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Dennis Madalone
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Dennis Madalone

Gender: Male
Date of birth: 29 September 1960
Roles: Stunt performer, Star Trek performer,
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A makeup continuity polaroid from the episode "Firstborn" in 1994.

A makeup continuity polaroid from the episode "Firstborn" in 1994.

Dennis "Danger" Madalone (born 29 September 1960; age 54) is the stuntman and stunt coordinator who served as stunt coordinator for Star Trek: The Next Generation beginning with its third season, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Voyager. In addition, he doubled several leading and guest actors and portrayed various supporting characters. For most of his appearances, he received no credit. Madalone also appeared in the sixth feature film Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country as a Klingon. Madalone was interviewed on a TNG Season 5 DVD special feature, regarding Marina Sirtis doing her own stunt in the episode "Power Play".

Several costumes worn by Madalone throughout the run of The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and Voyager were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay, including his stunt costumes from the episodes "Armageddon Game" [1] and "The 37's" [2] and his "stunt Zek" costume from "Prophet Motive". [3] A Romulan uniform worn by Madalone was also sold off and was worn by background performers Jay Marks, James Tweedell, and Ty Murphy. ([4]

He is the son of fellow stuntman Chuck Madalone and is married to stuntwoman Linda L.C. Madalone and is the brother-in-law of stunt performer George Colucci.

Madalone attended the South Plainfield High School in New Jersey with fellow stunt performers and friends Mark Riccardi and Irving E. Lewis, and where he was remembered by his classmates as the 'class clown'.

In 2002 he wrote, produced and performed the song and music video "America We Stand As One," directed by Rob Bowman which became one of the most downloaded music videos on the Internet. Also participating in the video were stunt performers Tom Morga, Patricia Tallman , Stephen Pisani, Christopher Doyle, and his wife.

His most recent project was as the stunt coordinator for the television series Without a Trace (2002-2006, with Patricia Tallman, Stephen Pisani, Enrique Murciano, and Mark Riccardi).

Star Trek appearances

Stunt double appearances

Other appearances

Dennis Madalone and Brian Bonsall

Madalone training with Brian Bonsall for TNG "Firstborn"

Stunt coordinator credits

Shooting A Matter of Honor

Madalone and director Rob Bowman on the set of "A Matter Of Honor".

Selected stunt filmography

Stunts by Danger

Michael Piller wearing Madalone's cap "Stunts by Danger".

Star Trek interviews

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