What Plastic Surgery Has Matt Bomer Gotten? Body Measurements and Wiki
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Biography - A Short Wiki
Most widely known for playing the lead role of Neal on the television series White Collar alongside Tim DeKay. He also played Zachary Levi’s best-friend-turned-nemesis on NBC’s Chuck and Matthew Cullen in The Magnificent Seven. In 2019, he landed the lead role of Matthew Zuk in the series Doom Patrol.
He had a brief role on the soap opera All My Children in 2000. He appeared in half a dozen episodes of Guiding Light from 2001 to 2003.
He was in the Broadway production of 8 the Play, which was about the federal trial involving same-sex couples’ right to marry in California. His portrayal of Felix Turner in the 2014 TV movie The Normal Heart earned him a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or TV Feature.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Matt Bomer, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|Height||1.82 m, 5’11” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||80 kg, 176 pounds|
|Shoe Size (US)||10|
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Quotes by Matt Bomer
"I think if you start to think too much about things that are completely out of control, it will just drive you crazy as an actor."
"I came from a long line of football players."
"The Kids Are All Right' is amazing. The performances are insanely good. Julianne Moore is going to wreck you. This is the best I've ever seen her, and I've seen everything she's ever done. I like the story, and I think it's a great alternative to the big summer popcorn blockbusters."
"When you work crazy TV hours, you got to have a good sense of humor."
"I got a .30-30 for Christmas in the seventh grade. It wasn't what I asked for, by the way."