Matthew Risch is a supporting actor on How to Get Away with Murder, who portrays the role of Thomas.


Early LifeEdit

He was born in Salem in the state of Massachusetts. His mother was a flight attendant. His parents divorced shortly after his birth. After graduating from Walnut Hill School for the Arts, he studied at the University of Cincinnati - College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati. When learning moonlighted as a waiter in a restaurant in Downtown Cincinnati.[1]


In 1996 he appeared on Broadway as Sgt. Fogarty and Fred Casely in the musical Chicago. He portrayed Levi musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.[2] In 2007, he appeared as Carlos in the Broadway version of Legally Blonde (Legally Blonde: The Musical),[3] with Stockard Channing. In 2008 in the Roundabout Theater Company Joey Evans he landed a role in the musical Pal Joey Johna O'Hara at Studio 54, replacing actor Christiana Hoffa, who suffered an injury rates.[4] In the years 2011-12 occurred as Trip Wyeth (replacing Thomas Sadoskiego) in the off-Broadway play Other Desert Cities[5] with Elizabeth Marvel and Stacym Keach, replacing Justina Kirka.[6] In the play Test Life (Test, 2013)[7] turned character homosexual Todd. In the series, Freeform Switched at Birth (swapped at birth, 2013-2014) appeared as Senator Coto.


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