What Can Happen When an Actor Doesn’t Use a Stunt Double

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Starring in films can’t be a dangerous job unless someone brings your cappuccino late, right? After all, even if the script has some dangerous scenes, they are not performed by the actual actors, but by a stunt double, or in other cases they are made with CGI. There is no danger whatsoever! However, this is not always the case. Despite precautions, accidents on the set are quite common and happen much more often than you think. Especially with the “toughest” actors and actresses, who want to do their own stunts. Here are a few examples of problems encountered by actors who did their own stunts as well as stunt performers whose experience stunts that have gone horribly wrong.

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