He played “Sherlock Holmes,” The White Knight in SyFy’s “Alice,” Moloch the Mystic in “Watchmen,” the next door neighbor in “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids,” and, of course, the 1980s icon “Max Headroom.” From SVCC, our host Richard talks to actor Matt Frewer about his amazing acting career.
Video Content: Matt Frewer (2017)
Recorded at Silicon Valley Comic Con, SIDEWALKS host Richard R. Lee talks to actor Matt Frewer about his career, performing “Max Headroom,” starring in the sitcom “Doctor, Doctor,” his all-time favorite roles, and his hobbies away from the cameras.
Born in Washington, D.C and raised in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, Matt Frewer is best known for playing “Max Headroom” in various projects, including a UK Channel 4 network series, Coke commercials, and a short-lived ABC series. Other series roles include the CBS sitcom “Doctor, Doctor,” “Eureka,” “Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal,” and “Orphan Black,” as well as playing Sherlock Holmes in four Hallmark Channel TV-movies. Frewer appeared in many films, such as “Watchmen,” “50/50 ,” “The Fourth Protocol,” “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids,” ”National Lampoon’s Senior Trip,” “Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb,” “Pixels,” and the 2004 remake of “Dawn of the Dead.” He was in miniseries “The Stand,” “Taken,” and “Alice.” Frewer has done many voice roles, including performing in “Toonsylvania,” “Hercules,” ” Gargoyles,” “Incredible Hulk and Iron Man,” and “Aladdin.”
Recorded: April 22, 2017
Host / Producer / Editor: Richard R. Lee
Videographer: J.P. Langston
Production Crew: Rebeca Zuniga, Lori Rosales, Wendy Darling
Special Thanks To: Silicon Valley Comic Con, Warner Bros. TV Distribution, Channel 4, CBS Studios / Paramount, SyFy, Hallmark.