Matt Schulze (actor)
|Born||Matthew Steven Schulze
July 3, 1972
St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
Matthew Steven "Matt" Schulze (born July 3, 1972) is an American actor and musician.
Schulze was born and grew up in St. Louis, Missouri. At age 16, he moved to Atlanta, where he studied guitar at the Atlanta Institute of Music. He moved to Los Angeles in 1992 to be a studio musician, but ended up doing both acting and modeling. He appeared in a Levi's commercial, after living in Europe for two years.
Schulze made his big screen debut in 1998's action film Blade, as the character Crease. He was also in an episode of Charmed, titled "Dream Sorcerer", in which he went into the dreams of women and killed them. In 1999, Schulze was cast in a leading role in Woody Keith's film Dementia. His next film was the teen comedy Boys and Girls, where he had a small role as Paul. In 2001, he starred in Downward Angel. The same year he also appeared in The Fast and the Furious. Schulze returned in Blade II playing Bloodpack vampire assassin Chupa, and in the same year Schulze was cast as another villain in The Transporter. In 2004, he appeared in Torque.
Since then he has appeared in films including The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things, Seven Mummies, and Final Move. He has also appeared in an episode of CSI: Miami and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. He appeared in two films in 2007: The Flock and Mr. Brooks. In 2008, Schulze wrote, directed, and starred in the web series film The Acquirer (Episode 1). The film was shot on location in Paris, France, and was filmed entirely in high definition. Schulze stars opposite Tom Sizemore as Lucien, an international jewellery thief. He returned for the fifth installment of The Fast and the Furious franchise, Fast Five, reprising his role as Vince.
|2000||Boys and Girls||Paul|
|2001||Downward Angel||John Hunter|
|2001||The Fast and the Furious||Vince|
|2002||The Transporter||Darren "Wall Street" Bettencourt|
|2002||The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things||Kenny|
|2004||Out of Reach||Faisal|
|2006||Final Move||Dan Marlowe|
- Fast Five (2011). IMDb.com