Let's just say I'm over 30. Every body is different, and stuntwork involves many different disciplines - horses, cars, fire, weaponry, falls. If you can still handle the strain of your discipline, then it's not too late.
I'll find a way
Haven't caught Marco Polo yet, but Daredevil, while it's got some nifty choreography, doesn't integrate the blindness intelligently, like the writers and choreographers aren't talking. The hallway scene, for example, should've been shot the opposite way so we couldn't see them coming. Close, but no cigar.
I like to pretend I can handle a lot of whisky, but if I'm on a boat, it's rum.
The Dope will return...
The fight scene in Blood And Bones (the Takeshi Kitano one), and Fireworks (Hana-Bi) is one of my favorite films.
dont no why, and why are school to?
Zero Gravity's back catalog is always fun, Alpha Stunts for their insane falls, and 8711 for John Wick
Yes and yes ;)
McGregor!! (said with a heavy Irish accent)
Watch TV and eat Bon Bons
Bruce Campbell. Then it will all make sense.
That's a hard art, much respect for anyone who masters it.
I play from time to time. Tekken 6 is always in the PS3, and I like diving back into LucasArts and Sierra point-n-click adventures.
My style of choice is Hapkido, Myung Jae Nam branch. Fluid kicks, more boxing. I love boxing and Capoeira too, and Peking Opera is a fantastic base if you can find a school.
Yes, I love both places, but I'm too hairy to live in LA.
I work at a standing desk all day. I don't have an average day, so whether it's making movelist videos, doing short heavy weightlifting sessions, boxing classes, stunt training, it all keeps me interested in moving around. Routine sucks.
67 by accident, all of them women.
Thank you, you're awesome too, that's why I make movies to entertain you
I wanna live in the future, but only the future according to 1985.