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Matt Walton of 'One Life to Live'

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Matt Walton's film-buff lawyer father and mother led him to the stage by the age of five. He wrote his first comic book series, "The Further Adventures of Boba Fett," in second grade, and made his first movie, "The Twelve Labors of Hercules," in ninth grade, eventually continuing his direction with scholarships to performing arts academies and The Boston Conservatory, earning Cum Laude honors and a BFA in theatre.

Matt started his career in television and film in NYC, with roles in "Rescue Me," "Royal Pains," "Cashmere Mafia," and many others. He's appeared in over two dozen films, including "Burn After Reading," "200 American," and this year's Sundance underdog, "Armless." Commercially, you've seen him as spokesperson for Loews, Rooms-to-Go, Speed Stick's "Guy Mennen," Cablevision's "Optimum," and presently, "The Mike," in the wacky new Old Navy campaign. He also voices dozens of products, including Oxygen network, IFC, M & M's, Subway, Value City, Bass Ale, and MCI, to name a few.

Currently, Matt is seen as 'Elijah Clarke,' on the daytime series, "One Life To Live." He is also sports anchor for the Onion Sports Network, recently picked up by Comedy Central as a soon to be series.