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Cole S. McKay is a stuntman, stunt actor, stunt coordinator, and director who performed stunts in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. For the latter one he received no on screen credit.
Among his stunt resume are films such as Fatal Beauty (1987, with Whoopi Goldberg, Harris Yulin, and Brad Dourif), The Rookie (1990), Lucky Luke (1991, with Fritz Sperberg), Sweet Justice (1992, with Marjean Holden, Patricia Tallman, Frank Gorshin, Scott Leva, Chuck Hicks, Branscombe Richmond, Jeff Pruitt, Robby Robinson, and stunts by Ted Barba, Monty Cox, Maria R. Kelly, Dennis Madalone, J. Suzanne Rampe, and Denise Lynne Roberts), Dolly Dearest (1992, starring Denise Crosby), Night Eyes II (1992, with Tim Russ), Snapdragon (1993, with Matt McCoy, Kenneth Tigar, and Irene Tsu), Leprechaun (1993), Roger Corman's The Fantastic Four (1994, with Michael Bailey Smith, Joseph Culp, and stunts by Jeff Cadiente, Denney Pierce, Jeff Pruitt, Spiro Razatos, Jerry Spicer, and Merritt Yohnka), Hologram Man (1995), Black Scorpion (1995, with Anita Hart and Rosine "Ace" Hatem), Squanderers (1996, with Kyla Kuhner, Ronald F. Hoiseck, and Viola Stimpson), Dark Breed (1996, with Jonathan Banks, Josh Clark, and Lance LeGault), David Lynch's Lost Highway (1997), Playing God (1997), Addams Family Reunion (1998, with Carel Struycken, Ed Begley, Jr., Ray Walston, and Estelle Harris), Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies (1999, with Vyto Ruginis and stunts by Ted Barba, Jeff Cadiente, Eugene Collier, Kim Koscki, Denney Pierce, Eileen Weisinger, and Johnny Martin), The Chaos Factor (2000), Hidalgo (2004), Satanic (2006), and Little Hercules in 3-D (2007).
McKay has also performed stunts in television series such as Renegade (1993, with Branscombe Richmond), Melrose Place (1996), and Walker, Texas Ranger (1998-2005, with Noble Willingham).
Among his directing credits are films such as The Killing Zone (1991), Wild Cactus (1993), Star Hunter (1995), Skyscraper (1997, with Alicia Coppola), and Special OPS: Delta Force (2006, with Bruce Davison).