Adrianne Curry's Second Husband Matthew Rhode Is a Handsome Voice Actor — Meet Him

TV personality and fashion model Adrianne Curry recently got married for the second time to the movie-trailer voice actor, Matthew Rhodes. She has since quit Hollywood for a healthy life with her husband. Here is more on the handsome actor with a unique voice.

Fashion model Adrianne Curry, 37, grew up in Joliet, Illinois, and came from a humble background. In a bid to help her family, who lived below the poverty line, Curry pursued a career in modeling and gained widespread fame after emerging as the winner of season one of "America's Next Top Model." 

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My implants have been served their eviction notice! I just booked my surgery date with @florencemussatmd . I am DONE with these painful, misshapen things! They looked good in clothes, hideous out of them. They hurt, and even this picture I was in pain. Lifting my arms is limited since doing this to my body. I am on my way to correct this idiotic decision I made when I lived in a sea of shallow vanity and immense narcissism. Once this is done, I will be free. No surgical alterations. No fillers or botox. I will simply be who I was intended to be. My hope is all these mysterious rashes and illnesses vanish after I get these out. I was a healthy specimen prior. I am no doctor, but my auto immune issues started AFTER I got them. The hives, the rashes...fatigue...and of course. Physical pain from cramming a foreign object in my body. Be yourself. #explant #breastimplants #naturalwomen #plasticsurgery

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After Adrianne Curry's "ANTM" victory, she was immediately thrust into unfamiliar territory with fans and paparazzi following her every move. In the years that followed, she enjoyed a successful modeling career and even graced Playboy's cover. 

Curry began to get tired of the Hollywood lifestyle and admitted that the fame made her lose sight of her innateness. Years after her failed marriage, she found love again in the arms of actor Matthew Rhodes, who she says helped her find herself again. 


Matthew Rhodes, 38, grew up in Louisville, Kentucky, and later made a move to New York City to pursue his lifelong ambition of becoming an actor. Subsequently, Rhodes registered and graduated from the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre.

Rhodes initially enjoyed some success when he began appearing in TV commercials for organizations like Powerade and JC Penney. Still, the hunky actor always felt he had more to offer in the entertainment industry.

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5 years ago, I went on my first date with @ducksauce . I had spent WEEKS chatting with him, playing hearthstone together & watching his #twitch stream. I swore off ever dating "on camera talent" but made an exception. He was brilliant on air...his voice like molten gold...devilishly thick cropped hair...and those smoldering brown eyes that are almost black. He also seemed the male version of me. Every single person I sent to watch him said the the same... "This dude is like the male version of you!" When I walked into Le Pain for lunch, he stood and smiled at me. I knew in that moment that I was in deep shit. I KNEW he was the one. I also knew I wouldnt ever try again if he wasnt. We spent almost 4 hours talking in the most uncomfortable chairs...and I was loathe for it to ever end. Ive seen him every single fucking day since (except when I go on trips or those two times I left him for 2 Matthew courted me into the next dimension. He held my doors, paid for my meals, walked on the dangerous side of the sidewalk..the list goes on. He was the first man who proved man enough to out man ME. I was FINALLY paired with a fellow alpha....and he immediately had my respect. My knee was bent. This was a rare find, an actual KING amongst BOYS. Fast forward. We both gave the finger to Hollywood and decided we would rather live a more simple life enjoying each other and our world. I gave up everything I had ever known in my adult career...and he his pursuits....and we paved a new path with each other. We both work from home, so 5 years for us is 10 for most couples. My amazing husband...I want to be at your side till the coming of the end of days... Dagor Dagorath... "All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us..."

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He fortuitously ventured into his voiceover career when an agent saw the potential in his voice, as he stumbled on a conversation between Rhodes and his agent.

Since then, Rhodes has done several voiceover works for brands like Miller Lite, Progressive Insurance, and Chevron. The heavily-built actor has gone on to feature in several movie trailers, including the 2019 hit movie "Crazy Rich Asians."

