He soon received the role of Ian Kipling on popular television series All My Children.
Debuting through All My Children, Matt made minor as well as major appearance in various television series like Guiding Light, Relic Hunter, Tru Calling and North Shore before he made his debut film appearance in 2005 through the movie Flightplan.
The 37 years old actor began his journey as an actor when he was in her early 20s and has proved to be one of the most talented personalities of the industry through his performance in films and television series such as The Normal Heart, Chuck, White Collar, and many others. An actor with dynamic personality, Matt has revealed his sexuality as gay.
He starred as Luc, Tru's (Eliza Dushku) ill-fated love interest, in Tru Calling (2003–04), a supernatural, science-fiction television series on the Fox television network.
One of those rights, of course, is same sex marriage.
The mag reveals Bomer, who has 6-year-old twin sons and an 8-year-old son with Halls, married the Hollywood publicist back in 2011. Upon hearing about the project, he "just wanted to be involved …in some capacity." PHOTOS: Celebrity LGBT allies "At [the time when I read it], I was clueless and obviously in a different place in relation to my sexuality," he admitted.
"I was in romantic relationships with girls—whatever that means at 14.
Acknowledged as Matt Bomer, he is one of the most admired American actors whose attractive personality and successful career have earned him a huge fan base. He has a brother named Neil and a sister named Megan.
Matt has played major roles in other television series such as Traveler, Chuck and White Collar.