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Heather and Dale Ginson-Burton Their site includes varied photos of their stuntwork.
Leslie Hoffman - Stuntwise Leslie is involved in stunt unions/organizations. There is a Q & A section. A photo album shows some of her doubling work.
Gene LeBell "Judo" Gene LeBell has had a long movie and TV career. In addition to being beaten up by Bruce Lee on screen he has acted in numerous minor roles (usually as a referee). I reckon the Martin Landau character in Ready To Rumble is based on Gene.
Mike Long Los Angeles based stunt coordinator and owner of LA Stunts Inc.
Dennis Lundin A European stuntman who has racked up an impressive list of over 150 credits working in Denmark, Sweden, Japan, Australia, Canada, and now the USA (where he is based). Includes a photo section.
Wm. Glenn Malmskog A former paramedic and police officer. Experienced in guns and explosives. Lost one leg below the knee in 2000 but has hardly let it slow him down. Active in SAG stunt related union activities.
Sean Pattison Sean suffered a terrible accident early in his stunt career. His words of wisdom are must reading for aspiring stunt people. Also useful advice in his "What the Pros Look For" and "Before E-Mailing Me" sections. Many thanks to Sean for allowing me to link to his site.
Scott L. Schwartz - The Ultimate Bad Guy Scott plays monsters, bad guys, and has had his butt kicked by Steven Seagal. He is indeed Big...Bad...Bald. A nice selection of photos.
Monty L. Simons An experienced stunt performer, stunt coordinator and 2nd unit director.
Manny Siverio He's a stuntman by day and Salsa dance fiend by night! Manny has an extremely useful FAQ for Americans interested in getting into stunt work. Check out his How to throw a movie punch article that explains the basics of fight choreography. His site also has articles published about Manny. He is based in New York and is a real nice guy for spending so much time writing his FAQ, and for allowing me to link directly to it.
Another USA based stunt performer with varied experience.