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This is intended to be a list of notable accidents that occurred during the shooting of films and television, such as cast or crew fatalities or serious accidents that plagued production. It is not intended to be a list of every minor injury an actor or stuntman suffered during filming. Stuntwork accounts for over half of all film-related injuries, with an average of five deaths for every 2,000 injuries.[] From 1980 to 1990, there were 37 deaths relating to accidents during stunts; 24 of these deaths involved the use of helicopters.



  • Across the Border (1914). On July 1, 1914, while on location in , cast member Grace McHugh was filming a scene where her character was crossing the in a boat. When the boat capsized, camera operator Owen Carter immediately jumped into the river to save her. He dragged her onto a that was actually . The rest of the film crew watched helplessly as they were sucked into the quicksand and drowned.
  • (1915). Future film director fell off a roof and broke two ribs in one scene as an extra.[]
  • (1919). Silent era star was badly injured in a train crash during filming in Oregon. His injuries caused him severe pain and the studio supplied him with increasing quantities of morphine so he could keep working. Addicted to morphine and also suffering from alcoholism, Reid died in 1923 at the age of 32.
  • Unidentified Comedy (1919): Comedian , while working on a short comedy film, was kicked in the stomach by an and sustained internal injuries.
  • (1920). On the set of a publicity shoot that took place while filming, actor and comedian picked up what he thought was a prop bomb with the fuse lit but realized too late the bomb was real. It detonated, blowing off the thumb and first finger of his right hand and also temporarily blinding him. For the rest of his career, Lloyd concealed his missing fingers with a prosthetic glove.
  • (1920). Pilots Milton Elliott and were killed on 2 August 1920, during filming. Their plane crashed at the DeMille Airfield, along Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles, while filming night scenes.
  • (1923). Actress injured her ankle during filming and doctors prescribed not only morphine but also cocaine to control the pain and enable her to continue filming. Working on the production left La Marr addicted to drugs, a factor that contributed to her premature death three years later.
  • (1924). While hanging from a water tower, pulled a rope that released water from the tower, knocking him to the ground. In the scene, he stood and ran into the distance. During a routine physical examination 11 years later, an X-ray revealed that Keaton's neck had been fractured.
  • (1924). On 29 November 1923, while working on location in , was severely burned when a match, tossed by a cast member, ignited her costume of and flimsy ruffles. Mansfield was playing the role of Agatha Warren and had just finished her scenes and retired to a car when her clothing burst into flames. Her neck and face were saved when leading man Wilfred Lytell threw his heavy over her. The of Mansfield's car was burned badly on his hands while trying to remove the burning clothing from the actress. The fire was put out, but she sustained substantial burns to her body and died the following day.
  • (1925). An early filming attempt of the chariot race was done on location at the in Rome. It brought about the death of one stunt man when a wheel of his chariot broke.
  • (1926). During filming of the epic comedy in Oregon, there were a number of incidents. Several National Guardsmen, employed as extras for the Civil War battle scenes, were injured by mishaps caused by misfired muskets or explosions. Director and star Buster Keaton was knocked unconscious when he stood too close to a cannon firing. Assistant director Harry Barnes was accidentally hit in the face by a blank charge. Train brakeman Fred Lowry sued the production for US,900 after his foot was crushed when it was run over by a locomotive wheel during filming of one of the railway scenes.
  • (1927). During filming of the World War I aerial combat scenes, stunt pilot was required to deliberately crash-land a , specially modified to "crumple" on impact. When the Fokker struck the ground, the landing gear failed to crumple, making the impact a heavier one than planned. This caused Grace's safety straps to break, sending his head through the instrument panel, leaving him with four crushed vertebrae and a broken neck. Amazingly, Grace spent only six weeks in the hospital and was back performing stunt work within a year.
  • (1928). Three people died, one man lost a leg and a number were injured in a scene where several hundred extras were caught in the "." The deaths were instrumental in the introduction of film safety regulations the following year.
  • (1929). During aerial scouting for locations, an aircraft crashed, killing cameraman Alvin Knechtel and actor and stunt pilot .
  • Unknown film (1929). , the film star, was accidentally burned after coming into contact with a hot studio light. The burn became tumorous, eventually leading to his death later that year.
  • (1930). Three pilots were killed during the filming. The sole , owned by , which portrayed a German bomber, crashed during filming on 22 March 1929 when stunt pilot Al Wilson put it in a spin for its final scene and was unable to recover. He was ready to bail out and called back to his mechanic Phil Jones (who was in the rear of the plane dumping lampblack to simulate smoke) to jump, but he didn't hear him and went down with the plane. Only one brief shot of the spinning Sikorsky was used in the film.
  • (1930). During aerial filming off the coast of Southern California near Santa Monica on 2 January 1930, two aircraft, employed as camera-planes, collided over the ocean. All ten men on board the two planes were killed, including director (brother of ), assistant-director Max Gold, cinematographer , director of photography George Eastman, cameramen Otto Jordan and Ben Frankel, two property men and both pilots. Only five bodies were recovered. As it was one of the final scenes to be filmed, the movie was still completed on schedule. Families of the men who were lost took legal action against Fox Film Company but the courts ruled in favour of the latter.
  • (1931). After completion of filming in Canada, producer, co-director and real-life adventurer decided that more footage of the ice floes was required. He and a small film crew joined the real ship The Viking on a seal-hunting voyage in order to obtain the footage he wanted. On 15 March, the ship became trapped in ice near and dynamite stored on board (intended for breaking up ice floes) accidentally detonated, destroying the vessel and killing 27 men, including Frissell and cameraman Alexander Penrod.
  • (1934). During filming in high temperatures in Buttercup Valley near , Director insisted his cast and crew only work in the early mornings and late afternoons to avoid the most intense heat of each day. Under pressure from RKO to speed up filming, Producer insisted that the midday break be shortened. Ford refused, believing that many of the crew would be at risk of heatstroke in the 120-degree conditions. Reid tried to prove his point by walking around in the open in the midday heat and soon collapsed with heat exhaustion, requiring hospital treatment.
  • (1936). During the filming of the charge sequence, a stuntman was killed when he fell off his horse and landed on a broken sword that was lying on the field, unfortunately wedged in such a position that its blade was sticking straight up. Also, due to the use of trip wires, three dozen horses had their legs broken and had to be shot during filming, resulting in the U.S. Congress passing laws to protect animals used in motion pictures.[]
  • (1939). A horse was killed during the scene where it was ridden off a cliff into a river. This incident led to the opening a Hollywood office in 1940 and monitoring the treatment of animals in films.
  • (1939). was badly burned during a scene in which her character, the , "vanished" in a burst of flame and smoke. A delay in activating a trap door left her exposed to the pyrotechnic device. Her was also injured in a scene involving a smoking broomstick. suffered a severe allergic reaction to his makeup that resulted in a collapsed lung and lifelong breathing issues. He was unable to continue working on the production and was replaced by .
  • (1941). While filming, tripped down a staircase and chipped his anklebone, forcing him to use a wheelchair for the next two weeks. Welles also injured his hand during a scene where he destroyed a room.
  • (1941). An anti-British propaganda film made by the Germans. During the epic final battle scene, several extras were killed when one of them stepped on a live land mine. The footage is said to have been included in the release prints, although no proof of this has been established.[]
  • (1941). Three horsemen perished during the cavalry charge, one of whom was extra Jack Budlong, whose horse tripped as he rode alongside . As he fell forward, he had the foresight to toss his sword ahead of him. Unfortunately, it landed handle down and stuck in place. Budlong was impaled on his own sword, and died in a Los Angeles hospital a few hours later.
  • Signed with Their Honour (unfinished, 1943). This was to have been a British war film based on the 1942 novel of the same name by . But during filming in , a pair of biplanes collided, injuring both pilots who managed to escape by parachute. After this incident, the film project was abandoned.
  • (1945). was killed at , California, while riding a horse past the cameras at full speed on July 16, 1945, for a , when he fell from the saddle while trying to retrieve his hat which had blown off his head, and struck a tree. He died shortly thereafter.
