Rocky Mountain Stunts has an amazing group of Hollywood Stunt Coordinators and Fight Choreographers who have years of experience and extensive credits.  we can develop and execute the action in any project while maintaining the utmost in safety. 



Mark Steven Grove is an experienced Stunt Coordinator, Practical Effects Supervisor, Fight Choreographer, and President of Rocky Mountain Stunts, LLC.  He has served as head of the Screen Actors Guild Stunt Safety Committee, been a teacher at the Colorado Film School and the Art Institute of Colorado,  and author of the ongoing series of articles "Get Your Career in Action" for the UK magazine Martial Arts Illustrated.



It seems like James Lew has fought just about everyone.  Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Steven Seagal, Jean Claude Van Damme, Mel Gibson, Brad Pitt, Ashton Kutcher, Tom Cruise, Dwayne Johnson, David Carradine, Chuck Norris,  Kurt Russell, Madonna, Charlie Sheen, Sylvester Stallone, Brandon Lee, and the list goes on and on.  James won the 2017 Emmy Award for his Stunt and Fight Coordination on the Netflix series "Luke Cage".



Rick Avery is a stuntman, stunt coordinator, actor, director, helicopter pilot, and aerial coordinator with over 600 fearture film, television, and commercial credits.  He won the Screen Actors Cast Award for "Traffic", the Best Stunt Ensemble Award for "Batman Dark Knight", and the 2009 Taurus World Stunt Award for Best Vehicular Work in "Batman Dark Knight".  He is also the recipient of the 2016 Action Icon Award at the Action on Film Festival.



Carl Ciarfalio beat Tom Cruise to a pulp, manhandled Brad Pitt, was shot point blank by Kiefer Sutherland, and had his head crush in a vice by Joe Pesci.  He's been a Star Trek alien, a comic book hero, a prisoner, prison guard, thug, sailor, soldier, and spy.  He's crashed cars and motorcycles, been set on fire, drowned in the ocean, and thrown off cliffs and buildings.  Even though he's been killed a hundred times... he keeps coming back for more.



  Chuck Borden began his career in 1984 when he visited his first movie set, Fast Times at Ridgemont High. From that day forward, his only ambition was to become a stuntman. Since then Chuck has appeared and performed in almost 400 productions. He has coordinated big stars such as Val Kilmer, Will Ferrell, Dustin Hoffman, Ewan McGregor, and many, many more. He also is one of the only stuntmen to be featured on a Star Trek collectors card. Chuck is also the last person to receive the infamous “Vulcan Neck Pinch” on film from Leonard Nimoy’s character “Spock” on “Deep Space 9”. He has recently been nominated for a 2019 Emmy Award for his Stunt Coordination on the Netflix series The Haunting of Hill House.