Matt Dillon Biography, Age, Wife, Kevin Dillon, Movies And TV Shows, Something About Mary And Singles

Matt Dillon Biography | Matt Dillon Bio | Matt Dillon Actor

Matthew Raymond Dillon best known as Matt Dillon is an American actor and also film director. He was born on February 18th, 1964 in New Rochelle, New York City.

He is the son of Mary Ellen and Paul Dillon. He is the second child in a family of 6 children. He grew up in a Catholic Family and grew up in Mamaroneck, New York.

Matt Dillon Age | Matt Dillon Birthday

He was born on February 18th, 1964 in New Rochelle, New York City. He is 54 years old as of 2018.

Matt Dillon Wife | Matt Dillon Married

Matt was in a relationship with Cameron Diaz in 1995 but the relationship only lasted for 3 years. They broke up in 1998. From 2014, he has been thought to be dating Roberta Mastromichele but it has not yet been confirmed by either of the parties involved.

Matt Dillon Kevin Dillon | Matt Dillon Brother | Matt Dillon Siblings

He has 4 brothers; Brian Dillon, Timothy Dillon, Paul Dillon and Kevin Dillon who is an actor best known for his performance in the HBO comedy, Entourage.

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Matt Dillon Children

He has no children.

Matt Dillon Height

He is 1.83 M tall.

Matt Dillon Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $ 40 million.

Matt Dillon Death

There were speculations that he was dead but he is still very much alive.

Matt Dillon Career

In 1978, Jane Bernstein and a companion were helping executive Jonathan Kaplan thrown the rough youngster dramatization Over the Edge when they discovered Dillon playing hooky at Hommocks Middle School in Larchmont. Dillon tried out for a job and made his presentation in the film. The film got a territorial, restricted showy discharge on May 1979, and earned just somewhat over $200,000.

Dillon’s presentation was generally welcomed, which prompted his throwing in two movies discharged the next year: the young sex satire Little Darlings, in which Kristy McNichol’s character loses her virginity to a kid from the camp over the lake, played by Dillon, and the more genuine adolescent dramedy My Bodyguard, where he played a secondary school menace inverse, Chris Makepeace. The movies, discharged in March and July 1980, individually, were film industry victories and raised Dillon’s profile among adolescent spectators.

Another of Dillon’s initial jobs was in the Jean Shepherd PBS unique The Great American Fourth of July and Other Disasters. The main accessible duplicates of this film are put away at UCLA, where a legitimate contest makes it inaccessible to the general population.

One of his next jobs was in Liar’s Moon, where he played Jack Duncan, a poor Texas kid frantically infatuated with a rich broker’s little girl. In the mid-1980s, Dillon additionally had unmistakable jobs in three adjustments of S. E. Hinton books: Tex (1982), The Outsiders (1983) and Rumble Fish (1983).

Each of the three movies was shot in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Hinton’s main residence. The Outsiders and Rumble Fish had Dillon working with Francis Ford Coppola and Diane Lane. He lined those up with The Flamingo Kid in 1984. He made his Broadway debut with the play The Boys of Winter in 1985.

Dillon did voiceover work in the 1987 narrative film Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam. In 1989, Dillon won basic praise for his exhibition as a medication someone who is addicted in Gus Van Sant’s Drugstore Cowboy.

Dillon kept on working in the mid-1990s with jobs in movies like Singles (1992). He had a resurgence when he played Nicole Kidman’s better half in To Die For (1995), just as featuring jobs in Wild Things (1998) and There’s Something About Mary (1998), for which he got an MTV Movie Award for Best Villain.

In 2002, he composed and coordinated the film City of Ghosts, featuring himself, James Caan and Gérard Depardieu. In 2005, he featured in Factotum, a film adjustment of personal work by Charles Bukowski. After two years he got basic commendation and earned Best Supporting Actor Golden Globe and Academy Award selections for his job in Crash, a movie co-composed and coordinated by Paul Haggis. In 2005, Dillon co-featured in Disney’s Herbie: Fully Loaded and on March 11, 2006, facilitated Saturday Night Live, in which he imitated Greg Anderson and Rod Serling in portrayals.

