Leo Howard is now a popular face who is an American actor. He is also a famous face in the world of martial arts. He came into limelight after playing the role of Young Snake-Eyes in the 2009 action film GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra. In this film, he showed his extraordinary skill of karate. Leo also portrayed CeCe’s rival Logan on “Shake It Up” in the third season.
Leo Howard’s Early Life and Education
Leo was born on 13 July 1997. He was born in Newport Beach, California. His parents are Randy Howard and Todd “The Big Bulldog” Howard. Leo’s parents are quite a popular face because they are professional dog breeders. They also operate The Big Bulldog Ranch, where they specialize in breeding English and French Bulldogs.
Leo did his early studies at Tri-City Christian Schools, which is located in Vista, California. Leo Howard spent most of his childhood in a small town called Fallbrook in northern San Diego County. After this he started his full acting career.
Leo Howard’s Career
Leo became interested in martial arts from a young age. Once in his interview, Leo admitted that from the age of four his interest in martial arts began to grow. He then began studying martial arts and his parents enrolled him in a dojo in Oceanside, California. After a year, his parents enrolled him in another dojo that specialized in the Okinawan discipline of Shorin-ry.
At the age of seven, he started his martial arts routine as well as gymnastics. Later, Leo began to train under the guidance of martial arts world champion Matt Mullins. It became the youngest student under Mullins. Leo was so amazing in the field of martial arts that at the age of eight he became a three-time world champion. He holds two black belts in Shorin-ryu’s field.
When Leo was nine years old, he became the youngest member of Mullins’ Sideswipe performance team. The team was a traveling martial arts-based group. They entertain audiences across the country with a variety of martial arts, dance and acrobatics.
Since Leo was very fond of martial arts since childhood, he was a big fan of Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris films. He became a fan of her acting skills which were infused with martial arts. At a martial arts tournament, Leo was first spotted by some who are completely convinced that Leo could be the one for their acting industry. So they took Leo with them to the acting agent.
Thereafter, he started his career as a model for print advertisements and then as an actor in various advertisements. In the year 2005, he was cast with a small guest appearance in the USA Network series, Monk, where he was dressed as a “little karate kid” for Halloween. He was shown with one of his lines “Maybe he’s afraid of karate”. He later continued to work with the Sideswipe performance team until 2009.
In 2009, Leo began interviewing celebrities as “Leo Little”, the host of a short-form Disney Channel talk show series called Leo Little’s Big Show. He has also appeared in the feature film “Aussie and Ted” as “Eric Brooks”. That same year, Leo came into the limelight for his martial arts skills when he played “Young Snake-Eyes”, performing all of his stunts in an action scene for the Paramount action-adventure film GI Joe: The. Rise of the Cobra.
In addition, in August 2009, she was featured in the family comedy film “Shorts”, which earned her the award for “Best Young Ensemble”. In the same year, he had a role as “Hart Hamlin” on the Disney XD series, “Zeke and Luthor”. In the year 2010, he played the lead character Logan Hoffman in the independent feature film “Logan”.
In August 2010, Leo starred as “Young Conan”, again performing all his own stunts in the sword and sorcery film, “Conan the Barbarian”. In June 2010, he starred as Jack. “Jack” was a teenage karate expert who befriends a group of high school misfits on the Disney comedy series, “Kickin’ It”. The show became the number 1 show on Disney XD.
In 2014, Howard played the main role in the film Andron – The Black Labyrinth. He was also seen as a guest star on “Lab Rats: Bionic Island”. In March 2016, he directed
An episode of “The Gamer’s Guide to Pretty Much Everything”. In 2019, Leo appeared in a recurring role in Why Women Kill as “Tommy”, an eighteen-year-old butler.
Leo Howard’s Family and Background
Leo was very close to his parents Randy Howard and Todd Howard. He is a great animal lover. Singh is also interested in veterinary medicine. In addition to martial arts and acting, Leo enjoys playing the guitar, cooking, and collecting ancient weapons.
Leo Howard has been in a relationship with Mikayla Johnson since 2013. But they are separated. Later, Leo started dating Madeleine White in 2016. Now they are in a close relationship.
Leo is beautiful blonde at 5 feet 11 inches (181 cm) tall. He weighed around 77 kg (170 lb).
Chest: 44 inches
Waist: 32 inches
Biceps: 15.5 inches
His hair color is dark brown and he has brown eyes.
According to the report, Leo Howard’s net worth is estimated to be around $1 million dollars.
|profession||actor and martial artist|
|Date of birth||13 July 1997|
|birth place||newport beach, california, usa|
|height||5 feet 11 inches|
|family||father: todd howard
Mother: Randy Howard
|Relationship Status||in relation|
|education||Tri-City Christian School in Vista, California|
|Educational Qualifications||not known|
|net worth||USD 1 million (approx)|
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