Future Friends TV series co-star Matt LeBlanc appeared as Vinnie Verducci, a one-time boyfriend of Kelly Bundy, on a fifth season episode of MWC titled The Top of the Heap, which was spun off into a short lived spinoff, also titled Top of the Heap.
|General Actor Information|
|Birth Name:||Matthew Steven LeBlanc|
|Born:||July 25, 1967|
|Also known for:||role as Joey Tribbiani on NBC-TV series Friends|
|Character/Appearance on MWC:||Vincent "Vinnie" Verducci in MWC episode "The Top of the Heap" and the spinoff series Top of the Heap (1991)|
Matt LeBlanc (born July 25, 1967) appears on on Married...with Children as Vincent "Vinnie" Verducci, a boyfriend of Kelly's, and a construction worker, and one of the two main characters on the FOX MWC spinoff series Top of the Heap. where he appears with his father, Charlie Verducci (played by Joseph Bologna), who is an old friend of Al's. Matt is best known for his role as Joey Tribbiani on the long-running NBC sitcom Friends and its spin-off Joey. In 2011, LeBlanc began starring as a fictional version of himself in Episodes, a BBC Two/Showtime television series created by Friends co-creator David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik. LeBlanc won a Golden Globe award for his work on Episodes, after being nominated three times for his work as Joey Tribbiani on Friends. LeBlanc currently stars on the CBS sitcom Man with a Plan.
Personal life Edit
In May 2003, Matt married Melissa McKnight, a former model. McKnight and LeBlanc had been introduced in 1997 by her friend Kelly Phillips, wife of actor Lou Diamond Phillips, and LeBlanc proposed to her a year later. Their daughter Marina, born in 2004, began suffering seizures at age eight months, which affected her motor skills. By the time she was two years old, however, the condition, thought to be a form of dysplasia, had largely receded.
In 2005, LeBlanc married actress Andrea Anders (with whom he starred in "Joey"); they divorced on October 6, 2006.
- ↑ Wulff, Jennifer. "Matt Leblanc's Surprise Split", People, vol. 65, no. 15, April 17, 2006. Retrieved November 3, 2010.
- ↑ "Matt LeBlanc's Other Woman". People. April 6, 2006. http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,1180477,00.html. Retrieved March 27, 2009.