Award winning stunts, equipment, burns, and explosions for major motion pictures. Blow away your audience.

 

ZERO SAFETY INCIDENTS. 

Since 1990, Hollywood Stuntworks has proudly coordinated over 260 combined film, TV, commercial, and music video projects with a perfect safety record. Whether you’re shooting a descender from a high rise in downtown Los Angeles, a pirate ship cannon battle in the Caribbean or a car chase in rural Georgia, Stuntworks has you covered. From the doubles to the rigging to the coordinator, we take care of everything your production needs. 


Yes We Do. 

From cranes to harnesses to vehicles to fire extinguishers, we customize our packages and work with all scales of budgets from concept to filming.  

In the stunt world, it’s more than just who you know — it’s how you know them. We work with the best in the business and and have the safety record and industry accolades to prove it. Whether you need a full stunt team, a coordinator, or “the works,” we have you covered.

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Hollywood Stuntworks designs some of the most impressive fire sequences in movie making history. From stunt performer burns to large scale explosions, we'll heat up your audience! 


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F e a t u r e d   P r o j e c t s

Our Hollywood stunt story begins with a skyscraper, a stunt man, and a stunt woman.

4 decades of stunting and blowing sh*t up. 

Kurt Lott's motion picture accolades & bio:

2014 Nominated

Best Stunt Rigging for G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013). 
• Himalayan Mountain Sequence

2002 Nominated

Best High Work for Rush Hour 2 (2001). 
• After a long fight, stuntman is kicked and flies out of high rise hotel room window, down approximately 170' onto the top of a taxi at street level.

2002 Nominated

Best Stunt by a Stunt Man for Rush Hour 2 (2001). 
• After long fight, stuntman is kicked and flies out of high rise hotel room window, down approximately 170' onto the top of a taxi at street level.
 

 

2008 Nominated, Actor

Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture for Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007). 
Shared With: George Marshall Ruge (stunt coordinator)

2001 Winner, Ensemble

Outstanding Performance by a Cast Ensemble in a Motion Picture for Traffic (2000).


 

In the stunt world, it’s more than just who you know — it’s how you know them. Lott has a reputation throughout the entertainment industry extending from Hollywood studios to film sets around the world as experienced from the ground up. When he signs on as stunt coordinator, insurance companies consider him a desired liability. Having set up and performed simple to extreme stunts his safety record after more than two decades in the industry remains 100 percent. That’s no accident.

Lott is a member of SAG/AFTRA, member of Stuntmen’s Association of Motion Pictures, co-owner and CEO of Hollywood Stuntworks, inventor of FIREGEL and NAKEDGEL stuntgels.

Lott grew up doing extreme sports so by the time Lott walked on set, he was ready for anything having had experience hang gliding, scuba diving, driving motocross, desert racing, drag racing (motorcycle and car), horses, and an engineering background. All of which was a natural transition into stunt work. Some of the most extreme stunts such as high falls, descender falls, car and motorcycle crashes, and being burned alive, were a piece of cake.

He was the right fit for the job and quickly transitioned to being a full-time stuntman. Now, Lott has gone on to coordinate, rig and perform stunts in blockbusters ranging from Pirates of the Caribbean On Stranger Tides to Divergent to Titanic. He also holds the distinction of being the double who gets kicked out of a window in the action sequence at the end of Rush Hour 2 — a 170-foot fall onto the roof of a taxi. Even Jackie Chan asked, how did you do that?

Lott’s experience as an actor, double, head rigger, assistant coordinator and coordinator on TV series and features of all budget ranges has taught him that there’s no such thing as problems in stunts. There are only solutions. In fact, when Lott saw the need in the industry, he developed the patented formula for the company’s patented FIREGEL.