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MATTHEW GOODE (Declan) currently stars as Jim in Tom Ford's critically acclaimed drama A Single Man. He recently starred as Adrian Veidt/Ozymandias, "the world's smartest man,” in Zack Snyder's Watchmen.

He is currently at work on Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant's Cemetery Junction (Sony Pictures), a comedy set in the world of insurance salesmen that also features Ralph Fiennes and Felicity Jones.

Last year, Goode portrayed protagonist Charles Ryder in Julian Jarrold's adaptation of Evelyn Waugh's "Brideshead Revisited.” In 2007, Goode starred as ex-convict Gary Spargo in Scott Frank's The Lookout, with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jeff Daniels and Isla Fisher. He also portrayed the posh friend and eventual brother-in-law of the tennis pro, played by Jonathan Rhys Meyers, in Woody Allen's Match Point.

In 2003, Goode made his feature film debut as celebrated Spanish-speaking writer Gerald Brenan in Fernando Colomo's cult biopic South From Granada. His credits also include Agnieszka Holland's Copying Beethoven, Ol Parker's Imagine Me & You and Chasing Liberty, opposite Mandy Moore.

For television, Goode starred alongside Imelda Staunton in the BBC telefilm My Family and Other Animals, which aired as part of PBS' Masterpiece Theatre in the U.S. Additional credits include the English crime drama Marple: A Murder Is Announced, Tom Vaughan's He Knew He Was Right, for the BBC, and The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: A Suitable Vengeance.

Raised in the city of Exeter, England, Goode studied drama at the University of Birmingham and, later, classical theater and stage acting at London's Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art. His stage credits include the roles of Ariel in Shakespeare's The Tempest and Moon in Federico García Lorca's Blood Wedding, at the Mercury Theatre, Colchester.

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