Mathew Frazer Horne is skilled in many ways, as he is a well-known actor, comedian, television host, and narrator from England.
Matthew Frazer and Celina Bassili have been in a long term relationship, until recently that it was made public and got married.
Horne started as a stand-up comedian and was a comedic combo Mat and MacKinnon member.
He is most known for his roles in various BBC comedy series and sitcoms, including Gavin & Stacey, The Catherine Tate Show, Horne & Corden, and Bad Education (Gavin Shipman).
In the 2019 UKTV Original series Dad’s Army: The Missing Episodes, he portrays Private Walker. He appeared in all three episodes that aired on the Gold television channel.
House of Games actor Mathew Horne tied the knot with his wife, Celina Bassili, in September 2021.
Speaking of Celina Bassilim, she works as a set designer from Norway. She studied at London’s University of Arts and decided to stay there even after completing her studies.
The designer has contributed to several British television episodes, short films, and fashion sets, including the Gavin and Stacey Christmas Special.
After being seen making out inside a Burger King restaurant in the summer of 2019, the newlyweds went public for the first time.
They were photographed at the Night For an event named Dreamers by Chicken Shed Theatre in November 2019. This was when the couple made their relationship official.
Mathew Horne was born on September 6, 1978, and presently 43 years old, he was born in Burton Joyce, Nottinghamshire.
Matthew finished from Burton Joyce Primary School, as he played as a goalkeeper for Notts County juniors while studying at school.
In 2003, he starred in Channel 4’s 20 Things to Do Before You’re 30, and the following year, he was cast in the Channel 4 series Teachers as Ben, an atheist RE teacher.
Horne met Bruce Mackinnon here in the first few weeks of term; they discovered they shared a similar sense of humor, but they didn’t collaborate on the material until their third year of studies.
Mathew Horne was born in a British family, and his parents reside in Burton Joyce, Nottinghamshire.
He studied A-level performing arts at Southwell Minster School in Nottinghamshire and graduated from the University of Manchester with a degree in theater.
Horne divides his time between East London and the Scottish Highlands, where he lives at Helmsdale.
Horne was almost killed by a train on December 20, 2018, while crossing the railway line near his parents’ home in Burton Joyce, Nottinghamshire.