In this film Brady was dangled 40′ below a helicopter as it flew 60mph over the Hollywood Hills. If you saw the film it was for the scene when Justin Timberlake’s character climbed onto the Hollywood sign and was too scared to climb down. They had to rescue him with a helicopter and that is where Brady came in.
Brady designed and directed the action on the feature film Sparks (2013).
Brady played the stunt double of a James Bond type agent for a Diet Coke commercial that debuted during the 2013 Oscars.
He jumped off of a 40’ cliff and landed on a 2′ thick port-a-pit catcher mat at the bottom. He achieved the stunt by using a piece of specialty stunt equipment called a gold-tail descender to slow him down.
Brady was the hero bike rider on the MasterCard National Commercial Campaign called letters. For this stunt, Brady was riding a stunt wire and a mountain bike. Brady hit a 20’ jump on the mountain bike, but as he came down he crashed into the Master Card letters and got stuck.
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Brady Romberg has doubled Justin Timberlake several times as a stunt man. But his first gig with Justin was when he worked with him on Pepsi’s National Commercial Campaign that debuted during the 2008 NFL Superbowl World Championship.
In the commercial, every time a girl sucks her Pepsi through a straw, Justin is jerked through space by an invisible force, out of his favorite restaurant in NY, across the country and eventually into her back yard in LA.
The commercial took 2.5 weeks to film
Brady Romberg worked as a stunt double on the TV show, Chuck.
His character reaches for Chuck, slips on some marbles which are scattered on the floor, and falls out of a window to his death. Chuck tried to save the character, but dropped him, marking the first time Chuck “killed” anyone. The stunt exterior was done by using greenscreen on closed sound stages (studio sets) to simulate the sky-scraper exterior.
Brady Romberg is currently doubling Boyd Holbrook on the crime drama film A Walk Among the Tombstones (2014), currently in production and due in 2014.