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What Sinister’s Bughuul Looks Like In Real Life

Nicholas King has spent a good portion of his time on film sets, working stunts. Some of his credits working in that department include “The Green Hornet,” “Paranormal Activity 3,” and “The Babymakers.” In a conversation with Killer Kalyn about his background in stunts, he mentioned that his father worked in the field for decades and that he got his own start at a very young age. “I did my first stunt job when I was eight years old, and that was what I wanted to do. And then when I graduated high school, I went to trade school for power lines and graduated and they went on a hiring freeze, so then I started doing stunts again and I haven’t looked back.”

King has performed some impressive stunts, too. In the same interview, he talks about being inside a house when it was blown up while shooting “The Green Hornet.” Fortunately, he emerged relatively unscathed. But there was one scene playing Bughuul in “Sinister” that proved to be just as arduous.

Looper’s sister site, /Film, spoke with King about his role, including how he had to stay underwater for three hours to get the one shot of Bughuul in the pool. “They fed a breathing hose into the pool for me to stay underwater,” he explained. “Just before filming they would take it out and we stuffed a little one gallon in my sleeve so I could take a few last breaths before the shot started.”

King’s resume may not be long, but he’s a consummate professional. And as Bughuul, he’s earned a permanent place in the pantheon of horror villains who scare the hell out of audiences.

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