ICON DEAD. With heavy hearts, we announce the passing

An 85-year-old stuntman for the movie Mad Max named Grant Page died in a scary car accident. Many people are paying tribute to the “legend” character.

Emergency services rushed to the scene of the accident because the Australian star was driving alone.

Authorities and ambulances arrived within minutes, but the movie star tragically died.

According to his 49-year-old son Leroy, his dad was a “legend” and was working on upcoming movies.

His statement to Daily Mail Australia was, “He died in very high spirits and he was very motivated.” It made him very happy.

No other information has been confirmed about the accident that happened in New South Wales on Thursday.

Some of Page’s most famous action movies are The Man from Hong Kong, Deathcheaters, Roadgames, and Stunt Rock.

His most recent work includes the Mad Max prequel Furiosa, which will come out later this year, and Three Thousand Years of Longing.

Fans of the stuntman, who started working in the 1970s, have paid tribute to him.

Gibson Page was Australia’s first stunt performer, and I’ve known him for 52 years, according to his former manager Brian Trenchard-Smith.

“I’ll miss him terribly.” He lived a manly life that inspired others.

“Most people know that getting older makes us heavier, that gravity pulls us down, and that death is waiting for us if we test our limits.” Granted, it wasn’t necessary because he was able to change the rules of physics and probability.

Trenchard-Smith said he had a “extraordinary ability” as a stunt driver.

“He’s the guy you get to dodge the cars, slide down the cliff on fire, jump into the water and fight the shark.”

According to an online post by Australian director Jamie Blanks, “I just learned the devastating news that my dear friend and legendary Australian stuntman Grant Page has died.”

“Grant was one of the awesome, kind, and brave men I’ve ever met.”

I’m very sad about the death of this Australian legend today. Grant, please rest in peace.

He was “bold, brilliant, and devilishly cheeky,” according to Dr. Luke Buckmaster, an Australian film critic, and his legacy is “written in tire streaks and burn marks.”

“Transfer” was the name of one of his most famous moves.

Within seconds, he jumped from one car window to another as they both sped down a road at high speeds.

In addition to his four sons, Leroy, Adrian, 52, Jeremy, 51, and Gulliver, 47, Page is also survived by his ex-wife Joy and ex-partner Ulli.

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