This Harley-Davidson-sponsored stuntman became famous for surpassing Evel Knievel's XR-750 motorcycle jumping records. In 2014, he began starring in a Discovery Channel reality series called Heirs to the Dare.
He rose to fame in his early thirties. In his first public appearance as a motorcycle stuntman, he broke Evel Knievel's nineteen-car motorcycle jump record.
His 2001 crash at the Del Mar track was documented in a Discovery Channel program called Destroyed In Seconds.
He was born and raised in Bon Secour, Alabama.
He was featured in a 1999 episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.