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Thomas Sadoski

Thomas Sadoski is an American movie, stage as well as a TV actor who is widely known for making his appearance as Matt Short in a sitcom TV series known as Life in Pieces. Talking about his personal life biography, Sadoski has already got married as well as divorced too. He was previously married to his then-wife named Kimberly Hope. After dating with each other for several years, the pair finally tied their knots on 2nd July of 2006. Later they got divorced in October of 2015.

At present, Thomas is having an affair with his girlfriend Amanda Seyfried with whom he started dating in early 2016. That same year, the pair confirmed their engagement engaged on 12th September. Currently, Sadoski and his partner Seyfried are expecting their first child together. Prior to that, he stands at the height of five feet and ten and a half inches that is 1.80 m. During his career, he has garnered the estimated net worth of $4 million.

Now, let’s find out some more information related to Sadoski’s bio that has been obtained from different sources. He is the native of New Haven, Connecticut. He came into this world on 1st July of the year 1976 which has now made him reach at the age of 40. He was raised up in College Station, Texas, United States. He went to get his education from the University of North Texas for a semester. After that, he attended the New York’s Circle of The Square Theater School and got graduated from there in 1998.

Thomas Sadoski has been active in this career since 1998 and it is sure that during this period, he has won numbers of the fans and followers in the career. Sadoski has also more than hundreds of the followers on Facebook and Instagram account. He is also active on the Twitter page as well and link to the page is https://twitter.com/thomassadoski in which he got 19.4K followers. Besides, more news related to his bio, and match also can be accessed from YouTube. Besides, he has also got pages in various sites like IMDb and Wikipedia.

At the beginning of Thomas Sadoski’s career, he was mentored by an actor Mark Ruffalo. For his work, he was also nominated for 2009 Tony Award for the Best Performance by Leading Actor in a play for Reasons to Be Pretty. Some of his other movie credits include John Wick, It’s Okay, 30 Beats, Happy Hour, Loser, Wild, I Smile Back and more.

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