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Matt Austin

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B: April 29, 1978 in Toronto, Ontario

Matt Austin is an actor, writer and director. He finished in the top of his class in both Journalism and Film Studies at the University of Western Ontario, then returned to Toronto to study film at both Centennial College and Humber College. His performance in Shawn Postoff’s short film Coming to Terms has been screened at over 30 International film festivals, broadcast on CBC and earned a Best Male Performance award at The Manitoba Film Festival and the Yorkton Short Film Festival. He plays Bridge Carson, aka Green SPD Ranger, in the Disney series, Power Rangers. The 2006 film titled Catch and Release is a 14-minute short, and should not be confused with the identically titled Jennifer Garner film which was also released in 2006, shot in Canada, and featured many Canadian actors. His 2009 film Don’t Forget About Me is a tribute documentary to ’80s teen film icon John Hughes.

Matt Austin was born Matthew Sam Austin and now goes by the name Matt Sadowski.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

Broke Body Saints (2000)
Coming to Terms (2000)
Release (2001)
Jackie, Ethel, Joan: The Women of Camelot (TV-2001)
If Wishes Were Horses (2002)
Talk Salo (2002)
Bar Life (2003)
Autobiography of an Insect (2003)
Dawn of the Dead (2004)
Denied (2004)
A Separate Peace (TV-2004)
This Town’s Called Crash (2005)
The Covenant (2006)
Catch and Release (2006)
Time Bomb (2008)

TV Series – Cast:
Spynet (2002)
Power Rangers S.P.D. (2005-)
Taste Buds (2008)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Queer as Folk (2003)
This Is Wonderland (2006)
Power Ranges Operation Overdrive (2007)

Aaron Stone (2010)

Credits as a Director:
Jimmy (2003)
Most Likely To (2007)
Don’t Forget About Me (2009)

There’s No Cartoons in Russia (TV-2011, documentary episode)
The Tape (2012, short)
S is for Bird (2012, short)

Credits as a Screenwriter:
Release (2001)
Jimmy (2003)
Credit Role (2004)
This Town’s Called Crash (2005)
Most Likely To (2007)
Don’t Forget About Me (2009)

There’s No Cartoons in Russia (TV-2011, documentary episode)
The Tape (2012, short)
S is for Bird (2012, short)