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Ryan Dunn's 'Jackass' TV Stunts: A Retrospective

From sewage-diving to corn-sledding, the late star's antics were sure to make viewers laugh and gasp.

By Gil Kaufman

Ryan Dunn in "Fisherman's Wharf" on "Jackass"

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He was one of the less outspoken members of the "Jackass" crew, but late, bearded prankster Ryan Dunn made up in destruction and indelible stunts what he lacked in loudmouth bravado. The 34-year-old skateboarder, who died in an early morning car crash on Monday in Pennsylvania, stood his ground alongside such fellow daredevils as Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera and Steve-o in the "Jackass" TV show and movies, as well as on his 2005 MTV anti-home-improvement show "Homewreckers," the Margera-led spin-offs "Viva La Bam" and "Bam's Unholy Union," and his recently launched G4 show, "Proving Ground."

While some of the "Jackass" crew were known for placing themselves in front of paintball firing squads, walking on giant stilts off diving platforms or staging elaborate pranks on passersby,
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He's coming right for us! Vma exclusive posters for Jackass 3D

  • JoBlo
One of the more interesting highlights of the MTV Vma's last night was getting to see the Jackass guys present an award. I'll forgive the disappearance of Brandon Dicamillo, I suppose. I for one welcome back another Jackass movie. There's nights when it's 2Am and I'm flipping channels just looking for mindless pranks. Luckily, that shit still comes on MTV2 for a four hour marathon, but I wouldn't mind some fresh material. Do I need it in 3D? Not really. I'll deter my bitching and take what...
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