Matt Hayes Biography
Matt Hayes a British angler famously known for being featured in televised angling shows on Discovery Real Time. He was a judge on the hit BBC 2 TV series The Earth’s Wildest Waters and The Big Fish. He wrote a weekly column in the Angling Times, and serves as the President of The Carp Society.
Matt Hayes Age
Matt was born Matthew Hayes on November 24, 1961, in Smethwick, United Kingdom.
Matt Hayes Career
Matt starred in 24 Hour Rod Race and 24 Hour Rod Race. Both series involve episodes with Hayes being set a target which he must meet within 24 hours. In 2002, he endorsed the fishing video game Matt Hayes Fishing.
Matt appeared in several TV series alongside Mick Brown. These include The Great Rod Race, The Greater Rod Race, and Wet Nets. He also starred in the multi-series Total Fishing series. In 2015, Matt wrote the books Coarse Fishing (1995) and My Red Letter Days. Matt appeared in several TV series alongside Mick Brown.
Matt Hayes Net Worth
Matt’s net worth is estimated to be between $1 million and $5 million.
Matt Hayes Height and Weight
Matt stands tall at an average height. He also has an average body weight.
Matt Hayes Family
Matt was born and raised by his parents in Smethwick, UK. Our Information about his family is publicly unavailable.
Matt Hayes Wife
Matt is married to Anne Marit Winsnes-Hayes.