How do I like ’em? (Kendra reporting here). I like ’em tall, dark, and handsome. Case in point: Matthew Goode, a British actor who’s done a surprising number of historical movies and looked fiiiiiiine in all of them. He’s tall (I just looked him up — 6’2″. I ovulated as soon as I read that). Dark. And HANDSOME. And he looks damn good in a suit. Let’s be lascivious together, shall we?
Copying Beethoven (2006)
Brideshead Revisited (2008)
As Charles Ryder, Oxford student who befriends a wealthy brother and sister.
A Single Man (2009)
As Colin Firth’s deceased boyfriend. ROWR.
Dancing on the Edge (2013)
As a music journalist in this 1930s-set miniseries. Adding this to my queue right now.
Death Comes to Pemberley (2013)
Normally I am immune to Wickham’s charms, but, PHWOAR.
The Imitation Game (2014)
Downton Abbey (2014)
As Henry Talbot in the Christmas special, who Lady Mary was all irritated by but turned out to be HOT and drives a fast car. RRRRRR.