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Royal Purple’s 2013 Outperformer mini-documentary series features stunt coordinator Lance Gilbert

Annette Carrion
Dec 17, 2013

Synthetic lubricant manufacturer, Royal Purple, is highlighting award-winning Hollywood stuntman Lance Gilbert’s achievements in its 2013 Outperformer mini-documentary series.

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Most recently, Gilbert worked for DreamWorks Pictures Need for Speed, the action film that brings to life the wildly successful video game franchise. The film releases in theaters on March 14, 2014.

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Additionally, Gilbert has more than 100 film and TV stunt credits, which include Spider-Man 3, Titanic and Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. In 2003, he earned the honor of Best Stunt Coordination – Feature Film at the Taurus World Stunt Awards for his work on xXx.

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“Lance epitomizes the idea of what an Outperformer is,” said Royal Purple Marketing Director Randy Fisher. “He constantly pushes the limits to create some of the most amazing action scenes ever recorded. His meticulous planning and attention to detail ensure the safety of performers, while making ‘the impossible’ possible on-screen.”

Watch each of the mini documentary series episodes at www.royalpurple.com

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Photos courtesy of Royal Purple

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