The Stunt Kids Association

           of Hollywood



The Stunt Kids Association of Hollywood is the non-profit arm of Lasky Productions.

D'Janine Lasky
is the CEO and head stunt coordinator & trainer for the Stunt Kids Association of Hollywood. She is a seasoned veteran with over 30 years of professional experience in training actors in tumbling and stunt work for film, television, theater, live shows and has had numerous stunt kids compete at National competitions and the Junior Olympic Games hosted by the U.S.A.G., the A.A.U., and the U.S.T.A. There are several other stunt coordinators in the Lasky family who assist the actors with stunt training and choreography. They are all down to earth, easy to work with and a lot of fun to be around. 

Over the past 25 years, numerous production companies, talent agents, individual members of the Stuntmen's Association of Motion Pictures and S.W.A.M.P. have hired our stunt coaches for private training on an individual basis for power tumbling, stunt tumbling, parkour & freerunning, tricking, mini trampoline stunts, air ram, high falls and acrobatics. All of the Lasky stunt trainers and choreographers are reliable, creative professionals who are safety certified and very committed to the projects they are involved with. Training is always done in a "safe & sane" manner whether at their training facility or on set. Stunts for the kids under the age of 18 (depending on their skill level) include semi-high falls, stunt tumbling & air barrel, fight choreography, mini-trampoline stunts, full size trampoline, bungee pulls, fencing, martial arts, break-away props, vaudeville stunts and acting for television & film.

Individual membership in the Stunt Kids Association of Hollywood is open to working actors and those who work strictly as stunt performers. The children who have grown up in the Stunt Kid's Association are welcome to continue their membership and become part of the adult's "stunt kid" division. Most of the adult actors play in 18 to look younger roles, however, there isn't a cap on age just as long as the adult is a "kid" at heart and doesn't mind performing in live stunt shows from time to time or performing in the Hollywood Christmas Parade. 

 


      View the Stunt Kids in action!