  • (1956). The exterior scenes were near , 137 miles (220 km) downwind of the United States government's . In 1953, extensive above-ground testing had occurred at the test site, as part of . Director died of cancer in January 1963, was diagnosed with kidney cancer in 1960, and committed suicide in 1963 after he learned his condition had become terminal. , , and all died of cancer in the 1970s. Cast member actor died of lung cancer in 1991. The cast and crew totaled 220 people. By 1981, 91 of them had developed some form of cancer and 46 had died of the disease. Several of Wayne and Hayward's relatives also had cancer scares as well after visiting the set. developed skin cancer, his brother had a benign tumor removed from his breast and Hayward's son Tim Barker had a benign tumor removed from his mouth. It is not clear, however, that the cancer rate for this film crew was significantly higher than in the general population. Further, while the cast members noted developed a wide variety of cancers, according to , is the only form of cancer known to develop from exposure to fallout radiation.
  • (1956). overcame a minor while climbing down by ladder from the top of the Egyptian city gate set during filming the "take three" of the Exodus sequence.
  • (1958). Minor injuries, exhaustion and dehydration are common hazards for suit actors of the genre, but during the filming of 'Varan' suit actor (who also portrayed for 18 years) was severely burned due to an explosives mishap. This was the only time in his career that his injuries forced him to be replaced for the remainder of the shoot.
  • (1959). Joe Canutt, who was 's stunt double, sustained a gash on his chin after being flipped out of his chariot during a chariot race scene.
  • (1959). Fred Kennedy, a veteran stuntman and bit player, was killed in a horse fall on location in Louisiana. Director was so upset he closed the set and had to film the rest of the scene later in the , and in a cut-down version.[]
  • (1960). Actor , who played Colonel , was injured when a cannon recoiled while firing, with one of the wheels rolling over his foot, fracturing it. He did not reveal his injury until filming of the scene was completed.
  • (1960). Actor suffered a broken jaw on the set of the Roman epic. During the revolt at the Gladiator school, Spartacus () is seen forcing the head of evil trainer Marcellus (McGraw) into a cauldron of soup, drowning him. McGraw's jaw struck the rim of the pot, sustaining a fracture but he managed to continue the scene nonetheless.
  • (1961). Actor almost drowned during filming of an ocean storm scene inside a large water tank. He sustained a cut lip that led the actor being hospitalized with septicemia, which halted production on the film for a month. He insisted on returning to complete filming of his scenes before he had fully recovered, later causing a relapse of his illness that resulted in another seven weeks in hospital.
  • (1962). According to , accidentally punched him for real during the final fight scene. Mitchum felt the impact for days afterward.
  • (1962). Soviet actress suffered third degree burns while filming in a burning on 30 July 1960. She died in the hospital on 15 August. Burudchenko was three months pregnant at the time of her death.
  • (1962). Stuntman Bob Morgan, husband of , was seriously injured and lost a leg during a break in filming a gunfight on a moving train. Chains holding logs on a flatbed car broke, crushing Morgan as he crouched beside them.
  • (1962). Actor was nearly killed when he fell from his camel. He also injured his hand during filming by punching through the window of a caravan while drunk. A brace or bandage can be seen on his left thumb during the first train attack scene, presumably due to this incident.[]
  • (1962). While filming a fight scene with , broke his little finger during a movement where he smashed through a table. This resulted in problems with his hand for several years and is said to be one of the reasons why he pulled out of a starring role in , having to undertake surgery to alleviate pains.
  • (1962). During aerial filming over the English Channel, parachutists jumped from a vintage to simulate a bail-out. One of the jumpers, Englishman Mike Reilly, drowned in the sea below.
  • (1964). was originally to have portrayed a fourth character, Major "King" Kong. However, Sellers injured his ankle while filming a take as Kong. As a result, played the role of Kong. claims the titular character is in a wheelchair because of Sellers' ankle injury.
  • (1964). burned his hand while filming the fight at Fort Knox, where his character, , gets electrocuted, but continued to act as the scene was still being filmed.
  • (1965). On 8 July 1965, pilot crashed and was killed on a second take making a low pass.
  • (1965). Cameraman Robert King Baggot was killed during filming in when a huge wave hit his boat and washed him overboard.
  • (1965). While filming the scene where agent Angelo crashes the into the ocean near , the stunt double for Angelo nearly drowned when the stunt double for accidentally disconnected both the prop oxygen line and the double's actual oxygen line underneath.
  • High Jungle (1966). On 28 September 1966, star was filming in Peru. During the final stages of shooting, Fleming's dugout canoe overturned in the . Actor managed to swim to safety, but Fleming was swept away by the current and drowned. Fleming was 41 when he died. His body was recovered three days later.[]
  • commercial (1967). Cameraman Raffael John Esposito and actress Brenda Lee Meinsenheimer were killed in , when a camera boom suspended from an oncoming camera car crashed through the windshield of their car.
  • (1968). Crew member Gary Streiner accidentally caught himself on fire while attempting to ignite a prop with gasoline. Actor managed to put out the fire, saving Streiner's life.
  • (1969). Spanish air force pilot Don Federico Eglesias Lanzo was killed in a crash at , .
  • (1969). Soviet actor died in an accident while performing a stunt during filming on 5 November 1965.[]
  • (1969). A stuntman was mauled to death on camera when a shark, which was supposed to have been sedated, suddenly attacked.[]
  • (1970). On August 28, 1969, Director was killed in a plane crash while scouting filming locations with cameraman . The single engine plane they were riding in went down near the Brush Hollow Reservoir outside of . The pilot was also killed in the crash, but Finnerman survived. One of the film's stars, , was scheduled to accompany Sparr and Finnerman on the scouting trip, but he backed out at the last minute.[]
  • (1970). Second unit director John Jordan was killed when he was sucked out of a while filming a bombing scene. He refused to wear a safety harness while the plane was in flight.
  • (1970). Thai star was killed while starring as his popular character, the masked crime-fighter Insee Daeng (Red Eagle). On the final day of shooting, Mitr was required to grab a rope ladder hanging from a helicopter. However he only managed to grab the lowest rung. Unaware of this, the helicopter pilot took off until Mitr finally lost his grip and fell to the ground. The accident was caught on film and appeared in the final theatrical release. The fall was removed from the DVD release version.
  • (1970). During aerial rehearsals prior to shooting in , Hawaii, a , modified to resemble a Japanese dive-bomber, crashed in a sugar-cane field in , killing pilot Guy Thomas Strong.
  • (1970). During aerial filming over the Irish Sea, a replica biplane and an helicopter camera-ship collided in mid-air. Assistant-director Burch Williams (brother of producer ), cameraman Skeets Kelly and pilots Jim Liddy and Gilbert Chomat were all killed.
  • (1971). During the film's pivotal brainwashing scene, suffered a scratched cornea and temporary blindness from having his eyes propped open for so long. McDowell also suffered a broken rib in the scene in which an actor taunts and attacks him to demonstrate his rehabilitation.[]
  • (1971). During a scene for Episode 9 ("The Terrifying Cobra-Man"), lead actor fractured his in a motorcycle stunt when he rode into a at 50 mph, forcing him out of action. Producers had to use stock and unused footage, which was dubbed by Rokurô Naya, for the next four episodes, causing a dip in the ratings. Producers eventually had no choice but to substitute him with a second character played by Takeshi Sasaki. Fujioka made a return in Episode 53 ("Monster Jaguarman – Deathmatch by Motorcycle Fight"). As neither actor could be axed, the show ended up having two heroes.[]
  • (1971). Stunt pilot Charles Boddington was killed during filming when the vintage biplane he was flying crashed at Weston aerodrome near Dublin. The following day, another aircraft crashed, injuring pilot and actor .
  • (1972). injured his coccyx while canoeing. In addition, screenwriter allegedly broke film director 's nose and knocked out some of his teeth.
  • (1972). During a fight scene, accidentally slashed in the arm with a broken bottle. After the wound healed, Lee legitimately kicked Wall during the re-shoot with such force that an extra broke his arm trying to catch Wall.
  • (1972). broke two ribs and cracked his elbow after threw him over a fence and slammed a garbage can on him during a fight scene.
  • (1972). Sound technician James Chapman was mauled to death by a lion during production on this South African film.[]
  • (1972). was mauled by a lion on the set. The event has since caused Foster to suffer from .
  • The Bell from Hell (1973). On the final day of shooting of this Spanish/French horror film, director Claudio Guerrin Hill died after falling from the bell tower for which he named his film. He either jumped or fell accidentally. Juan Antonio Bardem came in to take care of the post production duties after Hill's death.[]
  • La Cloche Tibétaine (1973). On June 18, during the filming of episode 4, L'escadron d'or (The Golden Squandron), of this French mini-series, actor and two Turkish film technicians were killed when their car went off of the road and fell into a ravine. Delgado, who was most famous for his role as in the British film series , was 55 at the time of his death.[]
  • (1973). suffered a spinal fracture due to a mechanical failure while filming a scene where her character levitates and thrashes violently. The fracture later developed into years later after Blair reinjured her back during a motorcycle scene in another film. In addition, actress seriously injured her back while filming a scene where she falls over backwards after her possessed daughter backhands her. The scene was left in the film.[]
  • Primal Man (TV) (1974). Actor/stunt performer , his son Robert, and 34 others died in an airplane crash while filming this television series.
