Click Image To Visit SiteStunt Training, Stunt Performer, Stunt Schools, Stuntman, Stuntwoman, Stunt Career? So, you think you have what it takes to become a stunt performer in the film business? Maybe you’ve always wondered where a stuntman or stuntwoman may have received their stunt training. (Did they go to a stunt school, or is there such a thing?) Maybe you’ve just always been curious about a stunt career, in general. Well, maybe you do have what it takes, but it’s not an easy task to becoming a stunt man or stunt woman – in fact, it’s a lot of hard work. But, it’s quite rewarding once you’re in. Great paychecks, working with awesome people, and doing what you love and getting paid for it. (An established stunt performer makes in the six figure range on average – and some make this right away.) But you can’t just pop into the stunt industry and say "Hi – I’m ready to be a stunt performer" and get a job. There are a lot of ins and outs and tricks of the trade, which can lead you to a successful career as a stunt performer.
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One day, you’re crashing a bike, the next day you’re getting shot, the next day you’re laying face-down dead in a river – all in a typical week as a stunt performer. Each day is a unique experience. Some days, you just sit on set all day, in case the actor might need you (for "safety" it’s called in the stunt business) or the director needs you on "stand by", and you still get paid a large sum for the day, and you learn something new every time… Read more…