Jack Gore has already amassed a large resume at a young age. He made his feature film debut in Jim Mickle's We Are What We Are, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. On the small screen, he can currently be seen playing Damien Lewis and Malin Akerman's son Gordie Axelrod on Showtime's Billions. He played Young Horace on Horace and Pete, had a recurring role on Neil LaBute's Billy & Billie and guest starred on NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
More recently, Gore wrapped the lead role of Netflix's Rim of the World, directed by McG. Prior to that, he played the title character in the independent feature film Callahan, where he shares the screen with Oakes Fegley. He was last seen on the Amazon anthology series Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams, where he portrayed Charlie, opposite Greg Kinnear and Mireille Enos in the episode The Father Thing. This past winter, Gore played Kate Winslet's troubled son in Wonder Wheel and was heard voicing Young Valiente in the Fox animated feature Ferdinand. He will next be seen sharing the screen with Steve Coogan and Paul Rudd in Andrew Fleming's Ideal Home. The film reunites Gore with Fleming, who previously directed him in the title role of the NBC pilot Problem Child and episodes of NBC's The Michael J. Fox Show.
When not acting, he continues to work on perfecting his magic skills, improving his Rubik's Cube solve time and playing with his sister, Phoebe, and dogs Delilah and O'Malley.