Matthew Stanton Bomer or ostentatiously known as Matt Bomer is an American actor known for his roles of Neal Caffrey in the ABC Network-produced “White Collar,” Bryce Larkin in the NBC-produced “
Chuck,” and Felix Turner in the television film, “The Normal Heart.” For his work in White Collar, Bomer pocketed a Primetime Emmy Award nomination and was the recipient of a Golden Globe Award. Bomer is also known for his roles in movies such as “Flightplan,”
Magic Mike and “Winter’s Tale.” Besides these, Bomer has also been involved with the theater, featuring in Broadway play such as the Dustin Lance Black’s, “8.” Matt was born to John Bomer IV and Elizabeth Stanton in Missouri. The family, later on, relocated to Texas, where Matt pursued his education at the Klein High School, where the actor,
Lee Pace, was a classmate.
Bomer also attended the Carnegie Melon University, Pittsburgh, where he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts. The inception of Bomer’s television career began with the role of Ian Kipling in the long-running soap opera, “All My Children.” In the following year, Bomer played
Benjamin “Ben” Reade in the NBC-produced “Guiding Light.” Later on, Bomer made brief appearances in shows such as Relic Hunter and North Shore. 2003 saw Bomer cast as Luc Johnston in the supernatural television series, “True Calling.”
In 2007, Bomer featured in the drama thriller, Traveler, and pocketed the role of Bryce Larkin on Chuck. The year 2009 saw Bomer play his most memorable role of the con artist, Neil Caffrey, in USA Network’s “White Collar.” Consequently, Bomer has also briefly featured in other television shows such as Glee, The New Normal and American Horror Story: Freak Show. 2015 saw Bomer play the role of Donovan in American Horror Story: Hotel. Bomer has featured in supporting roles in various movies such as “Flightplan,” The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, Magic Mike, Winter’s Tale, Space Station 76, and Magic Mike XXL. Matt also made his Broadway debut with Dustin Lance Black’s “8,” and has performed in other plays such as A Streetcar Named Desire, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Roulette, and Villa America. Bomer is also the recipient of a GLSEN Award, Critics Choice Television Award and a Golden Globe Award, among many others. Bomer was open about his sexual orientation, and he married the publicist, Simon Halls in 2011. Bomer is also the father of three sons with his partner.