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  • Teagle F. Bougere, January LaVoy, Michael Warner, Anne L. Nathan and Beth Dixon also are among the cast of the show, about a woman -- a former "wingwalker" on 1920s airplanes -- struggling with aphasia after a stroke.

    Variety.com

  • But he continued with his "aerobatics" site (wingwalker. com).

    The Cult Of The Entrepreneur

  • The death of wingwalker Todd Green comes a day after an aerobatic flyer crashed and died at a Kansas City, Green was flying atop an aircraft at the Selfridge Air Show, less than 30 miles from Detroit, on Sunday when he fell while trying to perform a transfer to a helicopter, organizers said on a website for the event.

    News - chicagotribune.com

  • The death of wingwalker Todd Green comes a day after an aerobatic flyer crashed and died at a Kansas City, Missouri, air show and a British Royal Air Force "Red Arrows" pilot crashed and died at an air festival on the coast of England.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • DETROIT Reuters - A wingwalker at an air show near Detroit plunged 200 feet to his death on Sunday as he tried to climb onto a helicopter in mid-air, in the third fatal air performance accident this weekend, officials said.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Lord Of The Rings star Kiran Shah becomes world's smallest wingwalker

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  • Wings, is a journey through the eye of Emily Stilson, a 1920s wingwalker who discovers her life's journey is a series of courageous adventures, proving that even when her mental self fails her, her daredevil spirit proves unflappable. "

    Playbill.com : News

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