(written from a Production point of view)
Red Horton is a stuntman, stunt actor, and stunt coordinator who performed stunts in episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: The Next Generation. He received no credit for these appearances.
Horton has performed or coordinated stunts in films such as China Lake (1983, with Charles Napier), Mayhem (1986), L.A. Crackdown II (1988, with Angelo Tiffe and stunts by Pat McGroarty and Joe Murphy), Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection (1990, with Mark Margolis and stunts by Gary Baxley, Joe Murphy, Eric Norris, and Jimmy Ortega), Alien Intruder (1993, with Tracy Scoggins, Bill Zuckert, and stunts by Joe Murphy), Monolith (1993, with Musetta Vander, Boris Lee Krutonog, Todd Jeffries, and stunts by Chuck Borden, Maria Kelly, Dennis Madalone, Joe Murphy, Rick New, and Chester E. Tripp III), Ice (1994, with Zach Galligan, Michael Bailey Smith, and stunts by Chino Binamo, Chuck Borden, Nick Dimitri, Joe Murphy, Mark Riccardi, Paul E. Short, Patricia Tallman, and Chester E. Tripp III), Top Dog (1995, with Clyde Kusatsu, Herta Ware, Eric Norris, and stunts by John Alden, Phil Chong, Tanner Gill, Steve Kelso, Cole McKay, Joe Murphy, and Jim Wilkey), Project Shadowchaser III (1995, with Musetta Vander, Christopher Neame, and stunts by Chuck Borden, Ken Clark, Brennan Dyson, Tim Sitarz, and Chester E. Tripp III), Mars (1998, with stunts by Ed Anders, Chuck Borden, B.J. Davis, Ken Clark, Leslie Hoffman, Lane Leavitt, Ken Lesco, Scott Leva, Eddie Matthews, Peewee Piemonte, Jerry Spicer, and Merritt Yohnka), Kiss Toledo Goodbye (1999, with Bill Smitrovich and David Drew Gallagher), and Return to Sender (2004, with Mark Holton and stunts by Stephen R. Hudis).
Horton has also worked in several other departments such as a special effects artist for the film Miami Beach Cops (1992), as a location manager for the film Attention Shoppers (2000), and as a transportation coordinator for the film Return to Sender (2004). Horton has also directed several productions in the second unit such as the films L.A. Heat (1989) and CIA II: Target Alexa (1994, with John Savage and Branscombe Richmond).