to kindergarten, grew up playing in her father's medical offices, eventually hitting the road as a musician, singer, and dancer under contract to 20th Century-Fox Records. Overcoming a seven-year drug and alcohol problem, at the age of 26, she turned to God, nutrition and exercise with the eventual promise of helping others to turn their lives around. As she got older, Spice changed the course of her career and began studying acting for stage and film. After hearing about roles for female warriors, wrestlers, and super-heroines, she began to kick box and body build, slowly creating a niche for herself. Spice has worked in such feature motion pictures as Star Trek V, From Dusk Till Dawn, The Guyver, A Simple Plan, and For The Love Of The Game and Million Dollar Baby. She has also guest-starred on numerous TV shows including, Roseanne, My Two Dads, Women In Prison, Mama's Family, The Bold And The Beautiful, Step by Step, The Smart Guy, Diagnosis Murder, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Srcubs, in what she terms as an "action actress."

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