Famed Stuntman Dies Suddenly

(ReclaimingAmerica.net) – Known for his work alongside Chris Pratt and other stars, famed stuntman Tony McFarr suddenly died at age 47 in a mysterious incident.

While his mother, Donna, said that he passed away at his home just outside Orlando, she shared that the cause of Tony’s death is currently unknown, stating it was “shocking and unexpected.”

She also said that her son was in good health and active up until his death.

Over his career, McFarr became known for his skill in executing complex stunts and significantly impacted numerous Hollywood films.

McFarr was talented with daredevil stunts and was an important figure in many Hollywood productions.

His extensive filmography included roles as a stuntman in Bones, Homeland, Teen Wolf, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1, Furious 7, and Captain America: Civil War.

His work also extended to television series such as MacGyver and One Tree Hill.

In turn, the Orange County Medical Examiner has taken up the case and plans to perform toxicology tests to uncover more details about the circumstances surrounding McFarr’s death.

McFarr developed a strong professional relationship with Chris Pratt through their collaboration on several films, including “Jurassic World” in 2015, “Passengers,” “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” and “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.”

Beyond his stunt work, the double ventured into the restaurant business, opening Reel Bowls, a health-conscious eatery with a cinematic theme located near Orlando.

He leaves behind a daughter, a sister, and his parents, and plans for his burial are underway, with arrangements for him to be laid to rest near his grandmother in Pennsylvania.

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