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Stunt Double

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Stunt double Tony McFarr, known for his work with Chris Pratt, tragically passes away at 47. The entertainment industry mourns the loss of the talented professional who worked on popular films like "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "Jurassic World."

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Tony McFarr, a beloved stunt double known for his work with actor Chris Pratt, tragically passed away at the age of 47. McFarr had collaborated with Pratt on high-octane action sequences in movies like "Guardians of the Galaxy." The entertainment industry mourned his loss, with many paying tribute to his dedication and skill. While the details of his passing were not immediately available, McFarr's sudden death sent shockwaves throughout Hollywood.

Chris Pratt expressed his sorrow over the news, describing McFarr as an essential part of their on-screen chemistry and someone he considered family. McFarr's contributions to the film industry were widely recognized, and his death left a void in the hearts of those who had the privilege of working with him. The Hollywood community remembered McFarr as a talented professional who brought passion and precision to every stunt he performed.

As news outlets reported on McFarr's untimely passing, fans and colleagues alike shared their condolences and fond memories of the stunt double. McFarr's presence in the world of action films had been significant, and his absence would be deeply felt.

The circumstances surrounding McFarr's death remained unclear, but his impact on the entertainment industry was undeniable. Colleagues praised his work ethic, positivity, and fearlessness in the face of challenging stunts. McFarr's legacy as a skilled stunt performer endured beyond his passing, leaving behind a lasting impression on all who had the pleasure of knowing him.

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