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He was portrayed by newcomer Dylan Playfair.
Rise of The Isle of The Lost
Gil appears in the novel after being recruited by Uma and Harry as the third member in their gang and assist them in finding King Triton's trident. After Mal and her friends retrieve it, he along with Harry and Uma wait for their perfect time to take revenge.
Gil appears to be rather dim-witted, using his brawn more than his brains. He is rather cocky and arrogant just like his father and three older brothers. He is also very loyal to Uma and Harry and genuinely cares for their safety.
Gil is a very muscular teenaged boy with tan skin and long blonde hair. His face also has face paint on it. He wears an orange tank top and an orange, leather, sleeveless coat. He also wears ripped jeans, brown boots and a bandana on his head. He also wears a lot of bronze most notably on his belt buckle and on his sheath for his sword.
- He is Gaston's 4th son and the only one of his sons not to be named after his father.