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** ''Series/TheMandalorian'' (2019 -- present) - Double - [[Characters/StarWarsTheMandalorianCharacterSheet The Mandalorian]]
** ''Series/TheBookOfBobaFett'' (2021-2022) - Stunt Performer

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* ''Franchise/StarWars''
** ''Series/TheMandalorian'' (2019 -- present)
''Franchise/StarWars'' - Double - [[Characters/StarWarsTheMandalorianCharacterSheet The Mandalorian]]
** ''Series/TheMandalorian'' (2019 -- present)
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''Series/TheBookOfBobaFett'' (2021-2022) - Stunt Performer
(2021-2022)[[note]]Also a stunt performer for unidentified characters[[/note]]


* ''Series/TheMandalorian'' (2019 -- present) - Double - [[Characters/StarWarsTheMandalorianCharacterSheet The Mandalorian]]

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* ''Franchise/StarWars''
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''Series/TheMandalorian'' (2019 -- present) - Double - [[Characters/StarWarsTheMandalorianCharacterSheet The Mandalorian]]
** ''Series/TheBookOfBobaFett'' (2021-2022) - Stunt Performer


* TeasingCreator: Occasionally posts Instagram stories of himself driving to and from Creator/{{Lucasfilm}}, but from late 2020 through early 2021, he didn't specify what exactly he had to do there. Followers could guess anything from rehearsing ''The Mandalorian'' Season 3, to filming an appearance in ''Series/TheBookOfBobaFett''; Crowder confused matters further when he decorated his stories with doodles of both Mando and Boba.


* TeasingCreator: Occasionally posts Instagram stories of himself driving to and from Creator/{{Lucasfilm}}, but from late 2020 through early 2021, he didn't specify what exactly he had to do there. Followers could guess anything from rehearsing ''The Mandalorian'' Season 3, to filming an appearance in ''The Book of Boba Fett''; Crowder confused matters further when he decorated his stories with doodles of both Mando and Boba.

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* TeasingCreator: Occasionally posts Instagram stories of himself driving to and from Creator/{{Lucasfilm}}, but from late 2020 through early 2021, he didn't specify what exactly he had to do there. Followers could guess anything from rehearsing ''The Mandalorian'' Season 3, to filming an appearance in ''The Book of Boba Fett''; ''Series/TheBookOfBobaFett''; Crowder confused matters further when he decorated his stories with doodles of both Mando and Boba.


* TeasingCreator: Posted Instagram stories of himself driving to and from Creator/{{Lucasfilm}} from late 2020 through early 2021, but didn't specify what exactly he had to do there. Followers could guess anything from rehearsing ''The Mandalorian'' Season 3, to filming an appearance in ''The Book of Boba Fett''; Crowder confused matters further when he decorated his stories with doodles of both Mando and Boba.

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* TeasingCreator: Posted Occasionally posts Instagram stories of himself driving to and from Creator/{{Lucasfilm}} Creator/{{Lucasfilm}}, but from late 2020 through early 2021, but he didn't specify what exactly he had to do there. Followers could guess anything from rehearsing ''The Mandalorian'' Season 3, to filming an appearance in ''The Book of Boba Fett''; Crowder confused matters further when he decorated his stories with doodles of both Mando and Boba.


In the ''Franchise/StarWars'' franchise, Crowder portrays the Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin during his most physically demanding stunts and fight scenes, substituting for his ''Film/KingsmanTheGoldenCircle'' trainee Creator/PedroPascal. Crowder earned a SAG Award when ''Series/TheMandalorian'' Season 2 won Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series, followed by an Emmy nomination for the then-new category of Outstanding Stunt Performance.

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In the ''Franchise/StarWars'' franchise, Crowder portrays the Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin during his most physically demanding stunts and fight scenes, substituting for his ''Film/KingsmanTheGoldenCircle'' trainee Creator/PedroPascal. Crowder earned a SAG Award when ''Series/TheMandalorian'' Season 2 won Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series, followed by an the first Emmy nomination for the then-new category of Outstanding Stunt Performance.


