Javier Lezama takes a picture at the red carpet at LALIFF 2018 after the screening of one of his latest award winning films, "Fight To LIve."
Catch Javier Lezama in Telemundo during the World Cup as he plays a Peruvian Soccer fan in a Walmart Commercial. Javier says he did not have to act for this commercial, as he is a real Peruvian and a real soccer fan!
Watch Javier Lezama as he stars in the award winning film, "Fight To Live." Javier plays Hector, a troubled MMA fighter with a harsh past who reunites in the ring with an old time friend whom he has unfinished business with after doing time in prison.
You can now pick up a copy of award winning film "Detained In The Desert" at your local Wallmart. Javier Lezama plays Saul, an angry brother who seeks revenge for his brother's death due to a hate crime. Based on true events.
Trailer for award winning film where Javier Lezama plays an MMA fighter competing for a real purpose.
Watch Javier perform with the very talented and well known dance company "Paso De Oro!"
A Bachata crew at the famous Bicycle Club Casino in Los Angeles, CA.
Javier Lezama in short scene from comedic web series, "Chill."
'FIGHTING FOR HONOR WITH VETERAN JUAN RODRIGUEZ CHAVEZ'
Javier plays a Marine in this tribute to Juan Rodriguez Chavez.
Javier Lezama reads an emotional poem he wrote about his childhood in Peru at the Inner City Arts Eastside Poetry Night in Los Angeles, CA.
BUD LIGHT TV COMMERCIAL
'THE MEXICAN NATIONAL TEAM CAN: NUESTRA LATA'
Javier plays a guy hanging out with him friends outside.
Javier plays a marine swarming the building with a team of military men to take out a mysterious creature.
Javier Lezama acts in intense scene from film, "Detained In The Desert." A film about the different views on illegal immigration written by award winning writer, Josefina Lopez.
Javier Lezama stars alongside Meshach Taylor, Joe Angeles, Elena Campbell-Martinez, and Joshua Gutierrez in the new short film Silencio, directed by Chris Mammarelli.
In the film, a male teenager raised by a devout Catholic mother and an abusive father questions his manhood. Between being bullied and victimized by peer pressure, he struggles to make sense of the world around him. He crosses paths with a street gang and fails to resist them. Caught in the gang bangers’ grip, he is forced to commit an unimaginable crime, which leads to heartbreaking circumstances.
Sin Padre, a feature-length film about a 17 year-old Honduran (Javier Lezama) in search of his father, is set to debut at the San Francisco Latino Film Festival