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Kim Kahana

Kim Kahana is known for his work on Jeepers Creepers (2001), Passenger 57 (1992) and Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood (1996). He has been married to Sandra Kahana since January 20, 2005. See full bio »

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  I Love You Because (stunt coordinator) (post-production)
 2017 So, You Want to Be in Pictures? (Short) (stunt coordinator)
 2017 Stunt Double (Short) (stunt coordinator)
 2009 Table for Three (stunts)
 2006 Voodoo Moon (TV Movie) (stunt performer)
 2001 Jeepers Creepers (stunt player)
  The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo (TV Series) (stunt director - 2 episodes, 1996) (stunt coordinator - 1 episode, 1996)
- Wipeout (1996) ... (stunt director)
- Hot Seats: Part 2 (1996) ... (stunt coordinator)
- Hot Seats: Part 1 (1996) ... (stunt director)
  Guts (TV Series) (stunt director - 3 episodes, 1993) (stunt coordinator - 3 episodes, 1992 - 1993)
- Nickelodeon GUTS All-Stars (1993) ... (stunt director)
- Episode dated 27 February 1993 (1993) ... (stunt coordinator)
- Episode dated 1 November 1992 (1992) ... (stunt coordinator)
- Episode dated 4 October 1992 (1992) ... (stunt coordinator)
- Nick vs. Tiff vs. Brandon ... (stunt director)
 1993 Deadly Rivals (car stunt sequence director)
 1993 Miracle Child (TV Movie) (stunt coordinator)
 1993 Matinee (stunts)
 1992 Passenger 57 (stunts)
 1991 Street Soldiers (stunt coordinator)
 1988 Silent Assassins (stunt coordinator)
 1984 Exterminator 2 (stunts)
 1983 The Man Who Wasn't There (stunt performer)
 1983 The Thorn Birds (TV Mini-Series) (stunts)
 1982 Modesty Blaise (TV Movie) (stunt coordinator)
 1981 Under the Rainbow (stunts)
 1980 Smokey and the Bandit II (stunts)
 1979 Samurai (TV Movie) (stunts - uncredited)
 1978 Good Guys Wear Black (stunts - uncredited)
 1977 Quincy M.E. (TV Series) (action choreography - 3 episodes)
- The Deadly Connection (1977) ... (action choreography)
- Touch of Death (1977) ... (action choreography)
- The Hero Syndrome (1977) ... (action choreography)
 1977 MacArthur (stunts - uncredited)
 1977 Smokey and the Bandit (stunts - uncredited)
 1976 Up! (stunt coordinator)
 1975 The Killer Elite (stunts - uncredited)
 1975 The Apple Dumpling Gang (stunts - uncredited)
 1975 Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze (stunts - uncredited)
 1974 Judge Dee and the Monastery Murders (TV Movie) (stunt coordinator)
 1974 Earthquake (stunts - uncredited)
 1974 Airport 1975 (stunts - uncredited)
 1974 The Castaway Cowboy (stunt coordinator - uncredited)
 1974 The Six Million Dollar Man (TV Series) (stunts)
 1973 Soylent Green (stunts - uncredited)
 1972 Joe Kidd (stunts - uncredited)
 1971 The Omega Man (stunts - uncredited)
 1970 Patton (stunts - uncredited)
 1969 Che! (stunts - uncredited)
 1968 Planet of the Apes (stunts - uncredited)
 1967 Ironside (TV Series) (stunts)
 1967 The Flying Nun (TV Series) (stunts)
 1966 Paradise, Hawaiian Style (stunts - uncredited)
 1963 Fun in Acapulco (stunts - uncredited)
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Owned and operated his famous Kahana's Stunt School which was located in Chatsworth CA on the southwest corner of Devonshire and Owensmouth. This facility also operated as a martial arts dojo/school. Many young men and women attended his stunt school and went on to establish themselves as respectable stunt-people and stunt coordinators. His stunt school is presently located in Florida. See more »


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