Dillon featured in the parody You, Me and Dupree, inverse Kate Hudson and Owen Wilson. The film opened on July 14, 2006. On September 29, 2006, Dillon was respected with the Premio Donostia prize in the San Sebastián International Film Festival.

Dillon contributed his voice as the storyteller, Sal Paradise, in a book recording adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s epic On the Road. In 2006, he described Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos.

Dillon showed up in a few music recordings during his vocation. He showed up as an investigator in Madonna’s Bad Girl music video which likewise stars Christopher Walken. Dillon showed up in 1987 in the music video for “Fantasy of New York” by the Irish people punk band The Pogues playing a cop who escorts lead artist Shane MacGowan into the “alcoholic tank”.

In 2007, the band Dinosaur Jr. contracted Dillon to coordinate the video for their single “Been There All The Time” from the collection Beyond. That year, he visitor featured on The Simpsons scene “12 PM Towboy”. From the get-go in 2015, he assumed the job of a Secret Service specialist in the FOX 10-scene arrangement Wayward Pines. In 2018, Dillon assumed the lead job in the Lars von Trier spine chiller The House That Jack Built.

Matt Dillon Movies And TV Shows

Matt Dillon Movies | Matt Dillon Films | Matt Dillon Movies List


  • Over the Edge
  • My Bodyguard
  • Little Darlings
  • Tex
  • Liar’s Moon
  • The Great American Fourth of July and Other Disasters
  • The Outsiders
  • Rumble Fish
  • The Flamingo Kid
  • Target
  • Rebel
  • Native Son
  • The Big Town
  • Kansas
  • Drugstore Cowboy
  • Bloodhounds of Broadway
  • A Kiss Before Dying
  • Fishing with John
  • Women & Men 2
  • Singles
  • The Saint of Fort Washington
  • Mr. Wonderful
  • Golden Gate
  • To Die For
  • Frankie Starlight
  • Grace of My Heart
  • Albino Alligator
  • Beautiful Girls
  • In & Out
  • There’s Something About Mary
  • Wild Things
  • One Night at McCool’s
  • Deuces Wild
  • City of Ghosts
  • Abby Singer
  • Employee of the Month
  • Crash
  • Loverboy
  • Factotum
  • Herbie: Fully Loaded
  • You, Me and Dupree
  • The Simpsons
  • Nothing But the Truth
  • Old Dogs
  • Armored
  • Takers
  • Modern Family
  • Girl Most Likely
  • Pawn Shop Chronicles
  • The Art of the Steal
  • Sunlight Jr.
  • Bad Country
  • Wayward Pines
  • Rock Dog
  • Going in Style
  • The House That Jack Built
  • Running for Grace
  • Head Full of Honey
  • Fonzo
  • Proxima

Matt Dillon TV Show | Matt Dillon Show

He has made appearances in the following TV shows;

  • Wayward Pines
  • Gunsmoke
  • Fishing with John
  • Biography (TV program)
  • Modern Family
  • Miradas 2

Matt Dillon The Outsiders

In 1983, he portrayed Dallas “Dally” Winston in this movie. A teen gang in rural Oklahoma, the Greasers are perpetually at odds with the Socials, a rival group. When Greasers Ponyboy (C. Thomas Howell) and Johnny (Ralph Macchio) get into a brawl that ends in the death of a Social member, the boys are forced to go into hiding.

Soon Ponyboy and Johnny, with the intense Dallas (Matt Dillon) and their other Greaser buddies, must contend with the consequences of their violent lives. While some Greasers try to achieve redemption, others meet tragic ends.

Initial release: 25 March 1983 (USA)
Director: Francis Ford Coppola
Featured song: Stay Gold
Production Company: American Zoetrope
Producers: Fred Roos, Gray Frederickson

Matt Dillon Something About Mary | Matt Dillon There’s Something About Mary

He played the character role of Patrick “Pat” Healy in this 1998 movie. Ted’s (Ben Stiller) dream prom date with Mary (Cameron Diaz) never happens due to an embarrassing injury at her home. Years later, Ted hires Pat Healy (Matt Dillon) to track down Mary so he can reconnect with her.

Pat lies to Ted about Mary and he finds out everything he can about her to trick her into dating him. Ted travels to meet Mary and has to weave through the web of lies that Pat and Mary’s friend Tucker (Lee Evans) have woven to try and win her over.

