a working (SAG/AFTRA) Hollywood stuntman who's gotten paid to break, burn and crash
a smalltime (but reasonably acclaimed) actor
and in recent years, through the respectibility a bit of salt and pepper conveys, a commercial print model and spokesperson.
In other words, long before "Queer
Eye for the Straight Guy", there were people being paid to dress me like a functioning adult!
On this page you will find a selection of action/stunt photos from various films and projects, as well as headshot/comp shots and resume
information posted as a convenience to those who might hire me. Clicking on the first two thumbnails will download a larger version of these in the form of a small pdf file; clicking on the last four will take you to larger versions of a thumbnail. And anyone requiring a headshot or resume in PDF format can also click on those links to download.
Click here to download talent resume (guaranteed to be--
more or less-- recent).
A little example of defiance of gravity and posted traffic laws in action: a commercial on which I stunt coordinated; did the majority of stunt/precision driving that you see (including the ramp
jump); and was cast as talent.
Objective: push hotdog cart, wait for crash, don't get crushed. From "Black Snow".
Transformed into Buster Keaton for "Lincoln-Mercury".
As both lost boy and pirate on "Hook"
Doubling Ned Eisenberg, after applying a scary receding hairline haircut for "Last Man Standing"
As a terrorist in "True Lies".
75-foot high fall into boxes, for music video.
Racing Grand Prix cars at Bondurant.
Company/Stunt Coord. (if applicable)
Actor Double, Utility
Sony, Jim Wilkey
Big Fin Prod., R.A. Rondell
Last Man Standing
Ned Eisenberg Double, Utility
New Line, Allan Graf
High Fall, Fight
Leucadia, George Fisher
Paramount, Buddy Joe Hooker
Fox, Joel Kramer
Henry Rollins double, Precision Driving
Fox, Loren Janes/Buddy Joe Hooker
Tri-Star, Gary Hymes
Orion, Conrad Palmisano
Amblin', Steve Lambert
Tri-Star, Dick Ziker
20th Century Fox
Dazed and Confused
Universal, Fred Lerner
The Heart of Dixie
Orion, Bill Anagnos
Cannon, Marvin Walters
Cohen and Tate
Tate Prod., Andy Gill
Baseball Prod., Andy Gill
Precision Driving, chase sequences
Houston Cinema, David Sanders
High Fall, Fights
Panaguard Prod., self
Crawford-Lane, B.J. Davis
Honda (numerous National and Regional spots)
Tuesday Films, self
Radical Media, Kelly Brown
Soldier of Fortune
Great Guns, Chris Nielsen
Ghost of a Chance (pilot)
Walker: Texas Ranger
ABC, Eric Norris
Griffin Dunne double
Showtime, Kinnie Gibson
American Auto Association (2 spots)
Rescue 911 (2 episodes)
Fire Scenes, Driving
The Competition, self
Buster Keaton double, Precision driving
Karyx, Buck McDancer
"Tokyo" music video
WIN Entertainment, self
Alive at the Fair
Warner QUBE, Tom Morga
3 Bondurant certified high performance schools-- including Grand Prix/Formula Road Racing
Principal and on-camera parts include: Robocop II (dir.- Irvin Kershner), Always (Steven Spielberg), Heart of Dixie (Marty Davidson), Soldiers (Carol Greene), Rescue 911 (2 episodes, Chris Pechin), Lincoln-Mercury (Peter Traynor), Honda (Jon Yarbrough, David Wagreich) and more.
Commercial Print includes: Sprint, Cessna, Raytheon, YMCA, and more.
High Falls, Precision/Performance Driving, Air Rams, Scuba, Body Burns, Fights, Tai Kwon Do, Swimming, Water Skiing, Fencing, Bullriding, Bunjee Jumping, Rapelling, all utility.
Sports: Water Polo (Navy, Ohio State, LA Valley College), Rubgy, Weightlifting, Running, Tennis.
Houston Police Department: '83-'86. Patrol, Dive Team, Accident Investigator.
Ohio State University. B.A. in Personalized Study Program (combining courses in Communications, Photography and Cinema, Journalism, Theatre and Business). '80-'82.
United States Naval Academy (Annapolis). '78-'79.
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