Matthew Underwood is an American actor who has a net worth of $1 million. He began his career in the age of eight, when he won various talent contests. Soon after he went on pursuing his profession in Miami Florida with the aid of his representatives in The Green Agency. Hence he had an opportunity to show off his talent in various commercials and Television Pilots, including “Kids Line” and “E-Venture Children,” the first being a news reporting program for the minds of today’s youth along with the latter an educational program helping children learn about the cultures of societies abroad. Matthew’s first film appearance was supplying “additional voices” in the English edition of the 1999 Japanese animation picture “My Neighbors the Yamadas.” Underwood rose to fame with his portrayal of the egotistical, sexist, hot guy “Logan Reese” in the 2005 child’s show “Zoey 101.” Actually, he melted down hearts through Zoey for 4 years in approximately 90 countries throughout the world. He also appeared in the 2009 picture Reality Horror Night, where he played himself. In his off-screen life, he’d problems together with the law, being detained on suspicion of cannabis and paraphernalia possession in addition to contributing to the delinquency of a minor in April 2012.
April 23, 1990
Fort Pierce, Florida, United States
5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
United States of America
Joshua Underwood, Rebecca Underwood, Jacob Underwood
Reality Horror Night, Zoey 101: Goodbye Zoey?, Zoey 101: The Curse of PCA, Zoey 101: Spring Break-Up, Casper's Scare School, My Neighbors the Yamadas, Malcolm X, Zoey 101: Chasing Zoey, The Super School
He was originally considered for the role of "Troy Bolton" in the TV movie, High School Musical (2006).
Loves extreme sports once having had a VERY close encounter with alligators while barefoot waterskiing with his top 100 in the world ranked uncle in a canal in South Florida.
Life is full of confusion. Confusion of love, passion, and romance. Confusion of family and friends. Confusion with Life itself. What path we take, what turns we make. How we roll our dice. With a world so big, so vast, so many limitless opportunities, so many decisions that lead to endless possibilities of results. And every choice we make in our hearts, deep down we believe they are the right choice. The choice that will drive our souls forward and bring them to a direction of ultimate happiness. Whether we choose to hurt or to help, in our own soul, our beliefs, they are our own version of the right choice. Though some bring sadness and others bring joy, they always tend to set the path of our lives into a new direction. If we were to choose to believe in love, our own simple trend of true romance, and make choices and actions that lead us into a path of euphoric peace of mind, the thought of death by nature would be our only. The understanding of the human race would know No boundaries. Not all minds as one but all to it's equal representation of love and happiness. Religion, sex, race, orientation, language set aside, all greater or lesser thoughts of intellect and control would be toward a simple subject. The life of our own simple race. The human one. And the life we share with the other lives around us. With my life comes just as many choices as the next. And to some, they might not be the right ones. But in my mind, body, and soul, they drive my life as one of the human kind toward happiness and love. Though some choices may slow our journey, every path we take gives us more familiarity with how our actions affect the world around us. Giving us more opportunities to learn how to help ourselves and others. Some lessons take years to learn, with repeated exposure to the same path sometimes shadowed by the inner conscience of own souls. But eventually we learn, and our journey continues in another direction. Some lessons are harder to handle, the ones that don't break us down to the end of our journey, only allow us to climb higher mountains and break through stronger barriers.