Born 05 May
Died 26 June 2006
Leonard had a varied and interesting career in ballet, films and writing. His CV is outlined below and links on this page are to photo galleries and web sites concerning his life and work.
Pinewood Studio - Borrowdale
Leonard died in the Avenues Clinic, Harare, Zimbabwe, Africa after a long fight with senial dementure and a chest infection. His family were with him to the end and he was nursed at home for as long as possible.
His CV below outlines his work with links to relivent pages and sites.
Arts Educational Schools, London - Royal Academy - Royal Ballet - British Film Institute - BBC.
Idzikowski, Sokolova, Kyasht, Danilova, Egorova, Espinosa, Kschessinskaya, Sergueff, Berisoff, Volkova.
Classical and Character Ballet, Mime, Drama, Music, Design, theatre History, Film and Television Production, Scripting, Make-up.
APPEARANCES - Leading roles
:Lydia Kyasht Ballets Russes - International Ballet - Metropolitan Ballet - Birmingham Civic Ballet (USA) - British/American Ballet (USA) - BBC TV - Anglia TV - WPTA TV (USA)
REVIVALS FOR THEATRE AND TV
CHOREOGRAPHY FOR OPERA
Shock - Script and , presentation as Dr Meridian - weekly TV series. USA - sponsored by Lincoln Mercury Cars - World Record Sales.
A Time for Larry - RBC TV - Weekly TV series - Script/Direction.
Script, Production and Direction for the Film MAKISHI - Venice Film festival Award
Brussels Film Award for the Film The Janus Story.
Ballet Master for Fred Astaire Studios - Miami, Florida, USA
Teaching, Lectures on Ballet, Film, TV - Britain and USA
Three year contract with Ministry of Overseas Development - Senior Film Advisor - Ghana Film Industry Corporation
Three year contract with Crown Agents - Film Scriptwriter/Director - Zambia Film Unit
Contract with C A F U - Scriptwriter/Director - Films
RADIO PLAYS PRODUCED - 60 and 90 minutes
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