The "Creed II" actor's offspring is following in his martial arts-mastered footsteps.
Dolph Lundgren is passing the martial arts baton to his daughter, Ida.
The 23-year-old revealed the "Creed II" actor, who was the European champion of Kyokushin karate in 1980 and 1982, was teaching her a few tricks during a lunch date in Beverly Hills earlier this month.
As to whether she would also be following in his footsteps as a chemical engineer -- Dolph was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1983 -- Ida quipped, "I've got my mom's brains in that. Butother things, I have his brains."
"Before it was just like this," she explained by waving her hand in front of her face. "Old school."
Dolph explained how he went from a martial artist/chemical engineer to action star during an interview with The Irish Times in 2018.
"My father called it a disastrous decision," he recalled at the time. "I mean, to give up that scholarship and become a starving actor? It was insane when I think back. But I had this feeling that I didn't want to be a chemical engineer. That it wasn't going to be enough for me. That I would be bored. And then, within a month, I was in the Rocky picture."