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Peter Kent
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Peter Kent was born in Vancouver B.C. In 1984 Peter was approached by James Cameron to work in the movie Terminator as Arnold Schwarzenegger's stunt double. He has since doubled for Arnold in 13 more films including the Sci-Fi Blockbusters Predator, The Running Man, Total Recall and Terminator 2. Peter retired from stunt work in 1996 after nearly dying in an accident on the set of Eraser.

As an actor Peter has appeared the SF movies Ignition, Re-Animator, The Sixth Day and Sole Survivor. He has also guest starred in numerous TV series including Smallville, Andromeda, Dark Angel, First Wave, Stargate SG-1, Space- Above and Beyond and The Crow: Stairway to Heaven.

Peter is author of a book about his experiences as Arnold Schwarzenegger's stunt double entitled Stand or Fall: An Autobiography of a Stuntman.  


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Last updated February 09, 2004