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His first major television role came in the television series Party Animals, a BBC television drama series about fictional parliamentary advisors and researchers in Westminster.
In Party Animals, Smith portrays Danny Foster, a parliamentary researcher to Jo Porter (Raquel Cassidy), a Labour politician and junior Home Office minister.
His role in the latter earned him an agent and his first professional jobs, Fresh Kills and On the Shore of the Wide World.
His new professional roles led him to seek an agreement with his university so that he could graduate without attending lectures in his final year.
As soon as Matt walked through the door, and blew us away with a bold and brand new take on the Time Lord, we knew we had our man." Smith was a relatively unknown actor compared to the actors then speculated about possibly taking on the role, who included Paterson Joseph, David Morrissey, Sean Pertwee, James Nesbitt, Russell Tovey, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Robert Carlyle, and Billie Piper.
Smith was one of the earliest actors to audition for the role, performing on the first day. He's open to every single facet of the universe." On the morning of , Smith carried the Olympic torch in Cardiff, an activity which was noted by Doctor Who fans for its resemblance to a 2006 episode of the show in which the Doctor carried the torch.
He talked about his character's emotional and intellectual maturity: emotionally, he lacks confidence around women—most notably seen with his unrequited love towards Kirsty—but Smith portrays Danny as a caring and sensitive but "wry, sarcastic, [and] witty" romantic; and intellectually, Danny is portrayed as attentive and possessing a strong work ethic.
Extending his repertoire into West End theatre, he has since performed in the stage adaptation of Swimming with Sharks with Christian Slater, Smith's first television role came in 2006 as Jim Taylor in the BBC adaptations of Philip Pullman's The Ruby in the Smoke and The Shadow in the North, while his first major role in television came as Danny in the 2007 BBC series Party Animals.
Smith, who was announced as the eleventh incarnation of the Doctor in January 2009, is the youngest person to ever play the character. His grandfather had played football for Notts County and Smith had also planned to play football, having played for the youth teams of Northampton Town, Nottingham Forest, and Leicester City, his teacher arranged that he play the tenth juror in an adaptation of Twelve Angry Men.
Matthew Robert Smith (born 28 October 1982) is an English actor.
He is best known for his roles as the eleventh incarnation of the Doctor in the BBC series Doctor Who and Prince Philip in the Netflix series The Crown, earning a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for the latter.
Within the series' narrative, he attempts to balance his affections for Kirsty Mac Kenzie (Andrea Riseborough), his intern, while trying to prevent Porter's imminent decline.