It’s What You Do…

If you want to save 15% or more on car insurance, you switch to GEICO. It’s what you do. In this series of commercials, GEICO shows you what else you do if …

… you’re a stuntman:

… you walk the walk:

… you taste something bad:

(Learn How to Cook Like a Raccoon)

… you want someone to leave you alone:

… you’re a parrot:

 

Watch behind-the-scenes videos of these and other great GEICO commercials.


Cast Credits

“Stuntman Cheats Death Again”:
Stuntman: Blake Gibbons
Race Coordinator: Elaine Kao
Taxi Driver: Pedro Lopez
Bus Passenger: Jodi Carol Harrison
Grim Reaper: Seth Hayes

“Cowboy Showdown”:
Sheriff: Chris Browning
Saloon Patron: Sonni Paisley
Outlaw: Tobias Jelinek
Gang #1: Brent Chase
Gang #2: Alvin Cowan

“Sleeping Beauty”:
Sleeping Beauty: Annika Noelle
Prince Charming: James Trevena-Brown

Voice-Over: Andrew Anthony

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  1. Richard S. says

    Even though it obviously wasn’t referring to the 2013 incident in Boston, just seeing the latest ad made me think of it and I do agree with others who think it should be pulled.

  2. Elaine says

    When I see your add with the race & death. Considering what happened in Boston I think this is in poor taste. No matter what the message is, all I see is a race & death. Who’s dumb idea was this ?

  3. Ruby Necklace says

    The marathon commercial is in very poor taste with just the infamous Boston Marathon a 4 short years ago. That was an act of sick cowards & their choices changed many people’s lives. To have a stuntman running a marathon to “cheat death” is a slap in the face of American society & their attempts to persevere through a time that altered history forever.
    How would you feel if you were near the doomed, egregious backpacks & had loved ones either permanently harmed or worse, died? You wouldn’t dare make a commercial making light of the horrible 9/11 attacks so why add insult to injury with a poor, unsympathetic commercial such as that one?!?
    I urge you to pull it. I believe I’ve explained myself enough regarding the shock, horror, & disrespect I felt as an American the day I saw the ad run on television. It should be pulled from both television AND your website.
    Have some empathy for the lives of our fellow Americans that were forever changed on that fateful day.