Matt Adler Biography
Matt Adler is an American actor best known for his supporting roles in 1980s teenage films such as “Teen Wolf,” “White Water Summer,” “North Shore,” and “Dream a Little Dream.” He is also known for his roles in the films “Flight of the Navigator” (1986) and “The Day After Tomorrow” (2004). In addition to his acting career, Adler also works as an additional dialogue recording (ADR) technician for feature films.
Early Life and Career
Adler was born on December 8, 1966, in Los Angeles, California. He began acting in high school and appeared in several stage productions. After graduating from high school, Adler moved to New York City to pursue his acting career. He landed his first major role in the 1984 film “Reckless.” The following year, he starred in the iconic teen comedy “Teen Wolf.”
Adler has continued to work in the entertainment industry in recent years. He has appeared in the films “The Day After Tomorrow” (2004), “The Grudge 2” (2006), and “The House Bunny” (2008). He has also had guest roles on the television shows “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” (2003), “Cold Case” (2004), and “Desperate Housewives” (2005).
In addition to his acting career, Adler also works as an additional dialogue recording artist. He has worked on several films, including “The Dark Knight” (2008), “Iron Man 2” (2010), and “The Avengers” (2012).
Adler continued to find success in the 1980s, appearing in a number of popular films, including “White Water Summer” (1987), “North Shore” (1987), and “Dream a Little Dream” (1989). He also had a recurring role on the television series “The Wonder Years” (1988-1993).
Later Career and ADR Work
In the 1990s and 2000s, Adler continued to work steadily in film and television. He appeared in the films “Flight of the Navigator” (1986), “The Day After Tomorrow” (2004), and “Accepted” (2006). He also had recurring roles on the television series “Party of Five” (1994-1995) and “Just Shoot Me” (1997-2003).
In addition to his acting career, Adler also works as an ADR technician for feature films. ADR is the process of recording new dialogue for existing film or television footage. Adler has worked on ADR for films such as “The Dark Knight” (2008), “Inception” (2010), and “The Hunger Games” (2012).
Adler has been relatively quiet in recent years, but he has continued to work in film and television. In 2020, he appeared in the short film “The Other Side of the Wall.” He also had a guest role on the television series “Chicago P.D.” in 2021.
Adler is married to actress Laura San Giacomo. The couple has two children.
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