Birth Name: Matthew Lillard
Birth Place: Lansing, Michigan, USA
The stage trained actor, with several productions to his credit in both New York and Los Angeles, began to receive greater offers for featured acting roles following his impressive performance in the smart horror flick "Scream". Lillard starred opposite Sean Astin in "Dish Dogs" (1998), the pair playing road travelers who pay their way washing dishes. 1998 also saw the actor with a co-starring role in the sophomoric comedy "Senseless" and a featured part in the biopic "Without Limits" as Roscoe Devine, a friend of Olympic runner Steve Prefontaine. That same year, Lillard starred in the home video hit "The Curve" as an ambitious college man bent on killing a fellow student in a bid to receive...
Blu-ray Review: 'She's All That'
Review: 'The Descendants' 'Two Jews On Film' Miss The Heart In Clooney's Latest Dramedy (Video)
Keanu Reeves Named The Worst Actor In Hollywood History (See Who Else Sucks)
A Christmas Message from Matthew Lillard
Without a Paddle Trailer
Fat Kid Rules The World
Fat Kid Rules The World - Matthew Lillard On His Causes & New Movie