Conrade Gamble, a stuntman and occasional actor with recent credits in films including “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra,” “The Green Hornet” and “The Amazing Spider-Man” and TV series including “CSI,” died of natural causes on July 12 in Los Angeles. He was 45.

Gamble worked steadily as a stuntman in Hollywood since 2000, appearing on TV in series including “Crossing Jordan,” “The Shield,” “Fastlane,” “Alias” and “Lincoln Heights” and in movies including “Soul Plane,” “Spider-Man 2,” “XXX: State of the Union,” “Hostage,” “Rent,” “Evan Almighty” and “Meet the Spartans.”He was a stunt double for Ving Rhames on at least five projects, including “Mission: Impossible III,” a stunt double for Bernie Mac on “Guess Who” and an occasional stunt coordinator.

As an actor Gamble appeared on TV on series including “Alias,” “The Guardian,” “The Closer” and “CSI” and in films including 2010’s “Takers.”

He also served as a technical advisor for the CBS series “NCIS.”

Born in Chicago, Gamble attended Howard U. and received a B.S. in business administration from the U. of Phoenix. He served in the Marine Corps Reserves as a sergeant in the Gulf War.

He is survived by his mother and father, a sister and two daughters.