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Leraldo Anzaldua is an actor, fight director, and motion capture performer for film and video games. He is also a voiceover actor for anime.

Leraldo's fight direction has been seen at the Houston Grand Opera (including works with director Rob Ashford, John Caird and American Premiere of The Passenger, which later went on to the Lincoln Center), and also the Alley Theatre—with Greg Boyd, Teresa Rebeck, and Ken Ludwig—Houston Shakespeare Festival, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, Classical Theatre Company, Stages Repertory Theatre to name a few.

As a motion capture performer. Leraldo has worked internationally with Sony Pictures and Sola Digital in Tokyo, Japan on Starship Troopers: Invasion and Appleseed: Alpha and just recently wrapped up another motion picture—to be released soon!

As a motion capture performer and action director, Leraldo worked in Uppsala and Stockholm, Sweden for the video games: the Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay; Just Cause and Knights of the Temple: Infernal Crusade.

Leraldo has voiced almost one hundred characters in anime – his most favorite are: Takashi Komuro in High School of the Dead; Yuta Togashi – Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions, Ken the Eagle / G-1 – Gatchaman; Toru Acura – Chaika Coffin Princess; Largo – One Piece; Art— Hamatora; Ralph— : Legends to name a few. He has also worked on script, and ADR director and assistant director on some titles. For a full list please visit

Leraldo has taught Movement, Stage Combat, Acting and Shakespeare at University of North Dakota, Rice University, University of Houston and Alabama Shakespeare Festival—University of Alabama.

He has been a resident guest teaching artist with the Houston Grand Opera Young Artist Vocal Academy, as well as the HGO Studio for young professionals. For a number of years, Leraldo worked with the Harris County Department of Education with the Cooperative for After School Enrichment program—working with high school students, of all areas, to build life skills, self-expression of different media, expressive motion, and communication skills. He has also worked with the Alley Theatre Young Conservatory Studio. With the Society of American Fight Directors, Leraldo has been assistant coordinator and teacher at the National Stage Combat Workshop at North Carolina School of the Arts.

Leraldo is a proud certified teacher with the Society of American Fight Directors. He is also part of the SAFD Diversity Committee.

"There is a beauty in exploring, building, expressing and collaborating with one another."