Ladybeard is the bizarre and brutally cute cross dressing phenomenon that has shaken Hong Kong, Taiwan, Australia and now is making his way to Japan. Pro-wrestler, heavy metal vocalist, party rocker and 24 hour photo opportunity, Ladybeard 1st appeared in the rings of Hong Kong's pro-wrestling scene in 2009. Hong Kong audiences were delighted by the unique style of comedy presented by Ladybeard, at once a cutesy, cuddly and hairy cross dressing teddy bear, and a brutal and raging fighting machine.
After gaining popularity as a wrestler, Ladybeard expanded his performance repertoire to include music, in 2010 performing his first heavy metal show, reworking classic Cantonese pop songs into hyper-aggressive comical heavy metal scream alongs. Wearing his most beautiful dresses, Ladybeard massacred Hong Kong's favourite pop ballads in the most theatrical heavy metal performances Hong Kongers had ever witnessed, involving fights, puppets, circus performers, bikini clad dancers and more. Ladybeard began performing his pop/metal operas regularly around Hong Kong, and late in 2010 toured to Taiwan for the first time, where audiences received him with similar joy and fascination as those in Hong Kong.
It was however in November 2011 that Ladybeard fulfilled a career long goal and toured for the first time to Japan. Performing incredibly well received shows in Tokyo, Osaka and Okinawa, Ladybeard found a place he decided would become his new home. Since finishing his 2011 Japan tour Ladybeard has been intensely preparing to return to Japan, working hard to increase his skills in wrestling, singing and performing, even returning to his homeland of Australia so as to train with the best. Finally his patience has paid off, and Ladybeard is returning to Japan in September 2013.
The land of the Rising Sun had best brace itself. Something is coming the likes of which Japan has never experienced before!
Sing� Dance� DESTROY!!!
Anime Convention Guest Appearances
- Anime Friends 2018 - July 6-9, 2018 in São Paulo, SP, Brazil
- Madman Anime Festival (Melbourne) 2017 - November 4-5, 2017 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
- Anime Matsuri 2017 - April 7-9, 2017 in Houston, TX
- TNT Navidad 2016 - December 17-18, 2016 in Mexico City, Mexico
- Saboten Con 2016 - September 2-5, 2016 in Phoenix, AZ
- Animethon 2016 - August 5-7, 2016 in Edmonton, AB, Canada