Alonzo began working professionally as a stuntman in the mid-1990s, appearing in the episodes “Nash Bridges” and “Big Bad Beetleborgs”. Regarding cinema, he started his career with the film “Swordfish” and the film “The One” by Jet Li. Since then, he has appeared in dozens of popular Hollywood films including “Collateral Damage,” “The Scorpion King,” “Cradle 2 The Grave,” “”Spiderman 2,” “Mission: Impossible III,” “Star Trek” and too many more to list here. Most recently, he’s done stunts and/or fight choreography for “Once Upon a.” Time in… Hollywood” and “Ad Astra.” Kravitz was born in 1988, so Alonzo worked on shows like “Charmed” and “Roswell” as he taught her privately.
“For Zoë and me,” he said, “it was a little reunion for us. I actually gave Zoë private martial arts lessons when she was ten years old.”
Alonzo pointed out that, although he had worked with the actress many years before, coaching her in 2020 was particularly difficult. “Batman” was in the process of filming when the world was locked down because of Covid, requiring Alonzo to do most of his training remotely. However, he was still able to communicate what needed to be done and could even recall the exact martial art that Selina Kyle was trained in. Alonzo says:
“With the requirement of social distancing, we have implemented video training so that they can learn the technique and working posture. […] A lot of her styles are more evasive and consistent with stylistic usage, such as tai kwon do, capoeira, and hapkido.”