  • (1975). A number of accidents occurred during the filming of The Eiger Sanction. A 27-year-old English climber, David Knowles, who was a body double and photographer, was killed during a rock fall, and mountaineer narrowly escaped with his life.
  • (1975). Experienced stunt pilot , during filming of the aerial scenes, managed to perform two planned crashes without injury. However a third (accidental) crash occurred while landing a biplane when a rudder bar broke at 400 feet, sending his aircraft nose-diving into a hill. Tallman survived but suffered two cracked vertebrae and he required 58 stitches and had to be taken off filming for two weeks.
  • (1976). According to his book : My Life in Action, was knocked unconscious when he did one of the stunts on this film.
  • (1976). accidentally slammed a car door on the hand of Guglielmo Spoletini, who portrayed the Italian taxi driver. According to , Spoletini's finger was almost amputated.
  • (1977). Stuntman was seriously injured while performing a stunt in which he jumped off a roof. Joint said of the experience that he felt he was being "pushed." In addition, special effects director and his assistant were involved in a car crash which killed Moore. Both the car accident and Joint's injury are alleged to have been attributed by the "curse" of the 1976 film The Omen, which Joint and Richardson also participated in.
  • (1978). The helicopter crash involving and George Wilson was entirely unintentional, but having not been seriously injured both actors continued by ad-libbing the rest of the scene, and ultimately it was included in the film.
  • (1978). Filming the scene where ' character is dragged (presumably) to his death, his stunt double Jim Sheppard was killed when a horse that was dragging him veered from its course and caused him to hit his head on a fence post. The scene made it into the film, although it was cut right before the horse passed through the gate that killed Sheppard.[]
  • (1978). Jackie Chan nearly lost an eye when his brow ridge was injured during a .
  • (1978). While filming a scene of his character running, got hit by a car.
  • (1978). Actor knocked off one of Jackie Chan's teeth after kicking him in the face during a fight scene. Chan's arm was also slashed by a sword that was supposed to be blunt, but the camera kept rolling as he was screaming in pain.
  • (1979). In the film's opening scene, cut his hand after smashing a mirror; he was too drunk to realize that his hand was streaming in blood. During filming on 5 March 1977, Sheen suffered a heart attack. He returned on the set six weeks later.
  • (1979). While filming an episode, lost control of his motorcycle and was hurled into a parked car before the 900-pound motorcycle landed on him. Estrada sustained fractured ribs, partially collapsed lungs, a fractured right wrist, and a cracked sternum and clavicle.
  • Revenge (1979). Director , cameraman Peter Gilfillian, and two others were killed in a plane crash while filming in .
  • Steel (1979). died doubling for in a fall from the in . Bakunas had successfully performed a fall from the ninth floor of the construction site, but when he learned that had broken his record high fall for a non-film related publicity stunt, Bakunas returned to perform the fall from the top of the 300-foot (91 m) construction site. Bakunas performed the fall expertly, but the airbag split and he was killed.
  • (1980). Assistant cameraman Rodney Mitchell was killed and eight other crew members were injured when their camera truck flipped while rehearsing a chase scene.
  • (Shockwave, 1980). Indian actor was killed during a stunt scene where the helicopter he was on crashed.[]
  • (1980). Cameraman Rob Van Der Kar was killed in a helicopter crash while filming an episode.
  • (1980). On July 6, stunt motorcyclist Steve Lewis suffered extensive foot and knee injuries while attempting to jump over two cars speeding toward him at over 100 mph. On September 15, while performing a 170-foot jump over the fountains of in , stunt motorcyclist missed the landing ramp and crashed into a parking lot wall. He sustained a tear in the main artery of his heart, along with broken legs, a fractured pelvis, and a concussion. In addition, six spectators were injured when a 15-foot section of the wall gave way upon impact.
  • (1980). nearly suffocated when he injured his throat while filming a stunt scene.
  • (1981). While filming a scene in which the is caught in a storm, actor lost his footing and was nearly swept off the conning tower set. Actor noticed Fedder was suddenly missing and cried out, "Mann-über-Bord!" ("Man overboard!"). With the cameras still rolling, Tauber helped him to the conning tower hatch. Director did not realize at first that it was an accident and said, "Good idea, Jan. We'll do that one more time!" before it came upon him. Fedder was hospitalized and his role was partially rewritten so that he was bed-ridden for a short portion of the film. The footage was developed and the scene in which Fedder's character is nearly swept off the submarine is one of the most memorable moments in the film.[]
  • (1981). Stuntwoman Heidi von Beltz was left a after being thrown from her car during a crash. She died in October 2015, 35 years after the accident, aged 59.
  • (1981). Camera assistant Jack Tandberg was killed when he was struck by a driverless stunt car during filming of this made-for-television film.
  • (1981). While filming a high speed chase in the bobsleigh run, the four-man bobsled came out of the run at the wrong place and hit a tree. One of its occupants, a young stuntman named Paolo Rigon, was killed. In the scene where and are dragged across the ocean, the stunt doubles for both characters suffered cuts and lacerations when their backs scraped against the in the Bahamas.
  • (1981). suffered a torn ligament on his knee and got dysentery during filming.
  • (1981). A film about a wildlife preservationist whose family came to visit him only to be met with his co-habitats, his vast collection of wild animals, which unfortunately attacked the film crew and actors who had to work alongside with, leaving over 70 of them injured on set including cinematographer , who had his scalp lifted by a lion, resulting in 220 stitches. Lead actress fractured her leg and also had scalp wounds after being bucked off by an elephant while she was riding it in addition to being also bitten in the neck by a lion and required 38 stitches. (Hedren's daughter) was also attacked, receiving 50 stitches to her face. Because of the injuries on set, crew turnover was high as many never returned on set. John Marshall was bitten by one of the lions and required 56 stitches.
  • (1981). Stuntman Jack Tyree was killed while doing a high fall stunt at in Los Angeles. While performing a 78-foot fall in heavy costume and makeup, Tyree struck his airbag off center, resulting in a fatal impact.
  • That's Incredible! (1981). In March 1981 in , Australian stuntman Jim Bailey attempted to on the underside of a single-engine airplane, but upon takeoff, his safety harness snapped, leaving him dangling under the front landing gear about 500 feet above ground before falling to his death.
  • (1982). chipped her elbow in eight places during a scene where she accidentally slipped on the pavement and smashed the window of a parked car.
  • (1982). Jackie Chan injured his chin during a fight scene, making it difficult for him to say his lines and direct the film.
  • (1982). In the scene where jumped off a cliff and used a tree to break his fall, broke several ribs after filming the scene three times. He also suffered bruises to his back after 19 takes of the jail scene where Deputy Art Galt () clubbed Rambo with a nightstick.
  • (1982). During the filming of the scene for the song "", in which the main character tears apart his hotel room, injured his left hand while ripping off pieces of a wooden closet door; he can be seen briefly looking at his hand. Later in the scene, he is then seen with a shirt wrapped around his hand.[]
  • (1982). During filming for this made-for-TV movie, director was fatally injured when his skull was fractured as he walked into the tail rotor blade of a helicopter.
  • Untitled Australian TV commercial (1982). Cameraman Garry Hansen and two others were killed in a helicopter crash.
  • (1983). While filming a fight scene with , was critically injured when he jumped over a table and the corner of the table struck his abdomen, resulting in a and blood loss. Filming was delayed for several months for Bachchan to recover from his injury.
  • (1983). During filming in Yugoslavia, a helicopter crashed en route to location. All three on board–copter pilot Nigel Thornton, stunt pilot David Perrin and mechanic Jaron Anderson–were killed in the crash.
  • (1983). Focus-puller David Brostoff was killed when, during filming of a motor race scene at , Australia, one of the sprint-cars swerved off the track and struck him, driving his body through two fences. The filmmakers were criticized for a lack of a proper stunt coordinator at the scene and for allowing non-stunt drivers to drive at race-speed.
  • (1983). , who was the fight choreographer for this film, broke 's wrist while training.
