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Matthew Davis Biography

Matthew Davis (Matthew W. Davis) Professionally known as Matt Davis. He is an American actor well known for his role in Legally Blonde as Warner Huntington III, and as ‘Adam Hillman’ on the ABC comedy-drama.

Matthew Davis Age

Matthew W. Davis was born
May 8, 1978, in Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S. He is years 40 old as of 2018

Matthew Davis Family

Davis was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. He belongs to North American ethnicity. There is no clear information regarding his family but from an interview, he lamented that. He was raised up by his parents in a friendly and entertaining environment as his father also encouraged him to secure his career in the acting field

Matthew Davis Girlfriend

Davis is married to actress Kiley Casciano since December 24, 2018.

He once dated, 2013 Miss Georgia USA Brittany Sharp in 2010 and got engaged in 2016, they then separated later

He was also in a relationship with Leelee Sobieski in 2008 and later parted ways.

Matthew Davis Height

  • Height 6′ 1¼” (1.86 m)

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Matthew Davis Career

In 2001 Davis co-starred with Reese Witherspoon and Selma Blair in the comedy Legally Blonde, as Warner Huntington III, who breaks up with Elle Woods (Witherspoon). His notable film credits include Blue Crush (2002) with Kate Bosworth and Michelle Rodriguez, Tigerland (2000) with Colin Farrell and BloodRayne (2005) with Kristanna Loken.

Davis played a major role in The CW fantasy drama The Vampire Diaries, as Alaric Saltzman since 2009 and also starred in the short-lived CW mystery and horror drama Cult, as Jeff Sefton that same year. he had a recurring role in the CBS police drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation from 2013 to 2014 in the 14th season, as swing shift CSI Sean Yeager. He appeared in the sixth episode titled “Passed Pawns”, the eighth episode titled “Helpless”, and the 13th episode titled “Boston Brakes”. He, later on, returned to the hit The CW show The Vampire Diaries as Alaric Saltzman once again as a series regular. Davis is currently starring in The CW series Legacies, a spin-off of The Originals, where he reprises his role as Alaric Saltzman.

Matthew Davis Net Worth

His estimated net worth is $2 Million.

Matthew Davis Movies And Tv Shows







Private Jim Paxton

Urban Legends: Final Cut

Travis Stark / Trevor Stark


Pearl Harbor


Legally Blonde

Warner Huntington III


Lone Star State of Mind


Blue Crush

Matt Tollman




Something Better



Seeing Other People


Shadow of Fear

Harrison French




Into the Sun

Sean Mack






Bottoms Up

Johnny Cocktail


Wasting Away



Finding Bliss

Jeff Drake

S. Darko

Pastor John Wayne


Waiting for Forever








Alaric Saltzman


The Originals

Alaric Saltzman


CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

Sean Yeager



Jeff Sefton


The Vampire Diaries

Alaric Saltzman



Josh Reston




In Plain Sight

Lewis Fowler


Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Pearson Junior “PJ” Bartlett


What About Brian

Adam Hillman


Matthew Davis Vampire Diaries

He also featured in The Vampire Diaries, an American supernatural drama television series and played the role of Alaric Saltzman

Matthew Davis Legally Blonde

The Ameerican actor featured in the film Legally Blonde and played the role of Warner Huntington III whom in the film breaks up with Elle Woods (Witherspoon).

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Matthew Davis Interview

Published: Jul 23, 2018


When did you first decide that you were destined to become a singer?

I remember there was a moment in Kindergarten, or Pre-K, something really young. They asked what everyone wanted to be and I remember putting down that I wanted to be a singer. There was a guitar teacher at the school and I started taking some guitar lessons with her. I would sing with the guitar. I just remembered that I always loved singing.

Do you write your own music?

I do, I write all of it.

What inspires your music, for example, the songs on the EP?

I’m very inspired by different situations that happened to me either positive or negative. When I was 12 I learned to song write. It’s been kind of like my little journal. My whole life has really just been my songs. You can really get to know me through my songs because I’m always writing. It’s almost like a healing process with my songwriting. So the songs on this album, I wanted them to be kind of uplifting, getting rid of negative things in the healthiest way. Actually, the first song on the album is called, “Life”. It’s really about just going and having fun, taking some time for yourself. Go outside and not think of your problems. Just let it go and see the future in a positive way.

Where would you like your music to take you in say five years?

I’d love to be a really successful singer and songwriter, performing at huge venues, having a big fan base, being number 1 on the charts…

Will you be playing anywhere in New York in the near future?

Yeah, I actually have a show at “Hell Song” in Brooklyn on November 8. It’s this little cafe during the day and then it turns into this cool club scene. There’s a stage. It’s a cool environment. I played a few open mics there and then they asked me to do a feature show.

So do you live in Brooklyn?

I do. I really love it. There’s such a cool vibe. All the artists are around here. New York is very inspirational. That’s why I left LA because I came here to visit a friend, and I fell in love with the city. It was the most inspiring trip I’ve ever had. So I had to move here.

When you’re not doing music, what do you like to do?

I really like to go and hang out with friends, kind of not think about work. I like to go out and kind of drink, and dance.

Do you have a favorite bar in New York to hang out in?

I really like the ones in the West Village. Do you know the ones with the piano bars? The Duplex, that’s my favorite because it’s so fun. My friends, we’ll go and just sing ….I know that’s still singing, but you’re drunk and you’re having fun.

If you could have an ultimate stage fantasy, what would you want it to be?

I definitely want it to be really big, and a lot of energy. Kind of a mix of Bruno Mars and Beyoncé energy. Not the femininity of Beyoncé but her aggressive performances. I think that is really amazing. So I would have maybe a band, and then some dancing, lights, a lot of really interesting aesthetic, visual videos. Just a lot of energy. Then I have like a few times where I just sit down with the guitar or piano, or just alone on the mic singing a great ballad. It would complete the circle.

If you could say anything to your fans, fans-to-be, or followers, what would you say to them?

Follow your dreams, and believe in yourself because that will take you further than anyone believing in you.

Do you have a hero, a musical hero?

Michael Jackson. When I was younger, he was the one. I think I want something like that and The Beatles.

Do you have a favorite song that you’ve written?

I don’t know. Right now I think it would be my song, “Life”. The lyrics mean so much to me.

When you were writing that song, did you think that “Life”, might be powerful enough to maybe change the world? Do you think that music has the power to change the world?

Yeah, I think it can change the world. I’ve always wanted my music to impact the world positively. You can turn on my music and feel a little bit better. I can turn on my music and feel good, lose yourself in the fantasy of music. Yes, so I think it can impact the world. I hope that I can make an impact positively in the world.

What advice would you give to your younger self?

I would say, make your craft, focus on just your craft. Make sure that you’re not letting certain people influence you. I think to go through my career as a younger person, everyone said to me, “Oh, you need to do this, you need to do that”. I think I was so focused on what I should be doing, I mean I always worked really hard on my music, but it felt like I lost myself because I was trying to be so many different things. So I think I would just say just keep working at being the best and not focusing on what other people say. In the industry, they throw you around. You have to find your whole image and yourself. Recently I’ve really found the direction I want to be in, and where I’m happy. I feel like it is marketable and stuff, but I feel not letting all of that stuff stress you out, get lost and just focus on music.

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