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Matthew Gray Gubler is an American actor, filmmaker, fashion model, painter, illustrator, director, and author who was born on March 9, 1980. He is best known for his portrayal of criminal profiler Dr.Gubler has voiced Simon in Alvin and the Chipmunks and its three sequels, as well as The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, (500) Days of Summer, Life After Beth, Suburban Gothic, and Newness. Gubler was born on March 9, 1980, in Las Vegas, Nevada, to rancher and political consultant Marilyn (née Kelch) and attorney John Gubler.

He received his bachelor’s degree in film directing from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Gubler was discovered by a model scout while studying film at NYU and went on to work as a model for Tommy Hilfiger, Marc Jacobs, and American Eagle, among others, with DNA Model Management. On models.com’s top 50 male models list, he is ranked 46th. Gubler nabbed the part of Nico (a.k.a. Intern #1) as a result. Gubler’s leading role as Dr. Spencer Reid in Criminal Minds in 2005 was the result of this. Gubler had a minor role in the 2006 film RV as the shady Joe Joe. Along with Jason Lee (Dave), Justin Long (Alvin), and Jesse McCartney (Simon), he voiced Simon the chipmunk in Alvin and the Chipmunks (2007), Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel

In How to Be a Serial Killer (2008), he played Bart, the main character, and in (500) Days of Summer, he played Paul. In Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur, he provided the voice of Winsor (2011). Gubler won the Screamfest Award for Best Actor for his work in the zombie comedy Life After Beth and the film Suburban Gothic in 2014.

In All-Star Superman, he played Jimmy Olsen, and in Batman: Assault on Arkham, he voices the Riddler (2014). Gubler also starred in the films Band of Robbers (2015), 68 Kill (2017), Endings, Beginnings (2019), and Horse Girl (2019). (2020). He starred in the Hulu series Dollface, which premiered in 2019. Gubler made a documentary titled Matthew Gray Gubler’s Life Aquatic Intern Journal, a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film, while working on The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou.


On the set of Criminal Minds, he directed and starred in a series of self-deprecating mockumentaries titled Matthew Gray Gubler: the Unauthorized Documentary, in which he parodies Hollywood behaviour. The music video for The Killers’ song “Don’t Shoot Me Santa” was directed, edited, and co-produced by Gubler.

Brewster expressly asked Gubler to direct her last episode, but it was reported subsequently that she would return for Season 7. Gubler went on to direct the Criminal Minds episodes “Heathridge Manor” (7×19), “The Lesson” (8×10), “Alchemy” (8×20), “Gatekeeper” (9×07), “Blood Relations” (9×20), “Mr. Scratch” (10×21), “Elliott’s Pond” (12×06), “The Capilanos” (13×17), “Elliott’s Pond (14×05).

Gubler has been posting paintings on his website since 2005. A show of 12 watercolours by Gubler was exhibited in September 2005 at the Gallery of Fine Art in Ostrava, Czech Republic, and all of the pieces were sold.  His work was included in a group show named “Paper Cuts” at The Little Bird art gallery in Atwater Village, California, on September 6, 2008.  The Western Heritage Museum & Lea County Cowboy Hall of Fame received a painting by Gubler titled “Sandy The Mammoth.” His drawings were featured in Juxtapoz magazine in July 2010.Gubler’s original watercolour “Mushface” was sold on eBay for $10,100 in October 2011. The proceeds were donated to the Smith Center for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas by Gubler. In a 2013 interview with BuzzFeed, Gubler discussed his paintings. Rumple Buttercup: A Story of Bananas, Belonging, and Being Yourself, which Gubler wrote and illustrated, was released on April 2, 2019.

It’s marketed as a children’s book, but Gubler says it’s for people of all ages, “to let anyone who’s ever felt like they didn’t quite fit in know that they’re not alone… My hope in writing the book was to find a way to give the world a 136-page hug.” “Every single word, every single illustration, including the bar code and the lengthy copyright page,” he wrote or drew by hand in the book.  The book was ranked #1 in its category on the New York Times Best Seller list within weeks of its release.

