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Matt McTighe is an American actor and author.


McTighe was born in Martinez, California, on September 12, 1979. Very little is known about his personal life, including why he chose to become an actor. He acted for the prestigious Oregon Shakespeare Festival and was a national finalist in the Kennedy Center ACTF Irene Ryan theater competition. He is also an "Acting Company Member" for the award-winning theatre company Pacific Resident Theatre in Venice, and wrote a novel titled Hella a Novel. McTighe has been married to a woman named Jessica since New Year's Eve, 2007 and has a daughter named Maeve with her.

On Criminal Minds[]

McTighe portrayed Matt, one of the imaginary friends of schizophrenic spree killer Ben Foster, in the Season Six episode "With Friends Like These...".


  • Hawaii Five-0 (2017) as Colin Hanson
  • Chicago P.D. (2016) as Freddy Mays
  • Certain Women (2016) as Officer Tommy Carroll
  • Grimm (2013) as Ray Bolton
  • The Mentalist (2013) as Lt. Lewis
  • Person of Interest (2012) as Eddie Massey
  • Rizzoli & Isles (2012) as Tyler Moore
  • Prime Suspect (2011) as Mikey Nelson
  • Rampart (2011) as 30-Year-Old Cop
  • Castle (2011) as Chuck Ryker
  • Criminal Minds - "With Friends Like These..." (2011) TV episode - Matt
  • The Closer (2011) as Ed 'Sarge' Cain
  • Medium (2010) as Mr. Scanlon
  • Men of a Certain Age (2010) as Lew the Locksmith
  • Bones (2009) as Santa Claus/Holden Chevaleer
  • 24 (2009) as Tim Moran (4 episodes)
  • CSI: NY (2009) as Michael Elgers (2 episodes)
  • Trust Me (2009) as Guard
  • Comedy Gumbo (2008) as Bank Robber
  • NCIS (2008) as Allan Hayes
  • CSI: Miami (2007) as Pete Morton
  • Without a Trace (2007) as Sheriff
  • Friday Night Lights (2007) as Mike the Rapist (2 episodes)
  • Numb3rs (2007) as Armed Guard #1
  • General Hospital (2007) as Mercenary #4/Sniper (19 episodes)
  • Grey's Anatomy (2007) as Vincent
  • Conversations with God (2006) as Yuppie Father
  • Indigo (2003) as Mike
  • Seizing Me (2003) as Homeless Man
  • Pizza Wars: The Movie (2002) as Irish Druglord

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For an up-to-date filmography, see here.