• Faith: Unknown
  • Career: Actor
  • Birthday:  January 16, 1986

Mason Gamble is a former actor who was born in Chicago in 1986. He started acting at six years old and soon had several roles to his credit. He played the title role of Dennis Mitchell in “Dennis the Menace,” a role in which he won over 20,000 children. This performance won him the Young Artist Award for Best Leading Young Actor. Once Gamble became a teenager, his acting career started to slow down. 2001 was a busy year for him, as he appeared in “The Rising Place” and several episodes of “Kate Brasher.”

In 2002, he was in “A Gentleman’s Game,” but didn’t act again for three years. He was in “The Trouble with Dee Dee” and an episode of “Close to Home” in 2005, and appeared in one episode of “CSI: Miami” in 2006. His final acting credit came in 2010 as the lead in “Golf in the Kingdom” as he decided to move on to a new phase of his life afterward. Gamble also appeared in “Rushmore,” “Groundhog Day,” “Gattaca,” and “Arlington Road,” among other films. Gamble attended the UCLA Dentistry Program and graduated in 2008.

However, Gamble decided to switch paths and study marine biology. As of 2016, he was a doctoral candidate in environmental science and engineering at the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at UCLA.

What religion is Mason Gamble?

It’s unclear what religion Mason Gamble believes in, as Gamble decided to step back from the spotlight and live a regular life. So even if Gamble isn’t in front of the camera, he’s doing his best to save the environment and solve the world’s environmental issues.

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