David Mazouz on Touch

David Mazouz on Touch

This is David Mazouz. He plays Jake on Touch.
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Martin Is Suspicious

Martin Is Suspicious

Martin becomes suspicious of his mentor on the season premiere of Touch. "The Road Not Taken" is the first episode of the show's second season.
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Jake & Martin in California

Jake & Martin in California

Jake and Martin head to California in the the season finale of Touch. "Gyre" is the 11th episode of the show's first season.
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Martin & Jake Meet Catherine

Martin & Jake Meet Catherine

Martin decides to let Jake meet Catherine on Touch. "Tessellations" is the 10th episode of the show's first season.
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Martin Investigates Jake's Tablet

Martin Investigates Jake's Tablet

Martin is interested in Jake's new tablet on Touch. "Music of the Spheres" is the ninth episode of the show's first season.
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Clea & Martin At The Museum

Clea & Martin At The Museum

Clea and Martin witness something remarkable at the museum on Touch. "Zone of Exclusion" is the eighth episode of the show's first season.
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Held Up on Touch

Held Up on Touch

Easy now. Put down the gun! You're looking at a Touch photo from the episode "Lost and Found."
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Martin Tries To Connect With Jake

Martin Tries To Connect With Jake

Martin tries to make a connection with Jake on this episode of Touch. "Noosphere Rising" is the 6th episode of the show's 1st season.
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Jake finds Martin

Jake finds Martin

Jake tracks down Martin in this scene from Touch. It's courtesy of the episode "Entanglement."
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Remembering the Past

Remembering the Past

Kiefer Sutherland, as the character of Martin, reacts here to a memento from his past during a scene from Touch."
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Goodnight, Jake

Goodnight, Jake

Martin tucks his son in during this scene from the Touch episode "Safety in Numbers."
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Helping a Stranger

Helping a Stranger

Martin leans in and assists a pawn shop owner on the second episode of Fox's Touch.
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Touch Quotes

I'm not going up there. I'm scared of heights.

Martin

These patterns never lie but only some of us can see how the pieces fit together.

Jake