<Black Stunmen's Association Of Hollywood
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OUR ORIGINAL MEMBERS

  • William Upton

    William Upton

    Renowned Stuntman

    PARTIAL CREDIT LIST FOR WILLIAM UPTON Cast: Sudden Impac t - "Young Guy" (credited as Bill Upton) Warner Bros./Malpaso 1983 Apocalypse Now - " Spotter" United Artists Films 1979 Physical Effects: There Goes My Baby - Stunt Player Orion Pictures 1994 Street Knight - Stunts Cannon Pictures Inc 1993 Driving Me Crazy - Stunts Motion Picture Corporation of America 1991 Predator 2 - Stunts 20th Century Fox Distribution 1990 Glory - Stunts TriStar Pictures 1989 Colors - Stunts Orion Pictures 1988 Gotcha! - Stunts Universal Pictures 1985

  • Richard Washington

    Richard Washington

    Renowned Stuntman

    Stuntman and stunt coordinator Richard Washington's daughter carries on the tradition, she has doubled for stars such as Whoopi Goldberg, Alfre Woodard, Angela Bassett, Halle Berry, and Queen Latifah. She has also done many television commercials. In 2006 she was part of the five leading colored Hollywood stuntwomen who did the stunt documentary Hollywood at It's Best (with fellow Star Trek stuntwomen LaFaye Baker and Sharon Shaffer). Among her stunt resume are films such as Explorers (1985, with James Cromwell, Brooke Bundy, Robert Picardo, Dick Miller, Frank Welker, and stunts by Janet Brady, William Couch, and Robert Herron), The Color Purple (1985, with Whoopi Goldberg), Ghostbusters II (1989, with Harris Yulin, Aaron Lustig, Page Leong, Christopher Neame, and stunts by Tony Brubaker, Erik Cord, Vince Deadrick, Donna Garrett, Joel Kramer, and Andy Gill), Another 48 Hrs. (1990, with Kevin Tighe, Ed O'Ross, Bernie Casey, Page Leong, Allan Graf, Rex Pierson, Biff Yeager, Shauna O'Brien, and stunts by Charlie Brewer, Phil Chong, Linda Fetters, Patricia Tallman, and Steve Kelso), Ghost (1990, with Whoopi Goldberg and Vincent Schiavelli), Sister Act (1992, with Whoopi Goldberg), Made in America (1993, with Whoopi Goldberg and Clyde Kusatsu), Corrina, Corrina (1994, with Whoopi Goldberg and Brent Spiner), Theodore Rex (1995), Bogus (1996), Girl, Interrupted (1999), Hannibal (2001), Gothika (2003), Taxi (2004), War of the Worlds (2005), and World Trade Center (2006). Her resume also includes television series such as Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, Third Watch, The District, Homicide: Life on the Street, Law and Order, Chicago Hope, and Rescue 911.

  • Douglas Lawrence

    Douglas Lawrence

    Renowned Stuntman

    Doulas Lawrence's body of work includes the following. The Last Place on Earth (TV mini-series) Mr. Day – Gentlemen & Players (1985) … Mr. Day – Minor Diversions (1985) … Mr. Day – The Glories of the Race (1985) … Mr. Day 1981 Play for Today (TV series) Philip – No Visible Scar (1981) … Philip 1971-1979 The Onedin Line (TV series) Loog – Storm Clouds (1979) – Mutiny (1971) … Loog 1978 The Chiffy Kids (TV series) Young man – Jam Session (1978) … Young man 1975 Churchill's People (TV series) Angus MacAmnay – O Canada (1975) … Angus MacAmnay 1975 Dixon of Dock Green (TV series) Clive Sutcliffe – Chain of Events (1975) … Clive Sutcliffe 1972 Adam Smith (TV series) Steven – Episode #1.8 (1972) … Steven – Episode #1.7 (1972) … Steven – Episode #1.6 (1972) … Steven 1971 Kidnapped David / David BalfourArmchair Theatre (TV series) Donald – The Girl on the M1 (1971) … Donald 1971 The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder (TV series) Larry O'Ryan – The Treasure House (1971) … Larry O'Ryan 1970 Dr. Finlay's Casebook (TV series) David – Responsibilities (1970) … David 1970 Z Cars (TV series) Jimmie Mason – Nice Bit O' Stuff: Part 2 (1970) … Jimmie Mason 1967 The Golden Age (TV series) William – The Discoverers (1967) … William 1967 St. Ives (TV series) 1st Youth – Lion Rampant (1967) … 1st Youth 1966 This Man Craig (TV series) Alec McKinlay – Two Thousand a Year (1966) … Alec McKinlay