Storm, T. J.

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Storm, T. J.

(Juan Ojeda)


Original name, Juan Ojeda; born February 14, in IN; raised in Hawaii. Education: Trained at the Joanne Barron/D. W. Brown Acting Academy; studied several martial arts disciplines, dance, and music.


Office—Eye of the Storm Entertainment, 13547 Ventura Blvd., Box 270, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423. Agent—Hervey/Grimes Talent Agency, 10561 Missouri Ave., Suite 2, Los Angeles, CA 90025.


Actor. Martial artist with belts in arashi-ryu karate, tae kwon do, ninjitsu, jujitsu, and northern shaolin kung fu. Eye of the Storm Entertainment (production company), Sherman Oaks, CA, partner. Optimum Fitness Organization, personal trainer. Volunteer for various organizations, including the American Cancer Society, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, Children Uniting Nations, Ronald McDonald House, Stars for Charity, United Way, Dragonfest, and animal charities.


Screen Actors Guild.

Awards, Honors:

Inducted into the Masters Hall of Fame (martial arts hall of fame), 2000.


Film Appearances:

(As Juan Ojeda) Mickey, Breathing Fire, 1991.

Fullock, Dragon Fury, 1995.

(Uncredited) Guest fighter, Mortal Kombat (also known as Combate mortal, Kombat mortel, Mortal Kombat: La pelicula, Oeluemcuel savas, and Smrtonosni spopad), New Line Cinema, 1995.

Enter the Blood Ring, Armed for Action, c. 1995.

Abdul Sabbah, Kick of Death, 1997.

Person from rival tribe, Once upon a Time in China and America (also known as Once upon a Time in China VI, Huang Fei Hong: Zhi xi yu xiong shi, and Wong Fei Hung: Chi sai wik hung shut), 1997.

Second villain, La quebradita, 1997.

Cinque, Corrupt, Sterling Home Entertainment, 1999.

Josef, The Wrecking Crew, Sterling Home Entertainment, 1999.

King, Urban Menace, Sterling Home Entertainment, 1999.

Montgomery Pettigrew, Doomsdayer (also known as Il giorno del giudizio), ABS-CBN Entertainment/Quantum Entertainment, 1999.

Officer, Epoch of Lotus, 2000.

J. C., The Organization, Cool Room Entertainment/Storm Factory, 2001.

Jamaican taxi driver, A Month of Sundays (also known as Meu avo, meu amigo), PorchLight Entertainment, 2001.

Repo man, Big Shots, Greed & Avarice Productions, 2001.

Rick, The Ultimate Game, Amsell Entertainment, 2001.

Jax, Law of the Fist (short film), 2003.

Melique, Redemption, Artisan Entertainment, 2003.

Officer Dence (some sources spell name Officer Dense), Miss Cast Away (also known as Miss Castaway and the Island Girls), Showcase Entertainment, 2004.

Ninja, Death to the Supermodels (also known as Operacion Bikini), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Home Entertainment, 2005.

Strong man and third Kagan vampire guard, Blood-Rayne (also known as BloodRayne, dipsa gia ekdikisi), 2005, Romar Entertainment, 2006.

Muslim champion, Soldier of God, Anthem Pictures, 2006.

Sepuko, Vagabond, Tiberia Pictures, 2006.

Maginty, The Punisher: War Zone (also known as The Punisher 2, The Punisher: Welcome Back, Frank, and The Untitled Punisher Sequel), Lionsgate, 2008.

Some sources cite an appearance in Diamonds from the Bantus, Polydoor Pictures, 2002.

Film Fight Choreographer:

The Ultimate Game, Amsell Entertainment, 2001.

(And stunt coordinator) FBI Guys (short film), 2006.

The Tides (short film), Subvert, 2007.

Television Appearances; Series:

Doom master, V.R. Troopers (also known as Cybertron and Saban's "V.R. Troopers"), 1995-96.

Bayu, Conan (also known as Conan the Adventurer and Conan: The Adventurer), syndicated, 1997-98.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Lenkoff, "In the Dark," Martial Law (also known as Le flic de Shanghai, Ley marcial, and Piu forte ragazzi), CBS, 2000.



Himself, Cardio Kung Fu (also known as Cardio Kung Fu—The Spiritual Workout), c. 2000.

Video Developer:

(With Van Ayasit) Cardio Kung Fu (also known as Cardio Kung Fu—The Spiritual Workout), c. 2000.

Video Games:

Voice of Brad Garrison, Dead Rising, Capcom Entertainment, 2006.

Provided voices for various video games.

Video Game Work:

Motion capture actor, Dead Rising, Capcom Entertainment, 2006.

Provided motion capture work for various video games.



Cardio Kung Fu (also known as Cardio Kung Fu—The Spiritual Workout), c. 2000.



Martial Arts and Combat Sports, November, 1999, pp. 60-66.

Martial Arts Illustrated, November, 1998, pp. 85-86.