Terry Cole (stuntman)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Terry Cole is a British TV and film stuntman.

Career[edit]

Terry Cole has been part of the entertainment business for many years, performing for live audiences, TV and film. Terry has had many roles in various films and television shows. He is famous for chopping apples & grapes in half on the back of a volunteer's neck with a samurai sword.

Terry spent his first years in show business training and travelling with a circus across Europe. Subsequently, having created his own act, he began performing for live audiences across the UK and Europe. He has starred in many TV programmes and films as himself, as well as acting in other roles.

Terry has also broken over 150 numerous Guinness World Records. Terry appears in the 2007 Guinness World Records with a picture of him balancing the most amount of cigar boxes on his chin.

Terry is also known for his performance on the Ripley's Believe It or Not the TV series, for hammering a 6 inch nail into a piece of wood with his bare hand and then pulling it out with his teeth. He was disqualified for the use of fake teeth.

Terry also works for Thales in his spare time.

Personal life[edit]

Terry was born and brought up in Walthamstow, London, and currently lives there as well.

Filmography[edit]

  • The Vanguard (2008)
  • I.D. (1995)

TV[edit]

As himself

  • Britain's Got Talent
  • Record Breakers (4 times)
  • Britains Wildest
  • You Punt
  • Big Breakfast (4 times)
  • Don't Try This at Home
  • London Tonight
  • Newsround
  • Record of the Year 2004
  • News at Six
  • Just Amazing
  • Pebble Mill at One
  • Six O Clock Show
  • What's up Doc (twice)
  • That's Life with Esther Rantzen
  • Talking Telephone Numbers
  • Ripley's Believe It or Not
  • The Way It Is
  • Central News
  • You Asked For It (a US TV show)
  • James Whale Show

Acting roles

  • Bad Girls
  • EastEnders
  • The Bill
  • London's Burning
  • The Knock

External links[edit]