Carl Ciarfalio is a 40-year veteran of stage, television and movies. He enjoys a prolific career as an actor, stuntman, stunt-coordinator, second unit director and author. Carl has appeared many times as guest-star and co-star in several television programs and in hundreds of feature films over his career. He was the recipient of the "Best Fight Sequence" award in the 1st Annual Stuntman Awards for his performance in the television series, "Knight Rider". Carl became a member of the Stuntmen's Association of Motion Pictures in 1985 and served as president from 1992 until 1996. He served on the Board of Governors at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for two terms and was the first Governor of the Stunt Peer Group, which he helped to form in the year 2000. In 2001 Carl was a key player in establishing the first Emmy Award for Outstanding Stunt Co-ordination; this Emmy is now awarded each year at the Television Academy's Creative Arts Awards Ceremony. Carl also served as the stunt community liaison during the creation of the annual Taurus World Stunt Awards and the Taurus Foundation, and continues to serves on its Blue Ribbon Committee. Carl's book, "Stars, Stunts and Stories," (Available at Amazon.com) takes you on a behind-the-scenes ride of 40 years in the stunt business with heart-stopping action and dozens of photos!
Name: Carl Ciarfalio
Lives in: Hollywood, California
Occupation: Actor and Stunt Coordinator