Matt has appeared in commercials for Nautica Jeans.
Matt is a model-turned-actor.
Matt has blue eyes and brown hair.
In 2008, Matt voiced the character named Will Farmer in the video game named Wargames: The Dead Code.
Matt collects action figures of characters from Star Wars, he also has one action figure of his character, Anakin.
In 2008, Matt appeared in the TV named The Cutting Edge 3: Chasing the Dream.
In order to prepare for his role in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Matt watched the entire The Clone Wars micro-series.
Matt is right-handed.
Matt got casted for the role of Anakin Skywalker in Star Wars: The Clone Wars only two days after auditionaing for the role.
He played Will in Disaster Movie. The character was the boyfriend of Vanessa Minnillo. Matt is said to resemble Nick Lachey, Vanessa's real life boyfriend, so the scenes were easier to film.
As of 2007, Matt resides in Los Angeles.
Matt made his film debut in 2004 in the movie Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius and made his debut on television in 2005 in the TV series 8 Simple Rules... for Dating My Teenage Daughter.
Matt's parents got divorced when he was a senior in high school.
Matt always wanted to get a degree in Sports Business.
Matt loves to build tree forts. He does it pretty regularly with his friends.
Matt really enjoys being outdoors, playing golf and relaxing at the beach.
Matt has a mother named Jana Burson and a father named Joe Lanter.
His favorite movie is Top Gun, which released in 1986.
He attended the University of Georgia after attending a community college for two years.
Matt is 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 metres) tall.
Matt Lanter was not in the original pilot for Commander In Chief. He was a re-cast.
Matt was on the reality show "Manhunt: The Search for America's Most Gorgeous Male Model" from Bravo and is listed on this site as "Matt Lauder". Although he did not win the contest, but managed to position himself in the top 10 contestants.
Matt: One of the greatest things about Star Wars is its fan base. To be a part of this whole community that likes to talk about it and have ideas of their own is just fun.
Matt: (His favorite part about voicing Anakin on "Star Wars: The Clone Wars") One of my favorite parts of recording Anakin is his witty, sarcastic banter that he has with both Ahsoka Tano and Obi-Wan Kenobi. I really enjoy those witty quips going back and forth between both of them. And it's fun to bounce off of James Arnold Taylor (Obi-Wan) and Ashley Eckstein (Ahsoka).
Matt: (On the difference between voice acting and on-screen acting) Voice acting still has the core of acting to it. You are still becoming a character, even if you're not on camera. You have to understand the motivation for saying certain lines and where the character is coming from at that point emotionally. At the same time, it is kind of like apples and oranges. When you do voice-over work, you don't have the pressure about landing on your mark or having your hair fixed or worry about how your body looks at a certain angle. However, sometimes what's nice with on-camera acting is that you have your body to work with. Your body language and facial expressions can help express a character's emotional state. And you don't have that in voice-over acting, so these things have to come through in your voice.
Matt: My friends in the neighborhood and I always loved to build tree forts. We always had at least one that we were working on.
Matt: I had a normal and fun childhood.
Matt: I have the confidence and willpower to succeed, and succeed I will if given a chance.