Matthew Worth has quickly established himself as a go-to baritone for contemporary productions and works at the cutting edge of opera. His distinguished repertoire spans roles like Guglielmo from Cosi fan tutte, Harlekin from Ariadne auf Naxos, Valentin from Faust and Tarquinius in The Rape of Lucretia among many more at Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, Lyric Opera of Chicago and Tanglewood Opera among many more.
Early Life and Education
Matthew Worth was born in Evansville, Indiana and is an American. He is married to Camilla and they share two children. Matthew stays fit through physical exercise and gym workouts; his body measurements include 43-32-36 inches.
He specializes in adoption, divorce, dissolutions, mediation, complex divorce litigation, child custody and support matters, property division and estate planning matters as well as domestic violence issues.
Dr. Matt is an expert in functional neurology, having received advanced training in the evaluation and management of traumatic brain injuries & concussion, vestibular disorders, movement disorders, cerebrovascular accidents and chronic pain syndromes. Additionally, he completed extensive postdoctoral training in clinical neurology as well as passed board certifying examinations.
Matthew Worth has found great success as an actor in both movies and TV shows, playing notable roles. Additionally, his musical abilities have earned him performance opportunities at events like Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade as well as other venues. Matthew is a regular on the Brotherly Love podcast where himself and two brothers discuss Boy Meets World.
Functional Neurologist Dr. Christopher Weiland is an internationally renowned functional neurologist specializing in the evaluation and treatment of traumatic brain injury/concussion, vestibular disorders, movement disorders, chronic pain syndromes and complex neurological conditions. Additionally, he is widely respected lecturer/teacher of voice.
He is best known for playing Guglielmo in Cosi fan tutte with Boston Lyric Opera and has premiered several contemporary works at the forefront of operatic innovation.
Achievement and Honors
Matthew Worth has earned much praise for his musical skills and unwavering dedication to helping others. As the executive pastor of Cornerstone Church in Orlando, FL he strives to spread messages of hope and faith across his congregation. Additionally he serves as a music professor as well as having written several books.
Worth’s distinctive voice has earned praise from The New York Times as “fully powered and persuasively expressive”, making him one of today’s premier baritones for contemporary opera productions and works that push boundaries in operatic art form. This season he will debut the role of Lieutenant Audebert in Tomer Zvulun’s world premiere Silent Night with Atlanta Opera before singing title roles in Soldier Songs by David T. Little with Cincinnati Opera before performing recitals with Tyson Deaton.
Matthew Worth is an internationally acclaimed baritone singer, performing with some of the world’s premier opera companies and orchestras. Additionally, he is an author and philanthropist.
He was profoundly shaped by his upbringing and family’s experience of displacement during China’s Cultural Revolution; Monita had to flee China for Hong Kong where she and her husband ran a fabric distribution company.
At that time, she met Matthew and later married him. They have two children. Matthew has an immense passion for sports – especially the University of Texas Longhorns! He regularly speaks at football games as an inspirational pregame speaker and also enjoys golf and writing his book entitled “Brothers on Life”, detailing both their lives together.
Matthew McConaughey has become an icon in Hollywood since his breakout performance in Dazed and Confused in 1992. Since then, he has gone on to star in several notable films – winning an Academy Award for Dallas Buyers Club as an Oscar nominee – and earned substantial sums through endorsement deals with Lincoln and Salesforce.
He is best known as the patriarch of TLC show Little People, Big World that depicts a family with dwarfism. From this show alone he has amassed millions of dollars, invested them into various business projects, written songs for Rascal Flatts and Casting Crowns as well as pen songs himself for other artists.
He owns properties in Malibu and Austin, Texas; the actor has a keen eye for purchasing high-end real estate.