Mati Moralejo

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Mati Moralejo (born Matthew John Moralejo[1]) is an actor and was a recurring personality on the Nickelodeon Games and Sports television network. He is regularly seen in 60 second featurettes highlighting lesser known sports from around the world called Global GAS.

Mati was also a host of a remake of Nickelodeon's Wild and Crazy Kids shown in 2002. As an actor he has had guest roles in Dawson's Creek, From the Earth to the Moon and The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo.

Mati grew up in the Town and Country area of Tampa, Florida, and graduated A.P. Leto High School in 1993. He teaches sports "from the four corners of your world" such as shovel racing, hydrospeeding, zorbing, pato, Kendo, reindeer racing, Futvolei, ice mountain climbing, dog sled racing, snow biking, outrigger canoeing and sand tobogganing.

Alongside Max Rubin, Moralejo co-hosted two seasons of the Ultimate Blackjack Tour on CBS, a blackjack tournament that used the Elimination Blackjack derivative created by poker player and World Series of Poker bracelet winner Russ Hamilton and featured a number of famous poker players and professional gamblers amongst it participants. Anthony Curtis, owner of the Las Vegas Advisor analysed all televised play and wrote the commentary delivered by Moralejo and Rubin.[2]

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