- "So to recap—that's Superman, James Bond and Indiana Jones. Almost every action hero you watched growing up was actually just Vic Armstrong, punching guys, taking hits and trying to hide his face from the camera."
- ―From Cracked's "7 Artists Who Secretly Made Your Favorite Movies" by David Christopher Bell
Victor Monroe Armstrong, better known as Vic Armstrong, performed some of Harrison Ford's stunts in Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi, as well as the Indiana Jones films. In the former film, he doubled for Ford in the scene where his character Han Solo is tied upside down to some logs by the Ewoks as they carry him and the gang into their village.  He is a famous stunt man who has appeared in such movies as Superman, Dune, and several of the James Bond movies. He also works as a stunt coordinator, director, and has appeared as an extra in many films. He is recognized by [[wikipedia:Guinness World Records|Guinness World Records as the World's Most Prolific Stuntman and has won myriad awards for practicing his craft. Armstrong wrote an autobiography entitled The True Adventures of the World's Greatest Stuntman with Robert Sellers.