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W 1996 roku ukończył Klein High School w Spring w stanie Teksas, do której uczęszczał wspólnie z aktorami Lee Pace'm i Lynn Collins.
Debiutował na szklanym ekranie niewielką rolą Iana Kiplinga w operze mydlanej ABC Wszystkie moje dzieci (All My Children, 2000).
W roku 2006 pojawił się w jednej z głównych ról w slasherze Jonathana Liebesmana Teksańska masakra piłą mechaniczną: Początek (Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning).
Od 2009 wciela się w postać Neala Caffreya, złodzieja zmuszonego pomagać FBI w najtrudniejszych dochodzeniach, w serialu komediowo-kryminalnym stacji USA Network Białe kołnierzyki.
Swoją pierwszą główną rolę Luca Johnstona zagrał w pierwszym sezonie serialu Prawdziwe powołanie (Tru Calling, 2003-2004).p .main-container #login input[type=text], .main-container #login input[type=password] .main-container #login input[type=text] .main-container #login input[type=password] .main-container #login div .main-container .remember-forgot .main-container .main-container .main-container #login div label .main-container button .main-container #social .main-container #social span .main-container #social span.facebook .main-container #social span.google .main-container #social span.twitter .main-container #social span.yahoo .main-container .main-container .Related | Gallery: Hollywood Love Bomb, Matt Bomer This time Bomer plays Monroe Stahr, a self-invented Jewish director in the mold of Irving Thalberg, one of early Tinseltown’s great producers. Scott Fitzgerald’s unfinished novel of the same name,, about the fraudulent and discredited journalist Stephen Glass. Within the first 30 seconds I said “shit” on the air. AR: We went to commercial and Hoda was like, “Hey, not a big deal, but you did curse.” MB: She low-key scolded you? It was like a ghost town for a while, so people in the service industry were getting laid off in order of seniority. My dad called me afterwards and said, “I saw some of myself up there on screen — it was really odd, but beautiful.” So it reconnected us in a great way. I think anybody who asks that question is really showing they have such a limited scope of who people are.I told the writers, “Give me the craziest shit you’ve ever given anybody.” And they obliged. She was kind of the grande dame’s daughter, so a very precious character to those who followed the show. MB: And then she found out about it — and dumped me. But my favorite part of that entire experience was the writers coming up to me as I’m getting wheeled off the set in my hospital gown and saying, “Listen, if you ever want to come back, we’ve got it all figured out.” And I always wanted to know, what was it going to be? MB: I loved the experience, and it was like a great graduate school. MB: It’s about a father and a son who are at odds and have been out of each other’s lives. AR: Was there a flash forward to being a father to a full-blown teenager? His character is probably more extreme than our children will ever be, and I think my character is more extreme than I’llever be. It was not an environment where it was safe to be gay. That’s actually the reality for a lot of people all the time, and it’s not just a smack in the face — it’s a thing they’re constantly navigating.I’ll tell you what happened to my character in the course of a year and a half. I’d get yelled at by airport staff: “Don’t do Mara wrong! No one is giving you a lot of suggestions, so you have to learn how to make choices really quickly and trust your instincts. The son has been living with his mother in Houston and comes back to Montana, where the two of us reconnect on a hunting trip. MB: I remember when I traveled to Ireland to work abroad when I was in college.