Matthew Bennett

Founder at BTDT Enterprises, Inc

Author & Publisher – Sold over 5,000,000 books. First book was a pregnancy guide written when he was single, with no medical background (sold over 3,000,000 copies, co-published with Simon & Schuster). Media coverage included: Two-page spread in People, front page of WSJ, dozens of talk shows. 32+ years in publishing. See

Author Consultant – Spoken to thousands and personally guided hundreds of authors on how to increase the commercial viability of their projects. Often dubbed the “Simon Cowell of Self-Publishing”.

Life Coach – Has changed the trajectory of countless people’s lives with his direct, bold advice on everything from weight loss to addictions. Had a recurrent role in this capacity on the hit Bravo TV series Millionaire Matchmaker.

Founder of Premier Capital Insurance & Financial Services – Sold millions in life insurance premiums and was Top 10 Salesman in the country with two major carriers over the past 30+ years.

Marketing Consultant – Has worked on developing branding and strategies for dozens of successful companies and products.

SAG/AFTRA Member – Has been an active SAG/AFTRA member for 37 years.

Professional Bowler – Member of the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) with a perfect 300 game.

Philanthropist – Has personally raised millions of dollars for, and worked directly with, 21 national nonprofits and countless smaller groups. Served as a California Special Olympics State Commissioner, twice honored as the March of Dimes Volunteer of the Year, and consulted for both the President’s and CA Governor’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition. In 2022, Matthew and his wife Linda partnered with Motley Zoo Animal Rescue to purchase a 5-acre wolf sanctuary/dog rescue in Monroe, WA.

Real Estate Investor – Has profitably flipped over twenty homes and owns/manages a sizable portfolio of rental properties with houses in several states.

Personal – Matthew and his wife Linda live Summerlin, Las Vegas, Nevada. He was President of the Honors Collegium at UCLA where he has guest lectured for the Anderson School MBA Program, as well as speaking at hundreds of other venues.