Levan "Leo" Gabriadze (Georgian: ლევან რევაზის ძე გაბრიაძე, Levan Revazis dze Gabriadze; Russian: Лева́н Рева́зович Габриа́дзе, Levan Revazovich Gabriadze; born 16 November 1969) is a Georgian-Russian actor and film director.
Gabriadze was born in Tbilisi, then part of the Soviet Georgia. His father, Revaz Gabriadze, is an actor, writer and director. By 12, Leo was already working in his father's productions.
At age 17 he was invited to star in one of the main roles of the film Kin-dza-dza!. He graduated from the workshop of Shota Rustaveli Theatre and Film University, specialized in acting and set decoration.
He served in the Soviet Army, Air Defense Forces with the rank of private, post of a fireman.
In 1990 he entered the University of California (UCLA) (Los Angeles) in the Faculty of Design and Animation. In 2000 he moved to Moscow, where he became the advertising director of the film company Bazelevs.
In 2010 he made his first feature film Lucky Trouble which won the audience award "Golden Taiga" in the festival "Spirit of Fire" in Khanty-Mansiysk in February 2011.
In the year 2014 he directed the horror film Unfriended.
- Zneli dasatskisi (1990, as Actor)
- Kin-dza-dza! (1986, as Gedevan Alexandrovich Alexidze - 'Fiddler')
- Pasport (1990)
- Lucky Trouble (Vykrutasy, 2011)
- Yolki 3 (2013, segment director, as Leo Gabriadze)
- Unfriended (2014)