How Old Is Gordon Cormier: Cast As Aang In Avatar: The Last Airbender 2024

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Gordon Cormier is a Canadian actor of Filipino descent. He will play Aang in Netflix’s upcoming live-action adaptation of Avatar: The Last Airbender. From a young age, Cormier has been acting. He began his career in commercials. In 2019, he made his television debut with the series Get Shorty, in which he portrayed a minor cameo.

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After starring in several films throughout the year, he was cast as Joe in Stephen King’s 2020 adaptation of The Stand, playing a recurring role. Taekwondo and skateboarding are two of Cormier’s favorite hobbies. He has 71K followers on his ‘gordoncormier_official‘ Instagram account, in January 2024.

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Who Is Gordon Cormier?

Gordon Cormier was born on October 9, 2009 in Canada. He is 14 years old, in 2024. His height and weight is not known. His hair color black while and has dark brown colored eyes. He posted a photo of his father on Instagram on June 21, 2020. He and Whoopi Goldberg both appeared in The Stand.

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Gordon Cormier Net Worth

Gordon Cormier’s acting career is his main source of income. His net worth is estimated to be $100k, as of 2024. He has appeared in several successful movies and television earning him critical acclaim. He constantly seeking out new and challenging roles.

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Gordon Cormier Cast As Aang

Gordon Cormier cast as Aang in Avatar: The Last Airbender 2024, a free-spirited and peaceful twelve-year-old airbender who was frozen in ice for a hundred years.

When he wakes up, all the other airbenders have been wiped out by the Fire Nation and he is sent on a quest to end the war and become the figurehead of balance and harmony for the world as the Avatar.

He cast alongside famous actors such as, Dallas Liu as Prince Zuko, Kiawentiio as Katara, Ian Ousley as Sokka and Paul Sun-Hyung Lee as General Iroh.


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