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|Born||July 25, 2000|
|Known for||Spy Kids: All the Time in the World
Mason Cook (born July 25, 2000) is an American teen actor. He played Cecil Wilson in the 2011 film Spy Kids: All the Time in the World. He currently stars as Ray DiMeo in the ABC sitcom Speechless starring Minnie Driver.
Cook's most prominent film role is his portrayal (at age 11) of Cecil Wilson in Spy Kids: All the Time in the World, for which he was nominated for the Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film – Supporting Young Actor in 2011. He performed the minor recurring character Corey on the sitcom The Middle for several years. In 2016, he was cast as Ray DiMeo in ABC's Speechless.
Cook's father, Ted Elston, is his manager.
Filmography and Television
|2008||According to Jim||Concert Attendee||Episode: "Chaperone"|
|2009||Grey's Anatomy||Casey||Episode: "New History"|
|2009–2013||The Middle||Corey||Brick Heck's friend, 20 episodes|
|2010||Raising Hope||8-year-old Jimmy Chance|
|2011||The Indestructible Jimmy Brown||Eddie Baxter|
|2011||Spy Kids: All the Time in the World||Cecil Wilson|
|2011||Criminal Minds||Bobby Smith||Episode: "From Childhood's Hour"|
|2011||Victorious||Harry (uncredited)||Episode: "The Diddly-Bops"|
|2012||Treasure Buddies||Pete Howard|
|2012||The Cleveland Show||Mexican Boy||Episode: "There Goes El Neighborhood"|
|2012||Mockingbird Lane||Eddie Munster|
|2013||The Incredible Burt Wonderstone||Young Burt|
|2013||The Lone Ranger||Will|
|2014||Legends||Aiden Odum||Recurring character; 7 episodes|
|2014||R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour||Bo||Episode: "Grandpa's Glasses"|
|2015||If There Be Thorns||Bart Sheffield||TV movie|
|2015||Steven Universe||Young Lars||Episode: "Horror Club"|
|2015||Grimm||Peter||Episode: "Lost Boys"|
|2016||Speechless||Ray DiMeo||Main Role|
- Triplett, Gene (2011-08-17). "Young Oklahoma City actor Mason Cook stars in latest 'Spy Kids' movie". The Oklahoman. Retrieved 2015-08-11.
- "33rd Annual Young Artist Awards". Youngartistawards.org. 2012-05-06. Retrieved 2014-03-25.
- "Lifetime Greenlights Third 'Flowers in the Attic' Movie, Sets New Stars". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 6 July 2015.
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