Matt Frewer Poster


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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 4 January 1958Washington, District of Columbia, USA
Height 6' 3" (1.91 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Born in Washington D.C. and raised in Canada, Frewer attended the same Peterborough, Ontario area high school as his PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal (1996) co-star Barclay Hope. He trained for the stage in England, spending several years in such varied UK productions as "The Glass Menagerie", "Bent" and "A Comedy of Errors". He has performed in dozens of feature films, TV movies and series. A committed environmentalist, Frewer is a spokesperson for the Rainforest Action Network. When not on location, he and his wife, Amanda Hillwood, and their daughter divide their time between Malibu, California and the Gatineau Hills of Quebec.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: myy2dollars@aol.com

Spouse (1)

Amanda Hillwood (10 November 1984 - present) (1 child)

Trivia (8)

Matt was the Quarterback on his high school football team in Canada.
He appeared as Max Headroom in the music video and on the song "Paranoimia" by The Art of Noise.
Trained at the famous Bristol Old Vic Drama School and graduated from the three-year acting course in 1980
His father was a hockey player who also served in the Army for 36 years.
Along with Amanda Pays and William Morgan Sheppard, he is one of only three actors to appear in both Max Headroom (1985) and Max Headroom (1987).
Appeared as an "elderly" version of Max Headroom in a PSA about the changeover from analog to digital TV for British television.
He has played the same character (Max Headroom) in four different series: The Max Headroom Show (1985), Max Headroom (1987), The Original Max Talking Headroom Show (1987) and Sesame Street (1969).
Has appeared in six films/mini-series based on the works of Stephen King (The Stand, Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace, Quicksilver Highway, Riding the Bullet, Desperation and Bag of Bones) - more than any other actor.

Personal Quotes (1)

I never wanted to be an actor as a kid. I wanted to play hockey, like every other kid in Canada. I had a pretty good shot at it until I was 15 and badly injured myself. Then, I was lined up to do this honors degree course in biology, of all things, for no better reason than I got high marks in it. I decided I didn't want to be removing worms' hearts for the rest of my life in Northern Ontario. I thought I would try acting. So, I went to England to study drama. I got Shakespeared out. I was sick of "thee" and "thou." You spend so much time talking like that you develop a lisp.

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