  • Peterborough jump (1983). On September 5, 1983, Canadian stuntman attempted to jump a pond in , with a rocket-powered . He overshot the target landing ramp and was killed when his car crashed on its roof.
  • (1983). Jackie Chan injured his neck while shooting the film's famous clock tower fall scene.
  • (1983). Stuntman Joseph Leonard Svec died while performing a parachute jump that recreated 's escape from a stalling . In real life, Yeager's had caught fire on colliding with the 's heated exhaust in mid-air. Svec carried a smoke canister during his freefall to simulate such fire. However, this may have intoxicated the stuntman, causing him to lose consciousness. He failed to open his and fell to his death.
  • (1983). Production was stalled for two weeks because accidentally burned his hand by holding a barrel of a gun that had been fired.
  • (1983). On 23 July 1982, and child actors Myca Dinh Le (aged 7) and Renee Shin-Yi Chen (aged 6) were during production when it was caught in the pyrotechnics flying low at 25 feet (8 metres). The tail rotor decapitated Morrow and Le and crushed Chen to death. The accident led to one of the most prolonged lawsuits in film history and resulted in some major changes in filming codes.
  • (1984). 's jaw broke after being hit on the face by a metal chair.
  • (1984). In June 1983, while filming in London, herniated a disc in his back, forcing him to fly back to Los Angeles for an operation. He returned six weeks later.
  • (1984). While waiting for an episode filming to resume, actor played with a loaded with a . The gunshot fractured his skull and caused massive cerebral hemorrhaging when bone fragments were forced through his brain. He was rushed to Beverly Hills Medical Center, where he was pronounced brain dead.
  • commercial (1984). While was filming a television commercial with his at the in Los Angeles, a faulty pyrotechnic went off too early and set his hair on fire, inflicting second- and third-degree burns to his scalp and body. Jackson sued for damages and received a US.5 million settlement, which he donated to the in , to establish the Michael Jackson Burn Center for Children. It is widely believed by unnamed sources[] that this accident resulted in Jackson's addiction to painkillers and obsession with plastic surgery until his death in 2009.
  • (1985). During filming in , Australia, where temperatures reached 146 °F (63 Celsius), ten crew members collapsed from heat exhaustion.
  • (1985). During the film's famous pole sliding scene, Jackie Chan suffered third-degree burns on his hands, nearly broke the seventh and eighth vertebrae on his spine, dislocated his pelvis, and was nearly paralyzed. Also, in the scene where Jackie Chan stops a double-decker bus, the actors were supposed to be thrown through the front window of the second level and land on a car below, but instead they landed right on the hard surface of the road, missing the car. The scene still went into the film.
  • (1985). Jackie Chan broke his hand while filming a stunt scene.
  • (1985). During filming in Mexico, FX man Cliff Wenger, Jr. was accidentally killed by one of the film's explosions.[]
  • (1985). Demanding a sense of realism in the boxing match between and , Sylvester Stallone and agreed to legitimately spar with each other. Stallone was airlifted from Canada to St. John's Hospital in , and placed on intensive care for eight days after Lundgren delivered a hard punch to his chest, causing his heart to swell and his blood pressure to exceed 200.
  • (1985). During filming in Alaska, a helicopter en route to location struck power lines and crashed, killing pilot Rick Holley.
  • (1986). During the filming of a scene in which Jackie Chan jumped from a wall to a tree branch, Chan lost his grip on the branch and fell 15 feet to the ground below. He hit his head on a rock, causing part of his skull to crack and a fragment to lodge in his brain. He now has a plastic plug in a permanent hole in his skull and hearing loss in the right ear.
  • (Hands of Steel, 1986). During filming of the Italian sci-fi action film in Arizona, a helicopter attempted to fly beneath the but crashed, killing the pilot Dan Nasca and Italian actor .
  • (1986). was seriously injured when a radio-controlled lawnmower used in a scene went out of control and struck a block of wood used as a camera support, shooting out wood splinters. The splinters were fired at Nannuzzi's face, resulting in him losing an eye. Nannuzzi sued on 18 February 1987, for million in damages due to unsafe working practices. The suit was settled out of court.[]
  • (1986). developed after filming a pistol-shooting scene.
  • (1986). On 16 September 1985, aerobatic pilot crashed his camera-plane off the southern Californian coast near and neither was recovered.
  • (1986). During filming of a car chase scene in the low-budget sci-fi action film in Arizona, assistant cameraman Bruce Ingram was killed when an overloaded camera car crashed on a mountain road.
  • (1987). Actor , who had deliberately increased his weight to 280 pounds in order to play the overweight Marine recruit, twisted his knee during filming of the boot-camp scenes, injuring it so badly, it required surgical reconstruction.
  • (1987). Stuntman died in a motorcycle accident after a dangerous stunt had been filmed and the medics on the set had been dismissed. Robinson, famous for his jumps off Toronto's drove his motorcycle off a cliff.
  • (1987). During filming, was knocked unconscious when a that hardened overnight detonated at the wrong time. He sustained lacerations to his face and a loss of hearing on one ear that lasted four weeks.
  • (1987). accidentally knocked unconscious with the butt of his sword during a pivotal scene.
  • (1987). Veteran stuntman Victor Magnotta drowned while performing a car stunt in which he drove the vehicle off a Hoboken pier and plunged into the . He was pinned in the car, and could not escape before drowning.
  • (1987). While filming the first take of the scene when his character is riddled with bullets from ()'s tommy gun, caught dust in his eye and had to be hospitalized. Film director recalled having to beg Connery to do a second take of the scene.
  • (1988). Film director was clawed on the buttocks by .
  • (1988). On location in the , a helicopter hired by the crashed into , killing four Filipino soldiers (who were working as extras) and wounding five other people on the ground. This helicopter accident occurred the same day the "not guilty" Twilight Zone verdict was handed down in a Los Angeles Superior Court.[]
  • (1988). lost two-thirds of his hearing after firing a gun loaded with extra loud blanks from underneath a table.
  • (1988). While filming a rooftop scene, accidentally slipped and her torso was cut by a large nail. She lost a large amount of blood but recovered, going on to continue on with the film.[]
  • (1988). Stuntman and director suffered a fatal heart attack while filming a fight scene in freezing conditions outdoors in Austria. The scene required and another actor to fight near-naked in deep snow. Dobbins over-exerted himself trying to install fan heaters in the snow to prevent the actors suffering hypothermia.
  • (1989). During a "" stunt scene, stuntwoman was accidentally bounced off a pillar before falling thirty feet onto concrete, sustaining serious facial and wrist injuries.
  • (1989). While filming, Jackson "Rock" Pinckney lost his eye during filming when accidentally struck his eye with a prop knife. Pinckney sued Van Damme in a court and was awarded 7,500.
  • (1989, unfinished). Director/actor was killed in , when a water tower he was planning to topple fell prematurely, hitting a telephone pole that then struck him in the head. The film was scrapped as a result of the accident.
  • Hired to Kill (1989). Stuntman Clint Carpenter was killed and three others and the pilot were injured in a helicopter crash in Corfu, Greece.
  • (1989). Actor suffered internal bleeding after doing 20 takes of being thrown out a door and landing on his stomach. He collapsed at a Las Vegas hotel four days after shooting the scene and was discovered to have two quarts of blood pooled in his abdomen.
  • (1989). On 20 September 1988, suffered a broken pelvis in a horseback riding accident and died of a heart attack the following day.
  • (1989). The largest number of on-set deaths in film history took place during the filming of this Indian made-for-TV movie. A total of 62 extras and crew members died after a fire broke out and they were trapped inside the burning film studio. Director and star suffered major burns and spent 13 months in hospital undergoing 72 surgeries.
  • (1990). accidentally broke 's nose on the film set.
  • (1990). In the scene where and his gang roped and hanged , lost consciousness for a few seconds from being hanged before an extra realized he was legitimately being asphyxiated and the noose was lowered. He recorded this event in his autobiography, Lucky Man.
  • (1990). Five people were killed in a helicopter crash during filming in the . The fatalities here were: Jojo Imperiale (pilot), Geoff Brewer (actor), Gadi Danzig (cameraman), Mike Graham (key grip) and Don Marshall (gaffer).
  • (1990). According to , accidentally bit his finger, leaving a scar.
  • (1991). dislocated his sternum after falling off a hanging chain while filming a stunt scene.
  • (1991). Stuntman Jay C. Currin was killed the first day of filming when a stunt fall off a 55-foot cliff went wrong and he landed on some rocks instead of the airbag that had been placed to break his fall.
