Matt Clark

Matt Clark

actor, director, soundtrack

Matt Clark was born on Nov 25, 1936 in USA. Matt Clark's big-screen debut came with Black Like Me directed by Carl Lerner in 1964, strarring Mugger in Alley. Matt Clark is known for 42 directed by Brian Helgeland, Chadwick Boseman stars as Jackie Robinson and Harrison Ford as Branch Rickey. The upcoming new movie Matt Clark plays is A Million Ways to Die in the West which will be released on May 30, 2014.

Born In Washington, D.C., Matt grew up in Arlington, VA, the son of Frederick W. Clark, a boat builder and cabinet maker, and Theresa (Costello) Clark, owner and director of a private school in Arlington. Following a two-year stint in the army, Matt attended George Washington University, but dropped out to join a local Washington, D.C. theatre group. He moved to New York in the mid-50's and studied acting at the HB Studio with Herbert Berghof, William Hickey and Frank Naughton. After working at the famous Living Theater and starring in several off-Broadway plays, he moved to California to begin his film career. Matt has appeared in more than 50 feature films, in addition to countless television movies and TV series. He is the director of the film, Da (1988), starring Bernard Hughes, Martin Sheen, and his old acting teacher, Bill Hickey. Matt is father of 4 children: Matthias Clark (musician), Jason Clark (producer), Seth Clark (film editor) and Aimée Clark (producer).

  • Birthday

    Nov 25, 1936
  • Place of Birth

    Washington, District of Columbia, USA
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