Matt Bomer (born 11.10.1977) Matt Bomer is an American actor, best known for his role on TV series 'White Collar'.
Childhood: Matt Bomer was born in Spring, Texas. His parents are Sissi and John Bomer. He attended Klein High School and later Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where he graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.
Acting career: Matt Bomer's first TV role was as Ian Kipling on the soap opera 'All My Children'. Between 2001 to 2003 he appeared in 'Guiding Light' and later featured in 'Tru Calling'. His film debut came with the thriller 'Flightplan' in 2005 alongside Jodie Foster, which he followed with 2006's 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning'.
In 2007, he co-starred in TV series 'Traveler' and had a recurring role in the comedy 'Chuck'. His first major role was in 2009 with 'White Collar' in which he played a con artist. 2011 saw him make his Broadway debut in Dustin Lance Black's play, '8'. Later that year he appeared in the thriller 'In Time'.
In 2012, he starred as a male stripper in the movie 'Magic Mike' and he is set to appear in 'Space Station 76' in 2013.
Personal Life: Matt Bomer is in a relationship with his partner Simon Halls with whom he has three sons through surrogacy.
The actress will make a return for the fifth season of 'AHS' in the fall, having previously made a guest appearance in the second series.
It may have suffered the loss of Jessica Lange from its cast recently, but the new season of FX’s ‘American Horror Story’ is continuing to build a pretty impressive looking new roll call with the addition of Chloe Sevigny today.
On Tuesday morning, the show’s executive producer Ryan Murphy announced via Twitter that Sevigny would be making a return to the program in a more permanent role. Fans may remember that she made a brief - but memorable - appearance during the second season (‘Asylum’), playing Shelley the nymphomaniac.
Chloe Sevigny will star in the fifth season of 'American Horror Story'
Continue reading: Chloe Sevigny Confirmed For Role In 'American Horror Story: Hotel'
Jessica Lange has confirmed she is saying goodbye to American Horror Story.
Jessica Lange has announced she is officially leaving American Horror Story and will not appear in the upcoming fifth season of the FX anthology series. The 65-year-old revealed the news at Sunday's PaleyFest.
Jessica Lange has announced she is leaving American Horror Story
"I'm done," Lange said. "We've had a great run here. I have absolutely loved doing these four characters that I've had the opportunity to play, and in all madness, I love the writers and Ryan and the insanity of shooting it."
Continue reading: It’s Jessica Lange OUT, Matt Bomer IN on ‘American Horror Story’
Good news and bad news.
American Horror Story will never be the same after this announcement. On Saturday, the show had a panel at Paley Fest, during which Jessica Lange confirmed her departure. Now, before you go completely removing the Ryan Murphy show from your fall TV schedule, there are some good news too.
Four seasons and two Emmy awards in, Jessica Lange has had enough.
Like, guess who’s coming in for next season (creatively titled American Horror Story: Hotel). Does the name Matt Bomer ring a bell? The Suits star will definitely be in the line-up, although the part he will play is still a mystery.
Simon Halls and Matt Bomer - A variety of stars were photographed as they attended the Human Rights Campaign Los Angeles Gala Dinner 2015 which was held at the JW Marriott Hotel and featured a performance from Mariah Carey in Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 14th March 2015
Matt Bomer - A host of stars were photographed as they attended the Family Equality Council's Los Angeles Awards Dinner which was held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 1st March 2015