Canada's Home for Stunt Performers

Welcome to StuntList, a list of world-class stunt performers living, working or looking for work in Canada. StuntList is your best way to find work in Hollywood North: Toronto, Vancouver BC, Montreal, Calgary, Ottawa, Edmonton, Winnipeg and more.

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Get searched by the Stunt Coordinators who use StuntList as a hiring tool.  Your searchable profile includes resume, headshots, links to your reels and additional videos and photos.  Add your personal information such as skill set, measurements, stunt website and more.  Register or log in to view industry-specific content such as:

  • Stunt Training and Safety 
  • Industry news and coming events
  • Insider updates, Canadian stunt committee and union news 


Use StuntList’s advanced search tools, designed for stunt coordinators and casting personnel. StuntList is an invaluable hiring tool for Stunt Coordinators when selecting doubles, ND performers, stunt actors and stunt crew. Register or log in to view industry-specific content.

In addition to the benefits of a Performer Membership, Stunt Coordinators can:

  • Access profiles of experienced stuntmen and stunt women
  • Create shortlists by marking your favourites
  • Email your favourites shortlists to any active email
  • View large, clear, headshot photographs and complete resumes
  • Search by Performer name, skill, location, physical attributes, and more
  • Search action photos and videos by skill set or performer name
  • View Demo reels and videos featuring performer action sequences

Join StuntList and find out why hundreds of Canadian movie performers make it their home.


What's New at StuntList Canada

Star Trek Performer Search

Hey StuntList Community, Seeking a Star Trek Stunt Performer. The search criteria states an African-American female with a height range of 5'5 to 5'8 around 130 to 140lbs . This actress is a regular on the show. The performer must be an athletic individual with fight & wire work preferred. Union is also preferred but can permit the right performer. Please contact Christopher McGuire at

Climbing Sutra Stunt Harness Disinfection Process

Trade Holdings, Inc. dba Climbing Sutra 2941 Brookspark Dr. North Las Vegas, NV 89030 (702) 255-2222 Summary: After weeks of research and testing we are pleased to have found a safe, reliable system for disinfecting Climbing Sutra stunt harnesses. It is the ThermalStrike Ranger Heating System available on Amazon (or directly from us). The Ranger uses a patented six-sided heating system to disinfect at temperatures compatible with our harnesses and proven to destroy the coronavirus. We encourage all our customers in the entertainment industry who will be required to disinfect harnesses to

Canadian Screen Awards Stunt Coordination 2020

Congratulations to Angelica Lisk-Hann, Tally Rodin on winning the first ever Canadian Screen Award for Stunt Coordination! For a video of all the winners, please check link in post: Canadian Screen Awards 2020 . Stunt Coordination Award: 37:50.

Virtual Day of Mourning, April 28th 2020

Message from W. Laird Cronk, BCFED President Dear Friends, I wanted to let you know about the plans for this year's commemoration of the National Day of Mourning on April 28 . As you know, the National Day of Mourning honours the memory of workers who have been killed, injured, or suffered illness as a result of their work. This is one of the most sacred days on our calendar. It causes all of us real pain to know we can't gather in person this year because of the pandemic – which is itself a reminder of the dangers facing working people. But this date is too important for us to allow it to go

WHO CAN APPLY - The CERB will be available to workers:

residing in Canada, who are at least 15 years old; who have stopped working because of COVID-19 or are eligible for Employment Insurance regular or sickness benefits; who had income of at least $5,000 in 2019 or in the 12 months prior to the date of their application; and who are or expect to be without employment or self-employment income for at least 14 consecutive days in the initial four-week period. The income of at least $5,000 may be from any or a combination of the following sources: employment; self-employment; maternity and parental benefits under the Employment Insurance program and