That Guy Actor of the Week: Matt Frewer

Some of you might remember the character Max Headroom.    First it started off as some dumb character that acted kind of like a robot and then it actually evolved into a show in the late 80s.   Anyway, most people never really knew the guy behind Headroom.  It was Matt Frewer.  Even less people know that Frewer is an actor whose been in a ton of stuff.   In fact he’s got 114 titles to his name.

You might also remember him as the neighbor in Honey I Shrunk the Kids or as Moloch in Watchmen.    Bottom line is that this guy’s been around and he’s actually a fun actor to watch.   I highly recommend you see more of his stuff.

A clip of Max Headroom after the jump….




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