Initial release: 15 July 1998 (USA)
Directors: Peter Farrelly, Bobby Farrelly
Box office: 369.9 million USD
Screenplay: Peter Farrelly, Bobby Farrelly, Ed Decter, John J. Strauss
Producers: Charles B. Wessler, Bradley Thomas, Frank Beddor, Michael Steinberg

Matt Damon Zoo Movie | We Bought a Zoo

He played the role of Los Angeles journalist Benjamin Mee. Following his wife’s untimely death, Los Angeles journalist Benjamin Mee (Matt Damon) decides to make a fresh start by quitting his job and moving his children (Colin Ford, Maggie Elizabeth Jones) to an 18-acre property containing the Rosemoor Wildlife Park.

Though closed for years, Rosemoor is still home to many animals, cared for by Kelly Foster (Scarlett Johansson) and her small staff. Mee opens his heart and his checkbook as he, Kelly and the others work to renovate and reopen the zoo.

Initial release: 26 November 2011 (USA)
Director: Cameron Crowe
Featured song: Gathering Stories
Box office: 120.1 million USD
Screenplay: Cameron Crowe, Aline Brosh McKenna

Matt Dillon Singles

He portrayed Cliff Poncier in this movie. In Seattle during the era of grunge music, the lives and relationships of a group of young people, all living in the same apartment building, go through a period of flux.

Among them are a waitress and aspiring architect Janet (Bridget Fonda), who finds herself obsessed with bad-boy musician Cliff (Matt Dillon); Linda (Kyra Sedgwick), an emotionally fragile environmentalist on the look-out for love; and Steve (Campbell Scott), a quintessential nice guy who studies traffic patterns.

Initial release: 18 September 1992 (USA)
Director: Cameron Crowe
Screenplay: Cameron Crowe
Box office: 18.5 million USD
Producers: Cameron Crowe, Richard Hashimoto

Matt Dillon Crash

In 2004, he was Officer John Ryan in this movie. Writer-director Paul Haggis interweaves several connected stories about race, class, family, and gender in Los Angeles in the aftermath of 9/11. Characters include a district attorney (Brendan Fraser) and his casually prejudiced wife (Sandra Bullock), dating police detectives Graham (Don Cheadle) and Ria (Jennifer Esposito), a victimized Middle Eastern store owner and a wealthy African-American couple (Terrence Dashon Howard, Thandie Newton) humiliated by a racist traffic cop (Matt Dillon).

Initial release: 26 April 2005 (Beverly Hills)
Director: Paul Haggis
Featured song: In the Deep
Screenplay: Paul Haggis, Robert Moresco

Matt Dillon Little Darlings

He was Randy Adams in this 1998 movie. At a camp for the summer, two teenage girls from very different backgrounds face off in an unexpected contest. Streetwise Angel (Kristy McNichol) comes from a poor neighborhood, while naïve Ferris (Tatum O’Neal) has never wanted for anything.

Both girls are on the brink of womanhood and, due to some intense peer pressure, they agree to compete to see who can lose her virginity first. But their impressions of sex and love are challenged as they race toward adulthood.

Initial release: 21 March 1980 (USA)
Director: Ronald F. Maxwell
Box office: 36.33 million USD
Music composed by Charles Fox
Screenplay: Dalene Young, Kimi Peck

Matt Dillon Over The Edge

He was Ritchie White in 1979 in this movie. With only a recreation center to distract them, most of the teenagers in the drab planned community of New Granada have turned to drugs and delinquency. Carl (Michael Kramer), the son of a town councilman, is an exception, but he can’t seem to help to fall in with a charismatic and troubled classmate, Richie (Matt Dillon). Soon after, a trigger-happy sheriff (Harry Northrup) shoots Richie, and sole witness Carl has to go on the run, eventually inciting a dramatic teenage riot.

Initial release: 2 November 1979
Director: Jonathan Kaplan
Music composed by Sol Kaplan
Initial DVD release: 20 September 2005
Screenplay: Tim Hunter, Charles S. Haas

Matt Dillon In Modern Family | Matt Dillon Modern Family

He made an appearance in this TV series portraying Robbie Sullivan. Told from the perspective of an unseen documentary filmmaker, the series offers an honest, often-hilarious perspective of family life. Parents Phil and Claire yearn for an honest, open relationship with their three kids.

