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Taurus World Stunt Awards

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Taurus World Stunt Awards

The Taurus World Stunt Awards is a yearly award ceremony that honors stunt performers in movies. It is held each year in Los Angeles.


  • Best Fight
  • Best Fire Stunt
  • Best High Work
  • Best Work with a Vehicle
  • Best Overall Stunt by a Stunt Woman
  • Best Overall Stunt by a Stunt Man
  • Best Specialty Stunt
  • Best Stunt Coordinator and/or second Unit Director
  • Best Action in a Foreign Film


  • Action Movie Director of the Year
  • Taurus Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Taurus Lifetime Achievement Award for an Action Movie Star

In pop culture

In the videogame Stuntman: Ignition, a player can be nominated for the Taurus World Stunt Awards.

TV airings

The award ceremony is normally broadcast on American television channels such as Entertainment News (E!).

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