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His quad muscle had been detached from his femur, and he nearly lost his right leg.It took six months for him to be fully rehabilitated, having to go through extensive physio therapy to fully regain his ability to walk.On returning to the oil rigs, he witnessed another accident in which a man lost both his legs.This convinced him that it was time to move on, so he quit, returning to Vancouver, where he lied his way into a bar tending job before landing his first acting role.The risks paid off, and he was cast in the role of bad boy genius Zane Donovan, first appearing in the season two episode "E=MC...? The character would go on to develop a romantic relationship with the town's Deputy Sheriff Jo Lupo played by Erica Cerra.His role was recurring throughout seasons two and three.In October of the same year, Matter appeared in an episode of the first season of ABC medical drama The Good Doctor.
His career subsequently moved away from science fiction, seeing him star in several television movies, as well as joining Canadian series such as Remedy, Arctic Air and When Calls the Heart.
Matter landed his first professional acting job in 2007 playing the lead role of baitshop owner Josh Riley in the Syfy original film Loch Ness Terror, (broadcast as Beyond Loch Ness), which also starred Brian Krause and Don S Davis.
While filming Loch Ness he sent an audition tape to the producers of The Best Years which lead to him gaining the main cast role of bar tender, and cocaine addict, Trent Hamilton in the series first season.
as Tab Hennessy, wrestling manager and boyfriend to the film's protagonist, Sheena 'Smasheena' De Wilde, portrayed by Amanda Crew.
Matter attended the film's premiere at the Calgary International Film Festival on October 2, 2016 Matter attended the 2nd annual "Hearties Family Reunion" in December 2016, where it was confirmed he would join the cast of the Hallmark Channel series When Calls the Heart for its fourth season, which began airing in January 2017.
He is a third-generation oil rigger, having worked on the oil rigs in Northern Alberta for eight years.