Stunts In Motion: Home Of Cinematic Talents

Stunts In Motion: Home Of Cinematic Talents

5.0 (2)
2 employees
2 years in business

About this pro

Stunt acting, from acting, body/head reactions, martial arts, staircase falls, fire burn, weapons, high falls... dozens of subjects, and hundreds of techniques, due to different levels of danger, all the above cannot be self-taught; it's better to be trained at stunt schools by certified instructors to be safe and effective on sets today.

All our actors (age 18+) are trained to do their own stunts in very safe ways in the past 2 decades to avoid unnecessary injuries & even deaths. Some production companies and stunt coordinators do request actors and stunt performers to be certified now.

Our School Offers Certificate Seminars, Group, Private And Intensive Private Lessons for New Actors, Experienced Ones And Celebrities.

We enjoy seeing our students performing in film and TV productions. We also have stunt coordinators, actors and stunt performers available for stage, film & TV projects

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Glendale, CA 91204
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2 Reviews


  • Miguel Chavez

    Jack is a phenomenal teacher and will make you the stunt actor you desire to be. His kindness and patience is unmatched! When your in a class with Jack time flues so fast! I highly recommend being under his mentorship. He also does his best to find work for his students without taking a percentage!

  • Miguel Chavez

    Jack is one of the best teachers in the business and will make you the stunt performer you dreamed of becoming. His patience and kindness is unmatched and you will become a better person by taking his class. I highly recommend learning stunts with the great Master Jack.


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Get to know the student first, then understand his and her motivation, needs and goals of studying. 

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Awards and Qualifications

  • Certified Stuntman, Stunt Coordinator & Stunt/Fight Instructor (1983~)

  • Member of SAG-AFTRA (since the '90s)

  • Professor of "Martial Arts" at the school of Kinesiology (2007~)

  • Professor of "Stunt Acting" at the department of Acting (2007-2017)

  • Stunt Acting Instructor of Sho Kosugi Institute, Tokyo & Osaka, Japan (2002-05)

  • World Cup Middle-Weight Champ (Los Angeles Open, 1987)

  • Team Member of the Taiwan-US governmental presentation in performing Kung Fu and double-hand Nunchakus (Washington DC, 1983)

  • Taiwan Junior Champ in Kung Fu and Nunchakus (1982)

  • MA (Commercial Music, Cal State University, Los Angeles)

  • Certificate of Film Scoring, UCLA EXT. (1992)

  • BM (Music, UC Irvine, 1991)

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

We have rates for private and group lessons.

Please refer to the website, thanks.

How did you get started teaching?

Please refer to the website. Thanks.

What types of students have you worked with?

I had taught mostly college students, new actors, experienced ones and celebrities at a film school, a state university and often on film sets.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

They are all listed here:

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Knowing what you need and look for the right school to get you going to the right road. There are some differences between schools of "martial arts" and "stunt acting". Fortunately, "STUNTS IN MOTION" covers both areas, to fit your need.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Anythings they could think of, just ask and see how the teachers answer.