Matt LeBlanc, an actor and producer from Newton, Massachusetts, is best known for portrayal of the character Joey Tribbiani on the celebrated sitcom “Friends.” His earnings gross up to the figure of $60 million. He left Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, MA after his second semester only to pursue acting. He did commercials for big brands like Heinz and Coca-Cola before appearing in his first TV show “TV 101” and music videos of Bon Jovi, and Bob Seger. However his persona shot to popularity and his big break in acting came only through his celebrated role of Joey on “Friends.” He has movies like “Ed”, “All The Queen’s Men”, “Lost In Space”, and “Charlie’s Angels” to his credit. He dwells in Los Angeles.
Matt LeBlac Facts:
- Playing the role of Joey on Friends, he was nominated thrice for Golden Globe for Best Actor in a TV Series Comedy but could never it. However he won it in 2012 for Episodes.
- After completing his high school and dropping college, he started working as a photo model in Florida.
Height in m / cm – 1.78 m / 178 cm
Height in Feet – 5.83 feet
Height in Inches – 70.07 inches
Height With Shoes/Heels – 5feet 9 inch -5’11”
Weight in 2014 kg and Lbs (Pounds) – 77 kgs / 169.75 pounds
Muscle/Biceps Size – 13.7
Body Size – 40(Chest) – 33(Waist)
Birthdate & Age in 2014 – 07/25/67 & 46 years
Eye Color – Brown
Net Worth – 60
Above are the most likely body measurements of Matt.
Matt LeBlac Controversies and Relationships:LeBlanc was wedded to model Melissa McKnight, his longtime girlfriend in 2003 with whom he had a daughter. The two separated and divorced in 2006. From then, he has been in relationship with actress Andrea Anders.
Matt LeBlac Brands and Endorsements:Matt made debut on TV with his role in TV 101, thereupon in Top of the Heap. It was “Friends” where he plays the character of Joey that made him a household name. The show lasted for ten seasons and was further followed by his own character’s show called Joey lasting for two seasons. He became extremely popular and was acknowledged for his acting talent like his co-stars receive from the celebrated roles and landed himself roles in movies like Ed (1996), Lost in Space (1998), Charlie’s Angels (2000), and All the Queen’s Men (2001). He appeared in music videos of Bon Jovi, Alanis Morissette and in Bob Seger’s “Night Moves.” In 2006 his own production house produced the movie, The Prince. Matt also starred in the series Episodes which is written by Friends co-creator David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik and has won Golden Globe for Best Actor in a TV Series Comedy in 2012 for it. He made an appearance in two episodes of Top Gear and set the record for fastest time beating that of Rowan Atkinson.