TJ Storm has received a lot of honors during his illustrious career.
He's a three-time "Martial Arts Masters Hall of Fame" inductee for starters.
Storm has also made a name for himself in Hollywood for roles in big films like "Bloodrayne", "Mortal Combat" and "Punisher War Zone".
Storm recently finished wrapping one of his latest roles, Tron, who is - as he puts it - "the other teacher" in "The Martial Arts Kid", a film co-headlined by martial arts/action-movie legends Don "The Dragon" Wilson and Cynthia Rothrock.
According to "The Martial Arts Kid" Co-Producer Ryan Westheimer, Storm was a tremendous asset to the film.
"TJ is such a great guy", says Westheimer. "I mean, obviously, he's been in everything. He's so talented. He's been around forever."
But according to Westheimer, as great as Storm's acting and martial-arts abilities were, his attitude was even greater.
"It's unreal) to do as much stuff as he's done and be such a humble, warm, sweet man", says Westheimer. "I mean, I don't need to talk about his talents, because it's so self-evident."
"When you see him and everything, he's brilliant, you know", Westheimer continues. "From his martial arts to his acting ability - I mean, there's no need to really talk too much about that, because we all know it."
"he was such a pleasure to work with and so much fun to have around and such a sweetheart", Westheimer concludes. "TJ was amazing."
"The Martial Arts Kid" is scheduled to hit theaters in 2015.