Screen Actors Guild & Taurus World Stunt Award nominee Kieran Clarke is a professional stunt performer/vehicle specialist, camera tracking bike rider, motorcycle coach and technical consultant. Kieran starred in his first movie role with the Eastwood Action stunt team on Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation. KC’s role as a motorcycle assassin also involved onboard camera tracking and motorcycle coaching Mr Tom Cruise.
Kieran has been riding and racing motorcycles since the age of 7 and within 2 years of his first motocross race in 1993 he won his first British Youth Championship. This was followed by a Honda Britain ride in 1996, achieving multiple British youth titles and at the age of 15 a British Supercross Pro 125cc moto win.
In 2002 following in his father’s footsteps, KC switched motorcycle disciplines to road racing. He rose through the ranks finishing 3rd in the Yamaha R6 Cup against the likes of Cal Crutchlow and Tommy Hill. The following season Kieran competed in the British Superbike Championship, securing two 7th place finishes at just 19 years old.
Over the next 5 years KC went on to establish himself as a podium contender in the championship before moving into the World Superbike paddock in 2011, competing in the Superstock 1000 Cup. He then progressed into World Supersport before retiring due to injury in 2015. After 2 decades competing at the highest level in multiple motorcycle disciplines KC is now a full time Hollywood Stuntman.