Matt Sato Height Age Weight Wiki Biography & Net Worth

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Matt Sato is an American famed star who is playing the role of Robby in the Brat’s comedy web series “Chicken Girls”. He has guest-starred guest on the CBS series Hawaii Five-0 in 2010. He came into limelight with his debut single “I Know” and also performed this song at the stage of VidCon 2017. He also released 2nd single “Airplane Mode” in 2017. Recently, he portrayed the co-lead role of Hopper in the adventure film “Patsy Lee & The Keepers of the 5 Kingdoms”.

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Personal Information
Full NameMatthew Sato
NicknameMatt
Occupation/ProfessionActor
GenderMale
Date of Birth19 April, 2001
Age18 years old
BirthplaceMililani, Hawaii, United States
Currently lives inLos Angeles, California, United States
NationalityAmerican
Zodiac or Birth SignAries
Physical/Body Statistics
Matt Sato Height in feet5 feet 10 inches
Matt Sato Height in meter1.78 meter
Matt Sato Height in centimeter178 centimeter
Matt Sato Overall Body WeightIn Kilogram – 70 kg
In Pound [lbs] – 143 lbs
Matt Sato Body TypeMesomorph
Body StatusFit
Chest [in inches]38 in
Waist [in inches]31 in
Arms [in inches]13 in
Shoes size10 [UK]
Hair ColorLight Brown
Eye ColorHazel
Have tattoos?No
Education Information
Qualification?Under-Graduated
Where he did his schooling?Not Known
Where he did his acting?American Renaissance Academy, Hawaii
Family Background
Have Parents ?Yes
Matt Mother NameLara Lee
Matt Father NameNot Known
Matt Brother’s NameGavin, Brandon and Mark Sato [Older Brother]
Matt Sister’s NameAshley Sato [Older Sister]
Marital StatusUnmarried
ChildrenNo
Dating/Affair History
Girlfriend NamePossibly Single
Previous Dating?Unknown
Money Factor
Salary Per Episode/MovieUnknown
Net WorthUS$ 400-500 Thousand approx.
Advertisement FeesUnavailable
Social Media Accounts
Instagramitsmattsato
FacebookUnavailable
TwitterUnavailable
Achievement
Debut TV

Debut Song

Hawaii Five-0 [2010]

I Know

Fan FollowingInstagram [450K followers]
YouTube Channel [30K subscribers]
 Article updated OnApril 23, 2019

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