SANTA MONICA — Imperial native and stuntwoman Shauna Duggins took home two Taurus statuettes Sunday at the first World Stunt Awards at the Santa Monica Barker Hangar.
Duggins won for her stunt work in the feature film "Charlie's Angels," which starred Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu and Cameron Diaz.
Duggins was a stunt double for Diaz and actress Kelly Lynch.
Several celebrities attended the event, including actors Nicholas Cage, Michael Keaton, Sandra Bullock, Denise Richards and director James Cameron.
Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, director John Woo and stuntman/director Hal Needham were all honored with Taurus honorary awards for their contributions to the stunt community.
Members of the World Stunt Academy, made up of professional stunt performers, nominated stunt performers and directors for 11 awards, including such categories as "Best Driving," "Best Fight," and "Best Work with an Animal."