Veteran Hollywood stuntman and actor MICHAEL GENE ADAMS has died after suffering a stroke. He was 60.
Adams, a former president of the Stuntmen's Association of Motion Pictures, died at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital in Newhall, California on 18 April (10).
He served as a stuntman or stunt co-ordinator on more than 80 films, including City Slickers, Thunderheart, Wild Bill and Shaughnessy. He was also stuntman for several U.S. TV shows, including soap opera Days of Our Lives, and acted in films including The Legend of the Lone Ranger and Pale Rider
He is survived by his sister, Kris Stevens.
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