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Name Debbie Evans (I)
Sex Female
Biography Debbie Evans is considered one of Hollywood's top stunt women. She began riding motorcycles at the age of six and started competing in the sport of motorcycle trials at the age of nine. By 1976, she became the first woman to reach the rank of expert, successfully competing against the men. She earned a sponsorship from Yamaha and would do halftime shows at various stadium events, which included her famous headstand on the seat of a balancing motorcycle. Her stunt career began when Debbie was called to do a motorcycle jump over a 30-foot ravine for the movie Deathsport (1978) and really broke through when she tied for second overall in the 1979 CBS Stunt Competition as the only female competitor. She has since been featured in Reader's Digest, Glamour Magazine, Cycle World, Dirtbike, and on ESPN, "The Montel Williams Show" (1991), Women's Entertainment Television, and "Entertainment Tonight" (1981). In 2002, Debbie won two Taurus World Stunt Awards for doubling Michelle Rodriguez in the movie The Fast and the Furious (2001).
Height 5' 4' (1.63 m)
Parent Daughter of David Evans.
Movies of Debbie Evans (I)
as stunt driver
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