Laurence Mason is an American actor of stage, film and television.
A first-generation American whose parents were originally from Trinidad, Mason graduated from New York City's High School of Performing Arts. His film credits include Hackers, Parallel Sons, Joey Breaker, True Romance, New York Cop and Ali. He appeared in The Crow as the character Tin Tin, and as Mickey Haller's driver Earl in The Lincoln Lawyer.
Mason may be best-known for his 2005 portrayal of Halpern White on the FX original series The Shield. Mason had a recurring role on Prison Break as a prisoner named Sammy. He played the role of Andre in Burn Notice episode, "Unpaid Debts". He also made numerous appearances on HBO's now defunct sketch comedy show Hardcore TV in the skit "RastaPiece Theater" as RastaMan, who does a Rasta-styled Masterpiece Theatre.