Hollywood has time and again guarded some of the finest, multi-talented, good-looking actors like expensive vintage. Under stringent non-disclosure agreements, A-listers have been wisely stepping in and out of obscure film studios and office buildings. If this comes across as uninteresting, it’s because the primary rule of the film industry is: do not disclose the role or look until the revelation of its release date and teaser.
Hollywood actor Matthew Sauvé is all set to begin shooting this fall for his upcoming feature film, which will be written and directed by Réza Sholeh. Speaking about the project, Sauvé said the positive response coming his way is incredibly “heart-warming,” adding that “I sometimes have to pinch myself, I’m truly living my dream.”
Sauvé, a Business-Marketing graduate, leaped into the film industry after spending several years of his life serving in the police department, while also performing as a stand-up comedian. Since the leap, he has impressed the finest Hollywood critics with his diverse performances in character roles. As a stand-up comedian, Sauvé got his due when he was selected as the opener for SNL Alumni Tim Meadows’ Canadian comedy shows, and followed it up with various television commercials, brand endorsements, and multiple TV and Film roles. He has managed to make his mark in Hollywood, and the number of accolades he has earned to date proves this. In his eventful acting career, Sauvé has won over 40 best lead actor awards around the world. He credits the success of his acting career to “putting in the work on a daily basis. Training then more training. Every actor possesses an instrument, how often you practice determines how good you will be.”
Hollywood is an ever-changing, dynamic entity, and Sauvé says he has learned to be wary of his choices. “New projects and recognition come with the responsibility of fulfilling expectations. I am happy to be a part of films that I feel attuned to. I am eagerly looking forward to kick-starting these new opportunities and begin shooting,” said Sauvé.
He believes his acting accomplishments were the catalyst for being hired to direct a casting session for Netflix’s series ‘Age of the Samurai.’ A project for which he was asked for by name. To further his acting skills and give back to the industry he loves, Sauvé has been teaching acting workshops for kids for over four years. With so much work to look forward to, it will be interesting to see Sauvé doing justice to the diverse roles coming his way.