John Seru


"Vulcan" John Seru - Actor, Wrestler, Entrepreneur, Motivator plus

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Media Man Australia is delighted to call John Seru their client.

Most people know John Seru from his celebrated role as "Vulcan" on the popular TV program, "Gladiators". John is also a successful professional wrestler "Fijian Warrior", gym owner and operator, actor and more.

Films

007 (The World Is Not Enough) - Credit: James Bond official website

John Sero (Gabor) makes his feature film debut playing Elektra’s personal bodyguard in The World is Not Enough. Born in Fiji, Seru moved to Australia 15 years ago and is now firmly established as a favorite on the television series Gladiators, on which he plays Vulcan.

At 6’3" and 253 pounds, Seru gained his current level of physical perfection with ten hard years of dedicated weight training, managing his own gym and helping train others during six of those years. A dedicated sports fan, Seru’s favorite spectator sport is boxing.

Filmography as: Actor, Archive Footage, Notable TV Guest Appearances - Credit - Internet Movie Database

Actor - filmography
(2000s) (1990s)

1. "Do or Die" (2001) (mini) TV Series .... Brendan Ruyko
... aka The Rubicon (Australia)
2. Ihaka: Blunt Instrument (2000) (TV) .... Grant Mountain
3. The World Is Not Enough (1999) .... Gabor
... aka Pressure Point (USA: changed title)
... aka T.W.I.N.E. (UK: promotional abbreviation)
4. "Gladiators" (1992) TV Series .... Vulcan (1998-1999)
5. "Gladiators" (1995) TV Series .... Gladiator 'Vulcan'
6. Gladiators Greatest Hits (1995) (V) .... Vulcan
... aka The Best of 'Gladiators': Series One (Australia)

Filmography as: Actor, Archive Footage, Notable TV Guest Appearances

Archive Footage

1. The World Is Not Enough (2000) (VG) (uncredited) .... Gabor

Filmography as: Actor, Archive Footage, Notable TV Guest Appearances

Notable TV Guest Appearances

1. "White Collar Blue" playing "Noxy" (episode # 2.10) 2 June 2003
2. "BeastMaster" playing "Sentinal #2" in episode: "Regeneration" (episode # 2.21) 12 May 2001
3. "The Lost World" playing "Gladiator" in episode: "The Games" (episode # 2.9) 20 January 2001
4. "BeastMaster" playing "Sentinel #2" in episode: "The Burning Forest" (episode # 1.18) 22 April 2000
5. "BeastMaster" playing "Muscle Protector" in episode: "Circle of Life" (episode # 1.9) 4 December 1999


Pro Wrestling

Multi time pro wrestling champion and headliner. Trained Nathan Jones, as seen in the WWE

Gladiator - Credit - The Gladiators Zone

Vulcan has been actively involved in bodybuilding and weight training for the past 16 years and was also involved in Rugby Union. Vulcan achieved national stardom in Australia after winning the title of Australia's Heavy Weight Champion. He has been through the tough American pro-wrestling circuit and uses the name the 'Fijian Warrior'. He is associated with a professional wrestling school in Florida, USA and has participated with many events and organisations, including: International Championship Wrestling Alliance, World Wide Wrestling, World Championship Wrestling Australia, Mega Pro Wrestling International, and more.

Vulcan was the veteran bad boy of Australian Gladiators, but when the show was axed in 1997 he was recruited into the UK team in 1998 to give Wolf a run for his money.

He is totally awesome on the Duel platform and in the Gauntlet, but if he looses everyone knows about it, as the Contenders and Gladiators audience have come to find out!

After being spotted in the UK Gladiators shows he was approached to star in the James Bond movie- 'The World Is Not Enough', starring as the bad guy bodyguard Gabor.


Entrepreneur

Gym owner and operator

Motivator and M.C

John is a master motivator and M.C. John's success story is inspirational, and he excels at getting the most out of people.

Media Man Australia

Profiles

Gladiators

Bodybuilding

Wrestling

Speakers

Stunts

James Bond

 

Vulcan (John Seru)

Attention: Media and public - If you are interested in booking John Seru for your event, contact:
Greg Tingle on: m: 0424 223 674 or e: greg@mediaman.com.au