Do you remember the cute M.J. Delfino from 'Desperate Housewives'? The character was played by Mason Cotton, a promising young actor who has since built a modest career in the acting world. Now 21 years old, here’s a glimpse into Mason’s journey from Wisteria Lane to his current endeavors.
Mason Vale Cotton captured the hearts of viewers with his portrayal of M.J. Delfino, the son of Susan Mayer and Mike Delfino in 'Desperate Housewives' from 2008 to 2012. His innocent charm made a lasting impression, paving the way for further opportunities in acting.
Post 'Desperate Housewives', Mason continued to charm audiences in the acclaimed AMC drama series 'Mad Men' from 2012 to 2015, where he played Bobby Draper. His performance garnered him a nomination at the 2016 Screen Actors Guild Awards, a testimony to his growing acting prowess.
His voice brought the character Arnold to life in the 2017 TV movie 'Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie', and he also played Max in the film 'Russell Madness' (2015) and its 2020 series spinoff 'Russell Maniac'.
On the educational front, Mason has balanced academics with his acting career by attending Claremont McKenna College.
When it comes to his personal life, Mason is quite private. His current relationship status remains undisclosed, and he does not have any children.
Although Mason's acting journey began at a tender age, he continues to act and develop his career. Most recently, he appeared in a single episode of the TV series 'Party Down' in 2023, where he played the role of Todd Meuse.
You can view a very recent photo of Mason Cotton in the photo on Instagram below. He is the guy in the white shirt to the left. If the embed doesn't show, please follow the link instead.