Billie Eilish is one of the world’s most famous musicians, but she is famously private about her personal life. But when many media outlets recently published photographs of Eilish out and about with her supposed beau, her fans were ecstatic. In Santa Barbara, she was seen with actor Matthew Tyler Vorce.
The two were out and about, walking Eilish’s beloved Pitbull and grabbing a cup of coffee. The two were seen cuddling at one point, with Eilish resting her head on Vorce’s shoulder and his arm around her.
Who is Eilish’s alleged boyfriend, exactly? Here’s all we know so far about him.
Matthew Tyler Vorce Works as an Actor and a Podcast Host
Vorce is an actor who has appeared in a number of films, including Little Monsters and the Mother, Can I Sleep With Danger, and Dark Hours: Typee, according to IMDb. He is currently working on The Curse of Frank Sinatra, which is still in progress.
In addition to acting, Vorce co-hosted the investigative podcast Searching for Putty Guy. He and his co-host set out to discover the truth about the fabled beast that has been linked to a series of unexplained disappearances in Los Angeles. Unfortunately, the podcast has been removed from the internet.
Fans also believe he has already appeared in Billie Eilish’s documentary, Billie Eilish: The World Is A Little Blurry, due out in 2021. The songstress receives a call at the end of the documentary and tells the camera that it was her first love on the other end, leading many to believe it was Vorce on the other end.
Vorce Not the Only Man To Cameo in Eilish’s Documentary
Eilish’s 2021 documentary allowed viewers to get a behind-the-scenes look at her personal life, including her breakup with Brandon Quention Adams, a 24-year-old hip-hop star. Adams, who performs under the stage name 7: AMP, first appears in the film during one of Eilish’s Los Angeles concerts in late 2018.
From there, we see glimpses of their happy and loving relationship, but as the documentary continues, we learn about the issues they face, ranging from Eilish’s hectic work straining their relationship to Adam’s drunk driving and self-destructive behaviors.
However, in backstage video from Eilish’s concert in New York, she discusses the split. She describes how she was miserable and the only one in the relationship who put in the effort. She then takes the stage for the night and begins crying as she sings her hit, “I love you.” It seems that the two were serious about each other.