Vic Armstrong is an Academy and BAFTA Award-winning film maker, who is known for directing “Young Indiana Jones”, for George Lucas starring Sir Christopher Lee, Joss Ackland and Jennifer Ehrle and “Joshua Tree” starring George Segal, Michelle Phillips and Dolph Lundgren.
Vic also directed the New York Times best seller “Left Behind” starring Nic Cage. Most recently Vic directed “A Sunday Horse”, starring William Shatner, Linda Hamilton, Ving Rhames and Nikki Reed.
Armstrong is also renowned for his staging & directing action sequences in such films as “The Mission,” multiple James Bond films, “The Amazing Spider-Man,” “Green Hornet,” “Thor,” and recently “Jack Ryan” and “Mazerunner 3”.
Armstrong is also considered one of the most recognizable stuntmen in the world, reaching legendary status at an early age as he took on the most memorable and harrowing feats in the first three Indiana Jones films as Indy himself, (Harrison Ford’s stunt double). As if one legendary character was enough, he also filled the stunt shoes of Superman and James Bond.
As an action Director, Vic’s creative vision has been sought for films helmed by some of the world’s most respected and prominent directors, including Steven Spielberg, Paul Verhoven, David Lean, Peter Yates, Roland Joffe, Sir Richard Attenborough, Kenneth Branagh, Ridley Scott, Michael Cimino, George Lucas, and Martin Scorsese.
Vic’s extensive body of work includes films of all genres and scale, including, “The Mission”, “Empire of the Sun”, “Black Beauty”, “Terminator 2”, “An American Werewolf in London”, “Double Impact”, “Dune”, “Total Recall”, “Air America”, “Universal Soldier”, “Return of the Jedi”, “Bladerunner”, “Henry V”, “Rob Roy”, “Starship Troopers”, “Tomorrow Never Dies”, “Entrapment”, The World is not Enough”, “Charlie’s Angels”, “Captain Correlli’s Mandolin” and “Gangs of New York”, to name just some. For more check out Vic on IMDB.