  • (1991). caught fire when baby powder from a fire extinguisher ignited.
  • (1991). and both suffered injuries during filming. Lambert chipped one of Ironside's teeth during a fight scene, while Ironside inadvertently chopped off part of Lambert's finger during a sword fight scene.
  • (1991). suffered permanent hearing damage in one ear during filming when she fired a gun inside an elevator without using her ear plugs. She also injured her knees from falling on the ground during multiple re-shoots of her character being hit with a nightstick by actor Ken Gibbel. Frustrated by Gibbel's refusal to hit her properly, Hamilton legitimately knocked him out with a broom handle during the escape scene. nearly broke some fingers while twirling his shotgun with one hand. While there was a shotgun with a lever loop lengthened to fit Schwarzenegger's hand, he mistakenly picked up a standard sized unit and injured his hand while attempting the stunt.
  • (1992). A worker died when he was crushed between two lighting equipment cranes during filming.
  • (1992). Jackie Chan dislocated a cheekbone while filming a stunt scene.
  • (1992). Australian stuntman Chris Anderson had to have a leg amputated below the knee after he was severely injured when a 30-foot yacht collided with the jet-boat on which Anderson was eating his lunch during a break in filming.
  • (1993). While recreating a real life near-fatal parachute incident in which a parachutist tangled his equipment with the aircraft's landing gear before freeing himself, veteran stuntman leapt out of a and crashed into woods near , he was pronounced dead when medical staff arrived.
  • (1993). Jackie Chan dislocated his shoulder while filming a stunt scene.
  • (1993). Jackie Chan's legs were crushed between two cars during a dangerous stunt scene.
  • (1993). damaged some ligaments on his leg while filming a chase scene in the woods. Because he refused to have surgery until filming was wrapped, his character Dr. Richard Kimble walked with a limp throughout the film.
  • (1993). During filming of the battle scenes on , Bradley Egen, an extra playing a Union soldier, was unintentionally struck in the head by the butt of a musket and suffered a severe concussion.
  • (1993). During filming, accidentally broke 's nose.
  • (1993). Cameraman Michael Benson suffered lung injuries after a helicopter crash left him trapped for two days inside a Hawaiian volcano crater. The crew aboard the helicopter was flying over an active volcano to shoot the film's original opening sequence, but the footage was lost in the crash.
  • (1994). On 31 March 1993, American actor and martial artist was accidentally shot and killed in with a gun that was intended to fire blanks but contained a bullet left behind after a dummy round had been inserted and removed. Also, on 1 February 1993 on the opening day of filming a carpenter was severely shocked and burned when his scissor lift struck power lines.
  • (1995). Jackie Chan broke his right foot while performing a stunt. He spent the rest of the shooting time with a cast on the leg, using a sock painted to match his left shoe.
  • (1995). In a scene where Detective David Mills () chased John Doe in the rain, Pitt fell and his arm went through a car windscreen, requiring surgery. This accident was written into the script to explain Pitt wearing a cast over his arm. Coincidentally, the original script did call for Pitt's character to be injured during this sequence but not to his hand.
  • (1995). 's stunt double Sonja Davis fell to her death in a stunt gone wrong. Her death led to a million wrongful-death lawsuit against .
  • (1995). During production, actresses and were thrown overboard from the they were on when its bowsprit snapped. Nearly a dozen rescue divers jumped in and brought them back on board. nearly died when he was caught in a squall while tied to the mast of his trimaran. In addition, several cast and crew members suffered from seasickness and jellyfish stings. Costner’s stunt double, Laird Hamilton, was lost at sea for a few hours when his jet ski ran out of fuel after the filming of a jet ski scene.
  • Ah Kam (1996). On October 1995, actress , who usually performs her own stunts, was seriously injured during shooting of the film about the life of a stuntwoman, when she misjudged an 18-foot (5.5 m) jump off a bridge onto a truck. She fractured a vertebra and was in traction for a month. The sequence can be seen at the end of the film.
  • commercial (1996). Veteran pilot Michael Tamburro died after suffering a broken neck and head injuries in a helicopter crash caused by hitting a main rotor blade on a rock on the side of a desert butte. Co-pilot suffered a broken arm, and flying debris from the crash injured a crew member. Producers had not obtained a permit to use a helicopter when filming, which the firm claimed was due to an unintentional oversight.
  • (1996). During the filming of a scene on a , stuntman Collin Dragsbaek (doubling actor George Shetsov) died when he fell onto a faulty airbag.
  • (1997). While filming a scene, accidentally fell into a frigid river and had to be treated for .
  • (1997). Janet Wilder was killed and four other people, including her husband, were injured when a speedboat driver misjudged a ramp and the speedboat landed in a crowd.
  • (1997). Jackie Chan injured his neck after he miscalculated a flip during a fight scene.
  • (1997). Cameraman Brent Hershman died when he fell asleep driving home after a 19-hour workday on the set of the film. Hershman's death resulted in a wrongful death suit, claiming that New Line Cinema, New Line Productions and Juno Pix Inc. were responsible for the death as a result of the lengthy work hours imposed on the set, and spurred a call to limit filming hours.
  • (1997). Several extras were injured during the film's climactic sinking scene where passengers fell and hit parts of the ship. Injuries ranged from a broken ankle to cracked ribs, a fractured cheekbone, and a ruptured spleen. suffered pneumonia from filming the water scenes after she refused to wear a wetsuit under her dress. During the scene where Jack and Rose were running away from an ocean wave in the hallways, Winslet's coat snagged on a gate, pulling her down and nearly drowning her. On the final night of shooting in , 80 cast and crew members were hospitalized after pranksters spiked the clam chowder at the catering area with .
  • (1998). While filming his hospital attack scene, dislocated his jaw. He was rushed to a real hospital, where he was mistaken as a burn victim due to his makeup. Logue's stunt double broke his leg in another scene.
  • (1998). While filming a stunt scene, a car rolled onto two crew members, one of whom needed a leg amputation. Three months later, during filming for a car crash sequence, stuntman Bob Minor suffered severe injuries to his head.
  • Galápagos: The Enchanted Voyage (1998). Noel Archambault, the film's camera operator/stereographer, was killed in an ultralight aircraft crash along with the pilot, William Raisner Jr., while filming in the . The men were found at an elevation of 3,000 feet on , one of the two most active volcanoes in the archipelago.
  • (1998). Director of photography Don Peterman and camera operator Ray de la Motte were injured while preparing a crane shot in July 1997 in . Both suffered extensive neck and head injuries.
  • (1998). broke his ankle during the first week of shooting, requiring the crew to reschedule the film's production.
  • (1999). suffered a "minor neck injury" and was sent to the hospital after he was suddenly attacked by professional wrestler during an altercation between scenes.
  • (1999). injured her ankle during production.
  • (2000). While filming, cut his leg. Two weeks later, the swelling on his leg persisted, and Hanks was confined to a hospital for three weeks to treat a that would have killed him from blood poisoning.
  • (2000). During a fight scene, tore an on her knee after a bad landing and had to be flown from China to in , , for surgery.
  • (2000). A crew member was killed and another seriously wounded when a camera boom struck a cross-country power line.
  • (2000). 's stand-in, Will Gaffney, was killed while riding on truck that drove off a mountain road.
  • (2000). A was supposed to land in a pile of cardboard after a stunt, but missed and hit several crew. Cameraman Alain Dutartre died later of internal injuries while his assistant Jean-Michel Bar broke both legs.
  • (2000). suffered facial scratches during a fight scene with when a chain wrapped around his hand and his claws came loose and struck him.
  • (2001–2003). During the filming of , stepped on a shard of glass that injured his foot. During the filming of , broke two of his toes kicking a helmet. As he fell to his knees, that specific take was incorporated into the scene. Some time after this accident, he also almost drowned in a current. In addition, Mortensen chipped a tooth in the Battle of Helm's Deep. cracked a rib during the filming of The Two Towers after falling off his horse.[]
  • (2001). During filming in , a van was being towed along a street upside-down as part of a chase scene; stuntman Chris Lamon and another man were supposed to roll safely out, but Lamon struck his head, and died six days later.
  • (2001). During the fight scene between and , actor and stunt performer , playing a security guard, had his nose broken after Diesel accidentally hit him with his elbow.[]
  • (2001). fractured two ribs and hurt her right knee while filming. Many of the scenes had to be shot with her sitting down in order to cover her leg cast.
  • (2001). A stunt plane dressed like a Japanese fighter crashed during a flight over the movie set. The pilot survived the crash escaping serious injuries.