Lateef Crowder dos Santos (born November 23, 1977 in Salvador, Brazil) is a stuntman, martial artist, and actor based in California. Born in Salvador, Bahia in Brazil, he moved to San Jose, California, at the age of four. Growing up, he studied gymnastics and Capoeira, and joined the Zero Gravity Stunt Team. Lateef Crowder is largely notable for his work in portraying Capoeira in film. His first major film role was as a ''capoeiristra'' fighting Tony Jaa's character in ''Film/TomYumGoong'' (the choreography of which was abruptly reduced due to Crowder damaging his Achilles's tendon during filming), and he was a fan-favorite to play Eddy Gordo in the ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' [[Film/{{Tekken}} live-action film]], which he was ultimately cast in.

In the ''Franchise/StarWars'' franchise, Crowder portrays the Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin during his most physically demanding stunts and fight scenes, substituting for his ''Film/KingsmanTheGoldenCircle'' trainee Creator/PedroPascal. Crowder earned a SAG Award when ''Series/TheMandalorian'' Season 2 won Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series, followed by an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Stunt Performance.

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Lateef Crowder dos Santos (born November 23, 1977 in Salvador, Brazil) is a stuntman, martial artist, and actor based in California. Born in Salvador, Bahia in Brazil, he moved to San Jose, California, at the age of four. Growing up, he studied gymnastics and Capoeira, and joined the Zero Gravity Stunt Team. Lateef Crowder is largely notable for his work in portraying Capoeira in film. His first major film role was as a ''capoeiristra'' fighting Tony Jaa's character in ''Film/TomYumGoong'' (the ''Film/TomYumGoong'', the choreography of which was abruptly reduced due to Crowder damaging his Achilles's tendon during filming), and he was filming). He became a fan-favorite to play Eddy Gordo in the ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' [[Film/{{Tekken}} live-action film]], which he was ultimately cast in.

In the ''Franchise/StarWars'' franchise, Crowder portrays the Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin during his most physically demanding stunts and fight scenes, substituting for his ''Film/KingsmanTheGoldenCircle'' trainee Creator/PedroPascal. Crowder earned a SAG Award when ''Series/TheMandalorian'' Season 2 won Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series, followed by an Emmy nomination for the then-new category of Outstanding Stunt Performance.


Lateef Crowder dos Santos (born November 23, 1977 in Salvador, Brazil) is a stuntman, martial artist, and actor based in California. Born in Salvador, Bahia in Brazil, he moved to San Jose, California, at the age of four. Growing up, he studied gymnastics and Capoeira, and joined the Zero Gravity Stunt Team. Lateef Crowder is largely notable for his work in portraying Capoeira in film. His first major film role was as a ''capoeiristra'' fighting Tony Jaa's character in ''Film/TomYumGoong'' (the choreography of which was abruptly reduced due to Crowder damaging his Achilles's tendon during filming), and he was a fan-favorite to play Eddy Gordo in the ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' [[Film/{{Tekken}} live-action film]], which he was ultimately cast in. In the ''Franchise/StarWars'' franchise, Crowder portrays the Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin during his most physically demanding stunts and fight scenes (substituting for Crowder's ''Film/KingsmanTheGoldenCircle'' trainee Creator/PedroPascal), and earned a SAG Award when ''Series/TheMandalorian'' Season 2 won Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series.

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Lateef Crowder dos Santos (born November 23, 1977 in Salvador, Brazil) is a stuntman, martial artist, and actor based in California. Born in Salvador, Bahia in Brazil, he moved to San Jose, California, at the age of four. Growing up, he studied gymnastics and Capoeira, and joined the Zero Gravity Stunt Team. Lateef Crowder is largely notable for his work in portraying Capoeira in film. His first major film role was as a ''capoeiristra'' fighting Tony Jaa's character in ''Film/TomYumGoong'' (the choreography of which was abruptly reduced due to Crowder damaging his Achilles's tendon during filming), and he was a fan-favorite to play Eddy Gordo in the ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' [[Film/{{Tekken}} live-action film]], which he was ultimately cast in.

In the ''Franchise/StarWars'' franchise, Crowder portrays the Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin during his most physically demanding stunts and fight scenes (substituting scenes, substituting for Crowder's his ''Film/KingsmanTheGoldenCircle'' trainee Creator/PedroPascal), and Creator/PedroPascal. Crowder earned a SAG Award when ''Series/TheMandalorian'' Season 2 won Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series.
Series, followed by an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Stunt Performance.



