David Mazouz is an American actor.
Mazouz was born on February 19, 2001, in Los Angeles, California, to Rachel and Michael Mazouz. He has one sister named Rebecca and was born into a family of Sabbath-observing, Kosher-keeping, observant Jews of Sephardi descent. He began his acting career by starring in commercials with Kiefer Sutherland. At age eight, he starred in his first feature film, Coming & Going. Mazouz then landed a role in the FOX-produced TV series Touch as the mute, autistic child Jake. His costar was, again, Sutherland. Mazouz also starred in the films Sanitarium, The Games Maker, and Incarnate.
In 2014, Mazouz was cast in the role of the young Bruce Wayne in the Warner Bros.-produced series Gotham, which aired on the FOX channel. The role as the young Bruce Wayne became one of Mazouz's best-known roles. Mazouz's other TV credits include a boy in detention on Mike & Molly, James Spader's son on The Office, a troubled youth on Private Practice, a dying boy on Criminal Minds, Steve on Major Crimes, and Ryan Hatcher on Drop Dead Diva. His latest feature film credit is a role on The Darkness.
On Criminal Minds
- Gotham (2014-present) as Bruce Wayne/514A (66 episodes)
- Incarnate (2016) as Cameron
- The Darkness (2016) as Michael Taylor
- The Games Maker (2014) as Ivan Drago
- Drop Dead Diva (2014) as Ryan Hatcher
- Major Crimes (2013) as Steve
- Dear Dumb Diary (2013) as Hudson Rivers
- Touch (2012-2013) as Jake Bohm (26 episodes)
- Sanitarium (2013) as Steven (segment "Monsters are Real")
- Criminal Minds - The Bittersweet Science (2011) TV episode - Ryan Hall
- The Office (2011) as Bert California
- Coming & Going (2011) as Timmy
- Private Practice (2011) as Marshall Rakoff
- Mike & Molly (2010) as Randy
- Amish Grace (2010) as Andy Roberts
For an up-to-date filmography, see here.