Hollywood actor Matthew Morrison had his start in the late 1990s. His debut was in the TV show Sex and the City. In the 2000s, he had small roles in the films Marci X, Once Upon a Mattress, Music and Lyrics, and Dan in Real Life. Finally, he landed his first ever breakthrough as Will Schuester in the Fox musical comedy-drama series Glee. The show’s instant success gained him a widespread prominence that evaded him and his career for years. He was part of the show’s main cast from 2009 until its finale in 2015. Simultaneously, he starred in the films The Muppets, What to Expect When You’re Expecting, and Underdogs. This year, he starred in the film Tulip Fever. After Glee, he also played the recurring role of Connor Fox in The Good Wife. As of 2017, he plays Dr. Paul Stadler in Grey’s Anatomy.
The 39-year-old actress stays in great physique by maintaining his workout regimen. Looking at him, he has a toned and athletic figure that he’s able to sustain by exercising on a regular basis. In an interview, he talked about how he’s able to workout even when he’s traveling. He said:
“However, my favorite part of traveling is being able to run in different cities and places I visit. For example, in New York City, a morning run in Central Park is essential. I was in Chicago and ran the equivalent of a 10k on Lake Shore Drive. In London, Hyde Park is a beautiful area for a run. In all, I ran about 25 miles this week. With a heavy travel schedule, it’s important not only to stay active, but to also be mindful of what you eat.”
He also went on to say: “Because I incorporate a lot of dance throughout my live performances, I need to continuously train my vocals and stamina. Being an avid runner, I’ll often incorporate singing into my workouts to help get my breath control.”