A graduate with honors of the prestigious University of California, Santa Barbara’s Acting Bachelor of Fine Arts conservatory, Matthew Horn prides himself in his strength and charisma as an actor.  During his time at UC Santa Barbara, Matthew developed his craft through comprehensive acting, movement and voice training, studying under the UCSB faculty and guest-lecturers, including Irwin Appel, Risa Brainin, Tina Landau, and the great American clown, Bill Irwin.  In addition to his training Matthew also performed in numerous classic and new productions at UCSB.  Highlights include premiering new plays by esteemed playwrights Barbara Lebow and Shannon Sullivan, and playing Woyzeck in Woyzeck.

After graduating, Matthew moved to Los Angeles, where he has been featured in the original series HACkS, Inside Room 334, as well as landing a supporting role in Cima Productions' thriller, Enter the Dangerous Mind, starring Nikki Reed and Jake Hoffman, which premiered at the 2013 SXSW Film Festival.  He has also appeared on stage in Laura Richardson’s original play Lady Liberty at the Actor’s Art Theatre in Los Angeles.  Matthew's most recent project was working as Assistant Editor on Space Station 76, SXSW 2014's buzziest indie sci-fi feature, written and directed by Jack Plotnick and starring Patrick Wilson, Liv Tyler and Matt Bomer.

In addition to acting, Matthew is passionate about cooking and traveling, having found himself exploring exotic locales ranging from the urban cityscapes of Tokyo and Moscow through the ancient fortifications of crusader castles in Syria and Lebanon.  A native of San Francisco, CA, Matthew loves the Giants, hiking in the Marin Headlands and Griffith Park.