||Mark Hager, a seventeen-year professional stunt veteran, founded Dangerous Moments™ Inc. in 1992 --- a live stunt production company specializing in explosive car stunts and precision driving sequences. Hager has coordinated and performed more than seven hundred car stunts, nationwide, including his 1995 record-breaking 213-foot bus jump at a Charlotte Motor Speedway NASCAR event.
Hager currently holds four world records --- one of which was recently set and broken three times by Hager in January 2006 for distance jumped in an indoor stadium (at the Alamo Dome and Reliant Stadium). Hager’s resume lists dozens of TV and motion picture credits and a range of skills, such as, automotive jumps and crashes, precision driving, driving a car on two wheels, motorcycle stunts, and fire burns.
This past year, Hager's projects have included coordinating and training drivers for the Disney MGM “Lights Motors Action” automotive stunt show, jumping the famed General Lee for the Dukes of Hazzard movie, racing around the Homestead Speedway at 100+ mph for a series of Toyota commercials, and the production of twenty car stunts for his upcoming “Brotherhood of Destruction” DVD.
Hager has performed car stunts at some of the country’s most prestigious venues and live events, including the Houston Astrodome, Anaheim Stadium, Pontiac Silver Dome, and the New Orleans Super Dome. In addition, Hager and his company have been featured on ESPN, TLC, Discovery Channel, and the nationally syndicated John Boy and Billy morning radio show.
Hager is a member of LA Motorsports (www.lamsports.com), a premier team of stunt professionals who collectively offer their talents and experience for notable commercial, TV, and film projects. .
Brad Baldino has been motocross racing and riding most of his life, and specializes in street and dirt bike stunts. However, Baldino stepped into cars this past year, and is the lead precision stunt car driver for the Disney World – MGM “Lights, Motors, Action” live stunt show. Baldino has worked with Dangerous Moments since 2000, and has served as Hager’s top Safety Team member. Baldino was recently invited to work on “Rooms-To-Go” and “Toyota” auto racing-themed commercials.
His most daring feat was accomplished on January 21, 2006 at the Reliant Stadium in Houston where he performed his first car crash stunt (high-speed T-Bone) with Dangerous Moments Stunts.