But a daughter who is trying to grow up too fast, another who is too smart for her own good, and a rambunctious young son make it challenging. Claire’s dad, Jay, and his Latina wife, Gloria, are raising two sons together, but people sometimes believe Jay to be Gloria’s father. Jay’s gay son, Mitchell, and his partner, Cameron, have adopted a little Asian girl, completing one big — straight, gay, multicultural, traditional — happy family.

First episode date: 23 September 2009
Production location: Los Angeles
Networks: American Broadcasting Company, USA Network

Matt Dillon Tex

He played the character role of Tex McCormick in this movie. Growing up on a farm with his elder brother, Mason (Jim Metzler), Tex McCormick (Matt Dillon) becomes troubled after his mother’s death and his father’s departure.

While Tex and Mason try to live on their own, their individual teen woes threaten their relatively independent existence out in the country. In the meantime, Tex falls for local girl Jamie Collins (Meg Tilly), the sister of his friend, Johnny (Emilio Estevez), and faces disapproval from their strict father, Cole (Ben Johnson).

Initial release: 30 July 1982
Director: Tim Hunter
Story by: S. E. Hinton
Box office: 7.4 million USD
Nominations: Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture

Matt Dillon Wild Things

In 1998, he played the character role of Sam Lombardo. When teen debutante Kelly (Denise Richards) fails to attract the attention of her hunky guidance counselor, Sam (Matt Dillon), she cries rape, igniting a scandal that results in his arrest.

Sam appeals to Ken (Bill Murray), a hack personal-injury lawyer who has never handled a case that couldn’t be helped by a prop neck brace. Soon, a second victim, Suzie (Neve Campbell), comes forward, and Detective Duquette (Kevin Bacon) discovers that the unfolding case is far from what it seems.

Initial release: 20 March 1998 (USA)
Director: John McNaughton
Screenplay: Stephen Peters
Box office: 56 million USD
Film series: Wild Things

Matt Dillon Cowboy | Matt Dillon Drugstore Cowboy

He played the character role of Bob Hughes in this movie. Bob Hughes (Matt Dillon) is the leader of a “family” of drug addicts consisting of his wife, Dianne (Kelly Lynch), and another couple who feed their habit by robbing drug stores as they travel across the country.

After a tragedy befalls a member of his group, Bob decides he must leave his dysfunctional clan and go straight. Parting ways with his junkie past proves more difficult than expected when Bob is stalked by an old acquaintance looking to score drugs at any price.

Initial release: October 1989 (USA)
Director: Gus Van Sant
Story by: James Fogle

Matt Dillon Employee Of The Month

He played as David Walsh in 2004. The perpetually unlucky David Walsh (Matt Dillon) thinks he finally has it made after landing his dream job at a bank and getting engaged to Sara (Christina Applegate), a seemingly perfect woman.

But in a single day, he’s let go at work and his fiancée breaks up with him. Livid, David decides to come back to the bank armed and confront his boss, but, as he does so, a heist takes place. David’s day somehow gets worse as the robbers draw him into their violent scheme.

Initial release: 17 January 2004
Director: Mitch Rouse
Initial DVD release: 4 January 2005
Screenplay: Mitch Rouse, Jay Leggett
Music composed by Doug DeAngelis, Kevin Haskins

Matt Dillon US Marshal | Matt Dillon Gunsmoke

Matt Dillon is a fictional character featured on both the radio and television versions of Gunsmoke. He serves as the U.S. Marshal of Dodge City, Kansas, who works to preserve law and order in the western frontier of the 1870s.

Played by: James Arness
Created by: Norman Macdonnell/John Meston
Occupation: United States Marshals Service
Creator: Norman Macdonnell
Books: Blood, bullets, and buckskin, Blizzard of lead, Gunsmoke, Dodge the Devil, The Day of the Gunfighter, The last dog soldier

Matt Dillon Wayward Pines

He was in 10 episodes of this TV series playing the role of Ethan Burke. When two federal agents go missing in Wayward Pines, Idaho, Secret Service Agent Ethan Burke – one of Seattle’s best agents – sets out to find them. One of the missing agents is Ethan’s former partner, Kate, with whom he had a relationship that almost destroyed his marriage.

