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9th Jun '16 11:40:54 AM LondonPurple
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* Creator/DannyTrejo initially came to Hollywood as a stuntman and fight coordinator, after winning several boxing tournaments in the California State Prison system.

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* Creator/DannyTrejo initially came to Hollywood as a stuntman and fight coordinator, after winning several boxing tournaments in the California State Prison system.
system. However he rarely performs his own stunts, seeing it as glory-hunting which risks the whole production if he is injured.
29th May '16 3:52:48 AM Cindylover1969
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* Creator/OliviaHolt did her own stunts in ''Film/GirlVsMonster''. Given that she is a cheerleader, former gymnast, ''and'' a trained martial artist, a stunt double was probably deemed unnecessary.


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* Creator/OliviaHolt did her own stunts in ''Film/GirlVsMonster''. Given that she is a cheerleader, former gymnast, ''and'' a trained martial artist, a stunt double was probably deemed unnecessary.
* Stay with DisneyChannel movies, in ''Bad Hair Day'' Creator/LauraMarano did her own driving in the chase scene.


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* In the ''Series/LivAndMaddie'' episode "Space-Werewolf-A-Rooney," Liv decides to to forego the use of a stunt double while shooting ''Space Werewolves''.
26th May '16 5:58:02 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Series/TaylorLautner does this a lot in his movies.

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* Series/TaylorLautner Creator/TaylorLautner does this a lot in his movies.
26th May '16 5:54:55 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* TaylorLautner does this a lot in his movies.

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* TaylorLautner Series/TaylorLautner does this a lot in his movies.
26th May '16 5:53:05 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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23rd May '16 8:06:48 AM dexterian120
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** Another example someone growing up occurred in the 1980's, when the young star of a popular TV show insisted on doing all his own stunts and bragged about it every chance he got-until an older character actor on the same show pulled him aside and informed him that everytime he did his own stunt, he was preventing someone from getting a paycheck. The stunt double was kept busy-and earning paychecks-immediately thereafter.

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** Another example someone growing up occurred in the 1980's, when the young star of a popular TV show insisted on doing all his own stunts and bragged about it every chance he got-until an older character actor on the same show pulled him aside and informed him that everytime he did his own stunt, he was preventing someone from getting a paycheck. The stunt double was kept busy-and busy and earning paychecks-immediately paychecks- starting immediately thereafter.
22nd Apr '16 4:50:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* Creator/OliviaHolt did her own stunts in ''GirlVsMonster''. Given that she is a cheerleader, former gymnast, ''and'' a trained martial artist, a stunt double was probably deemed unnecessary.

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* Creator/OliviaHolt did her own stunts in ''GirlVsMonster''.''Film/GirlVsMonster''. Given that she is a cheerleader, former gymnast, ''and'' a trained martial artist, a stunt double was probably deemed unnecessary.
20th Mar '16 9:09:07 AM Taskmaster123
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-> Another example someone growing up occurred in the 1980's, when the young star of a popular TV show insisted on doing all his own stunts and bragged about it every chance he got-until an older character actor on the same show pulled him aside and informed him that everytime he did his own stunt, he was preventing someone from getting a paycheck. The stunt double was kept busy-and earning paychecks-immediately after.

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-> ** Another example someone growing up occurred in the 1980's, when the young star of a popular TV show insisted on doing all his own stunts and bragged about it every chance he got-until an older character actor on the same show pulled him aside and informed him that everytime he did his own stunt, he was preventing someone from getting a paycheck. The stunt double was kept busy-and earning paychecks-immediately after.thereafter.
20th Mar '16 9:07:57 AM Taskmaster123
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-> Another example someone growing up occurred in the 1980's, when the young star of a popular TV show insisted on doing all his own stunts and bragged about it every chance he got-until an older character actor on the same show pulled him aside and informed him that everytime he did his own stunt, he was preventing someone from getting a paycheck. The stunt double was kept busy-and earning paychecks-immediately after.
11th Jan '16 11:32:06 AM MasamiPhoenix
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* NathanFillion did a lot of his own stunts in {{Firefly}} until he found out that his stunt double was not getting paid for most episodes because of it.
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