Rumple Buttercup is a sensitive monster who is so self-conscious about his appearance – green skin, five crooked teeth, and three strands of hair – that he spends his life hiding in a sewer because he is afraid of being rejected by people.

Eventually, he realises that, despite his differences, people accept him. Gubler has been seen in promotional appearances wearing a 7-foot-tall Rumple costume or a banana peel on his head. He had intended to self-publish the book, but after his first meeting with the Random House publishers, he concluded that they would be a good fit for him: “The Random House publishers came to the meeting with banana peels on their heads, and I was immediately fascinated.”Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and New York City are where Gubler spends his time.

Gubler dislocated his knee while dancing in Los Angeles while filming (500) Days of Summer in 2009. The injuries necessitated three surgeries and the use of a cane for nearly a year, as was written into the Criminal Minds script. Gubler became a qualified minister on October 27, 2014, and on November 29, 2014, he officiated at the wedding of his Criminal Minds co-star Paget Brewster and Steve Damstra.

Happiness is sometimes described as a cuddly puppy, but it’s also Matthew Gray Gubler. During our sit-down interview in his trailer on set for the CBS drama, where he’s shooting scenes as Dr. Spencer Reid, the 35-year-old Criminal Minds star was nothing but kind, pleasant, and engaging. He welcomes us with a hearty hug as soon as we walk in the door, then leads us to the lunch line for an amazing array of fish tacos, chicken, and other delectable sides. Matthew hasn’t gotten the news that actors are notorious for only caring about themselves.

Gratitude is a recurring element in our hour-long conversation, and it’s a topic that comes up frequently. “I’ve seen that if you stay alive long enough and work hard enough, you’ll inevitably succeed,” Gubler adds. And he’s been a huge success. Gubler, who has been amusing others since he was able to walk and talk, is a natural-born performer. Gubler hasn’t lost his enthusiasm for acting or the procedural that has opened more doors than one can count in his 11th season on Criminal Minds. In the Alvin and the Chipmunks films (most recently in Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip), he plays Simon.

Happiness is sometimes described as a cuddly puppy, but it’s also Matthew Gray Gubler. During our sit-down interview in his trailer on set for the CBS drama, where he’s shooting scenes as Dr. Spencer Reid, the 35-year-old Criminal Minds star was nothing but kind, pleasant, and engaging. He welcomes us with a hearty hug as soon as we walk in the door, then leads us to the lunch line for an amazing array of fish tacos, chicken, and other delectable sides. Matthew hasn’t gotten the news that actors are notorious for only caring about themselves.

Gratitude is a recurring element in our hour-long conversation, and it’s a topic that comes up frequently. “I’ve seen that if you stay alive long enough and work hard enough, you’ll inevitably succeed,” Gubler adds. And he’s been a huge success. Gubler, who has been amusing others since he was able to walk and talk, is a natural-born performer. Gubler hasn’t lost his enthusiasm for acting or the procedural that has opened more doors than one can count in his 11th season on Criminal Minds. He recently shot his second music video for The Killers (“Dirt Sledding,” a follow-up to “Don’t Shoot Me Santa”), and has an indie film, Band of Robbers, set to release in January. Melissa Benoist, Hannibal Buress, Eric Christian Olsen, and others star in this modern-day retelling of Mark Twain’s legendary characters Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer. “It’s something I’ve always wanted to accomplish,” Gubler says. “I was a part of it, and I couldn’t be happier.”

But first, let’s get to know the actor better. You know what I’m talking about: Let’s go on a date!

Who do people believe you have the most in common with?


Gubler, Matthew Gray: That’s a fantastic question. Do you have any idea who it is? Young John Waters is a spitting image of his father. In the 1960s, he had me MC his UCLA Royce Hall event as him since I look uncannily like him. He used to have a lot of hair, and I kind of look like a cross between Steve Buscemi and him. On Criminal Minds, [John] came close to playing my father, and we became friends. We’ve worked together on two films. But, yes, it’s a carbon copy.

