The goal of this study is to investigate the intelligence of non-verbal communication taking place between anthropomorphic agent and human when the agent works together with human. For this purpose, it seems necessary to build an anthropomorphic robot as a test bed and/or platform that can recognize and express nonverbal messages. As face and facial expression are very crucial for non-verbal communication channel, we have been developing a human-like face robot that can express facial expressions as similar as human face. The important factor of such face robot is reality of the face and facial expressions. While have used air cylinders with pressurized air for the Mark I face robot, we have decided to use a SMA (shape memory alloy) actuators driven by electricity. In this paper, we present the prototype of SMA-actuated new face robot and show its capability of producing 6 kinds of realistic facial expressions such as surprised, feared, angry, disgusted, sad and happy faces. The Kansei evaluation of these facial expressions shows a good expressiveness in the robotic facial expressions.