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Matt Smith – British film and theater actor, has received wide popularity after performing the title role in the TV series “Doctor Who”. Nominated for the award BAFTA. Also known for the films “Womb”, “Christopher and His Kind.”
Biography
Matthew Robert Smith was born October 28, 1982 in the picturesque town of Northampton, UK. His father David was a professional football player and businessman, who played for the team “Notts County”. “I live well in my childhood: the nature, bike … I lived on a wonderful street, where we were just playing with the boys in football – the actor recalled. – In the summer I woke up at eight in the morning and played football until eight in the evening. All day, every day in the street playing ball! “Children’s passion for soccer has grown into a conscious desire to tie his career in professional sports. However, the boy was injured, and about grandiose plans had to forget. “My father supported me, saying:” The point is not disappointment, but how do you get over it. ” It was good advice, – says Matt. – And at school I had a wonderful teacher who encouraged my interest in the theater. As a result, employment of football became unbearable because of my injury and because of expectations imposed on me. And acting was the relief. I was delighted by the fact that it was necessary to use your imagination. ”
After high school, the young Smith entered the University of East Anglia in Norwich, where he studied acting and creative writing. Already he soon began playing in the troupe of the National Youth Theatre at the university. At 24, Matt made his debut in the stage production of the film “Among the sharks”, playing in tandem with actor Christian Slater, and won popularity among theater-goers. At the same time, he began to act in films. Matt first prominent role was in the British telefilm “Ruby in the Shadows” (2006), embodying the character starring Jim Taylor. Then the actor moved to London, where he successfully performed on the stage of the capital’s best theaters. The next three years Matt starred in such series as “Street” (2006-2009), “The Sarah Jane Adventures” (2007-2011), “Secret Diary of a Call Girl” (2007-2011) and others. In 25 years, Matt sang the title role in the TV show «Party Animals» (2007), appears as a young man, a devotee policy. The show brought him a certain notoriety, but the mass recognition of talk is not necessary.
When the actor turned 27 years of his career there was a qualitative turning point. In 2009, Matt was casting for the role of the legendary alien, alarmed the world in the course of his travels, “Doctor Who” in the cult British series. “After my first listen I shook hands all around and walked away. I thought that was a bit manic, too energetic. Then I went to Germany to star in a short film and thought that never again anything from them will not answer “, – confessed the actor. When it was announced that Matt Smith will be the eleventh Doctor in the series, is the first line of British TV ratings over the years, the actor made famous number one in the country. Reporters precipitated his parents’ house in Northampton, fans caught Smith in the streets. After the first episode, it became clear that he had lived up to expectations million-strong army of admirers of the series.
In 2010, Matt has appeared in the title role in “Womb” drama, represented beloved heroine Eva Green, she once lost, he decided to clone. In 2011, the actor played a gay writer in the television drama “Christopher and His Kind”, and a year turned into a clerk who dreams to get to the national team in rowing, in the film “Bert and Dickie.”

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