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Daniel Jon Arrias is a stunt performer and actor who appeared as one of Alan Wilson's mercenaries in Season 7 of 24. He was also Gino Montesinos's stunt double in the role of Eduardo during Season 3, though did not appear on screen in this role.

Arrias is a skilled martial artist who trained under the masters Joon Kim and Jin Ha Choi. He has a black belt in Taekwondo and is als trained in boxing, kickboxing, grappling, gymnastics, precision stunt driving, and certified by the South Bay Fire Academy. He has doubled for actors such as Jason Gedrick (in Wanted), Danny Pino (in The Shield and Night Stalker), and Brian Bloom (in Drive).

In addition to 24, Arrias has performed in several television series, including General Hospital, She Spies (2003), Passions (2005, with David Kilde), Charmed, Chuck, CSI: NY, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Crossing Jordan (starring Ravi Kapoor), Dollhouse (2009, with Reed Diamond, John Eddins, and Harry Lennix), The Agency (starring Gil Bellows and Will Patton), Alias, FlashForward (2010, with Ravi Kapoor and Michael Massee), Kingpin (starring Lombardo Boyar, Joaquim de Almeida, Randle Mell, and Robert Maffia), Numb3ers (2009, with Peter MacNicol and Navi Rawat), Sons of Anarchy (2008, with Tommy Flanagan and Nicholas Guest), Brannon Braga's Threshold, The O.C. (starring Alan Dale), CSI: Miami, and Entourage (2009, with Rhys Coiro, Kevin Dillon, and Brian Grazer in a cameo), and The Unit (starring Dennis Haysbert, Michael Irby, and Max Martini).

His feature film performances include The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003, with Tony Curran), Seabiscuit (2003, with Michael Angarano, Michael O'Neill, and Paul Vincent O'Connor), The Rundown (2003, with Jon Gries), Hidalgo (2004, with Adam Alexi-Malle, C. Thomas Howell, Jeff Kober, and Adoni Maropis), Spider-Man 2 (2004, with Brent Briscoe, Reed Diamond, Vanessa Ferlito, Daniel Dae Kim, and Louis Lombardi), Cursed (2005, with Wilmer Calderon, Nick Offerman, and Brett Rickaby), The Legend of Zorro (2005, with Nick Chinlund), Ultraviolet (2006, with Nick Chinlund), Next (2007, with Thomas Kretschmann), Live Free or Die Hard (2007, with Christina Chang, Yorgo Constantine, Nadine Ellis, and Željko Ivanek), Charlie Wilson's War (2007, with Anthony Azizi, Nazanin Boniadi, Nancy Linehan Charles, Spencer Garrett, Rizwan Manji, J. Patrick McCormack, Navid Negahban, Sammy Sheik, and Faran Tahir), Iron Man (2008, with Nazanin Boniadi, Tim Griffin, Tim Guinee, Marvin Jordan, Bill Smitrovich and Faran Tahir), Days of Wrath (2008, with Ricardo Antonio Chavira, Raja Fenske, and Doug Hutchison), Tropic Thunder (2008, with Nadine Ellis, John Koyama, Eric Winzenried and Jon Voight), and Blood and Bone (2008, with Julian Sands and Ron Yuan).

Arrias served as stunt coordinator for the feature films King of the Lost World (2005) and Shapeshifter (2005).

Arrias' recent projects include Race to Witch Mountain (2009, with Meredith Salenger), Star Trek (2009, with Mark Bramhall, Antonio Elias, Greg Ellis, Tim Griffin, Paul McGillion, Zachary Quinto, Freda Foh Shen, Jason Matthew Smith, and Faran Tahir), Angels & Demons (2009, with Carmen Argenziano), Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009, with Cas Anvar, Michael Benyaer, Spencer Garrett, Jim Holmes, Glenn Morshower, John Nielsen, and Tony Todd), The Expendables (2010, with Alex Castillo, The Fighter (2010), and The Green Hornet (2010, with Jill Remez).

In 2010, Arrias earned a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture as part of the stunt crew for Star Trek, along with stunt performers Robert Alonzo, Sala Baker, Paul Lacorava, Rob Mars, Heidi Moneymaker, Mike Mukatis, Chris Palermo, Eddie Perez, and Marcus Young. The same year he received a Taurus World Stunt Award nomination in the category Best High Work which he shared with Ilram Choi, Mike Massa, Paul Lacovara, and Anthony Molinari.

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