You’re going to laugh now, but Ryan Seacrest was my choice.Matthew: Are you serious?! Is it going to make him feel bad? [Laughs]Glamour: Of course you do! Especially if you’re as animated as you are right now.

Matthew: Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank I believe he is the hardest worker in the entertainment industry. You remind me of Belle, my favourite princess, because she’s intelligent and all-around lovely. She is one of my favourite people.

[laughs] Glamour: I knew I was looking forward to this interview. Thank you very much! So, Criminal Minds is on its eleventh season, and you’ve been in each episode. Can you sum up what this show has meant to you in a few words?

Wow, Matthew. It’s amusing that you inquire. It’s strange that it’s been on for so long because it doesn’t feel like that in any way. It’s still the second day. I can only think of one word to describe it: family. It is a true honour. I’ve always wanted to be a performer, and that’s all I’ve ever wanted to do. It’s incredible that I’ve had the opportunity to do this for so long.

Glamour: If you could go back in time and tell yourself something when you first went on set, what would it be?

Matthew: Not a single thing. It’s been a fantastic experience. I feel like a different person when I’m doing this work, which is probably why it’s gone by so quickly. Performing has always been a passion of mine. I find it strange that I enjoy auditioning. I’m equally at ease entertaining a single person as I am entertaining a million.

After all these years, with whom have you formed the strongest bonds among the cast?

Every single one of them, Matthew. When you work together for so many hours over such a long period of time, you see each other more than your own families. Joe Mantegna reminds me of my Los Angeles father. Mandy Patinkin is one of my favourite actresses. He felt like my best friend early on in the show. Shemar [Moore] reminds me of my younger brother. A.J. [Cook] is a sister to me. My best friend is Paget [Brewster]. Her husband was introduced to her after I married her.

Glamour: What has been the most exciting career opportunity that has arisen from Criminal Minds?

Matthew: Every day that I wake up and am alive makes me joyful. If you can get up every morning and your feet work—my leg was screwed up for a while due to my knee, but I loved it because I had my other leg! [Laughs] It was fantastic. I have thoroughly enjoyed every moment of it. It was a dream come true to play John Waters. One of the most recent was being offered this role in Life After Beth, a fantastic zombie comedy. I couldn’t understand why they were offering me the role of a big, jockish security guard. Perhaps they mistook me for Eric Christian Olsen or something? [Laughs] The director saw me on [Criminal Minds] one night and wanted to cast me as the polar opposite of my character on the programme. He asked me to portray the meathead since it’s a unique character. It was a privilege to play a role for which I am not well known and to do what I enjoy the most, which is humour. So that’s a fantastic result of my role as a mad nerd on Criminal Minds! [Laughs]

You direct, write, illustrate, and perform magic in addition to performing… What do you put down as your occupation at the DMV?

Matthew: Yeah, it’s a challenge. [Laughs] My profession is that of a storyteller. That’s exactly who I am. I’m just trying to tell a narrative and perhaps make people’s life more enchanting, whether it’s through the drawings I create or the stuff I direct.

Glamour: While we’re on the subject of manufacturing things, you recently designed these totes for the American Red Cross.

Matthew: I enjoy designing shirts, stickers, and buttons as part of my desire to accomplish everything possible, and the totes were just… There are a lot of bad things going out in the world, and the Red Cross assists everyone, so I just wanted to do something positive. So I designed a picture that said “I adore the universe” and decided to donate the money to that cause. I’m also sewing similar blankets for sick or orphaned children, and I expect to finish them in January or February. One blanket will be donated to a child in need for every blanket sold. Giving goods to individuals in need appeals to me.

Glamour: You were born in the city of Las Vegas. When did you get the acting bug?

