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Matt Hall (XXXIX)

Matt Hall is an actor and producer, known for Unforgiven (2009), Ashes and The Royal (2003). See full bio »

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Known For

Unforgiven
Unforgiven Rufus Ingram
(2009)
Ashes
Ashes Producer
The Royal
The Royal Sam Myerson
(2009)
Heartbeat
Heartbeat Scott Mackay
(2009)

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  Humber City: The Rising Tide (TV Movie) (post-production)
Dr. Victor Taylor (as Matthew Hall)
 2016 The Choice Is Yours (Short)
Alex Taylor (as Matthew Hall)
 2012/IV Echo (Short)
Ash (as Matthew Hall)
 2009 Heartbeat (TV Series)
Scott Mackay
- A Whiter Shade of Pale (2009) ... Scott Mackay (as Matthew Hall)
 2009 The Royal (TV Series)
Sam Myerson
- Compromising Positions (2009) ... Sam Myerson (as Matthew Hall)
 2009 Unforgiven (TV Mini-Series)
Rufus Ingram
- Episode #1.2 (2009) ... Rufus Ingram (as Matthew Hall)
- Episode #1.1 (2009) ... Rufus Ingram (as Matthew Hall)
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 2004 The Polar Express (performer: "When Christmas Comes to Town")
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 2012/IV Echo (Short) (driver - as Matthew Hall)
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