September 1, 1961|
Levitton, Pennsylvania, USA
August 2, 1996 (aged 34)|
Los Angeles, California, USA
Since his childhood, Dallas was interested in the entertainement industry and during his high school period, he focused on stunt performing and acting. He also studied directing and producing at UCLA.
Dallas visited Los Angeles to have his first lessons in stunt practicing. He moved in here and started his stunt career in 1984. In the same time in 1986, he founded a company specialized in the developping of air bags and stunt-related safety equipments. In 1996, he died soon after the shooting of a stunt for L.A. Heat, missing an airbag supposed to break a 53-foot fall.
Involvement in the Stargate universe
- Stunt player (Stargate)
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|Film and Television|
- 15 Movie Stunts Gone Horribly Wrong, a web page describing Dallas' lethal stunt accident.
- Brett Anthony Collins (August 8, 1996). "Paul Dallas; Film and Television Stuntman". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved November 26, 2014.