Newton North High School
Became a presenter on the TV series Top Gear.
Cast as a fictitious TV star (and "Friends" alum) named Matt LeBlanc on the Showtime series "Episodes"
Nominated for the 2011 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in Comedy Series
Reprised role of Joey Tribbiani on NBC's "Joey," a spin-off from the award winning sitcom "Friends"
Cast as Lucy Liu's love interest in "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle"
Starred in "All the Queen's Men" as an American who leads a team of British agents in obtaining a coding device
Made uncredited cameo appearance as Lucy Liu's love interest in the feature "Charlie's Angels"
Played fighter pilot Don West in the feature version of "Lost in Space"
Feature debut, "Ed"
Played loveable goof Joey Tribbiani on the hit NBC ensemble sitcom "Friends"
Appeared in two Showtime "Rebel Highway" movies, "Motorcycle Gang" and "Reform School Girl"
Co-starred on the short-lived "Top of the Heap" spinoff, "Vinnie and Bobby" (Fox)
Co-starred as Vinnie Verducci on Fox's short-lived "Married...With Children" spinoff "Top of the Heap"
TV-movie debut, "Anything to Survive" (ABC)
TV series debut, "TV 101" (credited as Matthew LeBlanc)
Moved to New York City to pursue a career in acting at the age of 17.
Appeared in a number of national commercials including Levi's, Coca Cola, Heinz Ketchup and Doritos.
Was raised in Newton, Massachusetts.