Stunts Masterclass and Q&A with stuntman Gary Connery

30 Jul 2012

6 mins
Stunts Masterclass and Q&A with stuntman Gary Connery

"I truly believe that having some fear or paranoia is good, because it keeps you safe..." - Stuntman Gary Connery explains his mindset before attempting a dangerous film stunt. 

Gary speaks to The Willink School in Reading about his 17-year-career, which has included jumping off a waterfall in The Beach and performing death-defying car stunts in Indiana Jones, and the dangers and rewards of being a movie stuntman. He also reveals the secrets of choreographing a hand-to-hand combat scene.

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