  • (2001). While filming a take of her character blowing off candles on a birthday cake, 's hair accidentally caught on fire. put out the fire in time.
  • (2002). Professional wrestler suffered three cracks on her vertebrae when she performed a dangerous wrestling maneuver on a stunt double, who dropped her neck-first.
  • (2002). injured an eye from the debris of a smoke grenade. In the sex scene with , she nearly choked to death with a in her mouth.
  • (2002). Russian actor and director and 42 film crew members were killed in the after finishing the second day of shooting on 20 September.
  • (2002). 's stunt double, , was killed during filming, in a scene in which he was supposed to rappel down a parasailing line and land on a submarine but struck a bridge at high speed and was killed instantly.
  • (2003). Halle Berry broke her arm while filming a scene with in a mental ward. In the scene, Downey was restraining Berry when he suddenly heard a pop and realized he hurt her.
  • (2003). broke his wrist while filming a fight scene with .
  • (2003). During filming of the final battle sequence, a horse's hind leg kicked an extra in the groin. Despite the pain, the extra, who was playing a Samurai foot soldier, remained standing and composed. The incident can be clearly seen in the movie.
  • (2003). broke her leg while shooting in Australia in 2002.
  • (2003). While filming an episode near , a filming helicopter flew into a power line. David Gibbs, the helicopter pilot, had his pilot's license suspended for the accident. He would later on be involved in another helicopter accident in 2013 that killed him and two passengers.
  • (2003). injured his back while horse riding.
  • (2003). suffered a concussion when a set prop that was supposed to be a piece of the wall Viktor had just thrown him through hit him in the head.[]
  • (2004). was bitten on the chin by a , requiring a rabies shot.
  • (2004). Halle Berry suffered a head injury after hitting a lighting prop.
  • (2004). Cinematographer was killed when the Cessna from which he was filming crashed near the Dry Tortugas off the coast of Florida on 14 August 2004. Though the director, pilot, and two other crew members were able to escape, Fredericks could not free himself from his harness and drowned.
  • (2004). was hit by a runaway jeep during filming and suffered a fractured foot.
  • (2004). While filming a driving scene in Mexico, sustained a concussion and injured her knees when she lost control of the car and crashed into a palm tree.
  • (2004). In playing the role of , sustained gashes to his back from multiple whippings, hypothermia, and a separated shoulder from carrying a giant cross. He was also struck by lightning before filming the scene.
  • (2004). A worker suffered severe injuries when he was thrown from scaffolding that was not properly secured on the set of the film. Actor fell off his horse approximately three times while filming his own stunt scene at riding the horse bareback. He also nearly drowned while filming the water scenes in the lake.
  • (2004). While filming the "Cheap Car Challenge" for , co-presenter fractured his right thumb after crashing his into a block wall.
  • (2004). , who played Achilles in the film, tore his left during production. George Camilleri, a bodybuilding extra, broke his leg while filming an action sequence at . He was operated on the following day but suffered complications and died two weeks later.
  • (2005). was performing backflips during filming and landed on her neck, herniating a disc close to her spinal cord. Production was shut down for eight weeks.
  • (2005). During the first scene in the ring, dislocated his shoulder. He also sustained other boxing-related injuries during filming.
  • (2005). During a torture scene where he was tied to a chair, suffered head and spinal injuries and memory loss when he hit his head on the floor after the torturer knocked his chair over. The impact ruptured his , resulting in loss of . The injury was so painful that he contemplated committing suicide while recovering.
  • Top Gear (2005). In , Jeremy Clarkson slipped two discs in his back while test driving the .
  • (2006). While filming the fight scene in , knocked out two of his front teeth. The damage was so severe that Craig's dentist had to be flown in from London to fix caps into his mouth.
  • (2006). During filming of the closing scene was performing a stunt with in which both of them are pulled out of shot by a running horse by a rope tied around their feet. Dunn dropped straight onto his shoulder, causing damage to the muscles and leading to a life-threatening blood clot near his heart and brain.[]
  • (2006). On 4 September 2006, was fatally pierced in the chest by a spine while snorkelling at the , at , which is located off the coast of in north . Irwin was in the area filming the documentary, but weather had stalled filming. He decided to take the opportunity to film some shallow water shots for a segment in the television program his daughter Bindi was hosting when the ray suddenly turned and lashed out at him with the spine on its tail.
  • Top Gear (2006). While filming a challenge for in Yorkshire, crashed a dragster at 288 mph, seriously injuring his brain. His front-right tire failed on the seventh run that caused him to hit the grass and roll the he was driving. During the roll, Hammond's helmet had embedded itself into the ground, flipping the visor up and forcing dirt into his mouth and left eye, damaging the eye. Rescuers felt a pulse and heard the unconscious Hammond breathing before the car was turned upright. Hammond also hurt his neck in the "Cheap Car Challenge of " when his rolled over.
  • (2006). A occurred at , where the Philippine game show was filming its first anniversary episode. The stampede killed 73 people and injured 392 others. The incident is cited in the 2007 as "the greatest death toll in a game show."
  • Past Tense (2006). During the production of this film, suffered from partial facial paralysis and a speech impediment from a scene where her character was choked and dragged down a flight of stairs by actor Adrian Hughes. She sued the film's producers for medical expenses, loss of earnings, and various damages.
  • (2007). A special effects assistant was critically injured when a prop missile exploded.
  • (2007). During the filming of Series 12, episode 7, presenter broke his foot and several toes when he crashed a modified van while recording a piece about . suffered multiple burns when a he was driving at burst into flames.
  • (2007). Cameraman Roland Schlotzhauer was killed during filming when the helicopter he was on hit power lines and crashed into a field. The helicopter pilot and one of the film's producers were seriously injured.
  • (2007). was injured during a fight scene when he was kicked above his right eye by 's stunt double, who was wearing stiletto heels. Willis was hospitalized and received seven stitches that ran through his right eyebrow and down into the corner of his eye. Willis' stunt double was knocked unconscious when he fell 25 feet (7.6 m) from a fire escape to the pavement. Rippenkroeger suffered broken bones in his face, several broken ribs, a punctured lung, and fractures in both wrists. Due to his injuries, production was temporarily shut down. Willis personally paid the hotel bills for Rippenkroeger's parents and visited him a number of times at the hospital.
  • (2007). While filming a comedic stripping scene, 's suspender strap snapped off and hit in the forehead, requiring stitches to patch up the cut.
  • (2008). and several stunt actors suffered multiple bruises and cuts while shooting the film's fight scenes. A montage of the film injuries is featured in the ending credits.
  • (2008). Cameraman Conway Wickliffe was killed in 2007 on the set of The Dark Knight, as he rode in a pickup truck driving parallel to a stunt car; the pickup missed a 90-degree turn and crashed into a tree.
  • (2008). injured his hip after slipping during a sword fight scene.
  • (2008). Set dresser David Ritchie was crushed to death by frozen debris as an exterior set was being dismantled.
  • (2008). While filming an action scene, suffered a collapsed lung after landing wrongly, requiring multiple surgeries to correct the injury.
  • (2008). Daniel Craig required eight stitches after being accidentally kicked in the face during a fight scene. In other stunt scenes, he tore a muscle in his right shoulder, bruised several ribs, and lost the tip of the fourth finger of his right hand.
  • (2008/2009). While filming a scene in which a small boat was set on fire and was to ram a larger boat, the fire spread quickly out of control, killing stuntman Lu Yanqing and injuring six others.
  • Top Gear (2008). In , Jeremy Clarkson hurt his neck while testing a at . In , Clarkson injured his torso while driving a around a skidpad at a high speed. In the same segment, he hurt his head and ankle after driving the Magnum through a solid brick wall. In the , Clarkson sustained cuts and bruises after falling off his when he hit a pothole.
  • (2008). During filming, the side of a vintage truck detached as the vehicle turned a sharp corner, causing a number of extras on board to fall out. One man was seriously injured and 10 more suffered minor injuries. The extras involved later filed a lawsuit against the production.
  • (2009). After performing the opening number with his band , lead vocalist was struck in the head by a descending set and knocked to the floor. He suffered a fractured nose and a split lip that required three stitches. Michaels subsequently sued the event's organizers, claiming that the collision led to his 2010 brain hemorrhage. The suit was settled in May 2012 for an undisclosed amount.
  • (2009). sustained a shoulder injury while filming an action scene.
  • (2009). During an explosion effects misfire, 's suit caught fire, igniting the area between her breasts.
