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Amazon’s The Last Tycoon: Conversation with Cast and Crew

Watch below a live streaming that just ended with the cast of The Last Tycoon at 92nd Street Y

Matt Visits Live with Kelly and Ryan

Hello, friends! Matt visited this morning the Live with Kelly and Ryan, to talk about The Last Tycoon, that’s starring this Friday!

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Watch the full interview below:

(Watch) Matt Bomer and Kelsey Grammer at the Monte Carlo TV Festival

Last month Matt and Kelsey attended the Monte Carlo TV Festival (you can see pictures here and here) and they presented the first episode also did a Q&A. You can watch the full video below:

TV Alert: Next Appearances

We’re just at 10 days away from The Last Tycoon premiere – it will premiere next July 28 on Amazon – and Matt will be making his rounds on TV shows to promote it. So, check your DVD-Rs:

Live with Kelly and Ryan – July 24
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon – July 25

This post will be updated, if more appearances are confirmed.

‘Walking Out’ Cast Interview for The Hollywood Reporter

Matt, Bill Pullman, Josh Wiggins, and directors Alex and Andrew Smith also sat with The Hollywood Reporter to chat about Walking Out yesterday (21) in Sundance. Watch the video below, and screen captures in our gallery.

Matt at “Lunch with Bruce”

Matt visited yesterday Lunch with Bruce, at SiriusMX radio. The program aired today, and he said he was celibate on college.

“It’s so sad. I wish I had that time back. Don’t be celibate in college, man,” he told Bruce Bozzi, laughing. “Well see, my freshman year I was still dating girls, so I had some sexual relationships going on there, but then I cut it off at a certain point. I was like, eh, now I’m going to focus on the craft, figure this out, not hurt anybody and get my s*** together, basically.”

Matt also discussed a more serious topic: realizing his truth as a gay man.

“I was working at the Utah Shakespeare Festival after my sophomore year of college, and we had a hair and makeup artist who was a transgender girl and did the entire company’s hair and makeup. Her name is Kennedy,” he said. “She did shows when she was very dolled up, but in her day-to-day life she lived very simply, and she was raised in a Mormon family, which was very conservative.”

Our friend Alejandra recorded the show, and you can listen it below:

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