About Matt Bomer
Matt Bomer is an American actor/producer best known for his performance in films like “Flightplan,” “Superman: Unbound,” “Magic Mike,” “Magic Mike XXL” and “Walking Out.” He made his TV debut in 2002 via the show called “All My Children.” He has been active in the industry since 1995 and has received many prestigious awards, including Primetime Emmy Awards and Golden Globe Awards. He came into prominence and the attention of a wider audience with his role in “Chuck.”
|Full Name||Matthew Staton Bomer|
|Date of Birth||October 11, 1977|
|Birth Place||Webster Groves, Missouri, U.S.|
|parent(s)||Elizabeth Macey and John O'Neill Bomer IV|
|Spouse(s)||Simon Halls (m. 2011)|
|Net Worth||US $14 Million|
Matt Boner’s full name is Matthew Staton Bomer. He was born to parents Elizabeth Macey and John O’Neill Bomer IV in Webster Groves on October 11, 1977. His father played for the Dallas Cowboys from 1972 to 1974. Matt has two siblings, a brother named Neill Bomer and a sister named Megan Bomer. He grew up in Spring.
He completed his high school education from Klein High School. He played football for the school’s team before he shifted his focus towards acting. He made his stage debut when he was seventeen. After high school, Matt Bomer went to Carnegie Mellon University. In 2001, he graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.
After graduating from high school, Matt Bomer moved to New York. He started working in theater. Matt got his first TV role in New York City. He played the role of Ian Kipling in the TV show “All My Children” in 2000. After two years, in 2002, he appeared in an episode of “Relic Hunter” as a driver agent. From 2002 to 2003, he acted in the role of Ben Reade in 6 attacks of “Guiding Light.” He played the role of Luc Johnston in the supernatural drama titled “Try Calling” from 2003 to 2004. In 2005, he played the role of Chase in the television film titled “Amy Coyne.”
He appeared as Jay Burchell in 8 episodes of “Traveler” in 2007. The same year, he played the role of Bryce Larkin in “Chuck.” He portrayed the position for seven episodes till 2009. “White Collar” was the breakthrough in his career. With it, he gained much critical acclaim and praise from the audience. In it, Matt played the role of Neal Caffrey. He also produced 19 episodes for the show and acted in 81 episodes. In 2012, Matt played Jeff Zarrillo in the TV film “8”. The same year he appeared in an episode of “Glee” as Cooper Anderson.
The following year, he had a minor role as Monty in an episode of the TV series “The New Normal.” In the 2014 television drama film titled “The Normal Heart,” he played the role of Felix Turner. He played Andy in an episode of “American Horror Story: Freak Show” in 2014 and appeared as Donovan in 9 episodes of “American Horror Story: Hotel” from 2015 to 2016.
From 2016 to 2017, he appeared as Monroe Stahr in 9 episodes of the TV series titled “The Last Tycoon.” He directed the episode named “Creator/Destroyer” of “The Assassination for Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” in 2018. He appeared in six episodes of “Will & Grace” as the character McCoy Whitman from 2018 to 2020. In 2018 he voiced Negative Man in an episode of “Titan.” In 2019, he reprised this role in “Doom Patrol” for 24 episodes. He played the role of Jamie Burns in “The Sinner” in 2020.
In 2003, Matt Bomer acted in the role of John McGavovk Grider in the documentary film titled “War Birds: Diary of an Unknown Aviator.” The following year he appeared in a flight attendant named Eric in the movie “Flightplan.” It grossed US$ 223.3 million and is the most lucrative film Matt has done to date. In 2006, he played the role of Eric Hill in the slasher film titled “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning.” In 2011, he played the role of Henry Hamilton, a 105 years old man in the film “In Time.” He starred as Ken in the comedy-drama titled “Magic Mike” in 2012. He voiced Superman in 2013’s “Superman: Unbound.”
In 2014, he appeared in two films: “Winter’s Tale” and “Space Station 76”. Following the success of “Magic Mike,” “Magic Mike XXL” was released in 2015 in which he reprised his role as Ken. In 2016, he acted as John-Boy in “The Nice Guys” and as Matthew Cullen in “The Magnificent Seven.” In the 2017 survival drama titled “Walking Out,” he starred as Cal. In 2017, he portrayed the role of Freda Von Rothenburg for the film “Anything.” In 2018, his work appeared in three films, namely, “Jonathan,” “Papi Chulo,” and “Viper Club.” He is to appear as Donald in the LGBT drama titled “The Boys in the Band.”
Matt Bomer and Simon Halls got married in 2011. They made the marriage public in 2014. Furthermore, They have three children, namely, Kit Halls, Walker Halls, and Henry Halls. Here, Walker and Henry are twins. Matt is an LGBT activist and came out as gay in 2012.
Height, Weight, and Age
Matt Bomer stands 1.82 meters tall and weighs approximately 80 kg.
As of September 2020, he is 42 years old.
As of September 2020, Matt Bomer has 945k followers on Instagram, 571.1k followers on Twitter and 267.8k followers on Facebook.
Matt Bomer earns most of his money from acting in films and TV series. From these roles, he has amassed an estimated net worth of US$ 14 million as of September 2020.