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How Actors Learn Stunt Driving

The insurance companies for movies are angry when actors decide to do the stunts on their own. But, they'll accept the cost when they do not want to lose their star and the actor would like to become a stuntman or woman. If you are interested in doing stunts then you can opt for stunt learning classes through

Before we get into the art of stunt-running, we'll take a look at two famous actors that have performed stunts that were based on martial arts instruction.

Jackie Chan has remarked that throughout his career, he's broken every bone within his body. The orthopedic surgeons he has worked with must be very fond of the man because he has purchased several vacation homes. Chuck Norris is also famous for his lack of cuts in his action sequences. He's an undefeated Karate champion, and could still be very scary at the age of 72.

Chan along with Norris is known for their martial arts. What about stunt driving in movies? Dwayne Johnson once spoke about working together with Rick Seaman for the role in the film "Faster." He mentioned driving 80-90 miles per hour in traffic jams.

Rick Seaman has been a stuntman since 1973 for films such as The Other Guys, The Bucket List, Dukes of Hazzard, After the Sunset as well as Catch Me If You Can and his film Behind the Action: Stuntmen in the Movies. He also runs his own Rick Seaman Stunt Driving School, where Dwayne Johnson was taught how to do it. Dwayne Johnson got asked about how he perfected his sly scowl, which he's known for. He replied "watching Clint Eastwood movies." Take a look and that's what you can do to master it.