Matt Lattanzi Net Worth 2022
Chris is estimated to have a net worth of $3.5 million dollars at present. He has accumulated his net worth with the versatility he has shown in each field he has worked in.
His main source of earnings is from his acting and dancing career.
Matt Lattanzi Biography
Matthew Vincent Lattanzi (born February 1, 1959) is a former actor and dancer from the United States. He is best known as Dame Olivia Newton-first John’s husband, as well as for his roles in films such as My Tutor and the soap opera Paradise Beach.
Matt Lattanzi Age
Matt is 63 years old as of 2022, he was born on February 1, 1959, in Portland, Oregon, the United States as Matthew Vincent Lattanzi.
He celebrates his birthday every year with his family and close friends, his zodiac sign is Aquarius.
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Matt Lattanzi Parents and Education
Lattanzi was born in Portland, Oregon, and raised there as the son of Jeanette (née Slowikowski) and Charles Paul Lattanzi.
His father was an Italian maintenance foreman, and his mother is of Polish ancestry. In 1977, he graduated from Benson Polytechnic High School.
Matt Lattanzi Marriage and Divorce
Lattanzi met Olivia Newton-John while filming Xanadu, and they married in 1984. Chloe Rose Lattanzi, the couple’s only child, was born on January 17, 1986.
His acting career was largely over by 1993, and he went to work as a contractor for a homebuilding company in California.
In 1993, Lattanzi and Newton-John relocated to Australia so that he could audition for the soap opera Paradise Beach. He was awarded a six-month contract for the show.
Lattanzi and Newton-John announced their divorce on April 24, 1995. Lattanzi was in a relationship with Cindy Jessup from 1997 to 2007.
Lattanzi appeared briefly in the MTV reality series Rock the Cradle in 2008, supporting his daughter Chloe (a contestant on the show).
Lattanzi, a lifelong environmentalist, was reported to be living off the grid near Malibu, California, the same year. He is now a resident of Portland, Oregon.
Matt Lattanzi Career
Lattanzi made his feature film debut as a dancer in the 1980 film Xanadu.
Lattanzi’s filmography is mostly comprised of minor roles, though he did have a starring role in 1983’s My Tutor.
Rich and Famous, Grease 2, That’s Life!, Roxanne, Catch Me If You Can, and Diving In are among her other film credits.
Lattanzi also appeared in four of Newton-music John’s videos, including “Landslide,” “Soul Kiss,” “Toughen Up,” and “Can’t We Talk It Over in Bed.”