* UsefulNotes/{{Capoeira}}: One of the foremost actors in the field for this style, he is pretty much the go-to guy for Capoeira in films, and incorporates it into his style even when it's not listed as the fighting style.



* UsefulNotes/{{Capoeira}}: One of the foremost actors in the field for this style, he is pretty much the go-to guy for Capoeira in films, and incorporates it into his style even when it's not listed as the fighting style.


Lateef Crowder dos Santos (born November 23, 1977 in Salvador, Brazil) is a stuntman, martial artist, and actor based in California. Born in Salvador, Bahia in Brazil, he moved to San Jose, California, at the age of four. Growing up, he studied gymnastics and Capoeira, and joined the Zero Gravity Stunt Team. Lateef Crowder is largely notable for his work in portraying Capoeira in film. His first major film role was as a ''capoeiristra'' fighting Tony Jaa's character in ''Film/TomYumGoong'' (the choreography of which was abruptly reduced due to Crowder damaging his Achilles's tendon during filming), and he was a fan-favorite to play Eddy Gordo in the ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' [[Film/{{Tekken}} live-action film]], which he was ultimately cast in. In the ''Franchise/StarWars'' franchise, Crowder depicts the Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin during his most physically demanding stunts and fight scenes (substituting for Crowder's ''Film/KingsmanTheGoldenCircle'' trainee Creator/PedroPascal), and earned a SAG Award when ''Series/TheMandalorian'' Season 2 won Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series.

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Lateef Crowder dos Santos (born November 23, 1977 in Salvador, Brazil) is a stuntman, martial artist, and actor based in California. Born in Salvador, Bahia in Brazil, he moved to San Jose, California, at the age of four. Growing up, he studied gymnastics and Capoeira, and joined the Zero Gravity Stunt Team. Lateef Crowder is largely notable for his work in portraying Capoeira in film. His first major film role was as a ''capoeiristra'' fighting Tony Jaa's character in ''Film/TomYumGoong'' (the choreography of which was abruptly reduced due to Crowder damaging his Achilles's tendon during filming), and he was a fan-favorite to play Eddy Gordo in the ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' [[Film/{{Tekken}} live-action film]], which he was ultimately cast in. In the ''Franchise/StarWars'' franchise, Crowder depicts portrays the Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin during his most physically demanding stunts and fight scenes (substituting for Crowder's ''Film/KingsmanTheGoldenCircle'' trainee Creator/PedroPascal), and earned a SAG Award when ''Series/TheMandalorian'' Season 2 won Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series.


Lateef Crowder dos Santos (born November 23, 1977 in Salvador, Brazil) is a stuntman, martial artist, and actor based in California. Born in Salvador, Bahia in Brazil, he moved to San Jose, California, at the age of four. Growing up, he studied gymnastics and Capoeira, and joined the Zero Gravity Stunt Team. Lateef Crowder is largely notable for his work in portraying Capoeira in film. His first major film role was as a ''capoeiristra'' fighting Tony Jaa's character in ''Film/TomYumGoong'' (the choreography of which was abruptly reduced due to Crowder damaging his Achilles's tendon during filming), and he was a fan-favorite to play Eddy Gordo in the ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' [[Film/{{Tekken}} live-action film]], which he was ultimately cast in. In ''Franchise/StarWars'', Crowder depicts the Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin during his most physically demanding stunts and fight scenes (substituting for Crowder's ''Film/KingsmanTheGoldenCircle'' trainee Creator/PedroPascal), and earned a SAG Award when ''Series/TheMandalorian'' Season 2 won Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series.

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Lateef Crowder dos Santos (born November 23, 1977 in Salvador, Brazil) is a stuntman, martial artist, and actor based in California. Born in Salvador, Bahia in Brazil, he moved to San Jose, California, at the age of four. Growing up, he studied gymnastics and Capoeira, and joined the Zero Gravity Stunt Team. Lateef Crowder is largely notable for his work in portraying Capoeira in film. His first major film role was as a ''capoeiristra'' fighting Tony Jaa's character in ''Film/TomYumGoong'' (the choreography of which was abruptly reduced due to Crowder damaging his Achilles's tendon during filming), and he was a fan-favorite to play Eddy Gordo in the ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' [[Film/{{Tekken}} live-action film]], which he was ultimately cast in. In ''Franchise/StarWars'', the ''Franchise/StarWars'' franchise, Crowder depicts the Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin during his most physically demanding stunts and fight scenes (substituting for Crowder's ''Film/KingsmanTheGoldenCircle'' trainee Creator/PedroPascal), and earned a SAG Award when ''Series/TheMandalorian'' Season 2 won Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series.


