Stunts Unlimited is extremely proud to announce Debbie Evans as an honorary member.

Debbie started riding motorcycles at age six and became a stuntwoman at nineteen. Since then she has performed car, motorcycle and all around stunts in over 400 movies, television shows and commercials. In her 40+ year career Debbie has earned a multitude of awards, achievements,  honors and deep respect from her peers. In the moto world and entertainment industry, Debbie Evans is a pioneer and legend 💯

Debbie said of the news, “I’m overjoyed! The members of Stunts Unlimited are all my brothers – I have worked side by side with them from the very start. Becoming an honorary member of Stunts Unlimited is a dream come true for me. Thank you so much for the honor.”

Debbie, the honor is all ours. Thank you for being the kind trailblazer that our founders envisioned when they formed Stunts Unlimited.



Debbie Evans is considered one of Hollywood’s top stunt women. The writing was on the wall from the age of six when she started riding motorcycles in her hometown of Lakewood, California. By the age of nine she started competing in the sport of motorcycle trials.

Debbie at 9 years old with her first trophy

By 1976, she became the first woman to reach the rank of expert, successfully competing against the men. She was considered the best female observed trials rider in the United States, earning factory-backed sponsorship from Yamaha.

Debbie doing her famous moto head stand

Her entertainment roots began with halftime shows at various stadium events, which included her famous headstand on the seat of a balancing motorcycle. Not one to shy away from the challenge of a male-dominated field, she accepted the offer to do a motorcycle jump over a 30-foot ravine for the movie Deathsport. This job would be the beginning a stunt career that would span decades, and garner her accolades and awards for future work to come.

Debbie’s first movie stunt was jumping a 30-foot ravine on a Yamaha DT400 in Deathsport

Shortly after her path started, things exploded for Debbie when she tied for second overall in the 1978 CBS Stunt Competition as the only female competitor, and won first place in the car race, beating out all of the top male stunt drivers. She has since been featured in Reader’s Digest, Glamour Magazine, Cycle World, Dirt Bike, and on ESPN, The Montel Williams Show, Women’s Entertainment Television, and Entertainment Tonight, just to name a few.

Jack Gill and Debbie Evans doing wheelies as Buzz Bundy skis a car between them
Debbie Evans The Matrix Reloaded and Herbie Fully Loaded

Debbie honed all aspects of her physical ability, performing just about every stunt there is, but never steering too far from her first love…motorcycles and cars! In 2002, Debbie won two Taurus World Stunt Awards for doubling Michelle Rodriguez in The Fast and the Furious, and has continued with the franchise, and actress, in the subsequent films. Debbie has won 7 Taurus World Stunts Awards, one of the highest acknowledgements in her industry. She has also been inducted into the American Motorcyclist (AMA) Hall of Fame, The Hollywood Stuntman’s Hall of Fame, along with many other awards and nominations. Debbie has been had an amazing career with many memorable pieces of work.

A few of her most notable sequences were for Carrie Anne Moss, in Matrix Reloaded where she drove a Cadillac CTS and rode a Ducati 996 in the famous freeway chase sequence. Also doubling for Michelle Rodriguez in the first Fast and Furious driving a car under a semi-truck, crashing and flipping it off the embankment into the field below. Debbie worked on many other Fast and Furious movies in all the female driving sequences Fast films 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8 and 9. She has doubled for many of the leading ladies in Hollywood, Linda Hamilton in Terminator 2 (all stunts) and driving in Terminator: Dark Fate. Debbie performed as the stunt driving double for Angelina Jolie in Wanted, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Taking Lives.