Mathew   Lipiski

ACTOR

Mathew Eric Lipisko Jr is an American film and television actor born on June 28 and raised in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Known by his nick names Matt or Matty, he had always wanted to be an actor since he was in grade school. During his younger years Matt had performed in High School and in community theater for various plays.

He performed his first theatrical lead as (Paul Bratter) in Neil Simon’s romantic comedy “Bear foot In The Park”. In 2012 Matt moved to California to pursue his acting career in television and film. His debut film he was cast as “Sargant Emerson” (An Army Recruiting Sargent) in the Independent film “A Fighting Season” with actors “Clayne Crawford” (known for TV Series “Rectify” and “Baytown Outlaws”).

Also actor “Lew Temple” (known for “The Walking Dead” and “The Lone Ranger”). After Production of “A Fighting Season” concluded Matt had continued to be cast in smaller roles for the ID Discovery channel.

In 2015 Matt was cast in his first Lead Role on the TV Series “The Day I Almost Died” as “Johnathon Metz”. (A Connecticut man who manages to get his arm caught in the boiler for three days while attempting to clean it. With no food or water Johnathon does the unthinkable and severs his arm to stay alive.)

Matt had obtained his S.A.G (Screen Actors Guild) eligibility in 2013. He has been known to travel between Northern and Southern California for Training to continued to improve his craft and work on various Television and Film Projects.

LINKS:

IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm6102909/?ref_=nmbio_bio_nm

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Mathew.Lipisko.Official

SOME ROLES YOU HAVE SEEN MATHEW IN ARE:

The World’s Astonishing News!

A Fighting Season

Steve Jobs

The Day I Almost Died

Wives with Knives

I (Almost) Got Away with It

Ride

The Woods of Purgatory

Raising the TXT Generation

Roped

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