Matthew McConaughey wants to try his hand at stand-up comedy.
The ‘Dallas Buyers Club’ star has admitted he was planning on embarking on a stand-up tour this year before the coronavirus pandemic caused the shutdown of venues and placed restrictions on travel and large gatherings.
Matthew was inspired to try out a career as a funnyman as he loves the “no-filter communication” provided by comedy, and although he can’t hit the road just yet, his stand-up tour is still on the cards for the future.
Speaking during an appearance on ‘The Russell Howard Hour’, he said: “I haven’t shared this with many people but stand up is a no-filter communication.
“What I do as an actor, which is why I’m interested in doing stand up, is my raw expression goes through four filters before it gets to the