Matt Malloy (born January 12, 1963) is an American actor and producer who has appeared extensively on television, film, and radio. Malloy's break-out performance was his co-starring role alongside Aaron Eckhart and Stacy Edwards in the 1997 black comedy movie In the Company of Men, which he co-executive produced. He also co-starred in the Amazon comedy series Alpha House as Mormon GOP Senator Louis Laffer from Nevada.
Malloy was born in the village of Hamilton, New York. He graduated from State University of New York at Purchase. In the 2012 documentary, That Guy... Who Was in That Thing, Malloy stated that his uncle, actor Henry Gibson, inspired him to pursue an acting career. Malloy is married to director and producer Cas Donovan.
In 1988, Malloy began his acting career in earnest appearing in the made-for-television movie, The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial, followed by the HBO mockumentary TV series, Tanner '88, as New York City filmmaker, Deke Conners.
Malloy has since appeared in over 100 television and movie roles and has contributed to voice-over work on radio programs like This American Life aired weekly on the Chicago, Illinois public radio station, WBEZ.
From 2013 to 2014, Malloy starred as Nevada Senator Louis Laffer in Amazon's Alpha House, a political comedy written by Doonesbury creator Garry Trudeau. Along with John Goodman, Malloy played one of four Republican senators living in a house on Capitol Hill.