Scrum-half for London Wasps, Northampton Saints, England and the British and Irish Lions.
Rugby World Cup winner in 2003.
Rugby pundit on BBC Radio Five Live.
A team captain on the BBC's A Question of Sport.
Oh, and he was the runner up in popular BBC show Strictly Come Dancing in 2006.
A man of many talents, you might say.
Some of the worst photoshopping ever
Well, Super Matt has been at it again. This time he's not gliding across the dancefloor or battling it out in the What Happened Next round. No, instead he's draping a pair of rugby boots around his neck, donning a chef's outfit and turning up the heat whilst he cooks up some waist friendly treats for a bunch of weight watching women on Channel 4's My Big Fat Diet show.
I have to admit that his low calorie noodle soup did look rather tasty on tonight's show.
I suppose it's not a massive surprise, as Super Matt did win yet another BBC show, Celebrity Masterchef in 2006, so I guess the man can cook.
The question is, what else does Super Matt have up his sleeve for 2010? The obligatory celebrity workout DVD? He could couple an aerobic, rugby-based routine with nutritional advice and menu suggestions for the more portly prop forward. Or maybe he could launch his own aftershave range: L'eau de Scrum-Pit? Or how about a line of kitchen utensils?
Whatever he turns his hand to, it's bound to be a success. Just pray that he doesn't start wearing his underpants over a pair of electric blue tights...