Matthew Hoffman Biography
Matthew Hoffman is an American television host and personality. He is the narrator on Love Island USA Season 1. Hoffman appeared to the public on ABC hosting the “Greatest Interview Ever With Matthew Hoffman” on “People’s List” ( ABC News / People Magazine) starring Jerry O’Connell.
He is also the host of celebrity interview show “Sit Down With The Stars” for Regal Cinemas. He has interviewed from Emily Blunt to Denzel Washington.
He has also appeared as a special correspondent for Extra, starring Mario Lopez. He hosts “You Know That Scene” for Focus Features, too.
He has done press tours for films such as Rocketman, Captain Marvel, Venom, and A Wrinkle in Time for Regal Cinemas, and Fandango. Hoffman was a red carpet host at the 2019 Independent Spirit Awards and Tony Awards. Hoffman also hosted Hollyscoop, a celeb competition show called The Games We Play. He was a correspondent on The Fran Drescher Show.
Matthew Hoffman Age
Hoffman has not shared information regarding his age, date of birth or when he celebrates his birthday.
Matthew Hoffman Family
Hoffman keeps his personal life away from the limelight. He has not yet disclosed any information regarding his father, mother and siblings.
Matthew Hoffman Girlfriend
Hoffman has kept his personal life very private. He has also not been into controversies or rumored to be dating anyone.
Matthew Hoffman Love Island
Hoffman took his flair for the dramatic to Fiji. He serves as the self-proclaimed “Voice of Love Island” in 2019. He is heard every at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access. Matthew is basically the reality dating competition version of a late night talk show host, which means that his jokes have to be written as quickly as possible and be funny AF the first time around.
Hoffman helps keep everything light by commenting on the action and often downright making fun of the Islanders.
Matthew Hoffman Philanthropy
After moving to to LA, Hoffman launched a weekly volunteer program and mini film series he calls “Tuesdays With Matthew.” In the show he dresses, directs, and films senior citizens — or “SCENE-iors,” as he calls them — in reenactments of classic films. In his own words, Hoffman raised thousands of dollars for the organization to date, and made many a Californian senior feel like a true thespian in the process.