Matthew recently wrapped Scott Frank’s MONSIEUR SPADE (AMC) opposite Clive Owen, and was most recently seen opposite Gemma Arterton in FUNNY WOMAN (Sky). Other television credits include Armando Ianucci’s AVENUE FIVE (HBO), the lead in historical drama VIENNA BLOOD (BBC), Stephen Moffat’s DRACULA (BBC/Netflix) and Anthony Horowitz’s MAGPIE MURDERS (BritBox).
Matthew’s performance in AND WHEN DID YOU LAST SEE YOUR FATHER? gained him nominations for both a British Independent Film Award and an Evening Standard British Film Award. Matthew’s other film credits include THE IMITATION GAME, AN EDUCATION, JOHNNY ENGLISH STRIKES AGAIN and the lead opposite Karen Gillan in her debut film THE PARTY’S JUST BEGINNING.
On stage, Matthew received a Tony nomination for his performance in SKYLIGHT directed by Stephen Daldry. He played Edmund in the West End in the Young Vic’s critically acclaimed production of LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT opposite Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville, which was followed by sell out runs in New York and Los Angeles.