He’s the former star who landed memorable roles in The Matrix and : Episode II – Attack of the Clones.

But despite his success in Hollywood, Matt Doran has revealed he still has a day job that helps pay the bills in between acting gigs.

‘I also do building work to keep myself busy and to pay the bills,’ the Australian actor, 46, told  on Wednesday.

Despite his success in Hollywood, former Home and Away star Matt Doran (pictured) still has a day job that helps pay the bills in between acting gigs 

‘It does take that pressure off,’ the father of two added.

When he’s not working on building sites, Matt takes on film and TV jobs whenever they arise, describing acting as his ‘main passion’.

‘When something comes along now, then great, I would love the opportunity, but if it is not there, no worries, I have other stuff to do and things to keep myself busy with, so it keeps me grounded,’ he said.

‘I also do building work to keep myself busy and to pay the bills,’ the Australian actor, 46, told The Daily Telegraph on Wednesday. (Pictured as ‘Mouse’ in 1999 sci-fi movie The Matrix)

Matt is best known to Australian audiences as Damian Roberts on Home and Away, a role he played between 1991 and 1996.

His Hollywood break came in 1998 with the Terrence Malick-directed war drama The Thin Red Line, before he was cast as ‘Mouse’ in The Matrix the following year.

He is also known for playing ‘Elan Sleazebaggano’ in Star Wars Episode II – Attack of the Clones.

Matt is best known to Australian audiences as Damian Roberts on Home and Away, a role he played between 1991 and 1996 

Closer to home, Matt has recently made appearances in TV shows like Doctor Doctor and Rake, as well as the 2019 film Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan

He describes the three U.S. If you loved this article so you would like to be given more info relating to bocoran slot gacor RTP tertinggi please visit our own internet site. blockbusters as ‘special films’ and considers himself ‘lucky’ to have worked on them.

Closer to home, Matt has recently made appearances in TV shows like Doctor Doctor and Rake, as well as the 2019 film Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan.

He can be seen at the Supanova Comic Con & Gaming Convention at Sydney Showground Homebush this weekend.

He is also known for playing ‘Elan Sleazebaggano’ in Star Wars Episode II – Attack of the Clones. (Pictured in the 2002 film with co-star Ewan McGregor)

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