Matt Bomer first appeared in the American television soap opera ‘All My Children’ in 2000. The following year, he joined the cast of the American television soap opera ‘Guiding Light’ created by Irna Phillips and Emmons Carlson. He played the role of ‘Ben Reade’ and remained on the show until 2003. He continued to appear in television series like ‘Relic Hunter’ (2002), ‘Tru Calling’ (2004), and ‘North Shore’ (2004). Bomer made his silver screen debut in the 2005 mystery psychological thriller film ‘Flightplan’ directed by Robert Schwentke. The film, despite opening to a mixed reception, performed well at the box office and grossed over $223.4 million on a budget of $55 million. In 2006, he starred as ‘Eric Hill’ in the American slasher film ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning’ directed by Jonathan Liebesman. The film was largely panned by critics but managed to gross over $51.8 million on a budget of $16 million. In 2009, he grabbed the role of ‘Neal Caffrey’ in the American police procedural drama television series ‘White Collar’ created by Jeff Eastin. The series ran for 6 seasons and aired its final episode in 2014. He next starred as ‘Henry Hamilton’ in the 2011 Andrew Niccol-directed American science fiction action film ‘In Time.’ Even though the film received a mixed response from critics, it managed to come out as a commercial success, grossing over $174 million on a budget of $40 million.
In 2012, he played the role of ‘Ken’ in the American comedy-drama film ‘Magic Mike’ directed by Steven Soderbergh. The film opened to a positive reception and did impressive business at the box office, grossing over $167.2 million on a $7 million budget. Bomer became a recipient of the ‘Golden Globe Award’ and the ‘Critics' Choice Television Award’ for his portrayal of ‘Felix Turner’ in the 2014 American television drama film ‘The Normal Heart’ directed by Ryan Murphy. The film received massive acclaim upon release and holds a 94% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. He next starred in films such as ‘Magic Mike XXL’ (2015), ‘The Nice Guys’ (2016), ‘The Magnificent Seven’ (2016), ‘Walking Out’ (2017), ‘Jonathan’ (2018), and ‘Viper Club’ (2018). In 2019, he became a part of the American superhero television series ‘Doom Patrol’ developed by Jeremy Carver. The series was renewed for a fourth season in October 2021. He went on to appear in films and television series like ‘The Sinner’ (2020), ‘The Boys in the Band’ (2020), ‘Justice Society: World War II’ (2021), and ‘American Horror Stories’ (2021). He last appeared in the 2022 Australian drama television miniseries, ‘Echoes.’
Holland March, a private detective is hired to investigate an apparent suicide. His investigation leads him to Amelia, who in turn hires another violent private investigator, Jackson Healy, to protect her. When more people turn up dead and Amelia herself goes missing, the two unwillingly join hands and unravel a huge conspiracy.
Bartholomew Bogue takes control of the American frontier town Rose Creek and forces its citizens to forced labor. When a group of locals, led by Matthew Cullen stand up to him, he has them killed. Cullen’s widow then recruits U.S. Marshal Sam Chisholm who forms a group of seven fighters to take on Bogue and his army.
At a birthday party in Manhattan, New York, things take a turn after the arrival of a surprise guest.
Time is the currency in the futuristic setting of In Time; people stop aging at 25, with only a year left to live, unless they can afford more time. Wrongfully accused of murder for having more time than he should, factory worker Will Salas goes on the run with a hostage, who proves to be key to challenging the system.
American aviation engineer Kyle Pratt is on her way back to the U.S. with her husband’s body and her daughter Julia. However, Julia disappears from the flight and Kyle uncovers a conspiracy by flight attendant Stephanie and sky marshal Carson to hijack the plane for ransom.
Mike is the star stripper at Xquisite Strip Club in Tampa but also does odd-jobs in the morning to save up enough to start his own business. When he takes young upstart Adam under his wing he also starts falling for Adam’s sister Brooke. However, Adam’s reckless actions soon threaten Mike’s lifestyle and romance.
Peter, a thief, who is raised by a supernatural demon, goes to Beverley Penn’s mansion attempting to rob it. However, he instead falls in love with the heiress named Beverley, who is poisoned and dies in his arms. After learning that he has the gift of reincarnation, he decides to set out in order to save her.
Before leaving for Vietnam, Eric, his brother, Dean, and their girlfriends, Christie and Bailey, take a road trip. As an accident throws Christie away, the Sheriff arrives to take the three to the Hewitt homestead. It’s the place of young Leatherface, who was born under terrible conditions and brought up by demented Hewitts. Leatherface turns into a chainsaw-wielding maniac. Can Christie save her friends?
A sequel to Magic Mike, the film features retired stripper Mike Lane, who meets old friends, the Kings of Tampa, after three years. Mike decides to join the troupe as they travel for one last performance at a stripping convention at Myrtle Beach. On the way as they stop at Jacksonville and Savannah, Mike revives old memories and enjoys some special moments.
Space Station 76 is a science fiction comedy drama film which tells the story of Jessica, who joins a space station, as a new crew member. She begins to learn about the different problems that the people there have been facing. She also finds herself attracted to a married crewman.
Justice Society: World War II is an animated superhero film which takes us to the time of the Second World War, where Adolf Hitler, with the help of magical artifacts, invades most of Europe. In order to stop him, the Justice League of America is formed, consisting of Trevor, Black Canary, Hawkman, Hourman, Flash, and Wonder Woman.
Matt Bomer Awards
|The Normal Heart||Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television||2015|
|Winner||Favorite Cable TV Actor||2015|