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Matt Lattanzi
Born February 1, 1959 (1959-02-01) (age 51)
Occupation Actor
Years active 1980—1993
Spouse(s) Olivia Newton-John (1984-1995) 1 child

Matt Lattanzi (born February 1, 1959, Portland, Oregon) is an American actor and dancer.


Personal Life

While filming Xanadu, he met Olivia Newton-John, whom he married in 1984. The couple have one daughter, Chloe Rose Lattanzi, born in 1986. Lattanzi and Newton-John divorced in 1995.

In 2008 he was living off the grid.[1]


His feature film debut was in 1980 in the movie Xanadu.

His career consists mostly of small movie parts, though he did have a starring role in 1983's My Tutor. Other film credits include Rich and Famous, That's Life!, Roxanne, Catch Me If You Can, and Diving In. Lattanzi also had a significant role in the Australian soap opera, Paradise Beach,[2] and he appeared in three of Newton-John's music videos, Landslide, Soul Kiss, and Can't We Talk It Over In Bed.


  • 1993: Paradise Beach (1993) TV series .... Cooper Hart (unknown episodes)
  • 1990: Diving In .... Jerome Colter
  • 1989: Catch Me If You Can .... Dylan Malone
  • 1988: Blueberry Hill .... Denny Logan
  • 1987: Roxanne .... Trent
  • 1986: That's Life! .... Larry Bartlet ... aka Blake Edwards' That's Life!
  • 1986: Olivia: Soul Kiss (V) (uncredited) ... aka Olivia: Soul Kiss Videosingles (UK)
  • 1983: My Tutor .... Bobby Chrystal
  • 1982: Grease 2 .... Brad
  • 1982: Olivia Newton-John: Let's Get Physical (TV) ... aka Olivia: Physical (USA: video title)
  • 1981: Rich and Famous .... Jim, the Boy
  • 1980: Xanadu .... Young Danny McGuire/Xanadu Dancer


  1. ^ "Matt Lattanzi looking for love in Australia". Retrieved 14 February 2010. 
  2. ^ Matt Lattanze: A Message from Paradise

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