|Michael Lehr and Alexander Hashioka-Oatfield trade shots in the LBP short, THROWDOWN|
Thursday, February 13, 2014
"Are You Ready!?!" Watch The New LBP Test Fight Short, THROWDOWN!
I spoke to the two performers this week leading the way with Lehr, who recently appeared opposite actor and director John Wusah in their latest collaboration titled Valiant just last week. And it just so happens that while Lehr has been familiar with LBP's work for a long period of time, Throwdown is his first pairing with Manzanares and anyone from his team, which he describes best as an "eye-opening" experience. "Everytime I think I'm good at stunts and fighting, I work with aces like these guys and I get a good reminder of how much I can improve." he says. "...They were very friendly, very accommodating and patient." With several more projects Lehr will be involved in between now and this summer, Lehr expressed his humilty and hopes his next adventure with LBP won't be too far off, adding "I learned a lot from them, and for such a short shoot, they managed to make me look credible. I'm always trying to surround myself with people I think are better than myself, so hopefully they'll let me work with them again ASAP.".
Currently, Lehr is set to produce a few projects next month, in addition to a Fight Factor sci-fi short with stunt player and actress Katelyn Brooke, as well as playing the lead in an upcoming Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu-oriented webseries, and appearing in NBC's new medical drama, The Night Shift this fall. Meanwhile, TV viewers can expect to catch Hashioka-Oatfield in a few stunt appearances later this year, including the NBC series Chicago PD, with credits shared with a few more folks from LBP Stunts Chicago in director Neil Burger's Divergent, in thearers on March 21.
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