Stunt men and women typically reach age 40 or 50 with years of accumulated injuries that make it increasingly hard to work -- so will their pension plan trustees lower the full retirement age? (Photo: Shutterstock)

The Screen Actors Guild Pension Plan is being urged to consider lowering the full retirement age for all members of SAG-AFTRA [Screen Actors GuildAmerican Federation of Television and Radio Artists] who work in physically demanding professions, such as stunt performers and dancers.

Stunt performers have been lobbying for such an action for decades, according to a Deadline report, without any luck.

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