Stunts Unlimited Celebrates 35th Anniversary as Hollywood's Premier Stunt Organization

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Scott Waugh, Accomplished Producer, Director and Stunt Coordinator, Named President

Stunts Unlimited (, Hollywood’s premier organization of second unit directors, stunt coordinators and stuntmen, today announced its 35th anniversary as the industry’s most sought after stunt group, responsible for providing some of the most memorable action sequences in the history of motion pictures and television. Stunts Unlimited (SU) also named acclaimed producer, director, stunt coordinator and 4 year SU veteran Scott Waugh to a second term as President of the elite organization.

Stunts Unlimited was founded in 1970 by three prominent stuntmen, Hal Needham, Ronnie Rondell and Glenn Wilder, who banded together to create an exclusive organization comprised of Hollywood's top stunt performers. They made it near-impossible to join, and only recruited new members through private and studied observations. Eleven top prospects were invited into their group, and Stunts Unlimited was born. Thirty-five years later, Stunts Unlimited remains an exclusive family of fewer than 50 members, consisting of Hollywood’s top motorcycle racers, car drivers, horsemen, pilots, aerial specialists, and fight choreographers. Credits from this world class team of performers include Armageddon, Behind Enemy Lines, Dante’s Peak, Daredevil, Face/Off, Godzilla, Gone in 60 Seconds, Heat, Independence Day, Jurassic Park 1 & 3, Lethal Weapon 4, Matrix Reloaded, Mission Impossible 2, Pearl Harbor, Speed 2, Terminator 2 & 3, Fast and the Furious, The Rock, Titanic, Spiderman 1 & 2 and 24 among numerous other film and television projects.    

“As the son of one of the pioneering members of Stunts Unlimited, I take great pride in seeing to it that SU remains the most elite group of stunt performers in the industry,” said Scott Waugh, President of Stunts Unlimited. “For thirty-five years SU has set the bar for excellence in action for film, television and commercials. My goal as President of SU is to not only carry on that tradition, but raise the organization’s level of excellence in stunt performance, direction, safety, and technology for today’s most spectacular action sequences.”

About Stunts Unlimited:

From its inception in 1970, Stunts Unlimited has led the pack for all others to follow. It has earned a reputation for providing some of the most memorable action scenes in the history of film and television. An exclusive organization of fewer than 50 members, Stunts Unlimited consists of Hollywood's premier second unit directors, stunt coordinators and stuntmen. Stunts Unlimited is the best of the best, the cream of the crop. If a film wants to push the envelope, obliterate limitations, and go bigger, faster, higher, and more spectacular than anyone else…they call Stunts Unlimited. For more information please visit

About Scott Waugh, President of Stunts Unlimited:

Scott Waugh was just named to his second term as President of Stunts Unlimited. Waugh has quickly risen as an acclaimed producer in the field of theatrical action sports films. His most recent projects are Dust To Glory (in theaters April 1st), Step Into Liquid (Tribeca Film Festival Winner) and 12 Bucks (AFI & Atlanta Film Festival Winner). He has served as Director and 2nd Unit Director for a number of film, television and commercial projects and Stunt Coordinator for Torque (Warner Brothers) and XXX (Revolution Pictures) among others. Waugh’s stunt work includes film projects such as The Italian Job, Spiderman, We Were Soldiers, Batman Forever, and Speed and television work on 24, Baywatch, Fastlane and Malcolm in the Middle.    

For additional information on Stunts Unlimited or to interview Scott Waugh contact:

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