After Ethan is involved in a car accident upon his arrival in the seemingly perfect town, he wakes up in the hospital without his wallet, ID or money, and he cannot find a working phone to contact anyone at home. When Ethan’s wife learns of his disappearance, she and their teenage son begin a search that leads to more questions.

First episode date: 14 May 2015
Production location: British Columbia
No. of episodes: 20 (list of episodes)
Network: Fox Broadcasting Company

Matt Dillon My Bodyguard

He portrayed Melvin Moody in this movie. Clifford Peache (Chris Makepeace) is a sensitive, well-to-do teen who becomes the target of bully Melvin Moody (Matt Dillon) after he starts attending a new school. Tired of being picked on, Clifford recruits brooding tough kid Ricky Linderman (Adam Baldwin) to be his bodyguard.

While this initially works, and Clifford and Linderman form an unlikely friendship, soon circumstances strain their bond. As Clifford is forced to confront Moody again, Linderman has to deal with his own troubled past.

Initial release: 26 September 1980 (USA)
Director: Tony Bill
Budget: 1.7 million USD (2010)
Music composed by Dave Grusin
Initial DVD release: 29 January 2002

Matt Dillon City Of Ghosts

Apart from being the writer and director, he also portrayed Jimmy Cramming in the movie. Waiting for the heat to cool from a failed U.S. insurance scam, Jimmy (Matt Dillon) grows restless in Bangkok. When he hears rumors that his partner and mentor Marvin has surfaced in Cambodia, he sets off to get his promised cut.

What he finds there is a mysterious and hostile environment where even the most polished criminal can end up on deadly ground. The further Jimmy gets in his search for Marvin, the deeper he plunges himself into a predicament from which he may not return.

Initial release: 3 January 2003 (Madrid)
Director: Matt Dillon
Initial DVD release: 6 August 2003 (Sweden)
Music composed by Tyler Bates
Screenplay: Matt Dillon, Barry Gifford

Matt Dillon Rumble Fish

He was Rusty James in this movie. Disaffected and restless, Rusty James (Matt Dillon) is spoiling for a fight. Abandoned by his mother and living with his alcoholic father (Dennis Hopper), he hangs out with his girlfriend, Patty (Diane Lane), and his similarly aimless friends Midget (Larry Fishburne), Smokey (Nicolas Cage) and B.J. Jackson (Christopher Penn). When his brother, the Motorcycle Boy (Mickey Rourke), returns to town, Rusty hopes to gain guidance and wisdom from someone most people think is crazy.

Initial release: 8 October 1983 (New York City)
Director: Francis Ford Coppola
Story by: S. E. Hinton
Box office: 2.494 million USD
Screenplay: Francis Ford Coppola, S. E. Hinton

Matt Dillon Awards And Nominations

  • Bodil Prisen for Best Male Actor
  • Saturn Award for Best Actor on Television
  • Special Tomislav Pinter Award
  • Cairo International Film Festival Special Award
  • San Sebastián International Film Festival Donostia Lifetime Achievement Award
  • SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture
  • SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role
  • Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actor
  • Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male
  • Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture
  • Empire Award for Best Actor
  • Chicago Film Critics Association Award Best Supporting Actor
  • Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Acting Ensemble
  • Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor
  • Black Reel Award for Best Ensemble
  • BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role
  • Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor
  • Phoenix Film Critics Society Award Best Cast
  • Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Best Cast
  • Satellite Award for Best Cast – Motion Picture
  • Hollywood Film Festival Ensemble of the Year
  • Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor
  • Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards Best Supporting Actor
  • Gotham Award Best Ensemble Cast
  • Gotham Tribute Award
  • Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actor
  • Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Supporting Actor – Comedy
  • Teen Choice Award Funniest Scene
  • MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss (shared with Denise Richards & Neve Campbell)
  • MTV Movie Award for Best Villain (tied with Stephen Dorff)
  • Independent Spirit Award for Best Male Lead
  • Young Artist Award Best Young Motion Picture Actor
  • Young Artist Award Best Young Actor in a Major Motion Picture

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