) is an American actor, comedian, television host, and producer, best known for his role as the dim-witted womanizing actor Joey Tribbiani on the popular NBC sitcom Friends, which ran from 1994 to 2004.Le Blanc also stars as a fictional version of himself in the BBC/Showtime comedy series Episodes.“It shows just how popular Matt has become behind the scenes in stark comparison to Chris [Evans’] frosty connection with the team.” The news comes a day after it was reported that Le Blanc has allegedly threatened to quit the BBC motoring show if Evans is not sacked.A source told The Sun that the atmosphere between the two hosts is “frosty” and that Evans is jealous of the attention his co-stars are getting.He appeared in two of Jon Bon Jovi's music videos: "Miracle", from the Young Guns II soundtrack in 1990, and "Say It Isn't So" in 2000.He also appeared in Alanis Morissette's single "Walk Away" in 1991, the last seconds of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers "Into the Great Wide Open" in which he is seen getting a tattoo, and in Bob Seger's "Night Moves" in 1994.He won a Golden Globe award for his work on Episodes, and was nominated for an Emmy three times for his work on Friends and four times for Episodes.Since 2016 Le Blanc has hosted the BBC motoring show Top Gear.
“It’s very much a picture of him – Chris – and them.
The US actor, 48, has struck up a relationship with Aurora Mulligan, 31, and the pair allegedly enjoyed a date at the Hickstead Derby, The Sun reported.
Onlookers told the publication that the pair looked “besotted” as they enjoyed each other’s company at the West Sussex event. Matt spends more time with Aurora than anyone else in the crew and there’s definitely a blossoming relationship there.
His next role would be as a fictionalized version of himself on Episodes.
In February 2012, Le Blanc appeared in the second episode of the eighteenth series of Top Gear, where he set the fastest time of .1 in the Kia Cee'd, narrowly beating previous holder Rowan Atkinson by 0.1 seconds.
His production company, Fort Hill Productions, co-produced the made-for-TV movie, The Prince, in 2006.