Matthew Raudsepp is an actor, writer, musician, composer, and video producer working in Montreal and Toronto. A graduate of the John Abbott College Professional Theatre Acting program, where he received the Pamela Montgomery Award, Matt created and wrote The Plateaus (CBC web series) and plays the guy with the Nick Carter haircut, Davian, along side co-creator/star Annie Murphy (Schitt’s Creek). Recently, Matthew played Svec in the musical 'Once' (Segal Centre, Montreal 2018), and Johnny Casino in the Juste Pour Rire live musical production of Grease (2015). He also appears in Xavier Dolan’s film The Death and Life of John F. Donovan (2018), The Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair (MGM/Muse), and an Incendo movie 'Mad Mom’. As a musician, Matthew has toured Canada with his band, Honheehonhee, whose debut album, Shouts (2011), was released in North America and Japan. As a filmmaker, he has written and directed promos for Juno Award winner Justin Rutledge’s latest album, for which Matthew was nominated for a Canadian Independent Music Video Award, and his short doc ‘These Beds Together’ was selected by Roma Cinema Doc and Jelly Film festivals. Matthew is currently producing a video series called SOURCED+MADE promoting local and sustainable food sources, and writing and developing three comedy TV series and one 1-hour drama.
Portfolio website: www.mattraudsepp.com