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Matt McBride

Matt McBride is known for his work on Speed (1994), The Thirteenth Floor (1999) and Charlie's Angels (2000). See full bio »

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Known For

Speed
Speed Stunts
(1994)
The Thirteenth Floor
(1999)
Charlie's Angels
(2000)
Ghosts of Mars
(2001)

Filmography

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 2011 Transformers: Dark of the Moon (stunts - uncredited)
 2007 Rush Hour 3 (stunts)
 2002 Strange Hearts (stunt double: Robert Forster)
 2001 Ghosts of Mars (stunts)
 2000 Charlie's Angels (stunts)
 1999 The Thirteenth Floor (stunts)
 1998 Desperate Measures (stunts)
 1997 Most Wanted (stunts)
 1997 The Game (stunts)
 1997 Prefontaine (stunts)
 1997 Vanishing Point (TV Movie) (stunts - as Matthew McBride)
 1997 Retroactive (stunt player)
 1996 D3: The Mighty Ducks (stunts)
 1995 Mr. Holland's Opus (stunts)
 1994 Speed (stunts)
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 2009 The Wannabes Starring Savvy (TV Series)
Joey Sausage
- The Wannabes Are Gonna Be (2009) ... Joey Sausage
 1997 Dead by Midnight (TV Movie)
Jared Larkin (as Matthew McBride)
 1997 Telling Lies in America
Sock Hop Dancer (as Matthew McBride)
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 2010 The Wannabes Starring Savvy (TV Series) (location manager - 3 episodes)
- Internet Sensation (2010) ... (location manager)
- Beyond the Wannabes (2010) ... (location manager)
- Break Dance ... (location manager)
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 2010 The Sorcerer's Apprentice (driver: Moto-Cam, second unit)
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