Laurence Mason, born in the Bronx of New York, made his break into the world of the arts at 10 years old. After being recruited by All Children's Theatre, Laurence landed countless roles in Broadway and off-Broadway musicals. By his early teens, Laurence's love for the arts flourished and he enrolled in the world-famous Performing Arts High School (Fame) in NYC. Attending high school with Jennifer Aniston, and later college with Parker Posey at State University of New York at Purchase, Laurence learned alongside some of today's most talented actors.
Post training, Laurence performed in a slew of productions at the Harlod Clurman Theatre and the Nuyerican Poets Café, including appearing in commercials, hip hop music videos, voice over work and even a stint on One Life to Live with rising star Ryan Phillippe. In his first feature film, True Romance (under Tony Scott), Laurence was a supporting actor to Gary Oldman and Sam Jackson. Soon after, he landed a role in The Crow with the late Brandon Lee and Hackers along with rising star, Angelina Jolie.
With his cult-film status secured, Laurence ventured to the west coast to establish a mainstream following with the likes of Micheal Mann, Steven Spielberg, Will Smith and Gene Hackman.
His recurring role on The Shield & Prison Break has given Laurence fans worldwide. Overall, Laurence admits working with the director Brad Furman and the heavyweight cast of Lincoln Lawyer has brought him the most pride.
Name: Laurence Mason
Known for: The Crow