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Stephen Pope
Personal details
Birth place Seattle, Washington, USA
Profession Stunt Co-Ordinator
Years active 1998 to present
IMDb 0691189
Boardwalk Empire
Role Stunt Co-Ordinator
Seasons 1, 2, 3 & 4
First episode "The Ivory Tower"
Last episode ""New York Sour"
Credits 32 episodes (see below)

Stephen Pope, born January 27, 1972 in Seattle, Washington, USA, is a stunt co-ordinator and performer. He is a stunt co-ordinator for Boardwalk Empire. He has worked on the first, second, third and fourth seasons. He joined the crew for the second episode "The Ivory Tower". He initially worked as the lead stunt co-ordinator on the first and second season. He then worked under Jeffrey Gibson for the third season before returning as lead stunt co-ordinator for the fourth season. He worked with Boardwalk Empire show runner Terence Winter on the film Get Rich Or Die Tryin'. He worked with Boardwalk Empire Executive Producer Martin Scorsese on the his films Bringing Out The Dead, Gangs of New York, and The Departed. He has worked with HBO on the series John Adams, Mildred Pierce and Oz. He has been active since 1998 and has also worked on the series Homicide: Life on the Street, Third Watch, Brotherhood and Louie.


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Season 1 credits
Boardwalk Empire The Ivory Tower Broadway Limited Anastasia
Nights in Ballygran Family Limitation Home Hold Me in Paradise
Belle Femme The Emerald City Paris Green A Return to Normalcy
Season 2 credits
21 Ourselves Alone A Dangerous Maid What Does the Bee Do?
Gimcrack & Bunkum The Age of Reason Peg of Old Two Boats and a Lifeguard
Battle of the Century Georgia Peaches Under God's Power She Flourishes To the Lost
Season 3 credits
"Resolution" "Spaghetti and Coffee" "Bone for Tuna" "Blue Bell Boy"
"You'd Be Surprised" "Ging Gang Goolie" "Sunday Best" "The Pony"
"The Milkmaid's Lot" "A Man, A Plan..." "Two Imposters" "Margate Sands"
Season four credits
"New York Sour" "Resignation" "Acres of Diamonds" "All In"
"Erlkonig" "The North Star" "William Wilson" "The Old Ship of Zion"
"Marriage and Hunting" "White Horse Pike" "Havre De Grace" "Farewell Daddy Blues"

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