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REALITY TV. Let's get real, people. MANY people have asked my advise over the years on participating in/on reality shows. I swayed most I could away from the idea. Unless you have total creative control of your show, you will be made to look like a fucking idiot. They ONLY care about ratings. Thats it. Coddling you does not give that to them. I think most people have picked up on this the last 20 years, but many foolishly think they are the exception...or just desperate as hell for fame. . I won #TopModel, so they edited me with a kinder hand. Had I not, I would have been given the run around just as every other NON-WINNING contestant for my other shows, I had no creative control. I cringed at the final product. I was edited to the point that I annoyed the fuck out of myself...and I didn't even know who I was anymore. . I was so traumatized with my reality tv experiences I ended up going to YEARS of therapy. I felt like I was being watched in my home...and had nightmares of cameras everywhere. I also didn't trust ANYONE anymore with how much I was manipulated and lied to in front & behind the lens. You also find after being on tv a lot of people look at your face as a helpful step in a ladder to where they want to go. Quitting the industry was surprisingly very easy to do. By that time, I felt as cherished and loved as a discarded heroin needle in an ally full of piss. ;) It's why I turn down 99.5% of what is presented to me anymore... . I also worked behind the scenes as an AP for MTVs The Loft just to get some experience under my belt. The name of the game? Manipulate, make people look a way they didn't to fit narratives and create drama. I never returned, even though I was told by the main man in charge he'd bump up my position. I couldnt live with myself! I couldn't sleep knowing I'd have to do to others what was done to me! . Wearing #Avon "time to shine" eye palette. Glimmer sticks lip liner in mystery mauve.. VDL expert color lip cube in blooming pink. Majix primer/Majix Tinted moistuizer in light. Be blushed cream blush in blushing nude. HI-brow sculpting gel in dark brown #antm #americasnexttopmodel #realitytv

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Rhodes is also a recognized gamer, and in 2013, he did voice work for Grand Theft Auto V. The 38-year-old actor is popularly known by his moniker "Ducksauce," which is the profile name he uses on his account.

Before his voiceover career began, Rhodes made a living from playing video games, which were streamed on He met his wife, who is also a gamer, while she was streaming "Hearthstone" on the platform.


The couple met in 2015 while streaming on, and they immediately began a friendship that developed into something serious.  

Earlier in the year, the reality TV star took to her Instagram page to share a series of pictures with her husband while giving details about how they started their journey. She explained how he swept her off her feet and declared her undying love for him. 

In September 2018, the cute couple eloped and got married in a very private ceremony at a National Park in Montana. Curry wrote extensively about her "Game of Thrones" themed wedding on her lifestyle blog. 

She explained that she and her husband decided to have a private wedding for a few reasons, like the remote location and the fact that many people didn't support their union.

For her wedding, Curry was dressed as Daenerys Targaryen, and the couple exchanged wedding bands in front of a lake at the National Park. 

Following her marriage, Adrianne Curry settled into a quieter lifestyle away from the buzz surrounding Hollywood. The couple eventually quit Hollywood and relocated to Montana to focus on their newfound happiness together. 

Before Curry met Rhodes, she was married to former child star Christopher Knight, who is best known for his role as Peter Brady in the popular 70's show "The Brady Bunch."

The estranged couple met in 2004 while filming season four of VH1's "The Surreal Life." Knight and Curry, who share a considerable age difference, tied the knot in 2006, and after five years of marriage with no children, Knight filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences. 

Neither of them commented on their divorce at the time, but the couple's manager confirmed that the divorce was amicable. He said:

"The agreement for divorce was a mutual one, and yes, Adrianne knew that I was going to serve her with papers."

Christopher Knight and Adrianne Curry at the Los Angeles Convention Center on April 9, 2011. | Photo: Getty Images

Christopher Knight and Adrianne Curry at the Los Angeles Convention Center on April 9, 2011. | Photo: Getty Images


After Adrianne Curry was announced as the winner of the first season of "America's Next Top Model" at the age of 20, she enjoyed a successful career in modeling, featuring in several magazine covers, fashion walkways, and adverts.

Moving on from that, Curry featured in a few reality TV shows, including VH1's "The Surreal Life" and "My Fair Brady." The Playboy model grew tired of the exhaustive lifestyle in front of the cameras and eventually made her exit from Hollywood with her husband.

In 2017, Curry had to undergo major surgery to remove a tumor on her uterus. During her recovery period, she got inspired to sign up for an Avon kit after watching the movie "Edward Scissorhands."

While sharing how she started selling Avon products, Curry said:

"I was in the habit of posting funny videos online where I reviewed stuff and thought I'd do the same and post some crazy review of the Avon products…But I ended up actually really liking the products! So, I started selling Avon."

Adrianne Curry and her husband are currently enjoying their married life, and given that the couple is always smiling, fans may not see Curry on the big screens anytime soon.

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