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Peter "Pete" Turner (born 10 December 1958; age 56) is a stuntman, stunt actor, and stunt coordinator who portrayed four different roles in Star Trek Nemesis and served as a stunt double for Scott Bakula in the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "Home". He received no credit for the latter one.
Turner was born as Peter Turner Malamphy in San Marino, California and has doubled for stars such as William Fichtner, Jeff Daniels, Michael Biehn, Andrew Divoff, Christopher Walken, and Ted Danson. Between 1976 and 1980 was he a member of a special force and between 1974 and 1988 he performed in several stunt live shows, including as "Conan" at the Universal Studio Tours. Turner is a board member of the Los Angeles Veterans Artists Association.
Among his stunt performing and stunt coordinating resume are films such as Megaforce (1982, with Persis Khambatta and directed by Hal Needham), The Terminator (1984), Miracles (1986, with Teri Garr, Christopher Lloyd, and Charles Rocket), Cyborg 2 (1993, with Karen Sheperd, Tracey Walter, and John Durbin), The Prophecy (1995), Last Man Standing (1996), Air Force One (1997), As Good As It Gets (1997, with Kaitlin Hopkins, Matt Malloy, and stunts by B.J. Davis, Gene LeBell, Phil O'Dell, Denise Lynne Roberts, and Chester E. Tripp III), My Favorite Martian (1999, with Christopher Lloyd, Wallace Shawn, and Ray Walston), The Perfect Storm (2000), We Were Soldiers (2002), Panic Room (2002), The Haunted Mansion (2003), The Aviator (2004), Bewitched (2005), Poseidon (2006), World Trade Center (2006), and Ocean's Thirteen (2007).
Turner has also performed and coordinated stunts in television series such as Seinfeld (1995, starring Jason Alexander and with Raye Birk), Babylon 5 (1995-1997, with Andreas Katsulas, Bill Mumy, Tracy Scoggins, and Patricia Tallman), Profiler (1996-1997), Pretender (1998), Charmed (1998-1999), Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1999, with Adam Grimes and coordinated by Jeff Pruitt), 24, Carnivale, The Fugitive (2000-2001), The X-Files (2000-2001), Prison Break (2006, with Robert Knepper and Wade Williams), and Help Me Help You (2006).
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