MATTHEW SUSSMAN's (Reuben Kadish) distinguished career has spanned the mediums of film, theater, and television. On the big screen, in addition to "Pollock," Sussman has appeared in John Turturro's "Illuminata," "Picture Perfect," with Jennifer Aniston, Mimi Leder's "The Peacemaker," Turturro's "Mac," "The Killing Zone," and "The Visitors."
On Broadway, Sussman appeared in "Angels In America," directed by George C. Wolfe. Off-Broadway and regionally, Sussman has starred in numerous stage productions, including Chuck Mee's "The Berlin Circle," directed by Tina Landon at the Steppenwolf Theatre, the premiere of Mark Ralenhiu's "Shopping and Fucking," at the New York Theater Workshop, Doug Hughes' Obie Award winning production of "The Grey Zone," by Tim Blake Nelson, at the MCC Theater, Keith Reddin's "The Perpetual Patient," directed by Billy Hopkins, "Sight Unseen," directed by mark Nelson, and "Voire Dire," at the Seattle Repertory Theater.
Sussman's television credits include recurring roles and guest appearances on "The Sopranos," "Wonderland," "Now & Again," "Sex and the City," "Law and Order," "New York Undercover," and "New York News."
A graduate of the Yale drama school, Sussman is a recent recipient of a Fox Foundation Scholarship.