Matthew gray gubler dating history

matthew gray gubler dating history

2. Spencer Reid's leg injury in Season 5 of " Criminal Minds " was written into the show because of Gubler's real-life injury — in 2009, he dislocated his knee during a dance-off with "500 Days of Summer" co-stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Geoffrey Arend. He had to have three surgeries and use a cane (which is seen on the show) for about a year.

5. In October of 2014, he became a certified minister and later officiated the marriage of his best friend Steve Damstra and former "Criminal Minds" co-star Paget Brewster.

Matthew Gray Gubler isn't like most other celebrities. His face features more regularly on Terry Richardson's blog than in the pages of tabloid magazines and, although he's a director and actor at heart, you might know him as Criminal Minds ' Dr Spencer Reid; he's also an artist who is really good at the Internet . (It would be remiss of me not to acknowledge that he is also very cute; when I interviewed him I had to pretend that he was hideously unattractive so as not to come across as a giggling teenage girl.) I spoke with him about Halloween costumes, seeing ghosts, and falling in love with fictional characters.

Good! How was your shoot just now? 
It was amazing. I love Mike, I'm a big fan. We rode around on bikes in this derelict part of Venice which is basically a housing community. There are probably 50 or 60 homes that are completely run-down, but heaps of families still live there. The government's basically biding its time until some super-developer can buy it all for, like, a billion dollars, and tear it down. It's an amazing and eerie location.

How do you deal with Hollywood? You seem pretty normal. I think it would wig me out.
It's kinda funny. I don't think negatively of the industry per se , but you can choose to prescribe to Hollywood, and luckily I've never had to do that. It sounds like a douchey thing to say, but I just go to work and come home. I'm not very good at, like, parties or things like that, so I'm not really in the Hollywood zone. The things that I'm part of are outside of that vibe.

I'm pretty bad at networking, but if there are free drinks on offer, I exploit them.
[Laughs] I know the feeling! Everything I do, I try to look at under the broad umbrella of 'entertainment'. This is a rambling way of me saying I don't really go out much. I live in my own bubble. I'm in Gublerland. Gublerwood.

What's the etiquette when one celebrity meets another? 
It's probably been my curse in life, because I'm too sincere. I'm not good at pretending to be cool, so I generally just go right up and say, "Hey, I'm a big fan." I've recently been lucky to meet a lot of childhood idols, so that's fun. But there's no real etiquette. Maybe I've been left out. Maybe I didn't get the memo!

What were those encounters like?
I used to live in an apartment in Hollywood where a man had hung himself. Bizarre stuff would happen frequently; my dog would wake up every night at the same time, barking furiously at this corner. I later found out that was where he had hung himself. As far as my own visions, I saw a gentleman who lived in the apartment above me; I'm doing the worst job at telling these stories! It's much better when I tell them around a campfire. I saw a neighbour who had died in the stairway a few days after, and a face staring out of my upstairs window. I saw my grandmother after she died.

There's a ghost in my house that hates my music taste. It will always change the song to 'Let Me Blow Ya Mind' by Eve featuring Gwen Stefani. 
Oh, man. It's a DJ ghost!

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Matthew Gray Gubler (born March 9, 1980) is an American actor, film director, sketch artist, and former fashion model. He made his acting debut in the film The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou (2004) as Intern #1, and is best known for his role as the young genius Dr. Spencer Reid in the CBS television show Criminal Minds, of which he has also directed two episodes. Gubler directed and created several movies that were mostly filmed in his hometown of Las Vegas as well as New York City, prior to his graduation from NYU.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Matthew Gray Gubler (born March 9, 1980) is an American actor, film director, sketch artist, and former fashion model. He made his acting debut in the film The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou (2004) as Intern #1, and is best known for his role as the young genius Dr. Spencer Reid in the CBS television show Criminal Minds, of which he has also directed two episodes. Gubler directed and created several movies that were mostly filmed in his hometown of Las Vegas as well as New York City, prior to his graduation from NYU.



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Matthew Gray Gubler isn't like most other celebrities. His face features more regularly on Terry Richardson's blog than in the pages of tabloid magazines and, although he's a director and actor at heart, you might know him as Criminal Minds ' Dr Spencer Reid; he's also an artist who is really good at the Internet . (It would be remiss of me not to acknowledge that he is also very cute; when I interviewed him I had to pretend that he was hideously unattractive so as not to come across as a giggling teenage girl.) I spoke with him about Halloween costumes, seeing ghosts, and falling in love with fictional characters.

Good! How was your shoot just now? 
It was amazing. I love Mike, I'm a big fan. We rode around on bikes in this derelict part of Venice which is basically a housing community. There are probably 50 or 60 homes that are completely run-down, but heaps of families still live there. The government's basically biding its time until some super-developer can buy it all for, like, a billion dollars, and tear it down. It's an amazing and eerie location.

How do you deal with Hollywood? You seem pretty normal. I think it would wig me out.
It's kinda funny. I don't think negatively of the industry per se , but you can choose to prescribe to Hollywood, and luckily I've never had to do that. It sounds like a douchey thing to say, but I just go to work and come home. I'm not very good at, like, parties or things like that, so I'm not really in the Hollywood zone. The things that I'm part of are outside of that vibe.

I'm pretty bad at networking, but if there are free drinks on offer, I exploit them.
[Laughs] I know the feeling! Everything I do, I try to look at under the broad umbrella of 'entertainment'. This is a rambling way of me saying I don't really go out much. I live in my own bubble. I'm in Gublerland. Gublerwood.

What's the etiquette when one celebrity meets another? 
It's probably been my curse in life, because I'm too sincere. I'm not good at pretending to be cool, so I generally just go right up and say, "Hey, I'm a big fan." I've recently been lucky to meet a lot of childhood idols, so that's fun. But there's no real etiquette. Maybe I've been left out. Maybe I didn't get the memo!

What were those encounters like?
I used to live in an apartment in Hollywood where a man had hung himself. Bizarre stuff would happen frequently; my dog would wake up every night at the same time, barking furiously at this corner. I later found out that was where he had hung himself. As far as my own visions, I saw a gentleman who lived in the apartment above me; I'm doing the worst job at telling these stories! It's much better when I tell them around a campfire. I saw a neighbour who had died in the stairway a few days after, and a face staring out of my upstairs window. I saw my grandmother after she died.

There's a ghost in my house that hates my music taste. It will always change the song to 'Let Me Blow Ya Mind' by Eve featuring Gwen Stefani. 
Oh, man. It's a DJ ghost!