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MATTHEW GOODE (Tom Hewett) trained at the prestigious Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Arts and began his career on the stage. His theatre work included the roles of Ariel in Shakespeare's "The Tempest,” and Moon in Lorca's "Blood Wedding”.

Hailing from England, Goode was first introduced to American film audiences with his starring role in the romantic comedy "Chasing Liberty,” opposite Mandy Moore. He had made his feature film debut in Fernando Colomo's Spanish cult film "South From Granada,” a biopic about Gerald Brennan, played by Goode. In early 2006, Goode stars in the romantic comedy "Imagine Me & You,” which premiered at the 2005 Toronto Film Festival. He more recently completed work on "Copying Beethoven,” a fictionalized account of the last year of the great composer's life, in which Goode stars with Ed Harris under the direction of Agnieszka Holland.

On television, Goode stars alongside Imelda Staunton in the BBC telefilm "My Family and Other Animals,” which airs this Christmas. His additional credits include the English crime drama "Marple: A Murder is Announced,” the BBC miniseries "He Knew He Was Right,” "The Inspector Lynley Mysteries,” and "Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister,” starring Stockard Channing, Jonathan Pryce and Trudie Styler.


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