Matt Nagin is an actor, comedian, director and writer.  As an actor he's had leading and supporting roles in numerous film and tv projects. His performances have been showcased at The Tribeca Film FestivalThe Hoboken International Film Festival, The Los Angeles Cinefest, The Michigan International Film Festival, The Macabre Faire Film Festival, Roma Cinema Doc, WILLiEFEST, The Russian International Film Festival, Mediterranean Film Festival Cannes (Winner: Best Short Film), Hollyshorts, International Film Festival Manhattan and The Best Shorts Competition (Winner: Award of Recognition) name just a few.  Additionally, Matt has appeared on a wide range of TV shows--(at least one of which was awarded an Emmy)--on such channels as A&E, Investigation Discovery, The Travel Channel, MTVTLC, Animal Planet, National Geographic, and Lifetime.
As a standup, Matt performed on The Dr. Steve Show (WPIX), on APTV where he hosted the 2015 The Winter Film Awards, on The Wendy Williams Show (FOX), and at The Edinburgh Comedy Festival.
Matt's rants and social commentary have appeared on The Audio Henchmen Podcast as well as on The Ed Tyll Show on Big810AM. 
You can catch Matt performing standup in the NYC area at venues such as Broadway Comedy Club, Gotham Comedy Club, Eastville Comedy Club, and Tribeca Comedy Lounge. He also produces the monthly showcase Matt Nagin Presents at major clubs throughout the city. In August of 2013 Matt performed his one man standup show, Woolly Mammoth Panic Attack, at 59E59 Theaters where it sold out as part of The East to Edinburgh Festival. The performances in Scotland were a terrific success, with critics awarding his show four star reviews and deeming it "brilliantly irreverent" and a "stellar success."  

Matt has obtained press in The New York Post, Stagebuddy, The NY Press, Discover HollywoodThe Jewish Chronicle, NY.Theater.Com and more. Additionally, he is an experienced writer with an extensive publication history. He recently published short humor pieces in The Higgs Weldon and Points In Case, and he's published articles, poems and fiction in such markets as The Humor Times, Mic, Antigonish ReviewThe New York PostWriter's Digest and Grain Magazine

Matt tries to give back, and, for the past few years, has served as a Talent and Show Coordinator for The Gotham Comedy Foundation. With the help of GCF founder Bill Drewes, and Gotham Club Owner and C.E.O. of the GCF, Chris Mazzilli, Matt hosts and produces comedy shows at cancer centers and senior homes.

Finally, Matt recently combined his numerous interests by writing, directing, and acting in his own short film, Inside Job, which premiered at The Mediterranean Film Festival Cannes where it won Best Short Film out of more than 20 films in competition. For more information about the short, please visit the official IMDB page

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