Matt Frewer

Matt Frewer

Matt Frewer has been travelling all over North America in recent months filming recurring roles. Most recently, he worked in Los Angeles for HBO’s Perry Mason and in Austin for AMC’s Fear The Walking Dead. In Vancouver portrayed Carnage in Netflix’s sci-fi drama Altered Carbon (2018); in Montreal (opposite Dennis Quaid) as Anthony Bruhl in NBC’s Timeless (2016); in Toronto as Paul Rice in Crackle’s The Art of More (2015), and also in Toronto as Dr. Leekie on BBC America’s award-winning Orphan Black (2013); and in Brooklyn, New York as Dr. J. M. Christiansen in Steven Soderbergh’s gritty early-20th century hospital drama The Knick (2014).

Frewer’s film credits include Steven Spielberg’s The BFG (2016), 20th Century Fox’s Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (2014), 50/50 (2011) (with Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt), Foreverland (2011), Frankie & Alice (2010) (with Halle Berry), and as Moloch in Zack Snyder’s Watchmen (2009). He appeared in Snyder’s 2004 film, Dawn of the Dead (2004). He filmed Attack on Darfur (2009) in South Africa and played the lead in the action/adventure film Wushu Warrior (2011), which was filmed in China. Other work on the big screen includes playing “Big Russ Thompson” in Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989), and Jobe Smith, the nefarious computer genius in Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace (1996). Frewer starred in four Sherlock Holmes films for Muse Entertainment, CTV and the Odyssey Channel.

He performed leading roles in numerous television movies & miniseries, including Nick Willing’s Alice (2009) (as the White Knight; for which he was nominated for a Gemini Award). He reunited with Nick Willing to play Daedalus in 13 episodes of Olympus (2015). Frewer starred in the television miniseries Delete (2013) for Brightlight Pictures, A&E’s miniseries Bag of Bones (2011) with Pierce Brosnan, Hallmark’s Battle of the Bulbs (2010), and in Spielberg’s Taken (2002). He played an arsonist known as the ” Trashcan Man” in the Stephen King-scripted ABC miniseries, The Stand (1994).

In addition to his recent television work, Cable Ace and Gemini award-winning Frewer is a familiar face on the Emmy-nominated DreamWorks/TNT Falling Skies (2011) as well as Eureka (Sci-Fi), Intelligence (CBC), and Doctor, Doctor (CBS). He made guest appearances on such prime time network television series as St. Elsewhere, Miami Vice, and Star Trek: The Next Generation. Other notable turns on television include portraying such real-life notable individuals as U.S. Ambassador Edwin O. Reischauer in American Playhouse’s Long Shadows (1994) (PBS), Alexander Haig in Kissinger and Nixon (1995) (TNT), and Gene Kranz in the made-for-television movie Apollo 11 (1996).

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