|Behind the scenes|
|First episode||Pilot (tv)|
|Last episode||"What Kind Of Day Has It Been"|
Professional life Edit
Matt began his career as a staff writer of Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. Eventually he worked his way up to Co-Executive Producer. He was dismissed from his job at Studio 60, officially for his "outspoken politics".  Matt went on to write several screenplays, including the critically acclaimed Removing All Doubt that would be directed by long time friend Danny Tripp.
Personal life Edit
Matt at one time dated Studio 60 star Harriet Hayes after leaving the show. It was reported by friends that they had parted ways prior to his return to the show. Matt is culturally and religiously Jewish, however, he is more of an agnostic Jew.
Return to Studio 60 Edit
Loss of writers Edit
Drug issues Edit
Relationship with Harriet Edit
Awards and Nominations Edit
Writers Guild of America Awards Edit
- 2006 Writers Guild of America Award for Original Screenplay WON