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Having been working as a stunt actor for several years, he has applied his trade on other television and film productions, including early episodes of ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'', on which he also served as stunt coordinator as well as second unit director for three years. He has also worked as a stuntman, stunt coordinator, action director and choreographer, and/or second unit director on various other television series and movies: he performed stunts on ''Married... with Children''; he was action director and stunt coordinator for the original ''Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers'' series and its 1995 movie spin-off; and he was second unit director and stunt performer on the series ''Sheena''. He has also worked on such films as ''Cyborg 2'', ''Scanner Cop'', Roger Corman's infamous 1994 ''Fantastic Four'' adaptation, ''Double Dragon'' and ''The Whole Ten Yards''.
 
Having been working as a stunt actor for several years, he has applied his trade on other television and film productions, including early episodes of ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'', on which he also served as stunt coordinator as well as second unit director for three years. He has also worked as a stuntman, stunt coordinator, action director and choreographer, and/or second unit director on various other television series and movies: he performed stunts on ''Married... with Children''; he was action director and stunt coordinator for the original ''Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers'' series and its 1995 movie spin-off; and he was second unit director and stunt performer on the series ''Sheena''. He has also worked on such films as ''Cyborg 2'', ''Scanner Cop'', Roger Corman's infamous 1994 ''Fantastic Four'' adaptation, ''Double Dragon'' and ''The Whole Ten Yards''.
   
He is married to stuntwoman Sophia Crawford, who was the main stunt double for ''Buffy'' on ''{{w|Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV series)|Buffy the Vampire Slayer}}''.
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He is married to stuntwoman Sophia Crawford, who was the main stunt double for ''Buffy'' on ''{{w|Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV series)|Buffy the Vampire Slayer}}'' for the second, third, and fourth seasons, before being controversially fired, allegedly after an altercation with Gellar or the production crew.
   
 
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Template:Realworld Jeff Pruitt is a stuntman, stunt actor, and stunt coordinator who performed stunts in several episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager.

Having been working as a stunt actor for several years, he has applied his trade on other television and film productions, including early episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, on which he also served as stunt coordinator as well as second unit director for three years. He has also worked as a stuntman, stunt coordinator, action director and choreographer, and/or second unit director on various other television series and movies: he performed stunts on Married... with Children; he was action director and stunt coordinator for the original Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers series and its 1995 movie spin-off; and he was second unit director and stunt performer on the series Sheena. He has also worked on such films as Cyborg 2, Scanner Cop, Roger Corman's infamous 1994 Fantastic Four adaptation, Double Dragon and The Whole Ten Yards.

He is married to stuntwoman Sophia Crawford, who was the main stunt double for Buffy on Buffy the Vampire Slayer for the second, third, and fourth seasons, before being controversially fired, allegedly after an altercation with Gellar or the production crew.

Star Trek appearances

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