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Ryan Paevey wants to do a stunt that could ‘possibly kill’ him

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Ryan Paevey wants to bring more action to Hallmark movies. In a recent interview, he revealed he’d love to do a particle stunt in a Hallmark movie, but it’s so dangerous that most producers are nervous about the idea.

In an interview with TV Insider, Paevey was asked if there’s anything he hasn’t done in a Hallmark film but wanted to do.

He replied: “Drive a motorbike. I’m a motorcycle fanatic. I have five bicycles of my own. I love bikes. I know productions tend to get a little nervous when one of their leads involves something that could potentially kill them.”

He then shared that he actually had to miss his first opportunity to direct a Hallmark movie because he was injured in a motorcycle accident.

“My introduction to the Hallmark universe was me cutting out of a movie because I crashed and almost lost my right hand,” he told TV Insider. “But I’m sure there are characters who ride motorcycles. Someone mentioned I was like the Tom Cruise of the Hallmark universe. I’d like to be the guy who does things. Ready for everything. Rock climbing, surfing, kayaking, bikes, you name it. Throw me through a wall Let’s do some stunts. I’m your type.”

Paevey and Ashley Williams recently starred in the movie Two Tickets to Paradise.

Paevey said he insisted on surfing in the film so he could surf in real life, What to Watch reported.

He said: “I have to surf. I said very early on that they absolutely had to let me surf. There are surf scenes. I said, ‘Don’t hire a double. I will do it. I grew up surfing. You can’t take me to Hawaii for six weeks and expect me not to get in the water.’”

Paevey told Digital Journal that he was attracted to his character on Two Tickets to Paradise because they are both “activists.”

“Josh and I are both go with the flow guys, he’s an activity type which meant he had to do some fun things like kayaking, hiking and surfing. Josh and I are very similar, so it was an easy place for me to inhabit,” he said.

Paevey also shared that he has an upcoming project with Audible where he will be doing voice work.

“I’m very inquisitive right now. I have to study,” he shared.

Paevey in May signed a deal with Crown Media Family Networks, the company behind Hallmark and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, Deadline reported. In an Instagram post, Hallmark revealed that Paevey had signed an “exclusive, multi-picture deal.”

Paevey told Deadline about his new deal, “Being a part of Hallmark is like no other experience I’ve had. The creative people I’ve had the pleasure of working with both on the network and on each set have made this collaboration so special and I can’t wait to see what comes next.”

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