"Whenever I've done harm to myself physically, that's generally translated to great footage and a great story," Steve-O says.
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Jackass star Steve-O managed to break both of his legs – and sprain his wrist – in an ill-fated skateboard stunt. In the cringeworthy clip – filmed by professional skateboarder Tony Hawk in San Diego, California – the 42-year-old perches his board on a wooden box, and attempts to land as a speeding car smashes through the structure. On his first attempt, the daredevil misses the skateboard completely and then lands on his feet, but appears to suffer no serious injury as he preserves for a second crack at the trick, this time only half-landing on the skateboard.