Geoff Meed Poster


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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 31 December 1965Houston, Texas, USA
Birth NameGeoffrey Andrew Meed

Mini Bio (1)

Geoff began as a stuntman working in the Universal Studios Hollywood Tour, where he worked in the "Wild West Stunt Show", "The Adventures of Conan", and "The Miami Vice Action Spectacular." Using that as a springboard, Geoff has performed almost all of his own stunts as an actor, from going through glass windows, to highfalls, to car chases, to doing all of his own extensive fighting with the likes of Steven Seagall, Chuck Norris, and Mark Dacascos.

As a playwright, Geoff has had five original plays produced in Los Angeles. He directed four of them, and starred in all five.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Trivia (9)

He was an avid dodgeball player, and played in the Extreme Dodgeball League on the Game Show Network.
Geoff holds a fourth degree black belt in Kempo, and black belts in Hap Ki Do, and Tae Kwon Do. He earned his first black belt in Japanese karate.
One of the few actors who has appeared on all three of the CSI shows - CSI, CSI MIAMI, and CSI NY.
Inducted into the USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame Hall of Heroes on May 8, 2010.
Inducted into Action Martial Arts Magazine Hall of Honors Jan. 22, 2011.
Was a nationally ranked collegiate power lifter, and record holder in the 198 lbs. class, at The University of Texas at Austin.
Geoff is a student of reknown Kenpo Grandmaster Jim Brassard.
On his second day of filming the western "Shadow on the Mesa" for the Hallmark Channel, Geoff was thrown and trampled by his horse. He suffered 8 broken ribs on his left side, broke his sternum in two pieces, a lacerated liver, and required 3 titanium plates to repair the damage done to his face. [February 2012].
After working on 4 films, and 3 TV shows in the last 6 months, Geoff is in between acting jobs right now, but currently writing a script for Mark Dacascos, and a western for The Asylum. [March 2008]

Personal Quotes (1)

In my 20s, I learned that all the bad things I was doing, I could do in film and TV, and not hurt anybody, or get into trouble. So now I'm a good person, and just do bad fake stuff.

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