Matt Kennard

Matthew Kennard , was born in Grimsby, North East Lincolnshireis an English television actor, best known for starring in UK daytime drama Doctors, as nurse" Archie Hallam" .

Kennard, has had roles in British drama series, including Coronation Street, Hollyoaks and The Bill. He also starred as Manchester United footballer Duncan Edwards in a BBC dramatisation of the 1958 Munich Air Disaster. One of Kennard's earlier roles was in the series 'Love in the 21st Century', broadcast on Channel 4 in 1999, created by Red Productions, who were previously responsible for Queer as Folk. Kennard's character is seduced by a school teacher who believes she is giving him experience, although it later transpires he had made a bet that he could sleep with her.

Kennard left Doctors on April 2009, to concentrate on film work, including featuring in Born of Hope with his twin brother Sam ,who is also an actor

Kennard starred in the seventh series of Waterloo Road as Craig O' Leary, he played a con-man who pretended to be interested in "Janeece Bryant" (Chelsee Healey).

Kennard will appear as "Dave" in the movie Bula Quo!, released in 2013. Also in 2013, he had a short stint in Emmerdale as shady businessman," Kirk Stoker".

In 2015, Kennard and his brother Sam Kennard, playing twin brothers "David and Gabriel Meyer "in the BBC TV series WPC 56 series 3. He appeared in CBBC's The Dumping Ground in 2016.

Known For


Cast Credits

WPC 56 (2013)
Guest starring as David Meyer (5 episodes)
The Dumping Ground (2013)
Guest starring as Kerr
Doctors (2000)
Starring as Archie Hallam
Midsomer Murders (1998)
Guest starring as Jamie Weston
Casualty (1986)
Guest starring as Rob Hughes
Guest starring as Chris Carey