Matt Cook Biography, Age, Parents, Education, Career And Net Worth

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Matt Cook Biography Actor

Matt Cook is an American actor.  He is best known for his roles as Mo McCracken on the TBS sitcom Clipped and, most recently, as Lowell in the CBS sitcom Man with a Plan. He is also known for  portrayal of Joey Blackman in the OWN Network series If Loving You Is Wrong produced by the legendary Tyler Perry.

Matt Cook Age

Matt was born on July 12, 1984 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He is 34 years old as of 2018.

Matt Cook Parents

Matt was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and grew up in Barnegat Light and Ship Bottom on Long Beach Island in New Jersey. There is no much information about his parents and siblings. However, in May 2017, he posted an Instagram photo of his mother, Francesca Cook, to celebrate her on Mother’s Day.

Matt Cook Education

He attended Southern Regional High School.  He went to Rider University in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree. Matt then moved to Los Angeles and trained in improve and sketch comedy at The Groundlings.

Matt Cook Wife | Matt Cook Dating  | Matt Cook Girlfriend

Matt is currently single and completely focused on his career.

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Matt Cook Career

Cook first appeared on television as a waiter in the HBO series Curb Your Enthusiasm. He went on to have recurring roles in Unleashed, Harry’s Law and True Blood before landing a starring role on the short-lived TBS sitcom Clipped in 2015. In 2016, Cook was cast as Lowell in the new CBS sitcom Man with a Plan, starring Matt LeBlanc. The series was renewed for the 2017–18 television season.  Cook also appeared in episode 4 of the first season of Mom.

Matt Cook film

Films from 2013 to 2019

This Isn’t Funny 2019
Grace and Frankie 2017
Maron 2016
Man with a Plan 2016–present
Jessie 2015
Clipped 2015
The Comeback 2014
Bucky and the Squirrels 2014
Austin & Ally 2013
True Blood 2013
Mom 2013

Films From 2009 to 2012

Harry’s Law 2012
Kickin’ It 2012
Unleashed 2011
Whitney 2011
2 Broke Girls 2011–2012
Kill Spin 2010
Curb Your Enthusiasm 2009
The De-Evolution of Ben Stiller 2009

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