Gabriel made his feature film debut in Moonrise Kingdom (2012) as Skotak, directed by Wes Anderson, whom he worked with again on The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014). Other film credits include The Kitchen, Two Against Nature, A Little Game, No Letting Go, Little Boxes, and TV shows like Better Call Saul, Blue Bloods, SVU, Madame Secretary, and Gotham. Gabriel comes from a dance and theater background, and started tap dancing when he was 4 years old. He joined the Broadway cast of Billy Elliot in the role of Michael when he was eleven. Gabriel won the Young Entertainer Award in both 2017 and 2018. He is a student at NYU Tisch with a Major in Game Design and a Minor in Japanese. In 2019, he plays his biggest role yet on the big screen, starring as the unlucky Auggie in the 1968-set horror film Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019).
Horror, Mystery, Thriller