Matthew Sussman

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Matthew Sussman
Born (1958-03-08) March 8, 1958 (age 56)
New York City, New York, United States
Other names Nathan Price
Years active 1990–
Website
MatthewSussman.com

Matthew Sussman (born March 8, 1958 in New York) is an American actor, photographer, and documentary filmmaker.

Sussman graduated from Brown University and was trained at the Yale School of Drama.

Sussman has appeared in numerous films, including Kate & Leopold and Pollock, in which he played the artist Reuben Kadish. Sussman also appeared in three episodes of The Sopranos in 2000 and 2002 as Dr. Douglas Schreck. Other films include John Turturro's Mac and Illuminata. His television work includes appearances in Sex and the City, Law & Order, and the short-lived Peter Berg series Wonderland.

On the New York stage Sussman appeared in MCC Theater's premiere of Tim Blake Nelson's The Grey Zone, directed by Doug Hughes. He was also a member of the original Broadway company of Angels in America, and the U.S. premiere of Shopping and Fucking with Philip Seymour Hoffman and Justin Theroux. He also had major roles at the Seattle Repertory Theatre, Portland Stage, and Steppenwolf Theater in Chicago.

Credited as Nathan Price, he worked as a voice actor on many anime dubs, primarily for 4Kids Entertainment. His best-known voice role was that of Meowth in the Pokémon anime for the first thirty episodes. He also voiced Gravos and King Moros in Slayers Next.

In 2001, Sussman began working on a series of documentaries for a variety of international television production companies. In 2007, he directed the documentary feature film Who is Norman Lloyd, which premiered at the 2007 Telluride Film Festival followed by a run at New York's Film Forum.[1] He was the associate producer and narrator of World Wedding, on TLC and Discovery International.

As a photographer Sussman focuses on commercial work, portraits, celebrities, and music. He is the house photographer at New York's Village Vanguard.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Seitz, Matt Zoller. "Surviving Hitch, Welles and Time," New York Times (Nov. 23, 2007).

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