Quick Facts of Niall Matter

Niall Matter, a Canadian-American actor, was close to being crushed within the drilling rig’s cab. After recovering from a catastrophic oil rig accident, Matter decided to pursue a full-time acting career. In 2007, he landed his first major part in the adolescent drama The Best Years.

The rest of his career took him away from science fiction, with roles in television movies and Canadian programs such as When Calls the Heart.

Who is Niall Matter?

Niall Matter is an actor and producer who has appeared in films such as The Predator (2018), Watchmen (2009), and Primeval: New World. He was born in Edmonton, Alberta, on October 20, 1980, and is of Irish and Russian heritage.

Niall Matter
Niall Matter smiling (Image source: Instagram)

Moreover, He and his brother Trevor grew raised on a dairy farm with his parents. Niall is a third-generation oil rigger who has spent the last eight years working on oil rigs in Northern Alberta. However, his parent’s names aren’t disclosed.

Niall Matter is married to Sara Bradley.

Sara and Niall have been in a loving relationship for years. Niall and Sara got married in Hawaii in July of 2016. Taking to Facebook, Niall posted beautiful pictures of himself and his wife from their wedding day. Even though the couple has been married for more than five years, their love for one another still appears to be strong.

In the same year they married, the couple had their first child, a girl. Niall Matter and his wife had their second child in 2018.

Niall Matter and his wife
Niall Matter and his wife Sara(Image source: Facebook)

Currently, a family of four lives in Los Angeles, California. Sara is a Canadian aspiring entrepreneur. However, owing to a lack of knowledge regarding her work life, we can only state that Sara is recognized as Niall Matter’s wife. Moreover, Matter formerly dated Serinda Swan, a Canadian actress with whom he is still acquainted.

What is his Net worth?

Niall Matter has a net worth of $4 million. Not to mention, he earned this hefty amount of money through his successful career as an actor. To date, he has appeared in over 15+ movies. Some of his amazing movies are The Predator, Watchmen, Frozen Love, and several others.

Niall matter with his horse
Niall matter with his horse(Image source: Instagram)

Moreover, Niall’s pay per episode of Eureka peaked at $60,000 during his third season as a key cast member. He received about $500,000 per year for his role on the program throughout seasons 3, 4, and 5.

Movies/Tv Shows and Career

When he was thirteen, he began taking theatre courses at the advice of a teacher. He went on to win the Best Actor award at the 1999 provincial drama championships, and he spent eight years working on drilling rigs in northern Alberta until suffering a catastrophic injury at the age of 25. 


Halloween looks at Niall and his wife, Sara. Image source: Instagram

His right leg was in danger of being amputated. However, after witnessing yet another terrible injury that resulted in a guy losing both of his legs, he stopped. To break into the acting industry, Niall returned to Vancouver and worked as a bartender.

More about his Career!

Niall’s first appearance was in the 2007 television series The Best Years. He then had a recurring role in the Stargate: Atlantis series, followed by the 2008 TV movie Beyond Loch Ness. From 2009 to 2010, he appeared as Rick Paxton on Melrose Place, and from 2011 to 2012, he played Greg on the rebooted version of 90210.

Niall played Zane Donovan on the TV show Eureka from 2007 to 2012. (also known as “A Town Called Eureka).

Niall Matter on The Father Christmas film series
Niall Matter as Ian McAndrick on The Father Christmas film series. Image source: Instagram

Furthermore, From 2012 to 2013, he played Evan Cross in Primeval: New World. Niall appeared in the 2014 television series Arctic Air and Tag Cummins. He has appeared in the movies, Watchmen and Exley. In addition, he has appeared in episodes of Fear Itself, Warehouse 13, and Motive.

Furthermore, the matter was nominated for a Leo Award for Best Lead Male Performance in a Dramatic Series in 2013.

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