Matthew Moore

Matthew Moore

Biography

Matthew Moore lives in Pennsylvania and was born in 2000.

•  Matthew's favorite school subject is language arts.

•  He plays piano, acts in school plays, and participates in his school's soccer, lacrosse, and running clubs.

•  In his spare time, he likes to paint and draw.

•  Matthew hopes to become a television producer, director, or writer when he grows up.

"Reporting on groundbreaking topics such as political conventions, elections, world news, and important current events in [the United States] will be such a tremendous learning experience for me."

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