THE world's most prolific film and TV stuntman has died.
Roy Alon, who lived for a time in Brighouse, won a place in the Guinness Book of Records for his exploits.
He died at the aged of 63 after a heart attack at his home in Alwoodley, north Leeds.
Mr Alon spent 35 years crashing cars, being thrown off cliffs, getting blown up and setting himself on fire.
He was killed by James Bond, saved by Superman and even donned a dress to double for screen beauty Sophia Loren.
Altogether, he made more than 1,000 appearances on screen.