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Matthew Rhys is a famous actor from Wales.
Rhys is well-known for his roles as Philip Jennings in 'The Americans' and Kevin Walker in 'Brothers & Sisters'. He also won a Primetime Emmy for that.
In cinema, he featured as Dylan Thomas in the film 'The Edge of Love' and as Daniel Ellsberg in the film 'The Post'. Rhys also starred in 'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood'. He assumed the title character in the HBO historical drama 'Perry Mason' in 2020. In Disney's 'The Owl House', he voices Emperor Belos.
Matthew Rhys has an estimated net worth of around $12 million.
Matthew Rhys earns around $4,00,000 per year.
Matthew Rhys is 5 ft 11 in (180.3 cm) tall.
Matthew Rhys is 48 years old. He was born on November 8, 1974.
Matthew Rhys was born as Matthew Rhys Evans in Cardiff, Wales. His native tongue is Welsh.
Matthew was raised in Cardiff and attended Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Melin Gruffydd and Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Glantaf, two Welsh-medium schools. He received the Patricia Rothermere Scholarship in 1993.
He applied to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London at age 17. He was enrolled after performing as Elvis Presley in a school musical.
Rhys had appearances in both 'House Of America' and the BBC police drama 'Backup' when he was a student at RADA. He went back to Cardiff to perform in the Welsh film titled 'Bydd yn Wrol' (Be Brave). Matthew received the BAFTA Cymru Award for Best Actor (Welsh BAFTAs) for his performance.
Since 2014, Rhys has been dating Keri Russell. She was his co-star in 'The Americans'. The couple had a boy as their first child in 2016.
Rhys travelled to New Zealand in January 1998 to film the colonial-era drama TV series 'Greenstone'. Then he got a part in 'Titus', an Anthony Hopkins and Jessica Lange-starring version of Titus Andronicus by Julie Taymor. He then acted in the comedy movie 'Whatever Happened To Harold Smith' directed by Peter Hewitt.
After moving back to Wales, he quickly collaborated on two films with Jonathan Pryce. It was 'Very Annie Mary', in which he portrayed Nob, and 'The Testimony Of Taliesin Jones'.
Matthew Rhys portrayed the title character in 'Metropolis' in 2000. After that, he featured in Nick Grosso's film adaptation of the play 'Peaches'.
Rhys traveled to Ireland to play the lead role in 'The Abduction Club'. He portrayed Darren Daniels, the main character in 'Tabloid' before going back to New Zealand to film the BBC's epic drama 'The Lost World'.
Matthew Rhys played poet Dylan Thomas in the biographical love quadrangle movie 'The Edge Of Love'. After being cast as lawyer Kevin Walker in the ABC television series 'Brothers & Sisters', Rhys relocated to Santa Monica. The program ran for five seasons before ending in 2011.
Rhys was then given the role of Jimmy. It was in the Off-Broadway production of John Osborne's play 'Look Back At Anger' by the Roundabout Theatre Company.
Rhys appeared in the ’80s Cold War espionage thriller 'The Americans' on FX alongside Keri Russell. The story centres on Russian KGB sleeper operatives Rhys and Russell, who portray married KGB agents with two children. Rhys won a Primetime Emmy for his role as Montgomery Reece in the sixth season of the show.
His other works include his role as Philip Jennings in 'Personal Life', Joseph Miller in 'Luster', Lord Byron in 'The Charming Man', New York Voice in 'Milk Wood'.
Matthew Rhys has been nominated for a number of awards for his role in 'The Americans'. He won the Critics' Choice Television and Primetime Emmy Awards for his role.
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