Matthew MacFadyen

Highest Rated:
100% In My Father's Den (2005)
Lowest Rated:
23% Incendiary (2009)
Birthday:
Oct 17
Birthplace:
Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England, UK
Bio:
British actor Matthew MacFadyen studied at the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art before beginning his career on the stage. He joined the renowned theater company Cheek and Jowl, with whom he participated in productions of The School for Scandal, Much Ado About Nothing, The Duchess of Malfi,…

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
63% Anna Karenina
  • Oblonsky
$12.8M 2012
24% The Three Musketeers
  • Aramis
$20.4M 2011
43% Robin Hood
  • Sheriff of Nottingham
$105.2M 2010
Enid
  • Actor
-- 2009
23% Incendiary
  • Terrence Butcher
-- 2009
92% Frost/Nixon
  • John Birt
$18.6M 2008
Little Dorrit
  • Arthur Clennam
-- 2008
61% Death at a Funeral
  • Daniel
$8.4M 2007
MIA: Solved
  • Actor
-- 2006
Middletown
  • Reverend Gabriel Hunter
-- 2006
85% Pride and Prejudice
  • Mr. Darcy
$38.3M 2005
100% In My Father's Den
  • Paul Prior
-- 2005
40% The Reckoning
  • Actor
-- 2004
72% Enigma
  • Cave
$3.8M 2002
Almost Strangers
  • Actor
-- 2001
Anthony Trollope's The Way We Live Now
  • Actor
-- 2001
Warriors (Peacekeepers)
  • Pvt. Alan James
-- 1999
Wuthering Heights
  • Hareton Earnshaw
-- 1998
Secret Life
  • Actor
--


TV SERIES   

Rating Title Credit Year
100% Ripper Street
2013
  • Edmund Reid
2013 - 2014
86% Pillars of the Earth
2010
  • Prior Philip
2010 - 2011
Masterpiece
  • Logan Mountstuart (Middle)
  • Insp. Neele
  • Arthur Clennam
  • Sir Felix Carbury
  • Hareton Earnshaw
1992 - 2011
50% Any Human Heart
2010
2010
Miss Marple
2004-2014
  • Actor
2009
MI-5
2003-2011
  • Tom Quinn
2003 - 2005

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Quotes from Matthew MacFadyen's Characters

    1. Elizabeth Bennet: I wonder who first discovered the power of poetry in driving away love.
    2. Mr. Darcy: I thought poetry was the food of love.
    3. Elizabeth Bennet: Of a fine, stout love it may. But if it is only a vague inclination I'm convinced one poor sonnet would kill it stone dead.
    4. Mr. Darcy: So what do you recommend, to encourage affection?
    5. Elizabeth Bennet: Dancing. Even if one's partner is barely tolerable.
    From Pride and Prejudice. Submitted by Sarah K (7 months ago)
    1. Mr. Darcy: You have bewitched me in body and soul, and I love, I love, I love you.
    From Pride and Prejudice. Submitted by Basaure A (20 months ago)
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