Matthew Le Nevez : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Partner, Education and Ethnicity

Matthew Le Nevez is an Australian actor know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Partner, Education and Ethnicity

Name Matthew Le Nevez
Birthdate ( Age) 10 January 1979
Place of Birth Canberra, Australia
Nationality Australian
Marital Status  In Relationship
Spouse/Partner Michelle Smith
Children Son, Levi Le Nevez
Parents Name Not Known
Education Telopea Park School and St Edmund’s College
Profession Australian actor
Net Worth $1 Million – $2 Million
Last Update October 2021

Matthew “Matt” Le Nevez is an Australian actor. He is best known for his roles as Doctor Patrick Reid in the TV series Offspring and as Detective Brian Dutch in the Tasmanian Gothic sci-fi television show The Kettering Incident and Agent Cal Isaac in the Absentia (TV series) thriller drama season 2 – present.

Matthew Le Nevez and Michelle Smith with Kid

Matthew Le Nevez and Michelle Smith with Kid

In 2012 he played the part of former Australian cricketer Dennis Lillee in the miniseries Howzat! Kerry Packer’s War about Kerry Packer’s World Series Cricket.

Early Life and Family

Le Nevez was born in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory (ACT) in 1979 and attended The French-Australian Preschool, Telopea Park School and St Edmund’s College, Canberra before accepted into NIDA aged 17. He graduated in 1999.

Matthew Le Nevez Wife, Is Matthew Le Nevez Married

Matthew Le Nevez is not Married Yet but he is in relationship with partner  Michelle Smith. In 2014, Le Nevez and his partner Michelle Smith welcomed their son Levi Le Nevez.

Matthew Le Nevez Net Worth

Matthew Le Nevez  is an Australian actor has an estimated Net Worth around $1 Million – $2 Million in 2021.All earnings comes from his salary and Endorsments.

Professional Career

Le Nevez took a small role in an Australian-made sci-fi series, Farscape, followed by a part in teen drama Head Start. In 2002 he appeared in his first feature film Garage Days playing a drug-fuelled rock star. He then played Aaron Reynolds, accomplice to the notorious Brenden James Abbott the Post Card Bandit, in the TV miniseries of the same name.

In 2003 came a break-through role, that of rough and ready Bullet Sheather in the ABC Television miniseries Marking Time, for which Le Nevez won an AFI Television Award in 2004 for Best Actor in a Supporting or Guest Role in a Television Drama or Comedy.In 2005 Le Nevez star in his first American film in one Marvel feature film Man-Thing as Sheriff Kyle Williams.

The film Peaches saw him sharing a screen with Hugo Weaving and Jacqueline McKenzie, but it was the role in 2006 of notorious Mathew Wales (convicted of the murders of his mother Margaret Wales-King and stepfather Paul King) in the TV movie The Society Murders that won Le Nevez critical acclaim.He won the Most Outstanding Actor on Australian television Logie Award in 2006.

Le Nevez stars in the Australian film The Tender Hook. Written and directed by Jonathan Ogilvie, it is the story of Iris (Rose Byrne) and a love triangle that includes her roguish English lover, McHeath and Art (Matt Le Nevez), an earnest young boxer. The film also stars his previous acting colleague, Hugo Weaving.

Le Nevez appeared as the boyfriend of “Kate” (Sibylla Budd) in the Come Walkabout commercial for Tourism Australia, directed by Baz Luhrmann.In 2010, he appeared in Legend of the Seeker as Leo, the new Seeker. In 2011, he became a regular in the Network Ten comedy/drama Offspring as anaesthetist Dr Patrick Reid, and continued in season 3 (2012), 4 (2013) and after his characters death in dream sequences during season 5 (2014).His character was killed off due to his choice to leave the show in 12th episode of season 4 on 7 August 2013, and made Australian headlines following an outpouring of grief from Offspring fans.

In 2012 he played the part of former Australian cricketer Dennis Lillee in the miniseries Howzat! Kerry Packer’s War about Kerry Packer’s World Series Cricket.He played the part of Damien Parer in the 2014 television film Parer’s War.

In 2014 despite leaving Offspring to pursue acting in America it was reported that Le Nevez was joining the cast of Australian T.V. series Love Child. It was announced in July 2014 that he would be co-starring in upcoming drama series The Kettering Incident.In 2016 he starred in Brock, a Channel 10 miniseries, as Australian motor racing legend Peter Brock.

Why did Matthew Le Nevez quit Offspring?

Offspring star Matt Le Nevez reveals plans to move his family from the US back Down Under due to America’s political unrest and coronavirus fears. US-based Australian actor Matt Le Nevez, 41, has announced his plans to relocate himself, his partner and their young children back to Australia by the end of the year.

How old is Matthew Le Nevez?

42 years (10 January 1979)

What is Matthew Le Nevez doing now

Matthew Le Nevez has been busy with his acting career. After the show, he moved to LA to appear in TV shows Absentia and The Widow, alongside Kate Beckinsale. Now he’s back in Australia and ready to compete on Celebrity MasterChef when it returns to our screens later this year.