Western 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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FOR PERFORMERS

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 

FOR COORDINATORS

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.

New Members, January 2020: To be a full Performer member on StuntList, applicants will need to complete the UBCP/ACTRA Stunt Performer Orientation Course.  Please contact education@ubcp.com for more information and/or registration.


What's New at StuntList Western Canada

MEMBER EDUCATION - INTRODUCTION to Driving in the Motion Picture Industry with Rick Pearce

Member Education Committee Chair: John Cassini Co-Chairs: Angela Moore, Shawn Macdonald Rick started pursuing stunts in 1982. Like many stunt drivers, he learned the dos and don’ts of driving, whilst driving BG and SAE in his own vehicles on set. Rick started The Reel Stunt Driving School , initially located at the Vernon Speed Way in 2008, after taking stunt driving courses in LA. Having his driving school in Canada allowed fellow stunt performers a more viable option to learn stunt driving locally. Now located at Mission Raceway Park, his school has taught hundreds of students over the years

UBCP/ACTRA Awards - Submission deadline is July 15, 2022

Enter your performance for this year's UBCP/ACTRA Awards! Make sure you get your performance in before the deadline. UBCP/ACTRA is excited to recognize, award and celebrate your excellent work and amazing talents that were displayed on screen in the last year. We encourage you to apply by Friday, July 15, 2022. Please contact us at submissions@ubcpactra.ca if you have questions. Submit Your Performance

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE - Recall for Crosby Shackles

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE USERS OF THE BELOW CROSBY PRODUCT: 1018534 1” 8.50t G-209 Shackle 1018543 1” 8.50t S-209 Shackle With Production Identification Codes (PIC) TXJ as located on the shackle bow PLEASE CAREFULLY REVIEW AND ACT UPON THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS. February 4, 2022 Dear Valued End User of Crosby Products: THE CROSBY GROUP has determined the above listed screw pin anchor shackles may have a condition that can reduce the ultimate load capacity from the published catalog values. The shackle bow may have a previously undetected indication, and continued use may result in loss of load

Protect Our Child Performers' Income

ISSUE: In the late 1990s, the provincial government implemented a regulation that requires producers to save a portion of child performers’ earnings to the Public Guardian and Trustee (PGT). Since that time, parents and guardians across BC have lost confidence in the PGT and share concerns regarding the high fees that are charged, the lack of transparency and issues with communications. PLAN: UBCP/ACTRA is calling on the provincial government to amend the Employment Standards Regulation so that child performers and their guardians can have their income protected by ACTRA PRS Minors’ Trust,

Fly and Fall for Youth Actors

An Introduction to Wirework and Fall Training Event Details: UBCP/ACTRA Members $200 | Non-Union Youth $400 Registration/Questions: Contact Ninon Parent at Ninon@undergroundcircus.ca or call (604) 328-1891 More Details: (Course Requirements, Instructors, and Important Information)