Vic Armstrong is the most prolific stuntman in Hollywood history — he’s even in the Guinness Book of World Records.

For decades, he has stood in for actors in some of the most iconic roles in film history, including Indiana Jones, Superman and James Bond.

In his new autobiography, “The True Adventures of the World’s Greatest Stuntman,” Vic is sharing his stories from the sets of some of the most beloved films of all time. Steven Spielberg even wrote the introduction for the book, and it features contributions from his friends and colleagues, including Harrison Ford, Martin Scorsese and Angelina Jolie.

The Oscar-winning director and stunt coordinator tells us about some of his favorite roles and how technical changes like CGI have changed filmmaking.

Plus, find out why he thinks CGI and other new advances are a lot like morphine.

Vic also tells us why the film business is such a family affair. Wait until you hear about his wife’s own storied history in blockbuster Hollywood films.