The Life and Career of Matt Lintz: Age, Siblings, Height, Net Worth

Who is Matt Lintz?

American actor Matthew ‘Matt’ Lintz was born under the zodiac sign Gemini on 23 May 2001 in Georgia USA. He has 20 acting credits, and is perhaps known best for playing Henry in 11 episodes (2018-2019) of the critically acclaimed horror thriller series “The Walking Dead”, which starred Melissa McBride, Norman Reedus and Andrew Lincoln, was created by Frank Darabont, and aired from 2010 through 2022. It follows a group of people trying to survive in a world overrun by zombies; the series won 84 of the 320 awards for which it was nominated.

Matt’s currently shooting for the upcoming movie “Grizzly Night”.

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Early life and education

Matt was raised alongside his three siblings Mackenzie, Macsen and Madison in Georgia, by their father Marc and mother Kelly Collins Lintz; Kelly’s an American actress with 38 credits to her name, while she’s perhaps known best for starring as Emmy in the 2016 biographical family movie “Miracles from Heaven”.

Matt’s parents began taking him to auditions when he was three, and he was four when he appeared in his first commercial. He went on to take acting lessons and was eight when he made his debut film appearance, portraying Mark in the 2009 horror “Halloween II”, which starred Malcolm McDowell, Tyler Mane and Scout Taylor-Compton, and was written and directed by Rob Zombie. It follows the return of serial killer Michael to Haddonfield, Illinois and the movie won one of its two award nominations.

Matt was homeschooled because of his acting career; he took and passed his GED tests in 2019, and then didn’t enroll at college.

Roles in movies

In 2010, Matt played Distraught Son in the popular horror thriller “The Crazies”, which starred Danielle Panabaker, Timothy Olyphant and Radha Mitchell, and was directed by Breck Eisner. The movie follows a virus which has begun spreading around a farming town following the crash of a mysterious plane, and it was nominated for 11 awards.

A couple of Matt’s following roles were in the 2010 family drama “The Way Home”, the 2011 musical family comedy “A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song” and the 2011 adventure family comedy “Level Up”. The year 2012 saw him play Shawn Kersjes in the family drama “A Smile as Big as the Moon”, which starred Logan Huffman, Jessy Schram and John Corbett, and was directed by James Steven Sadwith. It follows the life of a special education teacher and the film won two of its three award nominations. Also in 2012, Matt appeared in the horror science fiction comedy “Piranha 3DD” and the romantic comedy “What to Expect When You’re Expecting”.

In 2014, he portrayed Eric Webb in the biographical crime drama “Kill the Messenger”, which starred Jena Sims, Robert Patrick and Jeremy Renner, and was directed by Michael Cuesta. It follows American journalist Gary Webb who investigated the involvement of the CIA in the ‘90s crack cocaine distribution in Los Angeles, and the film won three of its nine award nominations.

Matt’s since appeared in only two movies: the 2015 action fantasy comedy “Pixels” and the 2016 biographical action “Free State of Jones”.

Roles in TV series

Matt’s debut TV series role was playing Scotty Groves in the 2010 episode “Baby, Let’s Play House” of the crime comedy “Memphis Beat”, and the following year saw him play Chris in the episode “Farewell to Arms” of the romantic war drama “Army Wives”.

In 2012, he played Jack in the episode “The Children’s Crusade” of the action adventure “Revolution”, which starred Giancarlo Esposito, Tracy Spiridakos and Billy Burke, and was created by Eric Kripke. Set 15 years after a permanent global blackout, the series follows a group of people trying to liberate the US from a tyrannical militia; the series aired from 2012 through 2014 and won four of the 15 awards for which it was nominated.

Matt appeared in two TV series in 2013: he played Horace in the episode “Wicks” of the crime action “Banshee”, and Thomas Grey in the episode “John Doe” of the action crime adventure “Sleepy Hollow”.

In 2018, he portrayed Stevie Taggert in 10 episodes of the critically acclaimed crime mystery “The Alienist”, which starred Luke Evans, Dakota Fanning and Daniel Bruhl, and follows criminal psychologist Dr. Laszlo Kreizler and newspaper illustrator John Moore as they’re trying to catch a serial killer in New York State in the 19th century. The series aired from 2018 through 2020, and won three of the 29 awards for which it was nominated.

Matt’s appeared in only one other TV series, starring as Bruno in all six episodes of the 2022 action adventure comedy mini-series “Ms. Marvel”.

Other credits

Some of Matt’s talk-show appearances have been in “Burning Questions”, “Marvel Studios: Assembled” and “Star Confessions Podcast”.

Awards and nominations

Matt won a 2020 Merit – Honorary Award for his performance in “The Walking Dead”.

Love life and relationships

Matt rarely speaks about his love life in public but we know that he’s been in a relationship with Gracie Sapp since January 2022; the two could’ve been seen attending various events together, and Matt’s revealed that at the same time Gracie’s his best friend.

Gracie’s an American model and beauty pageant contestant who was once crowned Miss Kentucky Teen; she’s today followed by close to 10,000 people on Instagram, and has posted over 130 pictures and videos, with most showing her during her everyday life, whether she’s dressing up for Halloween, spending time with her friends or travelling around the world with Matt.

There are no other girls whom Matt’s perhaps been with, that we know about; he’s in a relationship with Gracie Sapp as of November 2023, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Matt’s followed by more than 170,000 people on Instagram and has posted 50 pictures and videos onto the network, with most featuring him spending time with his girlfriend, shooting for his TV series and movies, and travelling; he’s recently taken Gracie to Paris, France.

Matt likes to wear costumes, and loves to attend Halloween parties.

He’s into working out, and has multiple training sessions at the gym every week.

One of Matt’s favorite bands is The Lumineers, and his favorite song is “The Ballad of Cleopatra”.

Russell Crowe’s one of his favorite actors, and a couple of Matt’s favorite films are “Gladiator”, “Robin Hood” and “The Pope’s Exorcists”.

Height, age and net worth

Matt’s age is 22. He has brown hair and eyes, weighs around 150lbs (67kgs) and is 5ft 8ins (1.72m) tall.

Matt’s net worth’s been estimated at over $500,000, as of November 2023.

Martha Clifford

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