Jerry Trimble
American actor
Jerry Trimble
Jerry Foster Trimble, Jr. is an American actor, stuntman, writer, and World Champion.
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Jerry Trimble Helicopters first annual touchdown auto contest a success! - Vertical Magazine (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
McMinnville, OR June 27, 2011: Jerry Trimble Helicopters (JTH) held their first annual touchdown autorotation competition at the McMinnville airport on June 26, 2011. Twelve helicopter pilots competed in the event with Mark Stott,
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Helicopter contest joins Fly-In lineup - McMinnville News-Register
Google News - over 5 years
Thanks to Jerry Trimble Helicopters, this year's edition will introduce a trio of new features as well - a precision landing competition among a group of area helicopter pilots, $10 rides aloft for interested spectators and a Coast Guard aerial
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FILM; Martial-Arts Movies Find a Home In South Africa
NYTimes - almost 25 years
Crippled by the recent culture boycott, the South African film industry is all but moribund these days. Occasionally, the promise of an artistic movie with a big name or anti-apartheid message -- for example, Athol Fugard's "Road to Mecca" starring Kathy Bates or the protest musical "Sarafina!," recently filmed in Soweto -- will raise the spirits
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jerry Trimble
  • 1986
    Age 22
    Fighting under the name "Golden Boy", he won a string of additional titles that include "Georgia", Southeast, "U.S." titles, and on April 26, 1986 he became the Professional Karate Association and PKC Kickboxing Champion of the World.
    More Details Hide Details Trimble was rated by the international kickboxing media as the flashiest fighter and fastest kicker in the sport, (his hook kick was clocked at 118 MPH) Trimble was hired by Inside Karate magazine to write his own column called "Martial Arts a Way of Life". He was recently awarded the rank of 6th degree black belt from Master Dennis Donofiro. In April 1990, Trimble has retired from the ring and moved to Hollywood, California to embark on a career in the entertainment business. Within a few months Jerry signed with a talent manager and his first two auditions resulted in leading roles in the same week. Trimble played Johnny in the 1989 martial arts action comedy film The Master along with Jet Li. Trimble has been in over twenty five feature films and TV shows, in half of which he played lead. The list includes Green Hornet as well as Heat (playing alongside Al Pacino) and Charlie's Angels (where he was nominated for the Taurus Award in the category of best fight). He was in Mission Impossible 3 where he had a one on one fight scene with Tom Cruise. Jerry stated that Tom exhibited excellent fighting skills for a non-professional fighter. Some of Jerry's most recent work can be seen in The Butcher with Eric Roberts, TV shows Dark Blue and Eleventh Hour.
  • 1979
    Age 15
    In April 1979 Jerry moved to Atlanta, Georgia in pursuit of the World Championship.
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  • 1963
    Born on May 12, 1963.
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