Matt is currently in Monte Carlo Festival alongside fellow co-star Kelsey Grammer to promote The Last Tycoon. We updated our gallery with 100HQs, with more to come soon.
Matt Bomer attended last night the 2017 CFDA Fashion Awards. The annual awards ceremony held at the Hammerstein Ballroom on Monday (June 5) in New York City.
He attended to support the menswear designer of the year nominee Todd Snyder, and you can now find pictures added in our gallery.
Matt Bomer and his husband Simon Halls pose with their award while attending the Uplift Family Services at Hollygrove’s 2017 Norma Jean Gala on Thursday (May 18) at the W in Hollywood.
The couple was honored with the Ambassador of Children Award “because they, through deed and example, embody the values of the organization’s mission, share its passion to strengthen and support children in crisis, and advocate for those most in need.”
Earlier Matt posted on his Instagram:
Tonight is the night! Looking forward to celebrating the incredible services being provided by Hollygrove and Uplift family services, and all the wonderful counselors and volunteers helping at risk youth every day. You can still contribute- go to https://upliftfs.org/gala/ hope to see you there! #hollygrove #upliftfamilyservices #uplift #giveback
Check in our gallery more pictures (thanks to our friends of Brie Larson Brasil for the HUGE help!)
Matt and Simon was among the guests for Mr Porter ‘Made in California’ Launch Party in Los Angeles last night. Check in our gallery some pictures from the event.
Matt graced yesterday the premiere of Walking Out at SFilm festival, in San Francisco. We didn’t have much coverage (sadly), but I was able to find pictures, now added to the gallery.
Matt Bomer and husband Simon Halls are set to be honored at Hollygrove’s annual Norma Jean Gala when it takes place on May 18.
Bomer, 39, and Halls, 53, will both receive the Ambassador of Children award at the event, which raises funds for Uplift Family Services — a non-profit agency that provides help and hope to more than 1,200 at-risk children and their families in L.A. — and its behavioral and mental health programs.
We are so honored to be recognized by Uplift Family Services at Hollygrove in this way and are in awe of the work that they do to support children and families in need.
Our family is the centerpiece of our lives, and we understand firsthand how important it is to provide each and every child with the tools they need to succeed. We are thrilled to be involved with an organization that fights so fiercely for this cause, and are looking forward to a wonderful evening of celebrating their work.
According to the agency, the couple was selected to receive the honor because “they, through deed and example, embody the values of the organization’s mission, share its passion to strengthen and support children in crisis, and advocate for those most in need.”