About the Host

Corey Eubanks began his career as a professional stuntman at the young age of 18 when he was cast to play the role of a boxer in the feature film “The Sting 2”. Then with the help of his father, (Bob Eubanks – host of the “Newlywed Game”) Corey was employed by Warner Brothers Television to work on the number one t.v. show called, “The Dukes of Hazzard” and spent the next four years perfecting his stunt-skills and jumping the world famous General Lee on 87 episodes.

Corey’s talents were soon in high demand and he began working on some of the most popular, high-action television shows being produced at the time such as “The A-Team”, “Fall Guy” and “Hunter”.


  • Tom Cruise – “Far And Away”; “Mission Impossible 2” & “Vanilla Sky”
  • Sylvester Stallone-“Cobra”; “Tango & Cash” & “Get Carter”
  • Robert De Niro -“Midnight Run”; “Backdraft” & “Showtime”
  • George Clooney -“Ocean’s Eleven;
  • Ben Stiller – “Starsky & Hutch”
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger – “Terminator Genisys”
  • Mark Wahlberg – “Transformers 5”
  • Justin Bieber in the music video “As Long As You Love Me”

To date Corey’s credits include over 120 feature films and over 1,000 episodes of television – (IMDB Corey Michael Eubanks). Throughout his career Corey has also worked with some of the biggest Directors in the film and television industry, including Ron Howard; John Woo; Tony Scott; Tim Burton and Michael Bay.

But Corey is not just a stuntman, he is also a writer, an actor and a director of both feature films and television shows. He wrote and stared in the feature films “Payback” and “Forced To Kill” for Republic Pictures and PM Entertainment. He also wrote and directed “Bigfoot – The Unforgettable Encounter” and “Two-Bits & Pepper”. As a 1st Unit Director Corey has directed 21 one-hour television shows such as “Silk Stalkings”; “Renegade”; “Pacific Blue”; “Sheena” and “V.I.P.” and his 2nd Unit Directing Credits include 80+ titles of feature films and television shows.

Recently McG cast Corey to play one of the main “bad guys” in the Warner Brother’s pilot, “Lethal Weapon” and Corey recently finished working with Michael Bay on “Transformers 5” performing vehicular stunts for Mark Wahlberg when he wasn’t driving “Bumblebee”