Biography

About Matt

Matt Nolan's most notable recent film credit included a role in the Oscar Winning Best Picture, Argo, directed by Ben Affleck.  Cast as “Peter Genco,” the role had good screen time, along with some snappy dialogue.  Since then, Nolan has been cast in a solid supporting role in Jersey Boys, directed by Clint Eastwood.

 

As a young man, Nolan moved from Buffalo, New York, to Portland, Oregon.  Matt's interest in acting was piqued when he saw his older brother, Ken, perform in a production of The Crucible.  After that, Matt jumped into drama classes and theater in both middle school and high school.

 

Matt Nolan's first professional role came at Artist Repertory Theater, when just 16 years old.  Matt was cast after training at PAC with Beth Harper (Portland Actors Conservatory).  The play was a hit within the Portland Theater Community. From there, Matt got an agent in the Northwest, Nannette Troutman at Troutman Talent, booking nearly a dozen commercials before graduating from Grant High School.

 

After a year in the drama program at the University of Oregon, Matt was offered representation in Los Angeles.  He took the chance.  Luckily, he landed his very first audition in LA, allowing him to join the Screen Actors Guild.  By the time Matt turned 21, he’d done numerous guest stars and recurring roles on primetime series, a pilot for NBC, and the beginning of a very fruitful voice-over career.

 

Matt Nolan has since continued to work steadily in TV, film, and voiceovers for the past two decades (please see resume below and click on the IMDB link).  In voiceovers, Matt has booked multiple national commercial campaigns, recurring roles on series with Disney and Nickelodeon.  But the hidden world of ADR (automated dialog replacement), Matt has become known as one of the best in the business for being able to voice-match Hollywood’s biggest movie stars.  Matt has lent his voice to nearly 30 films.

 

Matt is happy and proud to be an actor.  Thank you for visiting his website, and supporting his career.

 

2010 - present

2010 - present

FILM

JERSEY BOYS

                   Supporting

                    Clint Eastwood

ARGO

                   Peter Genco

                    Ben Affleck

STOLEN

                   Tessler

                    Simon West

CHRONICLE

                   Austin (Voice)

                    Josh Trank

GHOSTS OF MARS

                   Supporting  

                    John Carpenter

MOTHER

                   Supporting

                    Albert Brooks

BOYS LIFE

                   Lead

                    Robert King

TV

Grimm

ETXR

   Guest Star

   Web Series Guest Star

   NBC- Norberto Barba

   FOX Digital- Trevor Sands

2 Broke Girls  

   Guest Star  

   CBS- Ken Whittingham

Leverage

   Guest Star

   TNT- Marc Roskin

CSI: NY

   Guest Star

   CBS - Oz Scott

The Booth at the End  

   Web Series Regular

   Prod. Michael Eisner

24

   Guest Star (2 episodes)

   FOX - Milan Cheylov

Without a Trace

   Guest Star

   CBS - Jeannot Szwarc

Life

   Co-Star

   NBC - Dan Sackheim

Penguins

   Guest Star

   Nickelodeon - Sarah Noonan

Numb3rs

   Guest Star

   CBS - Colin Bucksey

Weeds

   Guest Star

   SHOWTIME - Paul Feig

American Dragon: Jake Long

   Series Regular

   DISNEY - Julie Morgavi

The Comeback  

   Guest Star

   HBO - Michael Lehman

Home of the Brave

   Guest Star

   WB-PILOT - Steve Miner

JAG

   Guest Star

   CBS - Ron Hardy

The District

   Guest Star

   CBS - Sarah Anderson

Step by Step

   Guest Star

   ABC- Richard Correll

The Lot

   Guest Star

   AMC - Guy Ferland

The Client

   Guest Star

   CBS - Helane Head

Roseanne

   Guest Star

   ABC - Gale Mancuso

My Family

   Series Regular

   NBC-PILOT - David Steinberg

Beverly Hills 90210

   Guest Star - Chuckie

   FOX - Brad Gross

Major Dad

   Recurring

   CBS - Micheal Lembeck

Sometimes They Come Back

 

   Lead

   

   CBS- Tom McLoughlin

 

 

Theater - (Over 30 Plays, List upon request) 
Voice-Overs (List upon request)

Disney Channel

                Series Reg/ Recurring

      2003-2007

Taco Bell & Samsung

                National TV Campaigns

      2009- present

Disney

                Prince Charming

      2003-Present

Nickelodeon 

                Recurring

      2008-2009

30 (plus) Movies

                ADR/Voicematch

      2006-Present