Tony McFarr, a stuntman who filled in for some of Hollywood’s greatest actors, including Chris Pratt, has died.

Donna, the daredevil performer’s mother, tells us he died on Monday at his home just outside Orlando — and while the family does not yet know the exact circumstances of his death, Donna does say it was unexpected and startling.

She claims Tony was active and healthy… and we’re told the medical examiner’s office is currently conducting toxicology tests. The Orange County Medical Examiner confirmed that they have the case, but that an official cause is still pending.

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Tony’s stunt career began in 2011 with an episode of the network television show “Bones”. He went on to conduct stunts in popular films such as “Homeland,” “Teen Wolf,” “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1,” “Furious 7,” “Captain America: Civil War,” “The Accountant,” and “Allegiant,” among many more.

McFarr formed a bond with Pratt over time, initially playing him in “Jurassic World” in 2015, then reprising the role in “Passengers,” “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” and “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,” where he suffered a severe fall.

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CPs have posted about Tony over the years, including yelling him out when ‘GotG 2’ wrapped, showing their affection for him. McFarr also doubled for Jon Hamm in the film “Tag.”

A post shared by Tony McFarr (@tonymcfarr)

Tony also demonstrated his acting abilities throughout the year, with credits on shows such as “Macgyver,” “Burn Notice,” and “One Tree Hill.”

In recent years, Tony appears to have shifted his attention to restaurant business, founding a few of eateries in Florida, including Reel Bowls, a poke and salad eatery with a cinematic motif near Orlando.

Tony is survived by his daughter, sister, mother, and father. We’ve been told that Tony’s family will gather in the coming weeks to celebrate his life. He will be buried near his grandma in Pennsylvania.

He was 47.