Fluent in English, German, French, Italian and Swiss German. Headed action departments in over 20 different countries.
The stunt and motion picture industry
Alister Mazzotti came into the stunt and motion picture industry in 1994. Over the years he has collaborated with such renowned stunt coordinators as Chad Stahelski, David Leitch, Jeff Imada, Greg Powell, Glen Wilder, Hiro Koda, Art Camacho, Xing-Xing Yan, Rick Forsayeth, Kenji Tanigaki, Olivier Schneider, Michel Julienne, Ben Cooke, Steve Griffin, Nick Powell, Yûji Shimomura, Jon Valera, Dave Judge and
In 2001 Alister co-headed the SFX department for the academy-award winning WWII movie THE PIANIST (Dir. Roman Polanski)
Alister’s newly founded company, covers all aspects of stuntwork. It provides a safe and professional environment for its clients, thus creating exciting action for the movie and entertainment industry. Innovative solutions have become their trademark.
The Lives of Others
In 2007 he headed the stunt department for the academy award winning film The Lives of Others (Dir. F. Henckel von Donnersmarck).
German Stunt Association (GSA)
Since 2009 Alister is an active board member of the German Stunt Association (BVS). He is also a member of Actors‘ Equity (UK), the Taurus World Stunt Academy (USA), the Swiss Filmworkers Syndicate and the Swiss Film Academy
TAURUS WORLD STUNT AWARD
In 2012 he was nominated for the TAURUS WORLD STUNT AWARD in the category „Best Action in a Foreign Film“ for the 3D-horror movie „ONE WAY TRIP“.
Since 2015 he also collected 5 nominations for „Best Stunts“ from the German TV Academy (DAFF).
In 2017 he became a performing and lead rigging member of the dance company WangRamirez (Paris), touring the globe with their outstanding show BORDERLINE.
His APPLIED NEUROLOGY coaching is based on a unique combination of state of the art neurocentric training and rehab approaches.
From the New York University to the German Fencing Academy
Alister has collabrated with more than 250 screen and stage directors, trained and prepared more than 900 actors, dancers, singer and athletes and taught at institutions ranging from the New York University to the German Fencing Academy.