Wolff, Marc Biography
biography of Wolff, Marc25 August 1947, Chicago, Illinois, USA
- The London newspaper 'The Guardian' conducts its own Alternative Oscars awards. In 1993 he won the award for Best Stunt for his work as aerial coordinator and stunt pilot in the film Cliffhanger. Marc and his team transferred stunt man Simon Crane from the back of a DC9 airliner to the door of a Lockheed Jetstar business jet. Marc co-ordinated this stunt and was one of the formation pilots in the Jetstar along with Tom Danaher. The stunt was a filmed from a Lear Jet with a periscope camera system, a B25 bomber with 3 cameras, cameras in the Jet Star and DC9 and a camera in a helicopter. The stunt was a year in planning, cost one million dollars to rehearse and shoot and was performed near Durango, Colorado in November 1992.
- Member of the Guild of British Camera Technicians (GBCT).
- Member of the Directors Guild of America (DGA).
- Member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG).
- Colin Prescot. _To the Edge of Space._ London:
- _Shoot to Thrill (1997)_ (qv)
- (2002) Living near Nice, France
- "The Guardian" (UK), March 1992, "The Guardian's Alternative Oscars"
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