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Gene Heck was born on September 14, 1959 in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, USA. He is known for his work on Bird on a Wire (1990), Airwolf (1987) and The Fly II (1989). See full bio »

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Known For

Bird on a Wire
Airwolf Stunts
The Fly II
The Fly II Stunts
Malicious Stunts


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 2000 Seven Days (TV Series)
Dark Figure
- Buried Alive (2000) ... Dark Figure (as Gene Hack)
 1992 City Boy (TV Movie)
 1990 Short Time
Stark's Cohort
 1989 Wiseguy (TV Series)
- Day Four (1989) ... Skycap
 1989 Cold Front
Arafi's Henchman
 1989 MacGyver (TV Series)
- Brainwashed (1989) ... Tabur (as Gene P. Hack)
 1988 Danger Bay (TV Series)
- Covert Operation (1988) ... Assistant
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 1995 Malicious (stunts)
 1993 Needful Things (stunts)
 1990 Bird on a Wire (stunts)
 1989 Cold Front (stunts)
 1989 The Fly II (stunts)
 1987 Airwolf (TV Series) (stunt performer - 1 episode)
- Rogue Warrior (1987) ... (stunt performer)

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Alternate Names:

Gene P. Hack | Gene Hack

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