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On 20 July 2008, he appeared at T4 on the Beach in Weston Super Mare alongside fellow Skins cast members.
He appeared as Duncan Mc Kenzie in 2009's The Damned United alongside Michael Sheen, Jim Broadbent, Stephen Graham and Timothy Spall.
He also appeared in This is England '86 (2010), This is England '88 (2011) and This is England '90 (2015), Born and Bred, a BBC documentary-drama about Norfolk farmer Tony Martin, and the villainous John in The Fades (2011).
He received his acting training from the Central Junior Television Workshop, Nottingham. He has been the voice of the Clearasil advertisements in the UK.
In November 2008, he appeared in The Moment of Truth, episode 10 of the BBC show Merlin.
He plays Will, who is an old friend of Merlin's, from the village in which they grew up together.
“It’s wonderful to be starting production on ‘Deep State,’ knowing that we have such a strong and interesting company of actors to bring to life Matthew and the team’s fantastic scripts,” said Sara Johnson, vice president of scripted drama at Fox Networks Group, Europe and Africa.
“We couldn’t be happier that we will soon be taking delivery of our first regional scripted commission.” The eight-part thriller stars Strong as former spy Max Easton, who returns to the espionage game to avenge the death of his son.
He appeared alongside Skins co-star Nicholas Hoult. Whereas the rest of her family make their mark by spitting out rhymes to booming base beats, Jal seeks solace from the chaos all around her in the classical tunes flowing over her single reed.Although seemingly trying to keep a controllable distance from the adolescent conundrum that the 21st century teenagers have created around her, it is not long before she is sucked into the whirlwind of her surroundings.When Skins premiered back in 2007 on E4, it launched the careers of countless British teen actors.
Today, you might recognize their faces from Oscar-winning movies and Emmy-nominated shows.
“Games of Thrones” star Joe Dempsie and Belgian actress Lyne Renée have joined the cast of Fox Network Group’s “Deep State,” which has begun production in Morocco.