Matthew played Charlie in recent feature Electric Love, by Social House Films, and had a guest role in The Very Excellent Mr Dundee (directed byDean Murphy). In 2016, he played the lead role of Leslie in the very entertaining web series Little Acorns, opposite some of Australia’s most recognisable performers.
Matthew graduated from WAAPA in 2007. His stage credits include the role of Munkustrap in Really Useful Group’s production of Cats; the Victorian Opera’s production of Into The Woods – in the role of Cinderella’s Prince and the Wolf; Court Theatre’s The Mikado and Grease, in the roles of Nanki-Poo and Danny, respectively; and Sunday in the Park with George – also for Victorian Opera.
Earlier credits include an understudy for Phantom and Raoul in the premiere Australian production of Love Never Dies; Priscilla – Queen of the Desert the Musical; The Production Company’s Damn Yankees; Show’s Management’s Guys and Dolls; and FAME – The Musical, from Gordon Frost.
At WAAPA, Matthew played Edward Rochester in Jane Eyre, Bernardo in West Side Story, Sam Byck in Assassins, and Strapper in the New York premiere of David King and Nick Enright’s The Good Fight.
TV credits include The Divorce; a Comedy Musical for the ABC, also starring Marina Prior and Lisa McCune; The Dr Blake Mysteries; Blue Heelers and Neighbours. Matthew’s alter ego Dr Dish has also featured in the highly successful Fairy Dishwashing campaigns.