Rumored to be gay from his very first on-screen appearance, Matt Gutman surely isn’t out there for the guys. This 40-year-old charmer is a ladies’ man. More specifically, he is a lady’s man.
For long now, Gutman has had a Mrs. Gutman. And what’s more, married to the love of their lives, the Gutman duo has two little 'Gutmans' that they can call their very own pieces of heart. They are proud parents of a daughter and a younger son. Get down to know about Matt Gutman' gay rumors, married life, children, and more:
Matt Gutman has always kept his personal life away from the media. He rarely speaks up about his personal life in the interview and barely mentions his relationships and affairs. When one does not share information regarding their relationship, people start claiming them as gay.
Just because someone does not share their personal information does not mean they are gay. They might be happily engaged or married just like Matt Gutman. However, all those gay rumors vanished into thin air when Gutman' wife posted pictures of her with her wife on her Instagram.
All the rumors of him being into the same-sex seem to be a mere hoax formed by those who are highly and deceptively judgmental. But they are not fully at fault. Who is to deny the fact that this hot hunk could be appealing to anyone, regardless of the sex.
As mentioned above, Matt Gutman is quite secretive and till the date has not revealed the name of his wife. However, her wife has an Instagram account under the name Daphida.
However, Gutman seems to be in a very happy and affectionate relationship with his wife and two children. He has shared several moments of the family on his social networking sites accounts. All the contagious happiness from their online presence negates any rumors of divorce too.
Matt Gutman who was born as Matthew A. Gutman on December 5, 1977, is a reporter for ABC News. He appears on various programs for the network. He is the current host of Sea Rescue. For this program, he recently won an Emmy award.
Born in Westfield, New Jersey, Matt has traveled far and wide for his duties as a reporter. He graduated from Williams College in 1999 and started at ABC News in 2008. He started appearing on various programs and platforms for the network.
Initially, he was stationed in Miami, Florida. In 2014, he took over the hosting duties for his current show Sea Rescue after Sam Champion exited the show.