Californian Randy Miller simply has one of many scariest and most harmful jobs on this planet.
As a skilled animal coach in Hollywood, he spends his days grappling and wrestling with stunning however terrifying tigers.
Unleashed from a cage, the 400lb predators launch themselves at Randy in a mock animal attack-style scene. But whereas it could seem like sport over, Randy is completely in management because the tigers all the time know when to cease.
His abilities have established him as one probably the most achieved animal trainers within the film enterprise, and he even earned a Top Stunt award for his work on Russell Crowe’s 2000 blockbuster Gladiator.
Randy additionally has credit from large Hollywood hits like Transformers 2 and The Last Samurai.
But the risks are very actual. His life-threatening line of labor leaves Randy with a fair proportion of cuts and bruises.
‘If they become serious, one bite could kill you,’ explains Randy as he stands beside a large, majestic predator.
Whilst filming a scene for Gladiator, he was a sufferer of a tiger assault. A tiger tore straight by means of his thick leather-based costume and began dragging Randy off of the set, however he wasn’t delay.
‘I never took it personal,’ he says.
He has carried out the animal assault stunt a whole lot of instances, and regardless of a few tooth marks right here and there Randy insists that is a completely protected job for him.
He warns that despite the fact that the tigers might look affectionate and candy, they might severely damage and extra seemingly kill. He stays alive due to the deep, distinctive bond he shares with the animals he raised, and wouldn’t commerce it for the world.
‘It’s actually how I would like to spend my life,’ admits Randy.