Star-Crossed’s Matt Lanter Used to Star in Which Long-Running Show?
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Star-Crossed’s Matt Lanter Used to Star in Which Long-Running Show?

If you’re a diehard TV fan, then you probably recognize Star-Crossed’s leading lady Aimee Teegarden (Emery) from her role on Friday Night Lights. But Aimee’s not the only Star-Crossed lead you’re likely already familiar with. Her co-star Matt Lanter (Roman) spent five years on The CW’s 90210!

During Monday night’s episode, Wetpaint Entertainment asked users on Viggle LIVE! if they knew which long-running TV series Matt had previously been a part of. An impressive 67 percent correctly chose the soapy CW hit.

Only 12 percent mistakenly thought Matt had starred on NBC’s Heroes. (He had a minor role in Season 1.) But a notable 21 percent incorrectly placed Matt on the set of another dramatic CW teen series: Gossip Girl. Better luck next time, XOXO.

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Star-Crossed’s Matt Lanter Used to Star in Which Long-Running Show?
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In addition to his role as bad boy Liam on 90210, the CW’s reboot of fan favorite Beverly Hills, 90210, Matt has had a number of other, albeit smaller, TV roles. When it comes to movies, though, he’s made a name for himself in a pretty interesting genre: parody films!

Matt has scored the leading male role in two recent spoof flicks, Disaster Movie and Vampires Suck. In the latter, he spoofed Robert Pattinson’s brooding vampire Edward Cullen. And why not? He certainly has the superhuman good looks required for the role!

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02.25.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Beth Douglass
Related: Hot Dramas, Features, Hot Guys, TV, Viggle, Star Crossed

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