Quiet, analytical, unamused; five brief online training sessions with choreographer, three days of in-person training with choreographer, two days of filming combat scene, one day of acting.
Requires background in martial arts and/or dance.
Moshe grew up in a working class Jewish family in New York, with a deli worker father, who bonded with him over boxing, and secretary mother. His parents were warm, but mostly absent, and so Moshe was raised by video games.
He first received a Game Boy Color at the age of seven, along with the game Street Fighter Alpha. This sparked a life-long love for fighting games. As the MMA scene grew, Moshe moved towards MMA, and away from boxing. He began jiu jitsu lessons at the age of 11, eventually supplemented by Thai kick boxing and krav maga. In his first MMA match, age 20, Moshe struck his opponent, the son of a wealthy promoter, in the temple, killing him.
Barred from ever competing in stateside martial arts, Moshe became an alcoholic, eventually getting into a bar fight against three hockey players, which he won. Impressed by this, and learning of Moshe's reputation as a killer, Jewish mob boss Ari Klein recruited Moshe as an enforcer. Moshe grew to respect Klein, admiring his self-control, and appreciating the challenges he presented Moshe.
Now a few years in, and still preparing for combat with Street Fighter Alpha, Moshe is on his first hit, accompanied by a group he finds distasteful. Although he is deeply troubled by torture, a part of this assignment, he looks forward to facing the target, a highly experienced special forces soldier.