Matt LeBlanc young
July 25, 1967
Salt and Pepper
5 ft 10 in | 178 cm
77 kg | 169 lbs
42 in | 107 cm
10 US | 43 EU
34 in | 87 cm
Matt LeBlanc was born in Newton, Massachusetts, United States, on July 25, 1967, is an American actor. Young Matt LeBlanc began his career as a model in the Heinz Tomato Ketchup commercial (1987). He began his acting career in short film Doll Day Afternoon (1987) in role as GI Joe. He made his television debut in television drama series TV 101 (1988–1989) in role as Chuck Bender. LeBlanc's breakthrough role came as Joey Tribbiani on NBC's sitcom Friends (1994–2004), for which he was nominated for three Emmy Award.
He won a Golden Globe Award and was nominated for four Emmy Award for his role as a fictionalized version of himself in television comedy series Episodes (2011–2017).
He's playing Adam Burns in American sitcom series Man with a Plan, since 2016.
He portrayed Joey Tribbiani in a spin-off of Friends sitcom Joey (2004–2006).
All the Queen's Men (2001) action comedy opposite Eddie Izzard and Nicolette Krebitz
Reform School Girl (1994) drama with Aimee Graham and Teresa DiSpina
Red Shoe Diaries 3: Another Woman's Lipstick (1993) drama romance opposite Nina Siemaszko and Maryam D'Abo
Ed (1996) sports comedy with Jim Caviezel and Jayne Brook
Lovesick (2014) comedy opposite Ali Larter and Chevy Chase
Charlie's Angels (2000) and sequel Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003) action comedy in role as Jason Gibbons
Lost in Space (1998) science fiction adventure with William Hurt, Heather Graham and Gary Oldman
He hosted BBC series Top Gear (2016–2019).
Fan of parachute jumping, motorcycles and car racing.
He dated actress Kate Hudson (1996).
He was married to actress Missy McKnight (2003–2006), they have one daughter.
He was in relationship with actress Andrea Anders (2005–2014).
He appeared in Alanis Morissette's single "Walk Away" (1991) and in Bob Seger's "Night Moves" (1994).
Lives in Pacific Palisades and Los Alamos, California.
'Friends' was an education in intelligent comedic banter; in intelligent vernacular. It was an education in scene study. It was an education in group dynamic. I came out of there with a master's degree in comedy.
I am not afraid if people think Matt LeBlanc in 'Episodes' is who I am - my friends and family know who I am.
When I was younger and studying acting, I never ever saw myself in the sitcom world; it was drama that really turned me on and still does.
'Friends' was a true ensemble. There really was no star of the show.
People call me Joey all the time. I take it as a compliment. There's no point in correcting them. But I'm much more even-keeled and subdued and relaxed than Joey Tribbiani.
I started going gray in my early twenties.
As an actor, the biggest compliment you can get, in my book is for someone to believe that you're the character.
Comedy is just to me, maybe it's a natural knack, if I can see where the joke is in the writing and I can see where the setup is and I can tell this is the way to make it.