Ashes to Ashes

Matthew Loved Ashes to Ashes

The Daily Express has an article in which Keeley Hawes reveals that Matthew cried at the ending of Ashes to Ashes. 

Also, "She said he raved about her sexy Eighties outfits, especially her red boots. Keeley... said: “He loved those boots.”"

Matthew's reaction to the ending of Ashes to Ashes

Keeley Hawes has been interviewed by the Daily Record and had a few comments about Matthew:

Having already road-tested the final scenes on hubby Matthew, she's confident it will strike the right note with viewers. She says: "I took home the last 10 minutes.

"He cried like a girl, which is always good to see. He loves it and just doesn't want it to end."

Read the full interview HERE

Keeley Hawes interview for Daily Mail

Keeley Hawes has done a lovely interview for the Daily Mail and had quite a bit to say about her family and hubby, Matthew.  You can read the full interview here.

Keeley was lucky (or astute) enough to marry two very domesticated men. Matthew does most of the cooking, and is so good with Myles that they were even cast as father and son when Matthew, a great fan of Ashes to Ashes, got his wish to play a cameo role in one episode of the first series. ‘They wanted a seven-year-old who looked at ease with Matthew, so they hired Myles,’ explains Keeley. ‘He came in, tipped a tin of beans over Matthew’s head, laughed and went home – so he had a very nice time.’

Matthew on US Television

Little Dorrit has started on PBS (Masterpiece Classic) as of Sunday night-- March 29, 2009.  Also, Matthew will appear on Episode 7 of Ashes to Ashes, currently showing on BBC America.  Episode 7 will air on Saturday, April 18.

Finally, Matthew will appear in Miss Marple's A Pocket Full of Rye, which will be shown on PBS' Masterpiece Mystery some time between July 5 - 26.

Ashes to Ashes to show on BBC America

BBC America has picked up the rights to Ashes to Ashes, starring Matthew's spouse, Keeley Hawes.  Both series one and series two (all 16 episodes) will be shown starting in March 2009.

Matthew Macfadyen guest starred in the first series (episode 7), as Gil Hollis, a charity worker with OCD.

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