Matthew Felker Biology
Matthew Felker born Matthew Nicholas Felker is an American writer, producer, actor, and former model. He was an executive producer and starred in the Penelope Spheeris directed comedy Balls to the Wall and featured in the 2018 Netflix film The American Meme he also produced the 2019 social media documentary ‘’Public Figure’’.
Matthew Felker Age
Matthew was born on 11th October 1979 in Brookfield, Wisconsin,
Matthew Felker Height
He stands at a height of 1.83 m
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Matthew Felker Wife
According to our records, Felker is possibly single. We have no records of past relationships
Matthew Felker Career
Felker got his start while attending Arizona State University where he was scouted by Ford Models. His first break was filming a commercial for Häagen-Dazs where he was depicted in a very racy interracial kiss selling cookies and cream ice cream. As a model, he has worked for The Gap, Iceberg and Versace, as well as a denim campaign with Joanna Krupaseen in Times Square. He has been seen in Britney Spears’ hit “Toxic” music video, directed by Joseph Kahn He also appeared in the music video for Fountains of Wayne’s Stacy’s Mom directed by Chris Applenbaum, Dido’s “White Flag” again directed by Kahn, as well as Celine Dion’s “Have You Ever Been In Love” video. He appeared in an episode and the cast reunion of the short-lived series MTV’s Fear. Felker filmed a pilot with Chelsea Handler titled Dirty Famous that was not picked up by a network. Has been represented as a model by Irene Marie Models, Ford Models, and Elite Models Most recently he was seen starring in the Lifetime Peneloe Spheeris directed film “The Real St.Nick”. In 2018 he is one of the central characters that the social media documentary “The American Meme” focuses on. The film premiered at the Tribecca Film Festival in 2018.
Matthew Felker Stacy’s Mom
He also appeared in the music video for Fountains of Wayne’s Stacy’s Mom directed by Chris Applenbaum.
Matthew Felker American Meme
In 2018 he is one of the central characters that the social media documentary “The American Meme” focuses on. The film premiered at the Tribecca Film Festival in 2018. The American Meme is a 2018 documentary film. The film was released on December 7, 2018, on Netflix. Mathew featured in the 2018 Netflix film The American Meme.
Matthew Felker Britney Spears
He has been seen in Britney Spears’ hit “Toxic” music video, directed by Joseph Kahn.
Matthew Felker Elizabeth Dowden
When Westside actress Elizabeth Dowden decided to try her luck by moving to the bright lights of Hollywood, she never expected to find love along the way – least of all with an American.
The easy-going Aucklander, 25, was shocked at the plastic-fantastic lifestyle of the Los Angeles locals when she first arrived.
She laughs, “Kiwis are so honest and I assumed everyone would be like that over in LA too. Then I found out everything was a lie. I met so many strange people that I’d never think of being in a relationship with!”
But that all changed when Elizabeth – who plays escort Theresa on the popular Three series – got to know producer and actor Matt Felker, 38, just over a year and a half ago.
“One thing that is different between Matt and every other person is that I felt like I’ve known him forever,” she says.
“It sounds super-cliché, but I felt extremely comfortable around him as soon as I met him. He’s extremely supportive and I couldn’t really ask for anything better in a partner.”
And the feeling is mutual, with Matt – who has previously dated Selma Blair and Minnie Driver – explaining that Elizabeth’s laid-back Kiwi attitude was a refreshing change.
Teasing his blushing girlfriend, he tells, “The most adorable thing about her is that she can eat so much food! It’s the antithesis of everything LA, where everyone is eating lettuce that costs $500 and drinking designer vitamin-infused water. Meanwhile, she’s straight up downing pizza and hot dogs. It’s awesome!”
As they relax in their Californian home with Matt’s Maltese cross Rosie, the pair reminisce over the early days of their relationship and how it almost never happened.
“I was in LA for pilot season and we met over a dating app,” recalls Elizabeth.
“We had just started chatting when he broke his ribs skiing, so our first date kept getting put off. After that, we were talking on the phone one night when all the electricity in my house went out.
“I’ve never dealt with anything like that because this was my first time living away from home, so Matt ordered 50 battery-powered lights online and sent them to me until we got an electrician. He was my savior before we’d even met!”
Elizabeth and her friends figured the grand romantic gesture meant he was either the nicest man in the world or a serial killer. Laughing, she remembers, “We decided no-one could ever be that nice, so it had to be the serial killer option.”
And Matt doesn’t blame her, adding, “After my rib healed, we arranged to have dinner, but on that day, someone backed into my car as I was washing it in my driveway so I had to cancel. I bet she just thought she was being catfished.”
Elizabeth nods, “I had completely written him off, but then the date eventually did happen. I came over to his house and we went out for dinner. I met his dog, who doesn’t really like people, but the moment she saw me, she ran up and sat on my lap. It was super-sweet and a pretty good first date.”
The loved-up pair have managed to make their relationship work despite often being on opposite sides of the globe. Elizabeth explains, “I go for jobs that shoot in Australia, the US and Vancouver, and he’s going to Europe soon. It’s just a strange business where you’re all over the show and you can’t really ever plan anything.”
But while she was filming Westside in New Zealand last summer, Matt managed to visit her in Auckland for a few blissful weeks.
He recalls, “I liked everything about the country. I’m into triathlons so I could run, bike and swim – I loved it. We also went to Waiheke one day and had a great time.”
It’s Matt’s endless support that’s made the tough, cut-throat world of Hollywood that little bit easier for Elizabeth. She explains, “Sometimes I just burst into tears, but then once I get the crying out of the way, I realise that I can’t give up and it does help having someone supportive by my side.”
One of the actress’ most recent gigs saw her become the face of a range of robot-like digital humans, designed by the artificial intelligence company Soul Machines, which are meant to be emotionally responsive and incredibly intelligent.
“They’re halfway through developing my face and when it’s finished, it will be used in banks and things,” Elizabeth tells.
“I got the part because they needed someone to be able to move every single muscle in their face singularly to be able to create it. I just randomly happen to be really good at that!”
Beaming proudly at his girlfriend, Matt quips, “No-one in LA is qualified because their faces are full of Botox, but not Elizabeth!”
Matthew Felker Films
- Balls to the Wall as Chad Goldstein
- Flashpoint (pilot)
- Dirty Famous (pilot)
- MTV’s Fear (TV)
Matthew Felker Net Worth
His 2019 estimated net worth is Under Review` up from Under Review in 2017 with estimated 2018-2019 earnings` salary` and income of Under Review.
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