Matthew is best known as Jeremy in the critically acclaimed Netflix series "EastSiders”. He also starred as Joe, a charming serial killer in the cult classic feature “You’re Killing Me”, by Jim Hansen and Jeffery Self feature, now available on iTunes, Amazon and WolfeVideo.com. In 2013, he made his Sundance debut in James Franco's "Interior. Leather Bar". While living in Mexico, he starred in “Sobreamor” on Televisa, streaming on Blim. He has appeared in numerous commercials, most notably opposite Kim Kardashian in her latest Midori campaign.
Matthew grew up as a military brat in Okinawa and Sacramento. He was the neurotic kid in elementary school afraid of using public toilets, the class computer or participating in P.E. square-dancing. Quickly becoming the outcast after getting caught washing his desk during recess, he began to channel his O.C.D. into art. He sought an outlet and thus began dramatizing the most banal school subjects into short films; namely: the making of paper in Ancient Egypt, the geology of Yosemite and a disco-rendition of Excalibur. In his anal industriousness, he somehow also picked up how to draft architectural schematic drawings by the tender age of 11, which proved to haunt him for much of his life.
After surviving a high school career mired in participation in both musical theater and marching band, he went on to serve as an exchange student in Switzerland. There, he lived with a family and began soaking up foreign languages like a sponge. He became exposed to new ways of life that caused him to call into question most every suburban component that had shaped his being; like how to do the dishes by leaving the water faucet off and transferring the sudsy water from pot to pot (which appealed to his O.C.D.).
Critical of nearly everything, Matthew returned to study architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, where his parents accidentally enrolled him in a course in "Utopian and Communist Literature". He moved into a vegan, clothing-optional student cooperative with a pet Boa constrictor one year later and the rest is history.
Matthew then studied abroad at the Technical University in Berlin, where he wound up on a self-searching solo-mission to Ukraine and the Republic of Georgia for several months. He takes tumorous pride in being one of the first tourists to visit Chernobyl without a protective suit.
Despite the fact that his childhood O.C.D. has metamorphosed into a provocative acting career peppered with vitriolic outbursts on screen, Matthew claims to maintain a sunny disposition. He enjoys swimming, gardening and therapeutically flipping houses on the side, like a good Angeleno.