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Join the Admiral, Shazam and Shadow as we chat it up with Matt Montgomery! Beginning with his first feature film role as Mark Reeves in the Festival Favorite “Gone, But Not Forgotten,” which played in over thirty film festivals around the world and was “Top Ten Best Seller” for TLA Video for 2003 and 2004, Matthew began his career in Independent Film Cinema with a bang. He went on to star as Marx in Daniel Lee’s “Journeyman,” a resolute Iraq war veteran who drifts in and out of the main character Anna’s life by way of rescue. “Journeyman” went on to receive Third Place Feature Film in the Twin Rivers Multimedia Film Festival in Asheville, North Carolina. Montgomery is also in development of two other features scheduled for a 2008 shoot in conjunction with Guest House Films LLC. In addition, March of 2008 has been scheduled as the worldwide DVD release of “Socket,” starring Matthew as Craig Murphy in this gay sci-fi thriller. Montgomery has allowed the development of a multi-faceted career with the emergence of his production company, Proteus Pictures. It’s doors will open with Matthew’s first feature, “Sticke Figures,” the story of a struggling artist from Chicago who returns home to a small town in Michigan after the death of his ex-girlfriend, only to discover that his inheritance is much more than he bargained for, and wears a dress. With his acting described as “stellar” by TLA Releasing, it’s assured that Matthew will continue to break into new ground in the film industry. Gary Kramer of Gay City News says, “Montgomery embraces his role, projecting the complexities of his character.” Matthew Montgomery has been involved in over 12 films and with a growing roster is one to surely be on the look out for on the red carpet soon. http://www.matt-montgomery.com/

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