Scott Adkins Net Worth

By Mixxerly Updated: OCTOBER 07, 2021

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About Scott Adkins

Scott Edward Adkins is an English actor, producer, screenwriter, gymnast, and martial artist mostly known for his roles in direct-to-video action films. As of , Scott Adkins' estimated net worth is at least $3 Million.

He has played Russian prison fighter Yuri Boyka in the 2006 film Undisputed II: Last Man Standing and its two sequels, Undisputed III: Redemption (2010) and Boyka: Undisputed (2017); Casey Bowman in the 2009 film Ninja and its 2013 sequel Ninja: Shadow of a Tear; French in the 2018 film The Debt Collector and its 2020 sequel Debt Collectors (starring alongside Louis Mandylor).

His first break came when he was offered a role in a Hong Kong martial arts film called Dei Seung Chui Keung (2001) (aka Extreme Challenge). He had the opportunity to work with some of Hong Kong cinema's leading action directors including Yuen Woo-ping, Corey Yuen, Sammo Hung and Jackie Chan.

Acting roles soon started to come in and he was offered a guest role in the BBC's Doctors (2000) filmed at Birmingham's Pebble Mill. He appeared in a few episodes in BBC's EastEnders (2003) and City Central (1999), and a lead role in Sky One comedy drama Mile High (2003) followed by a regular role in BBC's Holby City (2006) as Bradley Hume, the assistant general manager of Holby General.

What is Scott Adkins' Net Worth?

As of , Scott Adkins' estimated net worth is at least $3M. Scott Adkins worked in four films with his idol Jean-Claude Van Damme: The Shepherd: Border Patrol, Assassination Games, Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning and The Expendables 2.

He also had starring roles in The Legend of Hercules, Wolf Warrior and Ip Man 4: The Finale playing the main antagonist in all three movies, and also appeared in The Bourne Ultimatum, Zero Dark Thirty and the Marvel projects Mutant X, X-Men Origins: Wolverine and Doctor Strange. He is also starring in Day Shift with Jamie Foxx and Snoop Dogg, as well as a prominent role in John Wick: Chapter 4 alongside Keanu Reeves.

Starring roles in feature films soon followed with his portrayal of Talbot in Special Forces (2003) and Yuri Boyka in Undisputed II: Last Man Standing (2006). It was this film that broke him into the mainstream with his villainous portrayal of the Russian MMA underground fighter Boyka.

Early life of Scott Adkins

Scott Edward Adkins was born in Sutton Coldfield, a town within Birmingham, England on 17 June 1976 into a family of butchers. He first became interested in martial arts at the age of ten, when he visited a local Judo club with his father and older brother.

After being robbed at age 13, his interest in martial arts grew even more. That same year, he began to practice Taekwondo. Since the age of 16, Scott also started to practice Kickboxing with Anthony Jones, eventually becoming a kickboxing instructor for the Professional Karate Association.

He ran classes at the Fitness First at Bearwood, Smethwick once a week. He also has experience in Ninjutsu, Krav Maga, Karate, Wushu, Jiujitsu, Muay Thai, Capoeira, Tai chi and Gymnastics.

Favorite Quotes from Scott Adkins

“When I was ten years old, my dad and brother did judo, so I went along because I felt like I was missing out. They eventually gave up, and I continued, then moved into Tae Kwon Do, kickboxing and various other martial arts. I did lots of different things, but mostly things like Wushu, Jeet Kune Do, Krav Maga and stuff like that” – Scott Adkins

“I just remember Bruce Lee blowing my mind on the screen, and I thought to myself, That’s what I want to do for a living when I’m older. Bruce Lee was so magnetic and charismatic and held the screen so well.” – Scott Adkins

“My first break was in a Hong Kong movie that I shot in China – I was going out there and working as a western stunt man if you like, but at the same time in England I was working in daytime soap stuff. Eventually, I put the two together.” – Scott Adkins

“Ill be honest – I never saw myself making a ninja movie, never entertained the idea. I think ninja films can be quite cheesy unless you do them in feudal Japan.” – Scott Adkins

“I do find violence entertaining, but that doesn’t make me a bad person. My dad would bring back ‘Rambo’ and whatever, and we’d watch it together. It’s not affected me in any way other than I just appreciate the entertainment value of violence on the film” – Scott Adkins

Scott Adkins Net Worth