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Tom Morga

Stunt Coordinator

Tom has been a stuntman for over 20 years and a member of the Stuntmen's Association of Motion Pictures for over 15 years. He has worked in all aspects of the stunt business as a stuntman, stunt coordinator, in features and television, as well as music videos and live performances. Tom has been the stunt double for many stars including Bruce Boxleitner, Gary Busey, Keith Carradine, James Colburn, Patrick Duffy, Jeff Goldblum, Leonard Nimoy, Johnathan Frakes, Tim Robbins and Robert Urich .

Recently Tom has been seen in the feature films "Deep Impact", "The Mask of Zorro" with Antonia Banderas (seen above), and "The Replacement Killers". Some of his other films include "The Lost World", "Independence Day", "Batman Forever", "Shawshank Redemption", "Ghost Busters", "Police Academy II", "Friday the 13th V", "Halloween IV", and 5 of the "Star Trek" features.

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Tom with Harold Ramis, director of
"Ghost Busters"
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Tom with Keith Carradine - stunt double in the movie 
"The Tie that Binds
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Tom doubling 
James Keach in the movie "The Experts"
On television, Tom has worked all the current "Star Trek" series, "The Next Generation", "Deep Space 9", and "The Voyager". His other TV credits run from the current "Martial Law", to the classic "6 Million Dollar Man". In between, an overview includes "Touched By An Angel", "Seinfeld", "Buffy The Vampire Slayer", "The Tonight Show", "Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman", "Babylon V", "NYPD Blue", "Dallas", "Dynasty", "Matlock", "Spenser For Hire", "Fantasy Island", "Fall Guy", "Rockford", "Scarecrow And Mrs. King", "Mike Hammer", "MacGyver", "In Living Color", "Street Hawk", "Baa Baa Black Sheep", "Beauty And The Beast" and "Hart to Hart".

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When Tom was first starting as a stuntman, he and Wayne Bauer met while doing the Universal Studios Tour "Stuntshow". Since then, they have remained good friends while working professionally as stuntmen as well as in other aspects of the business. For five years they worked together in a video production business, producing video projects for cable TV, corporate industrial videos, and music videos.