Facts of Matt Frewer
|Full Name||Matthew George Frewer|
|Birth Name||Matthew George Frewer|
|Birth City||Washington, D.C.|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Awards||Satellite Award for Best Television Ensemble|
|Date of Birth||4,1958|
Matt Frewer, born as Matthew George Frewer, is a Canadian-American actor, singer and comedian. He is most recognized for his portrayal of the 1980s icon Max Headroo and Doctor Leekie in the Canadian science fiction drama Orphan Black.
Recently, he appeared in The BFG (2016), and also in the the Netflix series Altered Carbon in 2018.
Well, how much is his net worth in 2020? Here are all the details of his career and earnings.
Matt Frewer Net Worth
As of 2020, Matt Frewer owns a net worth of $4 million, which is primarily an outcome of his career in acting.
Having been active in the film industry for years, he charges a good amount of salary for his roles in films and TV series.
Movies & TV Works
Interested in acting from an early age, Matt made his acting debut with 1983 movie The Lords of Discipline. He has since made appearances in some of the most successful movies so far.
Following his debut in 1983, he came up with Supergirl where he played a character named Eddie, the Truck Driver.
His other works include Spies Like Us, The Fourth Protocol, Speed Zone, Far from Home, and many others.
His last few projects on big screen include Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (2014), Pixels (2015), The BFG (2016), and Residue (2017).
Talking about his works in TV, he made his TV debut in 1984 appearing in The First Olympics: Athens 1896, where he portrayed a character named Francis Lane.
His latest TV works are The Magicians (2019), Fear The Walking Dead (2019), The Order (2019), The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair (2018), and many others.
Frewer was born on January 4, 1958, in Washington, D.C., U.S, to Gillian Anne (née German) and Captain (Ret'd) Frederick Charlesley Frewer, a Royal Canadian Navy officer.
Growing up in Peterborough, Ontario, Frewer did his graduation from Lakefield College School.
Following his graduation, he joined the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School to train as an actor, finally earning a graduate degree in 1980.
Likewise, he also has a brother who is also a Canadian Navy like his father.