Matthew McConaughey

Matthew McConaughey made an impassioned plea to lawmakers for new gun control measures at the White House.
"As divided as our country is, this gun responsibility issue is one that we agree on more than we don’t," said the actor, who hails from Uvalde, Texas.
“This is an epidemic we can control. We all know we can do better. We must do better."
It's often been reported that Matthew turned down Leonardo DiCaprio's role, but he's insisted that's "not factual".
The Oscar-winning actor says the right has been fed fake news and shouldn't be expected to accept President-elect Joe Biden's victory.
The actor shared how he and Camila Alves McConaughey parent their three children.
"How much do I love that guy? I know, a lot," Garner said of her frequent co-star.
The Oscar winner's interview on Australia's The Project took an awkward turn when asked “how he felt” about US president Donald Trump.
“It was tough for eight years, but we went through it, and we’re on the other side of it," the Oscar-winning actor said.
"Nobody or nothing could kill him. Except mum," the Oscar winner wrote in his new memoir.