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Tony Morelli (May 16, 1956 - April 19, 2015) was a Canadian stuntman and martial artist.

Morelli's stunt career began in 1983, and took part in various film and television projects, including Walls , Airwolf , Legends of the Fall , The X-Files , The 6th Day , Smallville , X-Men: The Last Stand , 2012 , The Twilight Saga: New Moon , Rise of the Planet of the Apes , The Cabin in the Woods , Arrow and Godzilla . [1]

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Morelli died suddenly on April 19, 2015, aged 58. He is survived by his wife and children. [2]

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