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Matthew J. Hannon
June 11, 1964
Portland, Oregon, U.S.
|Other names||Mathew Karedas|
|Occupation||Actor, PR Liaison|
|Years active||1988–1996, 2014–present|
Karedas was unable to get any substantial roles after Samurai Cop and he disappeared from public interest for the better part of two decades. He was largely unaware of the cult following that Samurai Cop had attained.
Karedas has stated that he would check his IMDb page, and noticed that many people assumed that he was dead, although this may have been due to him legally changing his surname to Karedas in the early 90s. Karedas stated in an interview with RedLetterMedia that he was satisfied with the public thinking he was dead. He would regain attention when his daughter uploaded a video of him saying that he was indeed alive to YouTube. He has since returned to acting, reprising his role as Joe Marshall in the 2015 film Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance.
|1988||American Revenge||Angelo||Credited as Matthew J. Hannon|
|1991||Samurai Cop||Joe Marshall|
|1995||JAG||Serbian soldier||TV series|
Episode: "A New Life"
|2015||Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance||Joe Marshall||Credited as Mathew Karedas|
|2019||Enter the Samurai||Himself||Documentary on the creation of Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance|
Credited as Mathew Karedas
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