Matt Doyle Net Worth, Height, Weight, Age, Size, Movies

Matt Doyle

American actor and singer Matt Doyle rose to fame after the release of his work in Spring Awakening on Broadway. His other works include War Horse, Private Romeo, and The Book of Mormon on Broadway.  In March 2020, Doyle was in news for being tested coronavirus positive.  With this content, read more on Doyle’s biography, age, body measurement, family, movies, theater, television shows, birthday, affairs, quotes, net worth, and movies.

Matt Doyle biography

  • Real Name – Matt Doyle
  • Nickname –
  • Birthday – May
  • Age – 32 years
  • Birth Place – Larkspur, California, United States
  • Date of Birth – 13 May 1987
  • Famous roles/Known for – The Book of Mormon on Broadway
  • Ethnicity – White
  • Nationality – American
  • Profession – American actor and singer-songwriter
  • Religion – Christianity
  • Sun sign – Leo
  • Website –

Matt Doyle height, weight, and body measurement

  • Height – 5 feet 5 inches; 170 cm centimeters, and 1.70 m in meters
  • Weight – 55 kg in kilograms and 121 lbs in pounds
  • Eye Color – Brown
  • Hair Color – Brown
  • Sexual orientation – Straight
  • Tatoo – No
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Matt Instagram pictures

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Matt latest news

  • Matt Doyle tests positive for coronavirus

Matt net worth


Matt Doyle popular movies/filmography/television shows

  • 2008 – Gossip Girl
  • 2009 – Once More with Feeling
  • 2011 – Private Romeo
  • 2015 – For Real
  • 2016 – Truth Slash Fiction
  • 2019 – The Code

Matt albums

Uncontrolled, Make the Season Bright, Constant (EP), Daylight
(EP), Jasper in Deadland, Our First Mistake, Thirteen Stories Down, (Sorta)
Love Songs, Bare: A Pop Opera, and Company

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Matt interview/personal quotes

On working his way back to the theater

“All I had to do to fall in love with it again, to enjoy it
again, is just prove to myself I could do other things. … Working on things
just for myself allowed me the freedom to just be inspired again.”