Matt Fraser is a star of the hit reality television series Meet The Frasers on E! Entertainment, as well as America’s top psychic medium. He chatted with #Powerjournalist Markos Papadatos about his latest endeavors.
He is enjoying time at home with his wife, Alexa, and his new baby Royce. “We have been trying to sleep every spare moment that we get,” he said. “Work, sleep, talk to dead people, and do it all over again. The baby is five months and it’s going by so quickly. It’s crazy.”
Fraser is excited to be touring Canada for the first time ever, in addition to his shows in the United States. “For two years, there was no touring or going out. I like seeing how excited people are,” he said. “To be honest, I was surprised to find out that I have fans and followers in Canada. When it sold out, I honestly couldn’t believe it.”
“I have been having so much fun, it’s amazing,” he added. “Going back on the road and seeing everybody hugging and kissing one another and having fun is something that I missed so deeply. We missed all that for two years. The pandemic made me realize how much I love my job and doing what I do.”
A bestselling author of When Heaven Calls and a true global phenomenon, Fraser has caught the attention of major media outlets across the country such as the New York Times, People Magazine, and CBS Radio. He has also been a sought-after guest on such popular television shows as The Real Housewives, Botched, and The Doctors, among others.
On the success of his latest book, “We Never Die: Secrets of the Afterlife,” he said, “Thank you so much. I am so excited, I am already starting my third book believe or not. The nice part about the pandemic is that I really learned how to take some downtime and some time to relax.”
His New Year’s resolution for 2023 is to “just to try to slow down a little bit.” “Take some time to enjoy the moment, now that Royce is here,” he said. “I enjoying looking at the baby growing, and learning to balance things a little more. He is almost going to be a toddler soon. I realize how precious these moments are.”
His wife Alexa is of Greek origin, and he noted that her grandfather would call his baby “the little Fraser boy” when he was first born. “In the Greek culture, they don’t call the baby by its first name until the baby baptized,” he said.
This past summer, he played at Palladium Times Square in New York and he praised the venue for its “intimacy.” “It was easy to navigate and every seat was a good seat,” he said.
On the title of the current chapter of his life, he said, “Just Keep Going.” “That’s what it is,” he admitted. “We just keep going and see what heaven provides.”
For Fraser, the word success means “family.” “At the end of the day, success is coming home to your family,” he said. “It’s about spending time with the people that you love.”
“Thank you for the bottom of my heart, to me, they aren’t just fans and followers, they are family,” he told his dedicated fans.