  • (2009). In the scene where () strangled Bridget Von Hammersmark () to death, director stood in as Waltz's body double to give the scene more realism. Consequently, Kruger briefly lost consciousness from being strangled by Tarantino.
  • (2009). was attempting to do a back flip on a Moto X bike. He was halfway into the rotation when disaster struck. He bailed, he hit the ground hard and the bike landed on top of him. The handlebars hit his crotch, leaving him with serious genitalia injuries (tearing his urethra). As a result, he has to flush his bladder periodically by means of a . Knoxville said the process prevented from forming. Motocross racer broke her wrist after coming short of a 65-foot triple jump. She needed a metal plate attached with seven screws on her wrist and had to wear an arm cast throughout the second season.
  • (2009). In a botched attempt to turn over a semi-trailer truck with an air cannon for a chase scene, a piece of iron debris flew toward the production crew and hit assistant director Shero Rauf. Rauf broke both legs in that accident, which took him almost two years to walk normally again.
  • (2010). injured his neck while filming a fight scene with . He required a metal plate inserted into his neck during surgery.
  • (2010/2011). During production at , 's stunt double suffered a serious spinal injury during the filming of an aerial sequence, which left him a . Holmes fell to the ground following an explosion that was part of the stunt.
  • (2010). While filming a fight scene for the series finale "", mistakenly stabbed with a real knife instead of a collapsible one. Fox's life was saved by the kevlar vest underneath his shirt.
  • (2010). A cast extra was injured during the filming of a battle scene at in , Wales. In addition, badly bruised his heels during the film's production.
  • (2010). Filming was temporarily halted after suffered a minor head injury while filming an action scene. She was taken to a hospital as a precautionary measure and released on the same day with no serious injuries, allowing filming to resume.
  • (2010). In , had a bee lodged in his nostril while test driving a . In , suffered a concussion after hitting his head on a rock while helping pull Clarkson's up a slope and the recovery strap slung him backwards.
  • (2010). In the December 4 episode of this German entertainment series, stuntman Samuel Koch attempted to over five moving cars in succession when his head hit the windshield of the fourth car (driven by his father), causing him to crash to the ground head-first, fracturing two vertebrae and rendering him .
  • (2011). Cameraman Greg Jacobsen was killed in a helicopter crash while filming at the .
  • (2011). When filming in a freezing river, actors have a mixture of boiling hot water and river water poured down their suits to stay warm. A crew member forgot to mix the hot water with the river water during filming; as a result, was scalded with boiling water that burned the skin off the tip of his penis.
  • (2011). While filming the chase scene in , accidentally cut her hand on the metal roof of one of the houses.
  • (2011). injured her back after tumbling down a flight of concrete stairs while filming an episode.
  • (2011). Australian stuntman Scott McLean suffered critical brain damage while filming in Bangkok after a taxi he was leaning out of the window of failed to dodge another vehicle, causing McLean's head to collide with it, "leaving him with a huge gash over the right side of his head and flesh torn from his skull". Warner Bros. then issued a statement stating McLean was put into a medically induced coma, and were reportedly paying his hospital bills. McLean soon recovered, stating he had suffered "likely permanent brain and physical injuries" before suing the studio for unspecified damages.
  • (2011). suffered four fractures while filming.
  • (2011). An extra was seriously injured during a stunt in . Due to a failed weld, a steel cable snapped from a car being towed and hit the extra's car, damaging her skull. The extra, identified as Gabriela Cédillo, had to undergo brain surgery. The injury has left her permanently brain-damaged, paralyzed on her left side and her left eye stitched shut. In May 2012, it was revealed that a million settlement had been reached between Paramount and the Cedillo family. As a result of this accident, recycled footage from one of Michael Bay's previous movies, , was used instead with CG robots inserted into the footage.
  • (2012). suffered numerous injuries during production. He sustained burns on his hands when 's caught fire. He suffered an eye injury from colors thrown to his face during a musical scene. He also sustained a major back injury from lifting a 110 kg man during an action scene.
  • (2012). While performing a 30-foot fall from a building, stuntman Jeremy Fitzgerald slammed into a pile of bricks and tore off a chunk of his scalp.
  • (2012). broke her right foot while on location in , Spain. The filming schedule had to be altered to allow Berry's foot to heal within two-and-a-half weeks. She re-injured her foot during filming when she slipped off a rock.
  • (2012). During a pivotal scene, slammed his hand on a table so hard that he broke a glass and cut his hand. Despite gushing blood, DiCaprio finished the take, which is included in the finished cut of the film. In another incident, actor dislocated a pelvic bone when he fell from a horse during riding practice.
  • (2012). While filming in , , a stuntman was killed and another was left in critical condition during a staged explosion on a rubber boat. The surviving stuntman underwent a five-hour operation that reportedly left him in stable condition. In addition, both Sylvester Stallone and required shoulder surgery after filming.
  • (2012). Kristin Chenoweth sustained a skull fracture, broken nose, spinal and rib injuries, and cracked teeth after a piece of the lighting rig fell on her, forcing her to require years of physical therapy.
  • (2012–2014). As many as 27 animals were killed during the production of this film, mainly from the hazardous conditions of the farm they were housed in. Several goats and sheep fell into a sinkhole under the farm. One horse was and left on the ground for three hours. Another horse was killed after falling off an embankment of an overcrowded paddock. One horse had the skin and muscles of her leg torn off by wire fencing. Several chickens were mauled to death by unsupervised dogs or trampled by larger animals. This led to a global protest against the film by (PETA).
  • (2012). suffered swelling on his foot after doing over 50 takes of kicking a stuntman in the groin during a fight scene.
  • (2012). Mountain biker and freestyle rider Jim DeChamp sustained a broken vertebra and severe head trauma as a result of a car stunt gone wrong.
  • (2012). While filming in the streets of New York City, lost control of his bicycle and collided with the back of a taxicab before flying towards its rear windscreen. He required 31 stitches after his right forearm was slashed by the impact.
  • (2012). injured his shoulder while shooting the film's climax scene.
  • (2012). suffered a severe disc injury on his back. Hawkes later confirmed that his "spine now has not enough movement."
  • (2013). While filming, Halle Berry was rushed to after she fell and hit her head on a concrete floor while shooting a fight sequence. A spokesperson for Berry confirmed that she suffered a minor head injury and was taken to the hospital as a precaution, but she checked out healthy and was released.
  • (2013). On 24 February 2013, cameraman/director and conservationist Dr. Anthony King were killed in a plane crash in Kenya. Driftmier was shooting footage for the documentary when the plane, an (registration 5Y-LWF) crashed into the east face of . Although only a preliminary report has been published thus far, it is believed that a large downdraft forced the ultralight into an unrecoverable descent into the mountain. Driftmier and King were the only occupants.
  • (2013). sustained a while performing a stunt, requiring surgery while the production team filmed around his scenes until his recovery.
  • (2013). A crew member was killed while dismantling a set in , , when the he was on tipped over, causing him to fall to his death.
  • (2013). nearly drowned while filming the escape attempt sequence, where her character runs into the river near the village and is pushed downstream before being recaptured. It was not until one of the crew realized that her screams for help were real, where she was then rescued. Some footage of this scene was kept in the film.[]
  • (2013). injured his ankle while performing a stunt in , delaying filming for a month and a half.
  • (2013). 's stunt double was thrown into a wall by Mother Russia, and she cracked her head open.
  • Lone Operator (2013, unaired). During filming of this planned series, cameraman Darren Rydstrom, cast member Michael Donatelli, and pilot David Gibbs were killed in a helicopter crash in . Gibbs was not authorized by the to fly during the morning hours, and he had his pilot's license suspended twice prior to the accident.
  • (2013). While filming a horseback riding scene, the saddle on 's horse suddenly came loose, causing Depp to fall off and nearly get trampled by the horse. Depp walked away with some cuts on his chest. In another incident, diver Michael Bridger drowned while cleaning a 24-foot-deep water tank to be used in the film's underwater scene.
  • (2013). While filming the water chamber escape scene, nearly drowned when she had difficulty unlocking her shackles and was stuck in the chamber for less than three minutes.
  • (2013). During filming in Toronto, was struck by a reckless ambulance driver. She suffered a broken tailbone and spinal fracture, which required more than 20 surgeries.
  • (2013). accidentally shot a blank at from a distance of 1.5 meters, grazing Abraham's right side of his neck.
