Matt LeBlanc one of the most loved actors on television has always been praised for his comic timing and memorable performances.
His most iconic portrayal of Joey Tribbiani got him three Emmy Award nominations, apart from of course the love from the audience from all over the world. Although the role of Joey remains to be the most memorable, Matt has plenty of other great performances to his credit.
Joey is hands down, Matt LeBlanc’s most loved role, running for ten seasons on one of the highest-rated shows on TV. It’s not only his most iconic role, but ‘F.R.I.E.N.D.S’ is his most iconic TV show. The character worked so beautifully for him, that he got his own stand-alone show, based on the character – ‘Joey’. His dialogues like ‘How you doin?’ and ‘Joey doesn’t share food’ are also very popularly used as pop culture references. Catch Joey and his Friends on Comedy Central.
After a hiatus for about five years, Matt starred in a show titled Episodes where he played himself. This comedy show is about a British couple wanting to remake their successful British TV series, with unexpected results. The show was a huge hit and had five successful seasons. For Episodes, Matt LeBlanc won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy. Watch the show starting 25th August, every day at 9 PM only on Comedy Central.
Matt plays the role of an old-school man, Adam Burns, confronting the modern challenges of parenting, marriage, and family in this hilarious series.
Adam Burns an old-fashioned husband and father is in for a shock as his wife decides to go back to work, leaving him to take care of their three kids. How he deals with this newfound role in this beautifully written show is an absolute treat to watch which is airing on Comedy Central starting August 25, every day at 10 PM.
Back in the day, our superstar comic hero was actually a part of the Charlies Angels squad…well not directly of course! He played the role of Jason Gibbens, the boyfriend of one of the Angels – Alex. This role, till date remains one of his most underrated yet fabulous ones.
As the name of the movie suggests, Matt plays the role of a ‘Lovesick’ teacher with a twist, in this rom-com. Matt’s hilarious portrayal of an otherwise lovable elementary school principal, Charlie Darby, turning into a jealous, paranoid, and hilariously obsessed lover, will definitely want to make you revisit this film.
Which one is your favourite Matt Le Blanc performance?