Matt Bomer Bio, Age, Height, Simon Hall, Children, Net Worth, Salary, Superman, and Movies

Matt Bomer Biography

Matt Bomer ( born Matthew Staton Bomer ) is a famous American actor who is best known for the USA Network series ‘White Collar,’ where he played a crook named ‘Neal Caffrey.’ ‘Tru Calling,’ ‘Traveler,’ and ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ are among Bomer’s other television endeavors. Aside from that, the gifted actor has appeared in a variety of TV shows, like ‘All My Children,’ ‘Relic Hunter,’ ‘North Shore,’ and ‘Glee,’ to mention a few.

Matt Bomer Age

Matthew is 44 years old as of 2021. He was born on October 11, 1977, in Webster Groves, Missouri, U.S.

Matt Bomer Height

Bomer stands at a height of 5’11” (180 cm).

Matt Bomer Family

Staton Bomer was born in Webster Groves, Missouri, to Elizabeth Macy (née Staton) and John O’Neill Bomer IV. His father, a Dallas Cowboys draft pick. He has two siblings a sister, Megan Bomer, and a brother, Neill Bomer, who is an engineer. e is a distant cousin to American singer Justin Timberlake. Bomer’s family is of English, Welsh, Scottish, Irish, Swiss-German, and French descent.

Matt Bomer Wife | Married

Bomer married publicist Simon Halls in 2011, the two exchanged vows in a very small event in New York City. The two are proud parents to three children.

Matt Bomer Children

Bomer and Simon Hall have three children who have been conceived through surrogacy namely  Kit Halls (b. 2005), and then twin brothers, Walker and Henry Halls (b. 2008).

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Matt Bomer Salary

Matt has an estimated salary of $125 Thousand Per Episode.

Matt Bomer Net Worth

The American actor has an estimated net worth of $9 Million which he has earned through his successful career.

Matt Bomer Education

Bomer attended Klein High School and later Carnegie Mellon University and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2001.

Matt Bomer Superman

The actor plays Larry Trainor/Negative Man in HBO Max’s Doom Patrol, but he’s also lent his voice to some other DC heroes, notably Superman in Superman: Unbound and Barry Allen/The Flash in Justice Society: World War II. Superman is a fictional character and a superhero in the DC Extended Universe series of films, based on the character of the same name created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.

In the films, he is a refugee from the planet Krypton who lands on Earth, developing superhuman abilities and becoming one of Earth’s greatest protectors. Though humanity is at first divided in its response to his deeds, he ultimately inspires other metahumans and vigilantes to fight crime and defend the world.

Matt Bomer Tru Calling

He starred in the film portraying Luc Johnston. The show follows a twenty-two-year-old medical school student who takes a job at the city morgue when her internship falls through. When the corpse of a deceased woman seems to awaken and asks for her help, Tru discovers that she has the incredible power to relive that day in order to try to prevent that death. Over the course of the series, Tru struggles to keep her secret, juggle her responsibilities with her complicated personal life, and learn to control her power.

Matt Bomer Guiding Light

A contract role on the soap opera Guiding Light. He played Ben Reade, a character connected to several core families on the show. It follows a 19-year broadcast on radio between January 25, 1937, and June 29, 1956. With 72 years of radio and television runs, Guiding Light is the longest-running soap opera, ahead of General Hospital, and is the fourth-longest running program in all of broadcast history; only the American country music radio program Grand Ole Opry (first broadcast in 1925), the BBC religious program The Daily Service (1928), the CBS religious program Music and the Spoken Word (1929), and the Norwegian children’s radio program Lørdagsbarnetimen (1924–2010) have been on the air longer.

Matt Bomer Career

Matt Bomer’s first appearance on television was in an episode of ‘All My Children’ in the year 2000. Then he was cast in the daytime TV soap opera ‘Guiding Light,’ as ‘Ben Reade.’ From 2001 to 2003, he was a regular on the show. Following that, he was cast in the sitcom ‘Tru Calling,’ where he played the role of ‘Luc Johnston.’ ‘North Shore’ starred Bomer in 2004. He made his big-screen debut the following year with a role in the film ‘Flightplan.’ Then, in 2006, he starred in ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning,’ a sequel to ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.’ Bomer was cast in the television series ‘Traveler’ a year later. In 2007, he was offered a role in the television series ‘Chuck.’

He got the lead character of ‘Neal Caffrey’ in the drama ‘White Collar’ in 2009. ‘Magic Mike,’ ‘Superman: Unbound,’ ‘Winter’s Tale,’ ‘Space Station 76,’ ‘Hunted: The War Against Gays in Russia,’ ‘Glee,’ ‘The New Normal,’ ‘The Normal Heart,’ and ‘American Horror Story: Freak Show,’ were among Bomer’s TV and big-screen ventures from 2012 to 2014.’ In 2015, he starred in the television series ‘American Horror Story: Hotel.’

He starred in the film ‘Magic Mike XXL’ the same year. Bomer appeared in two episodes of ‘The Last Tycoon’ the following year. During this time, he also appeared in two films, ‘The Nice Guys’ and ‘The Magnificent Seven.’ The actor appeared in the film ‘Walking Out’ in 2017. He appeared in the romantic drama film ‘Anything’ the same year. He was cast in films including ‘Jonathan,’ ‘Papi Chulo,’ and ‘Viper Club’ the following year.

Matt Bomer Movies and TV Shows

1. The Nice Guys (2016)
2. The Magnificent Seven (2016)
3. In Time (2011)
4. The Boys in the Band (2020)
5. Flightplan (2005)
6. Winter’s Tale (2014)
7. Magic Mike (2012)
8. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning (2006)
9. Magic Mike XXL (2015)
10. Space Station 76 (2014)

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