Matthew Goode, 41, is an English actor. The star of such movies as Chasing Liberty, Brideshead Revisited, Watchmen, and The Imitation Game Goode has accumulated a net worth of $3 million as of 2020.
Matthew's $3 million worth of wealth comes from his long-spanning career as an actor. Goode debuted in 2002 as part of ABC's Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister.
He would go on to answer mediocre casting calls before finding prominence as Secret Service Special Agent Ben Calder in the 2004 romantic-comedy Chasing Liberty. The role- for which Goode was nominated in the Choice Breakout Movie Star – Male at the Teen Choice Awards- served as the catalyst to propel Matthew Goode into the mainstream spotlight.
Goode landed a litany of supporting roles in movies throughout the early-to-mid-2000s like Match Point, Imagine Me and You, and Copying Beethoven.
His leading performance as Charles Ryder in the 2008 British drama Brideshead Revisited garnered critical acclaim. Goode gained acclaim and recognition as Adrian Veidt/Ozymandias in Zack Snyder's 2009 imagining of the eponymous DC Comics, Watchmen.
The 2010s also saw Goode make multiple appearances in movies like The Lookout, A Single Man, Cemetery Junction, Stoker, Belle, and Self/less.
He also plays cryptanalyst Hugh Alexander in the Benedict Cumberbatch-led 2014 historical-drama movie, The Imitation Game.
On television, Goode's high-profile appearances include roles in The Good Wife, Downton Abbey, and The Crown.
Fans of Matthew Goode can watch him on the upcoming movie The King's Man, a continuation of Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman franchise starring Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton, and Rhys Ifans, among others.
In the table below, we breakdown the box-office earnings of Goode's most notable movies to date:
|Movie||Year||Earnings (In $)|
|Chasing Liberty||2004||12 million|
|Imagine Me & You||2005||2.6 million|
|Brideshead Revisited||2008||13.5 million|
|The Imitation Game||2014||233.6 million|
Matthew Goode was born Matthew William Goode on 3 April 1978. The English native was born in Exeter, Devon, to geologist Anthony Goode and nurse and theatre director Jennifer Goode.
He was a part of an extended family that consisted of an older brother, two older half-brothers, and an older half-sister.
Matthew got his education from Exeter School. A student of the art, Matthew pursued a degree in drama from the University of Birmingham. He also continued acting at Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London, England.
Goode's preternatural knack for acting was demonstrated in his earliest role when he was only six years old. He played the mouse in the theatre production of Wind in the Willows.
Matthew Goode has been in a long-standing relationship with English sales director, Sophie Dymoke. Their relationship started in 2005, and the two have been together ever since.
Their relationship progressed to matrimony in 2014. They have been blessed with three children: daughters Matilda Eve Goode (born on March 1, 2009), Teddie Eleanor Rose Goode (born in September 2013), and son Ralph Goode (born in August 2015).