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Edward "Eddie" Braun is a stuntman, stunt actor and stunt coordinator who performed stunts in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country and Star Trek: Insurrection. In Star Trek VI, Braun portrayed an Excelsior crewman on the bridge. One of his stunt scenes in Star Trek: Insurrection was cut from the final aired film, a 30 ft. high fall from a cliff as a Tarlac officer, but included in the Star Trek: Insurrection (Special Edition) DVD feature "Anatomy of a Stunt".
In 2002 he was nominated for a Taurus World Stunt Award for best stunt coordination for the film Rush Hour 2. Braun has doubled for stars such as Michael Paré and Armand Assante and is a longtime stunt double for Charlie Sheen.
Among his resume are films such as St. Helens (1981), Survival Game (1987), Navy Seals (1990), Hot Shots ! (1991, with Heidi Swedberg, Annie O'Donnell, Christopher Doyle, and stunts by Andy Gill and Noon Orsatti), Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992, with Stephen Root, Al Goto, Kim Koscki, Sharon Shaffer, Lincoln Simonds, and stunts by Freddie Hice), Army of Darkness (1992, with Dennis Madalone, Tom Morga, and Patricia Tallman), Hot Shots! Part Deux (1993), Major League II (1994, with Corbin Bernsen), Down Periscope (1996, with Kelsey Grammer), Conspiracy Theory (1997, with Patrick Stewart), City of Angels (1998), Bedazzled (2000), Showtime (2002, with William Shatner), Dodgeball: A True Underdog Strory (2004, with William Shatner, Stephen Root, and stunts by Spice Williams-Crosby), Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous (2005, with William Shatner, Enrique Murciano, and Faith Minton), The Island (2005, with Ethan Phillips), and Transformers (2007).
Braun's resume also includes work in television series such as Deadly Games (starring Christopher Lloyd), Firefly, Strong Medicine, Dr. Vegas, Walker, Texas Ranger, and Spy TV.