Matthew: It’s the only thing I’ve ever wanted to do. I have a strange memory of being two years old and attending a party and thinking to myself, “This gathering is tedious! It’s time for me to freshen it up!” I got up and tried to do this incredibly stupid dance I saw Winnie the Pooh do, and I remember falling over and thinking, “This is it.”

Glamour: What were your parents’ reactions? Were they aware of what they were holding in their hands?

Matthew: They are the most wonderful, supportive parents a child could ever have. I’ve been showered with positive reinforcement—probably far too much!

Glamour: Marilyn, your mother, is a rancher and political strategist. What exactly does that imply?

Matthew: She’s a rancher, a jack-of-all-trades, a smart real-estate agent, and, above all, the sweetest mother. She’s a stunning natural force. She manages a ranch and spends a lot of her time on horseback, and she’s amazing.

Glamour: Isn’t your father, John, an attorney?

Yes, Matthew. He’s the closest thing to To Kill a Mockingbird’s Atticus Finch. He’s a superb example of honesty and sincerity. He looks like a cross between Abe Lincoln and Atticus Finch, and he dresses similarly. My parents are the best in the world.

You just shared a photo of yourself at the age of 11 during a Beach Boys performance. Describe who you were when you were that age.

Yes, Matthew! I’ve been wearing fedoras since I was six years old, and I wore that particular hat to a Beach Boys performance. Harry Anderson, an unknown magician/comic from Night Court, Penn and Teller, and Harry Houdini were my childhood heroes. I had the appearance of a gangster from the 1920s. Manny, the kid from Modern Family, has a special place in my heart. That guy speaks directly to my youth. And I was wearing these glasses that seemed to float about my head. Floaters was the name given to them. Because I was bullied a lot, they had a fishing line that attached around my ear, which was easier to fix than spectacles with bands. They’re arguably the ugliest glasses you’ve ever seen, but they’re quite useful.

Matthew: I’m not sure. I’m grateful for every bully I’ve ever encountered. It never affected me, which is why I appreciate them so much. I discovered early on that it pushed me to stay true to myself rather than trying to be someone I’m not… It just solidified who I was for me. I don’t think of it in terms of “poor me.” I was fortunate. It taught me a valuable lesson for which I am grateful.

Glamour: You worked as an intern for Wes Anderson, who urged you to audition for a role in Steve Zissou’s The Life Aquatic. How did you get the internship?

Matthew: We had to intern for a semester in order to graduate from film school. Wes is one of my favourite filmmakers, and he lives in New York and runs a production firm there, so I really wanted to work with him. I gave him a strange DVD of my own films, along with a note stating I’d love to fetch him coffee. [Laughs] I got lucky and got hired there, and it was a dream come true.

Glamour: Do you still have conversations with Wes Anderson?Matthew: Every now and then, yeah. I’m really fortunate because he was the first person to ever cast me in an acting role, and I’m grateful to him for that.

Glamour: Which component of your job makes you the happiest?Matthew: It sounds trite, but it makes people laugh. I believe it is critical to support children. Whether it’s The Chipmunks, Scooby Doo, or Batman, I’m really pleased of all the children’s entertainment I’ve worked on. It’s a great responsibility, so everything you can do as a performer to encourage children’s creativity and imagination is a noble thing to do.

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Who do people believe you have the most in common with? Gubler, Matthew Gray: That’s a fantastic question. Do you have any idea who it is? Young John Waters is a spitting image of his father. In the 1960s, he had me MC his UCLA Royce Hall event as him since I look uncannily like him. He used to have a lot of hair, and I kind of look like a cross between Steve Buscemi and him. On Criminal Minds, [John] came close to playing my father, and we became friends. We’ve worked together on two films. But, yes, it’s a carbon copy. You’re going to laugh now, but Ryan Seacrest was my choice. Matthew: Are you serious?! Is it going to make him feel bad? [Laughs] Glamour: Of course you do! Especially if you’re as animated as you are right now. Matthew: Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank I believe he is the hardest worker in the entertainment industry. You remind me of Belle, my favourite princess, because she’s intelligent and all-around lovely.

