Jeff Wolfe is a noted action-film actor and stuntman who has appeared in some of the industry's biggest blockbusters. Beginning work as a stunt double in the 1989 film "East L.A. Warriors," Wolfe gathered experience across a wide field of activities including acrobatics, stunt driving, martial arts, sword fighting, fire, and wire work. These skills pushed Wolfe into high demand and he contributed to a variety of television series including the action comedy "She Spies," "CSI-Miami" as stunt coordinator, and "Woman's Murder Club." Wolfe's talents brought led to work on feature films, such as the period-adventure "Hidalgo," the Chuck Norris thriller "The Cutter" and the 2004 film "Lost." Wolfe continued his work on screen as a stunt double in "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest " in 2006 and appeared in its sequels. In the 2008 production of the Marvel Comic, "Punisher: War Zone," Wolfe doubled and stunted for star Ray Stevenson with whom he developed a close working relationship, later doubling for him in "The Book of Eli" in 2010. A year later Wolfe had an acting and stunting role in the much anticipated "Green Lantern" and performed stunts in "Captain America: The First Avenger." In addition to his busy schedule in television and motion pictures, Wolfe recently contributed his expertise to commercials and music videos as a stunt coordinator.