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"Mr. Doyle sings ardently and acts the lovable geek with winning conviction." - New York Times for Brooklynite

“The soulful-voiced Doyle proves perfect for the role, investing every number he’s in (and that’s most of them) with potent singing and a kinetic verve” - San Diego Tribune for The Heart of Rock and Roll

“Matt Doyle and Alex Finke, as the swooning young lovers Anthony and Johanna, are irrepressibly sunny and sweet as birdsong.” - Paste Magazine for Sweeney Todd

"Matt Doyle, as Tony, possesses the finest voice and the surest grasp of this rather slippery character than any Tony before him that I’ve seen." - Huffington Post for West side story

"Matt Doyle is Miraculously good" - Entertainment Weekly for Jasper In Deadland

"Matt Doyle couldn't be more comically zealous" - Bloomberg News for Bye Bye Birdie

"Matt Doyle gave one of the most dynamic performances of the night, with passion quivering from every part of his body, as well as a face and voice that lay every emotion right on the line." Toronto Star for Spring Awakening

Since the age of 19, Matt Doyle has starred in several Broadway hits including The Book of Mormon, War Horse, and Spring Awakening.

Doyle has starred opposite Broadway legends including Bill Irwin, Carolee Carmello, and Betty Buckley. He has lead shows crafted by some of the finest directors and writers in theater such as Marianne Elliott, Michael Mayer, Kathleen Marshall, Casey Nicholaw, Stephen Sondheim, Michael Greif, and Bill Buckhurst.

Having performed the role of Albert while in the original Broadway company of War Horse, and replacing the role of Elder Price in The Book of Mormon, Doyle effectively performed the leading role in both the Tony award winning Best Play and Best Musical from the same season.

Matt has also worked in film and tv, starring in the cult hit, Private Romeo, and as Jonathan in the CW’s Gossip Girl. Most recently, Matt was seen as Lt. Goodacre on the The Code on CBS.

Doyle starred as Trey in the off-Broadway smash, Brooklynite. Brooklynite was directed by Tony award-winning, Michael Mayer. It was choreographed by Steven Hoggett. 

In 2017, Matt was seen as Anthony in the hit revival of Sweeney Todd in New York City. The show garnered rave reviews and became the longest-running Sweeney Todd of all time. That fall, Matt also played Georgie in the New York City premier of A Clockwork Orange.

In 2018, Doyle created the role of Bobby in the Huey Lewis and the News musical, The Heart of Rock and Roll. The show premiered at the Old Globe in San Diego. The Broadway-aimed musical broke records and became the highest grossing show at San Diego’s famed venue.

Doyle continues to tour with symphonies across the U.S. and internationally, while developing new work. He is set to return to the Broadway stage in 2020.