[laughs] Glamour: I knew I was looking forward to this interview. Thank you very much! So, Criminal Minds is on its eleventh season, and you’ve been in each episode. Can you sum up what this show has meant to you in a few words? Wow, Matthew. It’s amusing that you inquire. It’s strange that it’s been on for so long because it doesn’t feel like that in any way. It’s still the second day. I can only think of one word to describe it: family. It is a true honour. I’ve always wanted to be a performer, and that’s all I’ve ever wanted to do. It’s incredible that I’ve had the opportunity to do this for so long.

Glamour: If you could go back in time and tell yourself something when you first went on set, what would it be? Matthew: Not a single thing. It’s been a fantastic experience. I feel like a different person when I’m doing this work, which is probably why it’s gone by so quickly.

I find it strange that I enjoy auditioning. I’m equally at ease entertaining a single person as I am entertaining a million. After all these years, with whom have you formed the strongest bonds among the cast? Every single one of them, Matthew. When you work together for so many hours over such a long period of time, you see each other more than your own families. Joe Mantegna reminds me of my Los Angeles father. Mandy Patinkin is one of my favourite actresses. He felt like my best friend early on in the show. Shemar [Moore] reminds me of my younger brother. A.J. [Cook] is a sister to me. My best friend is Paget [Brewster]. Her husband was introduced to her after I married her. Glamour: What has been the most exciting career opportunity that has arisen from Criminal Minds? Matthew: Every day that I wake up and am alive makes me joyful. If you can get up every morning and your feet work—my leg was screwed up for a while due to my knee, but I loved it because I had my other leg! [Laughs] It was fantastic. I have thoroughly enjoyed every moment of it.

It was a dream come true to play John Waters. One of the most recent was being offered this role in Life After Beth, a fantastic zombie comedy. I couldn’t understand why they were offering me the role of a big, jockish security guard. Perhaps they mistook me for Eric Christian Olsen or something? [Laughs] The director saw me on [Criminal Minds] one night and wanted to cast me as the polar opposite of my character on the programme. He asked me to portray the meathead since it’s a unique character. It was a privilege to play a role for which I am not well known and to do what I enjoy the most, which is humour. So that’s a fantastic result of my role as a mad nerd on Criminal Minds! [Laughs]

You direct, write, illustrate, and perform magic in addition to performing… What do you put down as your occupation at the DMV? Matthew: Yeah, it’s a challenge. [Laughs] My profession is that of a storyteller. That’s exactly who I am. I’m just trying to tell a narrative and perhaps make people’s life more enchanting, whether it’s through the drawings I create or the stuff I direct. Glamour: While we’re on the subject of manufacturing things, you recently designed these totes for the American Red Cross. Matthew: I enjoy designing shirts, stickers, and buttons as part of my desire to accomplish everything possible, and the totes were just… There are a lot of bad things going out in the world, and the Red Cross assists everyone, so I just wanted to do something positive.

So I designed a picture that said “I adore the universe” and decided to donate the money to that cause. I’m also sewing similar blankets for sick or orphaned children, and I expect to finish them in January or February. One blanket will be donated to a child in need for every blanket sold. Giving goods to individuals in need appeals to me. Glamour: You were born in the city of Las Vegas. When did you get the acting bug? Matthew: It’s the only thing I’ve ever wanted to do. I have a strange memory of being two years old and attending a party and thinking to myself, “This gathering is tedious! It’s time for me to freshen it up!Glamour: What were your parents’ reactions? Were they aware of what they were holding in their hands?

Popular As Matthew Gray Gubler
Occupation Actor
Age 42 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 9 March 1980
Birthday 9 March
Town/City Las Vegas, Nevada
Country United States
Nationality American

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  • Date of Birth: 9 March 1980
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