| Brigham Young University|
| Matthew Ryan Meese|
October 10, 1983 (age 33) (1983-10-10) New Jersey
Studio C, Saints and Soldiers: The Void
Jeremy Warner, Jared Shores, Jason Gray, Adam Berg, Ryan Little
Matthew Meese (born October 10, 1983) is a sketch comedian and actor who is best known for his prominent role as actor, head writer, and co-creator of Studio C, a popular comedy show on both BYUtv and YouTube.
Meese was born in New Jersey and raised in Phoenix, Arizona as the second of three children. He has claimed that his greatest achievement to date is having a proud mother. After high school, Meese served as a missionary for the Chicago Mission, after which he attended and later graduated from BYU with an undergraduate degree in Psychology. Before and after his college graduation, he worked for the Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum for a total of 5 years.
It was during his membership of BYU's on-campus sketch comedy group, Divine Comedy that Meese and other original members of Studio C first conceived the idea for the show. The show was not considered by BYUtv until Meese personally met with content director Jared Shores and pitched him the idea. Meese is acknowledged as one of the creators of Studio C and the show's head writer. Matt is known for many roles in his sketch comedy.
Messe's most well-known role is as Scott Sterling, an unlucky soccer and volleyball player who continually receives blows to the head. In terms of views, the Sterling series are the most successful sketches of Studio C, being the only Studio C videos to exceed 10 million views on YouTube.
Meese is colorblind.
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