* TeasingCreator: Posted Instagram stories of himself driving to and from Creator/{{Lucasfilm}} from late 2020 through at least early 2021, but didn't specify what exactly he's had to do there. Followers can guess anything from rehearsing ''The Mandalorian'' Season 3, to filming an appearance in ''The Book of Boba Fett''; Crowder confused matters further when he started decorating his stories with doodles of both Mando and Boba.

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* TeasingCreator: Posted Instagram stories of himself driving to and from Creator/{{Lucasfilm}} from late 2020 through at least early 2021, but didn't specify what exactly he's he had to do there. Followers can could guess anything from rehearsing ''The Mandalorian'' Season 3, to filming an appearance in ''The Book of Boba Fett''; Crowder confused matters further when he started decorating decorated his stories with doodles of both Mando and Boba.


Lateef Crowder dos Santos (born November 23, 1977 in Salvador, Brazil) is a stuntman, martial artist, and actor based in California. Born in Salvador, Bahia in Brazil, he moved to San Jose, California, at the age of four. Growing up, he studied gymnastics and Capoeira, and joined the Zero Gravity Stunt Team. Lateef Crowder is largely notable for his work in portraying Capoeira in film. His first major film role was as a ''capoeiristra'' fighting Tony Jaa's character in ''Film/TomYumGoong'' (the choreography of which was abruptly reduced due to Crowder damaging his Achilles's tendon during filming), and he was a fan-favorite to play Eddy Gordo in the ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' [[Film/{{Tekken}} live-action film]], which he was ultimately cast in. In ''Franchise/StarWars'', Crowder depicts the Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin during his most physically demanding stunts and fight scenes (substituting for Crowder's ''Film/KingsmanTheGoldenCircle'' trainee Creator/PedroPascal), which would help ''Series/TheMandalorian'' Season 1 win an Emmy for Outstanding Stunt Coordination for a Drama Series, Limited Series or Movie.

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Lateef Crowder dos Santos (born November 23, 1977 in Salvador, Brazil) is a stuntman, martial artist, and actor based in California. Born in Salvador, Bahia in Brazil, he moved to San Jose, California, at the age of four. Growing up, he studied gymnastics and Capoeira, and joined the Zero Gravity Stunt Team. Lateef Crowder is largely notable for his work in portraying Capoeira in film. His first major film role was as a ''capoeiristra'' fighting Tony Jaa's character in ''Film/TomYumGoong'' (the choreography of which was abruptly reduced due to Crowder damaging his Achilles's tendon during filming), and he was a fan-favorite to play Eddy Gordo in the ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' [[Film/{{Tekken}} live-action film]], which he was ultimately cast in. In ''Franchise/StarWars'', Crowder depicts the Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin during his most physically demanding stunts and fight scenes (substituting for Crowder's ''Film/KingsmanTheGoldenCircle'' trainee Creator/PedroPascal), which would help and earned a SAG Award when ''Series/TheMandalorian'' Season 1 win an Emmy for 2 won Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Coordination for Ensemble in a Drama Series, Limited Series or Movie.
Television Series.


Lateef Crowder dos Santos (born November 23, 1977 in Salvador, Brazil) is a stuntman, martial artist, and actor based in California. Born in Salvador, Bahia in Brazil, he moved to San Jose, California, at the age of four. Growing up, he studied gymnastics and Capoeira, and joined the Zero Gravity Stunt Team. Lateef Crowder is largely notable for his work in portraying Capoeira in film. His first major film role was as a ''capoeiristra'' fighting Tony Jaa's character in ''Film/TomYumGoong'' (the choreography of which was abruptly reduced due to Crowder damaging his Achilles's tendon during filming), and he was a fan-favorite to play Eddy Gordo in the ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' [[Film/{{Tekken}} live-action film]], which he was ultimately cast in. In the first live-action ''Franchise/StarWars'' TV show, ''Series/TheMandalorian'', Crowder depicts the title character during the most physically demanding stunts and fight scenes (substituting for his ''Film/KingsmanTheGoldenCircle'' trainee Creator/PedroPascal), which would help Season 1 win an Emmy for Outstanding Stunt Coordination for a Drama Series, Limited Series or Movie.

