Dylan Hintz is an actor, stunt performer, fight choreographer, and media producer from Montgomery County, MD. He first got into combat training in 2005 and has practiced many different styles of martial arts, such as; Shaolin Kung Fu, Tai Chi Chuan, IKCA Kenpo Karate and many others. He is currently practicing Kali and JKD under Sifu JB Jaeger of the MDJKD Association. His training in the Society of American Fight Directors began in 2013 with CT Casey Kaleba, and received certifications through Tooth and Claw Combat Arts under both Kaleba at Round House Theatre, and at U. of Maryland College Park with CT Matthew R. Wilson.
Dylan co-founded and has operated the DC Stunt Coalition (DCSC) since 2011 which produces live action stunt shows and workshops for conventions. The DCSC has drawn in talented teachers of various movement arts to train stunt people and help aspiring stuntees get their start in a highly competitive and challenging industry.
His acting and fight performance career started with Six Flags America’s 2009 stunt show, and continued with stunts and coordination for local independent productions such as At Last, Ninjas Vs. Monsters, Swords of Insurgency, The Recursion Theorem, and THICK. In 2013 he joined SAG-AFTRA, and performed stunts on television shows such as “AMC’S TURN: Washington’s Spies”, “Banshee”, “Outsiders”, “House of Cards”, and stunt doubling a lead actor on the film BLACK MASS.
In 2014, Dylan began training under major motion picture stunt coordinator and fight choreographer Chuck Jeffreys, owner of the Combattitude training method and has since partnered with the Atlanta-based training program: Act Tactical For Film, founded by Matt Clanton. Dylan joined the media production and education non-profit TIVA-DC as a board member-at- large.
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