Dana Hee (born as Dana Lynn Davidson on November 9, 1961 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana) is an American martial artist, stuntwoman, action film actress and model, who has also worked as sports color commentator, trainer, spokesperson, motivational speaker and master of ceremonies, as well as a rancher. She doubled as Kristanna Loken's T-X character, most notably for the tricky driving sequences.
She was a gold medalist at 1988 Summer Olympics in taekwondo (women's lightweight division). Hee turned to martial arts as a way to regain confidence after having been a victim of sexual and domestic abuse, almost committing suicide at the age of 20. She began training in Shotokan karate in 1980, before switching to taekwondo in 1984. Besides at the 1988 Summer Olympics, she won gold medals at the 1988 U.S. Olympic Team trials and finals, as well as in 21 national divisional tournaments from 1985 to 1987. She also won silver medals at the U.S. National Championships in 1986, 1987 and 1988, a bronze medal at the Universiade in 1986, four silver and one bronze medals in national divisional tournaments, and finished fifth in her division at the 1987 World Taekwondo Championships. Since 1989, she has also practiced many other styles for the films, including aikido, boxing, Capoeira, Jujutsu, kung fu and wrestling. In 2007, Hee was given the "Female Competitor of the Year Award" award and inducted into the Hall of Fame of the United States Taekwondo Grandmasters Society.
Hee's other film credits include: Batman Forever, Charlie's Angels, Gangs of New York, Independence Day, Lethal Weapon 4, Species, Mortal Kombat, Spider-Man 2, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines and Marvel's The Avengers. She has doubled other actresses like Cameron Diaz, Daryl Hannah, Geena Davis, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Garner, Nicole Kidman, Rene Russo, Sandra Bullock and Uma Thurman, among others.