Mason was only active from 1998 to 2005 amassing 15 credits in that time span, his last role was in the feature film “Kicking & Screaming” at just the age of thirteen.
Lucero’s TV work after ER and the TV movie “Winchell” included guest roles on “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch” (1999), “Chicken Soup for the Soul” (1999), “Providence” (2000). In 2001 he played Young Aaron on the TV movie “Lost Voyage” and Adam Perlis on an episode of the series “Family Law.” His final TV role was on two episodes of the series “The Guardian” (2003) where he played Kenny Turk.
Mason’s feature film role started with a small role in “Mystery Men” (1999), “Whatever It Takes” (1999), and playing Who Boy in “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.” He landed a more substantial part playing Conner Rhodes in “I Am Sam” (2001), and Tommy for “The Sweetest Thing” (2002). Mason had a treat when he had the opportunity to share the screen with screen legend Clint Eastwood in the action/crime drama “Blood Work.” (2002) Three years later he made his final screen appearance in the Will Ferrell and Robert Duvall comedy “Kicking & Screaming.”
After Kicking & Screaming Mason Lucero at the age of 13 had no further credits, there is no indication of why and he simply could have quit like many before had also chosen, there is no information on him after he left acting in 2005.