Gotham’s David Mazouz & Sean Pertwee – Toronto ComiCon 2017 Panel


David Mazouz and Sean Pertwee, stars of Fox hit TV show Gotham and other programs and movies, discuss their careers with a room of fans at the Toronto ComiCon 2017.

Recorded by The Convention Junkies.

Sean Pertwee (born 4 June 1964) is an English actor and voice actor. Pertwee attended Teddington School and Sunbury College. Pertwee has played Captain Fitzpatrick in the play Tom Jones, Sergeant Wells in Dog Soldiers, Pilot Smith in Event Horizon, Inspector Lestrade in CBS’s Elementary and Alfred Pennyworth in Fox’s Gotham. He is also the narrator of MasterChef: The Professionals. He is also the son the Doctor Who actor Jon Pertwee.

David Mazouz (/dəˈviːd məˈzuːz/;[1] born February 19, 2001)[2][3] is an American actor. An early role of his was that of the young autistic Jacob “Jake” Bohm in the TV series Touch. He currently portrays a young Bruce Wayne in Fox’s TV series Gotham, based on the DC Comics alter ego of the superhero Batman.