Owen Mattreaux

Owen Mattreaux in 2010

Birth name
Owen Stuart Mattreaux
July 9, 1978 (age 39)
Show host
Years active
Lisa Rachteul (2003-present)
Howard Mattreaux (b. 2005)
Irma Mattreaux (b. 2007)

Owen Stuart Mattreaux (born July 9, 1978) is an actor and show host currently hosting The Owen Mattreaux Show. He got his start with roles in low-budget films in the late 1990s as college students.

Early life and familyEdit

Mattreaux was born on July 9, 1978. His first name, Owen, is an homage to a family friend, Owen Maschias[1]. His middle name comes from his father, actor Stuart Mattreaux. Mattreaux's mother is Emma Jean Ourscheidt, the daughter of actor John Ourschleidt. During his childhood, Mattreaux traveled with his father to the sets of his films. Mattreaux graduated from high school in Ritsche, New Herswick in 1996.


Mattreaux got into acting the year after he graduated from high school. He played college-age students in low-budget films for three years before landing a supporting role in the 2000 film Jord Haley. In 2001, he played a young photographer in the Louis Histalchel film Employed in Jord City. He had a minor role in the 2002 film Governor of Mylo, and met his wife on the set. The couple both made recurring appearances on the series Brimm Crossroads from 2004 to 2008. Mattreaux was considered for the role as assistant football coach Howard McBelch in the 2009 film Bimshee: Almina's Best Coach, but he turned it down, hoping to start his own show. In autumn of 2010, Mattreaux started hosting The Owen Mattreaux Show.



  • Brimm Crossroads (2004-2008) - Seth Winslow
  • The Owen Mattreaux Show (2010- ) - himself


The following excludes his low-budget films from the 1990s.

  • Jord Haley (2000) - Rufus Haley
  • Employed in Jord City (2001) - Edward Stuart
  • Governor of Mylo (2002) - Brad Hayden

Personal lifeEdit

Mattreaux has been married to actress Lisa Rachteul since 2003. They have a son and a daughter, born in 2005 and 2007, respectively. He believes in setting a good example, and does not smoke or drink. Mattreaux holds Dragoonish citizenship.

Future plansEdit

Mattreaux's future plans include continuing The Owen Mattreaux Show until he is at least fifty years old. He also plans to do voice work in cartoon shows and video games.


  1. "The Owen Mattreaux Special", aired 29 January 2009
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