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Matt Smith from "Whale Wars" stars in the Animal Planet reality docu-series. He is a deckhand and crane operator on the Bob Barker fishing vessel.

Born in Ohio, raised in Illinois and living in Wisconsin, Matt Smith ("Whale Wars") wasn't always a conservationist. Trying to expand his horizons and leave his small town of Charleston, Illinois, he joined the U.S. Army right after high school. After serving multiple tours overseas, he decided to come home and start a family.

Back in the United States, Matt joined the International Union of Operating Engineers and traveled to Japan to try and stop the slaughter of dolphins and Taiji. While there, he was introduced to Sea Shepherd and asked by Paul Watson to join them on a campaign to the Southern Ocean.

Matt is married and has a young child. He lives a green life and continues to be an activist wherever there is an animal in need of a human voice.




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Birthplace: Ohio
Hometown: Charleston, IL
Current Residence: Wisconsin


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