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Matthew Bohrer is an actor in living in Los Angeles.
A San Diego native, Matthew first began acting when, at the age of five, he lip-synched to Groucho Marx's "Lydia the Tattooed Lady" in his school's talent show. While growing up in San Diego, Matthew immersed himself in the city's vibrant theater community, performing in multiple plays with the Playwrights Project at the Tony-winning Old Globe Theatre, serving as President of the La Jolla Playhouse Student Board, and winning several awards from San Diego Playbill. Throughout high school, he furthered his craft by studying at the Yale School of Drama and NYU's Tisch School of the Arts during summer vacations.
Matthew attended Harvard University for his BA, from which he graduated with a degree in English and Drama. At Harvard, Matthew studied at the American Repertory Theatre and performed with the Hasty Pudding Theatricals, where he helped roast celebrities like Anne Hathaway and Justin Timberlake. He also sang with the Krokodiloes, Harvard's oldest a cappella group, at Carnegie Hall and on a world tour.
After graduating from college, Matthew moved to LA, and landed his first major professional role on stage, appearing as Eddie in Center Theatre Group's production of "The Sunshine Boys" at the Ahmanson Theater, opposite Danny DeVito and Judd Hirsch. He later returned to Center Theatre Group, performing in the world premiere of the Pulitzer Prize finalist "Marjorie Prime," at the Mark Taper Forum. On screen, Matthew has recurred opposite Billy Bob Thornton in David E. Kelley's Amazon original drama series "Goliath" in addition to guest starring in two different roles on the award-winning Showtime drama, "Masters of Sex." Matthew has also appeared on shows like "Grey's Anatomy," "Scandal," "House of Lies," and "I Didn't Do It," in addition to recurring as lawyer "Henry Sullivan" on "General Hospital." Matthew can be seen in the upcoming seasons of "Modern Family" and "Grown-ish," and will return to "General Hospital."
When he isn't on set, Matthew can be found learning boxing and doing karaoke. He loves singing standards made famous by artists like Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Nat King Cole, and Chet Baker. He is an avid fan of the San Diego Padres and Los Angeles Chargers, though it gives him much grief. He lives in the Beachwood Canyon neighborhood of Los Angeles.
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