Gabriel Bateman Biography, Age, Family and Films

Gabriel Bateman Biography

Gabriel Bateman is an American child actor, born on September 10, 2005 in Turlock, California. Bateman is known for his role as Martin in the horror film Lights Out.

Gabriel Bateman Age

Bateman was born on September 10, 2005 in Turlock, California. As of 2018, Bateman is 13 years old.

Gabriel Bateman Parents/ Gabriel Bateman Family

Bateman is a son of Tim Bateman and Jonelle Bateman.Bateman is the youngest of eight children. Most of the Bateman siblings like creative art. Batman has four older brothers: Justin Bateman, Aleq Bateman, Noah Bateman and Judah Bateman and three older sisters: Hannah Bateman, Leah Bateman and Talitha Eliana Bateman.

Gabriel Bateman Tim Bateman

Gabriel is the youngest son to Tim Bateman

Is Gabriel Bateman Related To Jason Bateman?

No, their names are related but there is any relationship between them.

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Is Gabriel Bateman Related To Justin Bateman

Yes, Justin is the older brother to Gabriel.

Gabriel Bateman Career

Bateman is the brother of actress Talitha Bateman. In November 2014, he was cast in Robert Kirkman’s series Outcast. Bateman played a leading role, alongside Teresa Palmer, in the 2016 film Lights Out, produced by James Wan

He has starred in commercials for Staples, Frigidaire, Energizer EcoAdvanced Recycled Batteries, Iams, and the Cadillac CTS Sedan.

Bateman has appeared in two music videos (‘It’s a Job” and “A New Beginning”) for the album Wolfie’s Just Fine by Jon Lajoie.

Gabriel Bateman Filmography

Films

Year

Title

Role

2014

Annabelle

Robert

2015

Band of Robbers

Young Huck Finn

Checkmate

Christopher

2016

Lights Out

Martin

2018

Benji

Carter Hughes

Saint Judy

Alex Wood

2019

Robert the Bruce

Scot

Dogs Best Friend

Oliver

Child’s Play[7]

Andy Barclay

Playmobil: The Movie

Charlie

Television

Year

Title

Role

2014

Grey’s Anatomy

Jared Cole

2014

Petals on the Wind

Michael

2014–15

Stalker

Ethan Taylor

2015

Your Family or Mine

Jason Weston Jr.

2015

Wicked City

Cooper Flynn

2015

Code Black

Jason Riner

2016–18

Outcast

Joshua Austin

2016

American Gothic

Jack Hawthorne

2018

The Dangerous Book for Boys

Wyatt McKenna

TBA

Child’s Play: The TV Series

Andy Barclay

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Child’s Play remake teaser promises Buddi doll is ‘more than a toy’

Adopted From: ew.com
Published: February 04, 2019

It looks like horror fans will get their first proper look at the killer doll in the new Child’s Play remake this Friday. That news arrived courtesy of a just-released teaser which finds Animal House actor Tim Matheson playing the founder of a fictitious company.

“Hello, friends,” says Matheson in the teaser. “My name is Henry Kaslan, founder of the Kaslan corporation. At Kaslan, we take great pride in our unwavering focus on building revolutionary technology to create a positive impact. We set out to develop the greatest and most interactive toy on the market, but in doing so, we created something far more special. Every child is important to us, and every child deserves a companion, a friend, that will never let you down. It’s my great honor to introduce you to out most innovative product to date. Buddi. He’s more than a toy, he’s your best friend.”

The teaser concludes by announcing that the new product’s “global launch” will take place Feb. 8.

Directed by Lars Klevberg (Polaroid) and from a screenplay by Tyler Burton Smith based on the original 1988 movie, the new Child’s Play follows a mother who gives her son a toy doll for his birthday, unaware of its more sinister nature. The film stars Aubrey Plaza, Brian Tyree Henry, Gabriel Bateman, Beatrice Kitsos, Ty Consiglio, and Carlease Burke. Child’s Play is produced by David Katzenberg and Seth Grahame-Smith, who oversaw last year’s remake of It.

“I was just 12-year-old when the ’88 movie came out,” Grahame-Smith told EW last year. “It scared the hell out of me. I watched it again and again. It’s a special movie for me.”

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