In celebration of MOBY DICK‘s recent broadcast debut, as well as it’s release on DVD and BluRay (you can purchase it now on Amazon.com), I’d like to share with you a few of my scenes from the 3 hour mini-series… I picked up my DVD + Blu-Ray Combo Pack earlier this week, and it has … Continue reading “MOBY DICK” CLIPS


As of today, Mike Barker‘s 3-hour mini-series, based on the classic novel MOBY DICK, is now available to purchase on BluRay and DVD on Amazon.com. BluRay link & DVD link. Despite my insisting, each copy of the film will not be accompanied by a limited edition Glen-Matthews-bowler-hat. Sorry guys, I tried. I finally got a chance … Continue reading “MOBY DICK” ON BLURAY/DVD


Mike Barker‘s 3-hour mini-series MOBY DICK had it’s premiere last week (Part 1 aired on the 8th, Part 2 the 15th) on Australian Television to rave reviews. If you’re in Australia, you can watch both parts on ABC1’s iView website @ http://www.abc.net.au/iview/#/view/761180. If you’re not in Australia, you can’t. Believe me, I tried. I am happy … Continue reading MOBY DICK STILLS


If you’ve found yourself unable to sleep (see above), then it’s likely because you’ve been waiting for more information on Mike Barker‘s upcoming mini-series based on Herman Melville‘s classic novel MOBY DICK that I have a part in. Wait no longer! Have a gander at the official trailer for the mini-series below… Funny story time: … Continue reading MOBY DICK OFFICIAL TRAILER


Check out the video embedded below (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-yGhVTU2pA) for your first peak at the upcoming 4-hour mini-series, MOBY DICK, based on the literary classic My character Tom (not featured in the clip) was not in the original novel by Herman Melville, and thus, will be considered blasphemy by MOBY DICK purists and internet trolls alike. Bring … Continue reading MOBY DICK – PREVIEW CLIP

Moby Dick Still

Today’s Chronicle Herald has a great article about James Gilbert’s experiences working on MOBY DICK (Rough seas fuel actor). Along with the article, comes the first official still from production featuring James Gilbert, Halifax’s Glen Matthews, Eddie Marsan (from Sherlock Holmes), and Matthew Lemche. Still no word on a release date or a broadcaster picking … Continue reading Moby Dick Still

Bye Bye Moby

UPDATE (Oct. 15/09): I was informed that it was probably in my best interest to take down the set photos from the Moby Dick shoot. However, if you’re still hoping to check them out, go to Shelburne County Now‘s Website. Yesterday was my final day working on Mike Barker‘s MOBY DICK. I had a grand … Continue reading Bye Bye Moby


For those of you who are either (A) friends with me on The Facebooks, or (B) follow my tweets on Twitter, you may have noticed that I posted/tweeted an entry that went as follows, “Just had myself a terrible audition. Please send cookies.” Well as it turns out, I don’t need none (double-negative, I know) … Continue reading INSERT DICK JOKE.


Article originally posted @ http://thechronicleherald.ca/artslife/137025-matthews-thrilled-first-film-in-cbc-shorts-gala on September 18th, 2012. “Glen Matthews never dreamed when he set out to crowd-source his first film that it would premiere as part of the prestigious CBC Atlantic Shorts Gala at the Atlantic Film Festival tonight. Room Service, written, directed and edited by Matthews, is the humorous tale of a middle-aged … Continue reading HERALD: ROOM SERVICE


The Banff Centre asked me to write a blog entry for BanffCentre.org describing my experience as a member of the WOMEN IN THE DIRECTOR’S CHAIR‘s Acting Ensemble. Not knowing that I’m totally a professional blogger, I wowed them thoroughly. Enjoy: ————————————————————– Guest post: Actor Glen Matthews It’s now more than a week since I travelled to … Continue reading ACCLIMATIZATION