Matthew Vincent Lattanzi net worth is
Matthew Vincent Lattanzi Wiki/Biography
Matthew Vincent Lattanzi was born on the 1st February 1959, in Portland, Oregon USA, of Italian and Polish ancestry and is an actor and dancer, known for starring in the film “My Tutor” (1983) and series “Paradise Beach” (1993 – 1994). However, Lattanzi is mostly known for his family relations as he is an ex-husband of the actress and singer Olivia Newton-John. Matt was active in the entertainment industry from 1980 to 1994.
How much is the net worth of Matt Lattanzi? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of his wealth is as much as $1 million, as of the data presented in the middle of 2017. Acting and dancing are the main sources of Lattanzi’s modest fortune.
Matt Lattanzi Net Worth $1 Million
To begin with, the boy grew up in Portland, Oregon, and was educated at Benson Polytechnic High School.
Concerning his professional career, he debuted in the romantic musical film “Xanadu” (1980) directed by Robert Greenwald, in the role of the young Danny McGuire. Afterwards, the actor appeared in a small role in the drama film “Rich and Famous” (1981) by George Cukor. In 1982, Matt landed a supporting role in the musical comedy film “Grease 2” by Patricia Birch, then starred opposite Caren Kaye in the sex comedy film “My Tutor” (1983) directed by George Bowers – the box office of the film grossed $22.5 million, so his net worth improved too.
The actor was cast as the main in the comedy drama “That’s Life!” (1986) by Blake Edwards. And surprisingly, the song “Life in a Looking Glass” performed by Tony Bennett was nominated as the Best Music, Original Score for the Academy Award as well as received a nomination as the Worst Original Song for the Golden Raspberry Award both in 1987. Then, Matt Lattanzi was listed as the main cast actor of the romantic comedy film “Roxanne” (1987) starring Daryl Hannah and Steve Martin. He portrayed Denny Logan in the drama film “Blueberry Hill” (1988), followed in 1989 by landing the lead role in the motion picture “Catch Me If You Can” by Stephen Sommers. He starred alongside Matt Adler, Kristy Swanson and Burt Young in the film “Diving in” (1990) by Strathford Hamilton, then from 1993 to 1994, he was in the soup opera “Paradise Beach”, but afterwards, he was not seen on the screens until 2008, when he showed up in the episode of reality series “Rock the Cradle”, supporting one of the contestants of the show, his daughter Chloe.
It is worth saying the fact that Matt appeared in several music videos by Olivia Newton-John including “Can’t We Talk It Over in Bed”, “Toughen Up”, “Soul Kiss” and “Landslide”.
To conclude, all the above mentioned engagements have added sums to the overall size of Matt Lattanzi net worth.
Finally, in the personal life of the actor and dancer, he was married to Olivia Newton-John from 1984 to 1995; they have one daughter, Chloe Rose Lattanzi. Then he married Cindy Jessup in 1997, but in 2007 the two divorced.
|Full Name||Matt Lattanzi|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Date Of Birth||February 1, 1959|
|Place Of Birth||Portland, Oregon, U.S.|
|Height||5' 11" (1.8 m)|
|Education||Benson Polytechnic High School|
|Spouse||Olivia Newton-John (1984-1995), Cindy Jessup (1997-2007)|
|Children||Chloe Rose Lattanzi|
|Parents||Jeanette (née Slowikowski), Charles Paul Lattanzi|
|Movies||“Xanadu” (1980), “My Tutor” (1983), “Grease 2” (1982), “That’s Life!” (1986), “Roxanne” (1987), “Blueberry Hill” (1988), “Catch Me If You Can” (1989)|
|TV Shows||“Paradise Beach” (1993-1994), “Rock the Cradle” (2008), “Can’t We Talk It Over in Bed”, “Toughen Up”, “Soul Kiss”, “Landslide”|
|Paradise Beach||1993||TV Series||Cooper Hart|
|Diving In||1990||Jerome Colter|
|Catch Me If You Can||1989||Dylan Malone|
|Blueberry Hill||1988||Denny Logan|
|Olivia: Soul Kiss||1986||Video short uncredited|
|That's Life!||1986||Larry Bartlet|
|My Tutor||1983||Bobby Chrystal|
|Olivia Newton-John: Let's Get Physical||1982||TV Movie|
|Rich and Famous||1981||Jim, the Boy|
|Xanadu||1980||Young Danny McGuire / Xanadu Dancer|
|The 61st Annual Academy Awards||1989||TV Special performer: "I Wanna Be an Oscar Winner"|
|Rock the Cradle||2008||TV Series||Himself|
|E! True Hollywood Story||2006||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|The 61st Annual Academy Awards||1989||TV Special||Himself - Performer (Break-Out Super Stars of Tomorrow Musical Number)|
|Olivia Down Under||1988||TV Movie||Himself (music video: "It's Always Australia For Me") (uncredited)|
|The 55th Annual Academy Awards||1983||TV Special||Himself - Audience Member|
|Olivia Newton-John: Hollywood Nights||1980||TV Special||Himself (Audience) (uncredited)|
|Olivia Newton-John: Video Gold II||2005||Video|
|Retrosexual: The 80's||2004||TV Mini-Series documentary|