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┬áJames Winburn Obituary, Death – The news that James Winburn had passed away on November 19 was confirmed to EW by the man who managed James Winburn. James Winburn had been battling an illness that no one knew the cause of. In the 1978 version of Halloween, he performed the role of Michael Myers’ stunt double. He was 85. Winburn provided assistance in a number of the most dangerous moments in the first film, notably the one in which Myers is shot many times by Dr. Samuel Loomis (Donald Pleasence), which causes him to fall from a balcony before he disappears. Winburn provided assistance in a number of the film’s most perilous situations, despite the fact that Nick Castle is most known for donning the slasher’s mask in the first film.

As a stunt performer, Winburn was engaged in the production of more than seventy films throughout the course of his career. A number of well-known films, such as Escape from New York, TRON, The Night Stalker, Glory, Crossing the Line, and The Waterfront, all feature his filmmaking contributions. In addition to that, he appeared in a number of movies and television shows, including Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen, Cagney & Lacey, Hunter, and Island of Witches, among others. FB \sTweet. The news that James Winburn had passed away on November 19 was confirmed to EW by the man who managed James Winburn.

James Winburn had been battling an illness that no one knew the cause of. In the 1978 version of Halloween, he performed the role of Michael Myers’ stunt double. He was 85. Winburn provided assistance in a number of the most dangerous moments in the first film, notably the one in which Myers is shot many times by Dr. Samuel Loomis (Donald Pleasence), which causes him to fall from a balcony before he disappears. Winburn provided assistance in a number of the film’s most perilous situations, despite the fact that Nick Castle is most known for donning the slasher’s mask in the first film. As a stunt performer, Winburn was engaged in the production of more than seventy films throughout the course of his career.

A number of well-known films, such as Escape from New York, TRON, The Night Stalker, Glory, Crossing the Line, and The Waterfront, all feature his directorial or editing work. In addition to that, he appeared in a number of movies and television shows, including Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen, Cagney & Lacey, Hunter, and Island of Witches, among others. James
During the course of his career, Winburn was responsible for directing three full-length motion pictures. These films include Evil Altar (1988), The Death Merchant (1991), and Miami Beach Cops (1993).

On their Twitter account, Monopoly Events, the business that was responsible for the For the Love of Horror conference that took place a month ago and featured Winburn as a guest, paid respect to the departed actor. Winburn was a visitor at the convention. “James made working (with him) an absolute pleasure and enlightened everyone else in the workplace with some of the wonderful stories he had to tell. Our sincerest condolences go out to his family, friends, and everyone who was moved by his music in some way.”