An American actor, model and martial artist Leo Howard first attracted serious critical attention with his performance using his karate skills 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 or as "Jack" on the Disney XD comedy series, Kickin' It. Notably, he was named as the youngest TV director ever by the Guinness World Records for his work on the episode "Fight at the Museum" in the fourth season of the Kickin' It TV series at age 16. He won Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film Young Ensemble Cast for his great performance in Shorts.
Leo Howard was born as the son of professional dog breeders Randye and Todd "The Big Bulldog" Howard. Howard showed a deep interest in martial arts at the age of three and attended a dojo in Oceanside, California when he was 4. He became the youngest member to perform with Mullins' Sideswipe Performance Team at 9. Howard made his television debut with a small guest-starring role on the USA Network series, Monk dressed as a "little karate kid" for Halloween.
Leo Howard is said to have a romantic relationship with Micayla Johnson in 2013. He is still single