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SUPERMAN: UNBOUND Role: Superman/Clark Kent Status: Completed On DVD/Blu-ray: 5/7/13
WINTER'S TALE Role: Peter Lake's Father Status: Filming In Theaters: N/A
SPACE STATION 76 Role: Ted Status: Post-Production In Theaters: N/A
THE NORMAL HEART Role: Felix Turner Status: Pre-Production In Theaters: N/A
WHITE COLLAR Role: Neal Caffrey Status: Filming Airing: Hiatus
Here is a three part video from “Guiding Light” in which Matt’s character, Ben Reade, kidnaps a girl. I think he did a really great job acting in it. This was his last episode and he appears at 1:30 in the first video clip.
Happy New Year everyone! This is my very first update for the year of 2010.
My online pal Ozbella scanned an article of Matt in the latest issue of Aussie TV Week.
On Fame It’s hard to talk about it without sounding obnoxious, but I do notice it when I walk down the street and people say things to me. Thankfully, it’s all been positive, although one person did start crying, which was uncomfortable and strange!
Thanks again Ozbella! I also transcribed the article and you can read it here.
PS: We finally get to watch new “White Collar” episodes in 18 more days. Yay!
Matt as “Kyle Rayner” in Green Lantern And The Justice League?
Matt Bomer as Kyle Rayner. I originally wanted Milo Ventimiglia for this role, but I decided Bomer would be better. He’s the same age as Reynolds (32) and is almost exactly like Kyle physically (he’s half an inch taller than Kyle, but facially looks remarkably similar to KR). Bomer has great charisma, and would make a great hero. His best work is a brief stint on Chuck, and the 2009 show White Collar. Since he looks just like Kyle, and makes a good hero, it makes sense to cast him as Mr. Rayner.
“Any character that you create is ultimately the product of your imagination and the writers’ imagination. So, they’re aspects of myself, but I wouldn’t say they’re all aspects of myself that I exercise in my daily life, they are just certain aspects of my imagination.”
With tousled brown hair and sparkling sea-green eyes, Bomer, 29, laughed about the early beginnings of his career. Unlike most actors, he said, he didn’t know from an early age that he wanted to go into acting.
“I just kind of found it on my own in middle school,” he said. “I started doing these tournaments where you presented monologues.”
During his senior year of high school in Spring, Texas, Bomer, the son of former Dallas Cowboy football player John Bomer, landed a part in Houston’s prestigious Alley Theater.
“I played sports in high school, so I quit the football team to take the part,” he said. “From there, I auditioned for colleges. I graduated with a bachelor in fine arts from Carnegie Mellon University with a major in acting and a minor in music. Then, I went to New York City, where I worked in theater.”