Leo Howard Biography
Leo Howard is an accomplished American actor, model, and martial artist known for seamlessly incorporating his karate skills into his feature film and television roles. He has played prominent roles such as “Young Snake-Eyes” in the 2009 action film G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, “Young Conan” in the 2011 fantasy film Conan the Barbarian, and “Jack” in the Disney XD comedy series Kickin’ It. Starting his acting career at age seven, Howard is recognized by Guinness World Records as the youngest-ever TV director for his work on the episode “Fight at the Museum” in the fourth season of Kickin’ It, achieved at the age of 16.
Ever since he was a child, Howard had a passion for Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris movies, being fascinated by their ability to blend martial arts into their acting performances.
In 2014, Howard directed an episode titled “Fight At The Museum” for the show Kickin’ It. Additionally, he played a prominent role in the film “Andròn – The Black Labyrinth,” alongside renowned actors Alec Baldwin and Danny Glover. Howard has also made guest appearances on other TV shows, such as Lab Rats: Bionic Island.