Recent Examples of stuntman from the Web
Last month a stuntman for The Walking Dead died after suffering serious injuries on the Georgia set.
This battle sequence, directed by Matt Shakman, actually set an industry record for number of stuntmen set on fire by an entertainment production.
The unique vision that Leitch, a former stuntman, brought to John Wick’s action (along with his co-director Chad Stahelski, who made the second Wick by himself) was essential to its success.
West appeared as a stuntman/actor on dozens of episodes of CBS' futuristic Western series The Wild Wild West in the 1960s and a decade later had a regular role as Sgt.
Loren Janes was a legendary stuntman and stunt coordinator who doubled for Steve McQueen for the actor’s entire career.
Among the family-friendly attractions are a virtual reality experience and a stage with stuntmen performing action scenes Bruce Lee-style.
After working on Logan, the stuntman has to reject the urge to compare the star to other actors.
Taylor lists himself as an actor, stuntman, fitness trainer and martial arts instructor, according to his IMDB page.
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STUNTMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stuntman for English Language Learners
: a man who takes an actor's place during the filming of stunts and dangerous scenes for a movie or TV show
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