Cheryl Wheeler was an American stunt woman, stunt double, and stunt driver. She had two daughters, and with her husband, Lindsey Duncan, owned Genesis Today, Inc., a nutritional supplement company in Austin, Texas, and a multi-level marketing offshoot called Genesis Pure. began studying Yoshukai Karate at fifteen years of age in Pensacola, Florida, with instructor Gerry Blanck. She began kickboxing when her instructor began training an amateur team, but her championship matches were considered professional, as she was paid for the work. Wheeler-Dixon also studied Judo, Aikido, and grappling and trained for a while with kickboxer and actor Don Wilson. She was a three-time WKA World Kickboxing Champion with a record of 17-1-1 and a 2nd degree black belt in Yoshukai Karate.

For Disney, she worked as a stuntwoman in Honey, I Blew Up the Kid, Run, V.I. Warshawski, Billy Bathgate, House of Cards, Ransom, Phantoms, and Big Trouble.

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