When Scott was little, he had a shrine to Bruce Lee in the family garage.
At 21, Scott was offered a place at the prestigious Webber Douglas Acadamy of Dramatic Art.
Scott started training in Tae Kwon Do at the age of 14.
Scott started training in Judo at the age of ten.
Scott was part of Jackie Chan's stunt team.
In 2001, due to scheduling conflicts, Scott had to turn down a role in the movie - Ice Planet.
Scott studied drama at Sutton Coldfield College.
Scott is a self confessed film junkie.
Scott is a trained kickboxing instructor for the P.K.A.
Scott was mugged on a bus when he was 13.
Scott's idols growing up were - Bruce Lee and Jean-Claude Van Damme.
Scott has some Spanish heritage.
Scott's family, for generations, have been butchers.
Scott Adkins: If you think you're a martial arts star and you do need wires, then it's time for a change of profession.
(Regarding his new movie Undisputed II)
Scott: I could be wrong but I think we were the first movie to really showcase mixed martial arts and I think part of that is why it was received so well. Also it's definitely a throwback to the old 80's early 90's films like Bloodsport which I think people miss.
Scott: I'm not sexist or anything but it is much harder working with a woman because it makes you hold back in case you hit them. If I'm fighting Michael Jai White, then I can go full out.