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It's easy to remember the actors who entertain us. We usually remember the writers, and the directors as well. It's unfair that the stunt people that make a show like TWD possible aren't recognized like they should be until a tragedy.
My condolences to his family and friends, and I appreciate that TWD shut down production for a while rather than pushing on.
I read an article saying stuntmen are typically paid around 2600 per episode they shoot. Not a ton of money for a pretty dangerous job.
"You better kill me now!" "Pardon?" "You better kill me now, or I swear I will find a way to kill you. And I wont stop!"
"I know you won't. I know you won't say yes to Michael either. And I know you won't kill Sam. Whatever you do, you will always end up.. here. Whatever choices you make. Whatever details you alter, we will aways end up.. here. I win. So I win."
I was quite shocked reading about this. Poor man and his family. Feels heartbreaking that someone loses his life for just a tv show. First victim of the upcoming All out war... I think the stunt people know the risks of their work but still...Feeling like such an unnecessary death.
I wonder how it will cause the show by the time? More secure back-ups or less of dangerous things to do? (It makes me smile somehow to imagine that they´d end up with more strategic war with less actual fighting. I might like that better.) I hope whatever happens, the story would still go on.
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