In April 2005, he signed on to become a series regular portraying the role of Horace Calloway on ABC's political drama series Commander in Chief, starring Geena Davis and Donald Sutherland.The series premiered on September 27, 2005, and was cancelled on June 14, 2006.
After the lavish ceremony planned by Nicole Hirsty of Cobalt Events, guests adjourned to a nearby tent decorated with thousands of flowers by Butterfly Floral & Events Design, and dined on steak and salmon.
The happy couple then cut the cake, a huge red velvet and cream cheese frosting creation from Cake Studio LA.
Shanae, 24, was looking her usual glowing self in a lacy black top, with her hair casually styled in a side shed.
Matt, 30, meanwhile went fro a smarter look, donning a grey waistcoat, matching tie and a navy shirt for his outing.
Sure, they're hot, but they're smart, compassionate, and down-to-earth as well. None other than 31-year-old Matt Lanter, the CW's go-to hot guy with a heart of gold.
The Ohio native (but Georgia-raised) actor is about to celebrate his first anniversary with wife Angela, so Matt met me at one of their favorite restaurants, the Garden Cafe in the San Fernando Valley. Much later on, a friend whose brother was a bat boy for the Braves said they were looking for a new guy, and I came in to meet with them.
It was amazing to do this in front of our closest friends and family."Matt married Angela in front of 145 guests in a lavish ceremony deep in the woods of the exclusive Malibu resort.
The bride wore Badgley Mischka shoes and Neil Lane jewelry.
Never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined that publicists would be pitching me their A-list clients to go on "dates" with. Flattering, for sure, but just like too much chocolate isn't always such a good thing, neither are too many hot guys. ) So we're carefully choosing our On a Date With...
subjects to make sure these guys live up to the standards we know you'd hold them too.
Glamour: You were once a bat boy for the Atlanta Braves, and now you're a successful working actor. Matt: Actually, my first very serious girlfriend in college was a spirit girl for the Braves—kind of like a cheerleader.