  • (2013). suffered severe injuries when she slipped off a metal staircase during a rainy morning on the set. The fall caused her to slip a in her and chip 11 of her vertebrae, as well as dislocate her left shoulder and tear a on her right side. The injuries took her out of filming for a month.
  • (2013). During the filming of a race in the desert between a and a , the helicopter wheeled around 180° before impacting the ground. Nobody was seriously injured.
  • (2014). While filming a shooting incident at a in , audio technician Bryce Dion was accidentally shot by gunfire. He and the suspect were pronounced dead upon arrival at the hospital.
  • (2014). During filming of this Philippine TV series on April 3, 2014, actress was stung by a and had to be rushed to the hospital.
  • (2014). Sylvester Stallone suffered a serious back injury from a bad fall, requiring surgery that involved adding metal plates to his spine. In a separate scene, sustained a knee injury. While filming in , , a truck driven by lost its brakes and fell into the . Statham was able to swim out of the accident unharmed.
  • (2014). Security guard Amrik Singh Gill was crushed by a runaway truck as the crew prepared for the next day's shooting in , , Canada.
  • (2014). Channing Tatum sustained multiple injuries during the production of this film. He broke his hand while training with other wrestlers. accidentally popped Tatum's eardrum when he slapped him hard in one scene. In a pivotal scene, Tatum cut his forehead after headbutting a mirror through the wall, narrowly missing a stud.
  • (2014). During filming in , a stuntman was accidentally stabbed in the shoulder by a bayonet during rehearsals.
  • (2014). While filming a dance scene, fell off a platform and landed face-first, gashing his cheek.
  • (2014). While filming the scene where 's character, , leads a rebellion against the Capitol through a tunnel filled with smoke, a malfunctioning emitted too much smoke, causing her to collapse and cough heavily from the fumes.
  • (2014, unfinished). Second camera assistant Sarah Jones was struck and killed by a freight train, and several crew members were injured, on 20 February 2014 when they attempted to shoot a scene with a hospital bed on an active railroad trestle at a location outside of . The railroad company responsible for the tracks has claimed that the production crew did not have permission to film there. As a consequence, the was launched to campaign and demand for increased safety in future film productions.
  • (2014). received several stitches after cutting his hand from an intense scene where his character destroyed a bathroom mirror.
  • Top Gear (2014). During the special in , Richard Hammond fell off a horse and had to be rushed to a hospital. In the , James May cracked three ribs while attempting to mount a horse.
  • (2015). During filming of the battles of the series, 18 extras collapsed due to wearing large woolen winter coats in the middle of summer where temperatures reached 43 degrees Celsius.
  • (2015). During the shooting of the French reality TV series on 9 March, , killing 10 people. The helicopters were reported to be heading to a gorge in northwestern Argentina for the French broadcaster . Eight French passengers and the choppers' two Argentinian pilots died in the midair crash near the town of in province, Argentina's state news agency Telam reported, citing local authorities. The dead included the famed sailor , who in 1990 broke the record for crossing the North Atlantic alone; the swimmer , who won three medals at the 2012 Olympics in London; and the boxer , who won a bronze medal at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.
  • (2015). While filming a fight scene, accidentally fractured 's left index finger.
  • (2015). Australian surfer Laurie Towner, who was 's stunt double, broke his jaw and suffered other wounds while filming the surfing scene in in mid-September 2014.
  • (2015). In February 2015, while shooting a fight scene, sprained his knee. He returned to work within days. The knee injury was later discovered to be so severe that Craig had surgery done on it after filming.
  • (2015). On 12 June 2014, fractured a bone in his leg while filming at after a hydraulic door fell on him, and was subsequently taken to a hospital to receive treatment. Filming was initially expected to continue as planned as Ford received treatment, though it was later revealed that production was suspended for two weeks to accommodate Ford's injury. Ford's son Ben released details on his father's injury saying that his ankle will likely need a plate and screws and that filming could be altered slightly with the crew needing to shoot Ford from the waist up for a short time until he recovered. Director also injured his back while helping lift the hydraulic door off Ford's leg.
  • (2016). and were injured in a car accident during the filming of an action sequence near .
  • (2016). On November 7, 2016, actors Anil Kumar and Raghava Uday drowned in near Bangalore, when they took a 60-foot plunge from a chopper while shooting the film's climax scene. A rescue motorboat scheduled to pull the actors out of the water did not start, resulting in immediate drowning of both the actors.
  • (2016). On July 6, 2016, while filming a scene at , actor accidentally ran over a stuntman. Sizemore was supposed to enter the and stay there until the scene ended. The stunt coordinator told him not to pull out, but he did so regardless, not realizing that the stuntman was behind him.
  • (2016). On 30 January 2015, a brick and wood house on the film's set in Taiwan suddenly collapsed on three construction workers who had been reinforcing the structure. One of the workers, Chen Yu-lung, was pronounced dead in the hospital while the other two sustained head and leg injuries.
  • (2016). On December 17, 2014, cinematographer drowned when a motorized he was on capsized during filming in off in Hong Kong.
  • (2016). broke his hand in a scene where he was supposed to punch a metal door, but missed the soft section of the door he intended to hit.
  • (2017). Stunt pilot and Venezuelan co-pilot Carlos Berl were killed when their aircraft crashed during filming in . A third person on board the aircraft survived.
  • (2017). While training for her lead role, cracked her teeth from clenching her jaw and had to get them fixed in surgery. She also bruised a rib during her training.
  • (2017). On August 25, 2016, a construction worker was killed while dismantling one of the film's sets at Origo Studios in , Hungary.
  • (2017). In 2017, a video was released that took place during filming in 2015, where a named Hercules was submerged under a rushing current while the crew rushed towards him. This was also the subject of controversy as the video shown by also features a man holding Hercules by the collar and leading him into the water, this leading to accusations of . According to the director , Hercules is "happy and healthy".
  • (2017). During in , , on March 14, 2016, strong winds sent a plastic iceberg prop flying into a paddock and striking two horses. One was wounded and the other mortally injured; it was later euthanized.
  • (2017). While filming in for the series' second season, Richard Hammond was seriously injured after falling off his motorbike. While filming another segment on June 10, 2017, Hammond was hospitalized after crashing a during a event in Switzerland. Hammond was able to escape the accident with a fractured knee, despite the car flipping and catching fire shortly afterwards. The crash footage was shown in the first episode of the second season.
  • (2017). suffered a shoulder injury after falling on set.
  • (2017). On June 1, 2016, suffered a broken nose and a head injury on set in after an iron bar used as a set piece had fallen onto his head. Purcell was immediately airlifted from to for treatment where he recovered.
  • (2017). Stunt double Olivia Jackson was severely injured in a motorcycle accident on set in South Africa in September 2015, leaving her in a medically-induced coma for two weeks. During a high-speed motorcycle chase, she collided with a camera arm. Among Jackson's injuries were cerebral trauma, a crushed and face, a severed artery in her neck, a paralyzed arm, several broken ribs, a shattered scapula, a broken clavicle, torn fingers with a thumb that needed to be amputated, and five nerves torn out of her spinal cord. Her paralyzed left arm was amputated in June 2016. Days after Jackson's accident, crew member Ricardo Cornelius was crushed to death by a that slid off a platform he was operating.
  • (2017). On July 13, 2017, stuntman suffered a head injury after falling more than 20 feet off a balcony onto a concrete floor while filming a stunt for the show. He died the following day.
  • (2018). On August 14, 2017, stuntwoman was killed during filming after losing control of a motorcycle while turning a corner and crashing through a glass window.
  • (2018). In December 2016, actress crashed through a glass door while filming a scene, causing massive injuries to her face and requiring multiple reconstructive surgeries. She now has a permanent facial scar as a result of the incident.
  • (2018). On 17 March 2016, actor suffered multiple injuries on set after being run over by a car in a scene gone wrong and was taken to hospital in Vancouver. Production was stopped after the accident.
  • (2018). On August 13, 2017, Tom Cruise broke his ankle while performing a stunt where he jumped from the roof of one building to another. Cruise, attached to a safety harness, did not successfully make the jump, slamming into the side of the building.
  • (2019). broke his nose while filming in Atlanta.
  • (2019). injured her hand while performing a stunt. Filming was shut down indefinitely after her first surgery was unsuccessful, requiring another procedure.
  • The Story of Taiwan (2019). Director , his assistant Chen Kuan-chi, and pilot Chang Chi-kuang were killed in a helicopter crash on 10 June 2017 while shooting aerial footage in a mountainous area in 's .


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