|Who is it?||Actor, Producer, Writer|
|Birth Day||December 19, 20|
|Birth Place||Mesa, Arizona, United States|
Hunter Gomez, a renowned actor, producer, and writer hailing from the United States, is predicted to have an impressive net worth of $7 million by the year 2023. With his diverse talents and undeniable passion for the entertainment industry, Gomez has successfully carved a niche for himself. Having appeared in numerous notable projects over the years, his talent and dedication have earned him substantial financial success. A multi-talented individual, Gomez continues to captivate audiences with his performances onscreen, as well as his contributions behind the scenes as a producer and writer.
Gomez was born in Mesa, Arizona. He began his entertainment career in 2003 at age 12. He has worked with actors including Nicolas Cage, Jon Voight, Christopher Plummer, Jessica Simpson, Jennifer Love Hewitt, James Belushi, Robert Picardo, Seth MacFarlane, Jodie Sweetin, David Henrie and most recently Sam Heughan.
Gomez got his start playing the younger version of Nicolas Cage's character Benjamin Franklin Gates in the 2004 Disney film National Treasure. Playing the younger version of famous actors became a career staple for Gomez. He portrayed the younger versions of Justin Timberlake, Arnold Schwarzenegger Luke Wilson, Goose Gossage, and Hugh Harman in films and on television.
Hunter is the youngest of 6 children. His parents Ernesto Gomez and Linda Gomez were "Arizona Parents of the Year" in 2006 and in 2007. They were honored as "National Parents of the Year" by the National Parents' Day Coalition.
Gomez' recent films include Last Ounce of Courage, where he played the lead role as the grandson of a man grieving over his son's death. The movie was released in 2012. Gomez recently played Hugh Harman in Walt Before Mickey produced by Arthur L. Bernstein and Armando Gutierrez. In 2015, Hunter completed When the Starlight Ends"starring Sam Heughan.
For his 18th birthday, Gomez organized a soccer match called "The Children's Cup" that took place at the Scottsdale Sports Complex. All proceeds went to the charity HopeKids.