Matty Cardarople Age, Wiki, Biography, Height, Weight, Net Worth, Girlfriend & More

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Professionally recognized as Matthew Richard Cardarople, Matty Cardarople has made a name for himself in the American entertainment industry as both an actor and humorist.

He gained public attention by participating in a diverse range of motion pictures and TV series, notably the science fiction blockbuster “Jurassic World” in 2015, and the eerie TV show “Stranger Things” that premiered in 2016.

Matthew Cardarople Wiki & Biography

Name Matthew Cardarople
Nickname Matthew
Date Of Birth February 9, 1983
Age 40 Years
Birth Place Exeter, New Hampshire, United States
Gender Male
Profession Actor and Comedian
Debut Film – Drillbit Taylor

Television – Scrubs

Famous For Selfie, Jurassic World, Stranger Things, and The Big Sick
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Nationality American
Religion Not Known

Matthew Cardarople Net Worth

Salary Not Known
Net Worth USD $1 million approx.

Height, Weight, and Color

Height in cm 193 cm
Height in Meters 1.93 m
Height in Feet Inches 6 feet 4 inches
Weight 82 kg

180 lbs

Body Type Average
Body Measurement 44-14-32
Waist Size 32
Shoe Size 10 (US)
Eye Colour Brown
Hair Colour Brown

Matthew Cardarople’s Family and Relatives

Father Richard Cardarople. Cardarople

Matthew Cardarople with his father
Matthew Cardarople with his father

Mother Mary Cardarople
Brothers Not Known
Sisters Not Known
Boyfriends / Girlfriends Lauren Cardarople
Marital Status Married
Partner Lauren Cardarople

Matthew Cardarople with his wife
Matthew Cardarople with his wife

Sons Not Known
Daughters Not Known

Matthew Cardarople Education School and Colleges

Education Qualification Graduated
School Local High School, United States
College & University New York Film Academy | Battery Place, New York

Favourites Things Of Matthew Cardarople

Favorite Colour Black, Blue
Favorite Actor Not Known
Favorite Actress Not Known
Favorite Food Not Known
Favorite TV Shows Not Known
Favorite Movie Not Known
Favorite Pets Not Known
Hobbies Not Known
Favorite Destination London, Sweden

Matthew Cardarople

Interesting Facts About Matthew Cardarople

  • As of the current year, his financial worth is estimated at $1.5 million.
  • Cardarople had a standout role as a law enforcement officer in the comedic film “Logan Lucky,” released in 2017.
  • Additionally, he portrayed a uniquely-named character, the “Henchperson of Indeterminate Gender,” in the television drama-comedy “A Series of Unfortunate Events” spanning from 2017 to 2019.
  • In the age of social media, Cardarople keeps an active TikTok profile with an impressive following of 770,000 people and a whopping 8 million likes.
  • Born on February 9, 1983, Cardarople’s upbringing was in Exeter, New Hampshire, and he is a U.S. citizen. Rooted in the Christian faith, he finalized his initial education at a stateside local high school.
  • He pursued further studies in drama at notable institutions like the New York Film Academy and The Beverly Hills Playhouse, which was in line with his childhood aspirations to have a career in acting.
  • Cardarople was born to Richard and Mary Cardarople. His father Richard is an entrepreneur, while his mother Mary is primarily a homemaker.
  • Cardarople also has a sister, though her name remains undisclosed.
  • Cardarople’s acting career began in 2008 with a role as a convenience store clerk in the comedy-drama flick “Drillbit Taylor.”
  • He continued to land roles, including that of a shutterbug in the 2009 suspense film “Absolute Evil” and a park ride operator in 2015’s “Jurassic World.”
  • In 2016, he portrayed a mixologist in the movie “20th Century Women,” and in the same year, he appeared as an unidentified zombie in the horror-comedy “Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse.”
  • His filmography also boasts a diverse portfolio of roles in films like “Wheels of Fortune,” “I Am Woman,” “The Three Stooges,” “Please Stand By,” “Itsy Bitsy,” “The Big Sick,” and more.
  • Notably, he had a cameo in the 2014 sequel “Dumb and Dumber To” and a role in the 2021 action-comedy “Free Guy.”
  • He ventured into television in 2010 with a guest role on the medical sitcom “Scrubs,” and later appeared in the 2014 sitcom “Selfie” as Charlie.

Matthew Cardarople’s Social Media Handles

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