Lateef Crowder dos Santos

Lateef Crowder dos Santos
Born (1977-11-23) November 23, 1977
Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
Occupation Actor, stuntman, martial artist
Years active 2000–present

Lateef Crowder Dos Santos (born November 23, 1977) is a Brazilian-born American actor, stuntman, and martial artist. As a member of the ZeroGravity stunt team since 2000, he has been featured in multiple internet short videos and demo reels, such as Inmate 451. He's an experienced practitioner in the art of Capoeira. He started training in martial arts when he was 6 years old. [1]


Santos is best known for his appearance in Tom-Yum-Goong (known in North America as The Protector), using Capoeira in a fight scene with Tony Jaa. Due to an injury to his achilles tendon, the scene was cut short, but he has since recovered, and was featured in the martial arts feature, Duel of Legends,[2] released in 2007. Due to his Capoeira skills and resemblance to the character, Lateef Crowder played the role of Eddy Gordo in the Tekken feature film.[3] He has also featured in Undisputed 3 which stars Scott Adkins and Mykel Jenkins. Directed by Isaac Florentine and also stars in the Kevin Tancharoen directed short film Mortal Kombat: Rebirth.[4]


Year Movie Role Notes
2005 Tom-Yum-Goong Capoeira Fighter
2008 Yeah Sure Okay Yellow
Beyond the Ring Taekwondo student #1
Ninja Cheerleaders Karate Bully
2009 Never Surrender Marco
Red Velvet Maniac
Tekken Eddy Gordo
Once Fallen Santos Lobos
Duel of Legends Fighter
2010 Fading of the Cries Sylathus
The Book of Eli Highjacker #3 Stunts
Slums 13 Judge
Undisputed 3 Andrago Silva (The Brazilian Fighter)
Mortal Kombat: Rebirth Alan Zane/Baraka
2011 Supah Ninjas Bass (The Rhymer's Henchman) Episode: Pilot/Stunts
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Stunts, motion capture Video Game/Stunts
Sucker Punch Stunts Stunts
The Girl from the Naked Eye Maximillion, Stunts Stunts
Double Tap Stunts Stunts
2012 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 Santiago
2014 Falcon Rising Carlo Bororo

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