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Keywords: Brief Nudity, White, Brown Hair

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Birthplace: Great Yarmouth, ENG

Date of Birth: 10/17/74

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Any Human Heart (2010) Sexy, sexy, shirtless Ep. 02x03 | 00:15:29 Matthew Macfadyen shows off his shirtless bod while smoking in bed. (45 secs)
Any Human Heart (2010) Sexy, sexy, shirtless, straight Ep. 02x03 | 00:32:28 Hairy chested Matthew Macfadyen has a postcoital convo with Samantha Jones herself! (1 min 44 secs)
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Standing at 6’ 3”, Englishman Matthew Macfadyen is a tall glass of lager. After training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, the world was his oyster since the talented grad conquered the stage (Much Ado About Nothing, Henry IV) and screen (Warriors, Spooks, Perfect Strangers) with ease. Matthew made his boob tube debut as Hareton Earnshaw in Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights (1998). Since then, he’s lent his timeless presence to televised classics: The Way We Live Now (2001), Little Dorrit (2008), and Howards End (2017). In addition to playing Athos in a cyberpunk version of Alexandre Dumas’s The Three Musketeers (2011), Macfadyen appeared in Joe Wright’s big screen interpretations of Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice (2005) and Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina (2012), both starring Keira Knightley. In between, Matt and his naked T&A popped up in Frost/Nixon (2008). He then played the Sheriff of Nottingham to Russell Crowe’s Robin Hood (2010). Of course, most Americans know the British bloke for his Emmy-winning portrayal of Tom Wambsgans in the HBO hit Succession (2018-present). Yet Mr. Man is more turned on by Matt’s topless turn in Any Human Heart (2010). The PBS miniseries features Jim Broadbent, Sam Claflin, Hayley Atwell, and Macfadyen’s Mac-fury-chest! Whether accessing his credits on film (Death at a Funeral, In My Father’s Den); on stage (Private Lives, Perfect Nonsense); on audio book (The Coma, Stories We Could Tell); or on TV (Ripper Street, The Pillars of the Earth, Criminal Justice), we’d love to see more than just Matthew’s resumé!