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Scott Rogers, Stunt Coordinator: Wiki, Biography, Height, Wife

Stunt coordinator, stunt actor, and second unit director John Rogers is at the top of his field. His lengthy filmography includes Spider-Man 2, Uncharted, Jackass: The Movie, The Matrix Resurrections, and Batgirl.

Showbiz Cheat Sheet spoke with Rogers about his experiences working on some of his most recent big films including Batgirl and Keanu Reeves-starring pictures The Matrix Resurrections and John Wick 4. Scott Rogers, Stunt Coordinator: Wiki, Biography, Height, Wife.

Scott Rogers Height & Weight

How tall is Scott Rogers? He stands at a height of 1.81m i.e. 5 feet and 11 inches tall. He has a bodyweight of 71kg. Moreover, he has an athletic body build. His eye color and hair color are brown. His sexual orientation is straight. His other body measurement such as chest size, biceps size, and waist size is still got to get revealed yet. Overall, he has got a healthy body.

Scott Rogers Girlfriend

Scott Rogers has an intimate relationship with his wife where they are living their life happily together.

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Scott Rogers Wiki, Biography

Scott RogersWiki/Bio
Real NameScott Rogers
Nick NameScott
Age48-years old
Net Worth$3 million
BirthdayNA
ProfessionStunt Coordinator
BirthplaceUSA
Zodiac SignAquarius
EthnicityMixed
NationalityAmerican
SexualityStraight
ReligionChristianity
Height (approx.)In Feet Inches: 5′ 11″
In Meters: 1.81 m
In Centimetres: 181 cm
Weight (approx.)In Kilograms- 71 kg
In Pounds- 157 lbs
Body Measurementsapprox. 44-32-40 inches
Biceps Size23 Inches
Shoe Size16.5 (US)
Eye ColorDark Brown
Hair colorBlonde
Girlfriend NameSingle
Wife NameMarried
Children?No
Educational QualificationsGraduate
Social Media ProfilesInstagram: Active

Scott Rogers Career Explored

During his senior year at James Madison University in Virginia, Rogers first became interested in stunts.

He was a pole vaulter who had also worked as an intern for a television news production company. It wasn’t all he’d imagined it would be, though.

“After the internship, I realized I didn’t want to do that or actually work for a living,” Rogers said.

“So, halfway through my senior year, right before I was getting ready to graduate, I actually saw an article on a stuntwoman that I desperately wish I knew who it was now. I probably have met her.”

Rogers continued: “I was just like, ‘Oh, I’ll go do that. That makes sense.’ Then, a year later, I moved to California. That was 1989, and here I am. It was actually sort of that simple. It was not an easy path, but decision-wise, it was that simple.”

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Scott Rogers breaks down the motorcycle chase in ‘The Matrix Resurrections’

The motorcycle chase sequence in The Matrix Resurrections was nominated for Best Action Sequence by the ‘Showbiz’ Isaac Awards 2022.

Rogers discussed the creation of that sequence, as well as director Lana Wachowski’s directing style, during his acceptance speech.

“Lot of chaos,” Rogers said. “Lana [Wachowski], her style is different from most and it’s developed over time. So, I wasn’t part of the first three Matrix [movies].

I had some really good friends that were very heavily involved in the first three Matrixes, especially the Mr. Smith fight in Matrix 2. So, I knew quite a bit of the process, but now her process is very different. It’s more organic.”

Rogers continued: “That was a more planned out, very scheduled, very storyboarded, very mapped out sequence.

This one was very not that. Very much more organic and you’d kind of show up. We prepped a number of gags.

People’s cars sliding into people and yanking them back. People diving off of trucks and getting slapped back and stuck to the truck and the car crashes.”

“It’s a real honor to be part of the process with her and with Warner Bros. letting us just do, and San Francisco giving us free rein,” Rogers stated.

“We had two picture helicopters, a camera helicopter, a drone, a Russian arm, camera bikes, biscuit rigs, and we just had so many things. Seventy stunt people, hundreds of extras.”

Rogers explained that it was a “real team effort” pulling it all off. Tim Trella worked on car stunts, while Kyle Weishaar took over the rooftop sequence.

As a result, Rogers could work on other things. However, he noted that his style is also “very fluid and flexible.”

“It plays well in the Lana Wachowski moviemaking style, but also, right after Matrix, I did Uncharted and we just wrapped up John Wick 4 and all of those were very similar,” Rogers said. “Just thinking on your feet, changing.”

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