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Zane, Mariah, Mickey and their father Mike Cassidy are the creators of StuntKids.com. MIke is the sole proprietor of StuntKids.com.

Zane Cassidy at six years old got his Screen Actors Guild card working on the film Eve of Destruction. He was thrown 10 feet while wearing a harness attached to a cable. Some of Zane's credits include Kindergarten Cop, Heat, and Baywatch. His favorite show is the 119. While playing the part of a stranded child 60 feet high on a metal beam, Zane was knocked off and fell into the arms of a fireman below on a high rise extension ladder.

Mariah Cassidy at ten years old got her Screen Actors Guild card working on the film Hexed. While filming a birthday party scene she dove away from an exploding piņata. Some of Mariah's credits include Monkey Trouble, Prehysteria 3, and Money Train. She is most proud of her work on a public service commercial about kids left home alone. From the window of a four-story building she wandered out onto a narrow ledge and became stranded.

Mickey Cassidy at eight years old got his Screen Actors Guild card working on the film Honey...I Shrunk the Kids. He did a 10 foot back fall into a giant flower, a 12 foot jump into a bowl of Cheerios and a 16 foot jump into a giant trash bag. Some of Mickey's credits include Eye of the Storm, Hook, and the Adventures of Huck Finn. His favorite was The Good Son. While stunt doubling actor Macaulay Culkin, Mickey set a world record for a 13-year-old doing a 170' decelerator fall off a cliff. He also stunt doubled Macaulay on Pagemaster, Getting Even with Dad, and Richie Rich.

Mike Cassidy at eighteen years old became interested in stuntwork through an actor acquaintance who introduced him to stuntman Dale Park. Mike's first job was on Herbie Goes To Monte Carlo, doubling for Dean Jones, he did a fight scene and high-speed chase in Herbie the Volkswagen. He has worked on over 400 shows as a stuntman since 1976 and has been a stunt coordinator on over 75 commercial, television and film projects.


He has been a member of the Stuntmen's Association of Motion Pictures since 1979 and has served on the board of directors several times.


Mike has been a member of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists since 1981.


Since 1983 Mike has been the stunt double/coordinator for Michael Keaton on 13 different projects:

Mr. Mom, Johnny Dangerously, The Squeeze, Beetlejuice, Pacific Heights, One Good Cop, Batman Returns, The Paper, Speechless, Multiplicity, Desperate Measures, Live From Baghdad and Ticket To Ride.


Mike is a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences as a director/choreographer. He has judged children's special programming and directing of a children's special. Mike has served on panels judging student programming, episodic series, movies for television and television directing.


For 24 years, since 1989 he has been the stunt coordinator for CBS daytime drama The Bold & Beautiful.


Mike was the stunt coordinator of Nickelodeon's "All That" seasons 7,8,9 & 10. Considered to be the "Saturday Night Live" kids show, All That deals with physical comedy and humor.

Mike was the stunt coordinator of Nickelodeon's Drake & Josh seasons 1 & 2.

In 2004 Mike was the stunt coordinator of Nickelodeon's Zoey 101 season 1.

Mike was the stunt coordinator of Nickelodeon's Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide seasons 1 2 & 3.

Mike was the stunt coordinatior on season 3 of Wizards of Waverly Place for Disney Cable.