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Lateef Crowder dos Santos (born November 23, 1977 in Salvador, Brazil) is a stuntman, martial artist, and actor based in California. Born in Salvador, Bahia in Brazil, he moved to San Jose, California, at the age of four. Growing up, he studied gymnastics and Capoeira, and joined the Zero Gravity Stunt Team. Lateef Crowder is largely notable for his work in portraying Capoeira in film. His first major film role was as a ''capoeiristra'' fighting Tony Jaa's character in ''Film/TomYumGoong'' (the choreography of which was abruptly reduced due to Crowder damaging his Achilles's tendon during filming), and he was a fan-favorite to play Eddy Gordo in the ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' [[Film/{{Tekken}} live-action film]], which he was ultimately cast in. In the first live-action ''Franchise/StarWars'' TV show, ''Series/TheMandalorian'', ''Franchise/StarWars'', Crowder depicts the title character Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin during the his most physically demanding stunts and fight scenes (substituting for his Crowder's ''Film/KingsmanTheGoldenCircle'' trainee Creator/PedroPascal), which would help ''Series/TheMandalorian'' Season 1 win an Emmy for Outstanding Stunt Coordination for a Drama Series, Limited Series or Movie.


Lateef Crowder dos Santos (born November 23, 1977 in Salvador, Brazil) is a stuntman, martial artist, and actor based in California. Born in Salvador, Bahia in Brazil, he moved to San Jose, California, at the age of four. Growing up, he studied gymnastics and Capoeira, and joined the Zero Gravity Stunt Team. Lateef Crowder is largely notable for his work in portraying Capoeira in film. His first major film role was as a ''capoeiristra'' fighting Tony Jaa's character in ''Tom Yum Goong'' (the choreography of which was abruptly reduced due to Crowder damaging his Achilles's tendon during filming), and he was a fan-favorite to play Eddy Gordo in the ''Tekken'' live-action film, which he was ultimately cast in. In the first live-action ''Franchise/StarWars'' TV show, ''Series/TheMandalorian'', Crowder substitutes for his ''Film/KingsmanTheGoldenCircle'' trainee Creator/PedroPascal during Mando's most physically demanding stunts and fight scenes, which would help Season 1 win an Emmy for Outstanding Stunt Coordination for a Drama Series, Limited Series or Movie.

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Lateef Crowder dos Santos (born November 23, 1977 in Salvador, Brazil) is a stuntman, martial artist, and actor based in California. Born in Salvador, Bahia in Brazil, he moved to San Jose, California, at the age of four. Growing up, he studied gymnastics and Capoeira, and joined the Zero Gravity Stunt Team. Lateef Crowder is largely notable for his work in portraying Capoeira in film. His first major film role was as a ''capoeiristra'' fighting Tony Jaa's character in ''Tom Yum Goong'' ''Film/TomYumGoong'' (the choreography of which was abruptly reduced due to Crowder damaging his Achilles's tendon during filming), and he was a fan-favorite to play Eddy Gordo in the ''Tekken'' ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' [[Film/{{Tekken}} live-action film, film]], which he was ultimately cast in. In the first live-action ''Franchise/StarWars'' TV show, ''Series/TheMandalorian'', Crowder substitutes depicts the title character during the most physically demanding stunts and fight scenes (substituting for his ''Film/KingsmanTheGoldenCircle'' trainee Creator/PedroPascal during Mando's most physically demanding stunts and fight scenes, Creator/PedroPascal), which would help Season 1 win an Emmy for Outstanding Stunt Coordination for a Drama Series, Limited Series or Movie.


* ''Series/TheMandalorian'' (2019) - Double - [[Characters/StarWarsTheMandalorianCharacterSheet The Mandalorian]]

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* ''Series/TheMandalorian'' (2019) (2019 -- present) - Double - [[Characters/StarWarsTheMandalorianCharacterSheet The Mandalorian]]

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