Widely considered the father of modern vertical skateboarding, Hawk was the first person to land a stunt known as "the 900" (two and a half complete rotations in the air). Although he likely won't be remembered for his film or television résumé, Hawk has racked up a stack of cameos since his retirement at age 31 on shows such as "Sex and the City," "The Simpsons" and "CSI: Miami" and in movies including Jackass: The Movie (2002) and Lords of Dogtown (2005).
He also heads his own production company, 900 Films, which financed his directorial debut in the feature-length CGI film Boom Boom Sabotage (2006).
This insightful documentary examines the mid-life evolution of a generation of punk rockers, including Jim Lindberg, Art Alexakis and Flea, who must reconcile fatherhood and responsible family life with their status as legendary anti-authoritarians.
- Bones Brigade: An Autobiography
- Being Evel
- Tony Hawk's Gigantic Skatepark Tour 2000
- Sports Beyond Extreme: Vol 1
- Over the Edge: Boards X
- Stoked: The Rise and Fall of Gator
- Tony Hawk's Skatepark Tour 2002
- Inside X: ESPN's X Games IX
- The Shaun White Album
- X Games: Evolution of Skate
- Deck Dogz
- Rising Son: Christian Hosoi
- Jackass: Number Two
- Xtreme Skateboarding: Time Machine IV
- Tony Hawk: Boom Boom Sabotage
- Tony Hawk: Secret Skatepark Tour 2
- Gumball 3000
- The Beginning
- Life of Ryan: The Complete Series
- Waiting for Lightning