The Mad Stuntman
|The Mad Stuntman|
|Birth name||Mark Quashie|
|Born||January 24, 1967
Trinidad and Tobago
|Genres||Electronic dance music, Reggae|
|Occupation(s)||Singer-songwriter, Rapper, Actor, Dancer|
|Labels||Strictly Rhythm Positiva Records EMI|
|Associated acts||Erick Morillo,  Keith Litman, Ralphie Muniz Daft Punk, Crystal Waters, M.A.R.S.S.|
Mark Quashie (born 24 January 1967, Trinidad and Tobago), better known by his stage name The Mad Stuntman, is a singer, best known for providing the vocals on "I Like to Move It" by Reel 2 Real. Quashie took his name from the Lee Majors' television series The Fall Guy. He has been a resident of Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York, since the age of nine.
- Thomas H Green (3 December 2008). "Madagascar's hip hop hippo likes to move it". The Daily Telegraph.
- Jared Mccallister (9 August 2009). "Caribbean entertainment company Tropicalfete.com set for 10th anniversary party". NY Daily News.
- Neil Warwick, Jon Kutner, Tony Brown. The complete book of the British charts: singles & albums. p. 904.
- Larry Flick (20 April 1996), "Dance Trax", Billboard magazine
- The Mad Stuntman on Myspace
- The Mad Stuntman discography at Discogs
- Mark Quashie at NYTimes.com's Movies & TV
- The Mad Stuntman page at Facebook
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- "The Mad Stuntman – Strictly Rhythm roster". allmusic.com. Retrieved 18 December 2014.
- "The Mad Stuntman – Real 2 Real". house-mixes.com. Text "http://www.house-mixes.com/profile/skoota/play/positiva-reccords-mix#.VJOgr14AKA" ignored (help);
- "I Like To Move It Move It". Discogs.com. Retrieved 18 December 2014.
- "Dance music mash up". Youtube. Retrieved 18 December 2014.