In Memory of
Stuntman and Director
May 1, 1948 – January 10, 2024
Born and raised in Southern California, Conrad left high school at seventeen to enlist in the US Marine Corps. He served two volunteer tours in Vietnam 1967 – 1969.
No stranger to PTSD, he built a long and successful career in the entertainment industry. In his work as a stuntman and director he was known for his commitment to the safety of the people he worked with.
A high school underdog is bullied and gets kicked out of school and enlists in the Vietnam War. The skills he learns in war prove to help him create a career as a stuntman in the movie business.
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The worst part of war should not be coming home.