During the filming of the film “XXX,” Vin Diesel‘s stunt double died in a tragic accident.
The death of Harry O’Connor, Vin Diesel’s stunt double, in 2002 stunned the film industry and action movie fans. O’Connor was killed while filming a risky scene for the film “XXX,” shocking the whole film industry.
A MISTAKE THAT SHOULD NEVER HAVE HAPPENED
According to preliminary findings, Harry O’Connor was performing a dangerous scenario in which he was rappelling when one of the ropes securing him fell loose. Several people were surprised when it was determined that the double scene would be kept in the film to add authenticity.
HARRY O’CONNOR’S CAREER, DOUBLE OF VIN DIESEL
Harry O’Connor was a well-known and regarded stuntman in the film industry. He had been in countless Hollywood films and was a former marine, so his qualifications for the position were undeniable.
The killing of Harry O’Connor has served as a bitter reminder of the necessity of security in the film industry, as well as the need to develop rules and safeguards to ensure the physical integrity of the performers and production team.
These occurrences are uncommon, but they are common in the realm of action films, where dangerous and risky situations are routinely executed.
The events have sparked a debate in the industry concerning stuntmen’s roles and the dangers they confront on the job. Many have questioned whether they are adequately compensated and protected in order to conduct their duties safely.
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