Action P.A.C. Stunts, L.L.C. offers high quality stunt coordination, stunt performance and rigging as well as stunt equipment rental, sales, design, and fabrication for TV, film and live productions . We also offer high level professional stunt performer training , motivational speaking and summer kids camps .
Action P.A.C. Stunts, L.L.C. was founded in 1987 by John Cann, a professional stunt coordinator, stunt performer and actor with more than 30 years of experience and a flawless safety record. John moved to Los Angeles after graduating high school to pursue a career as a stunt man in the TV and film industry. While there, under the guidance of such luminary stunt performers as Greg Elam, Conrad Palmisano, Gary Davis, Tony Epper, Gene LeBele, and many others, he learned about the stunt business and was able to take his career to the next level. John spent 14 years in Hollywood and eventually found success appearing in feature films including Lost Angels, Predator 2, Batman Forever, Tango & Cash, Marked for Death, Child's Play III, Puppetmaster II; Toulon's Revenge, Blood in Blood Out and many others.
After his time in Hollywood, John moved to Dallas to work on Walker: Texas Ranger, where he performed stunts in more than 50 of the TV show's episodes. While in Texas, he has worked on films like Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Hoodlum, Miss Congeniality, Exit Speed, Parkland, Machete, 11-22-63, LBJ and more. He has had the opportunity to cultivate his stunt coordinating career on films such as A Haunting at the Beacon, The Last Ride, 9th Floor: Quest for the Ancient Relic, Universal Squadrons, and the new civil rights movie, Jericho.
John's Live show stunt coordinating credits include Baskin Robbins Yogurt Stunts Gone Crazy I, II and III, and The Actionfest Film Festival Live Stunt Show Extravaganza I, II and III and the Frito Lay Chester Cheetah convention promo.
John Cann's career has spanned over 30 years and he has over 200 film, television, and live show credits. He is an avid educator, and participates in summer camps for kids throughout the Texas education system."