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Matthew Sweet (II)

Matthew Sweet is a writer and actor, known for Truly, Madly, Cheaply!: British B Movies (2008), Shepperton Babylon (2005) and Heart's Ease (2017). See full bio »
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Known For

Shepperton Babylon
(2005)
Heart's Ease
Heart's Ease Radio Broadcaster #2
(2017)
Cybermen
Cybermen Writer
(2009)

Filmography

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 2012 Nice or Nasty?: The Making of Vengeance on Varos (Video documentary) (written by)
 2011 People Power and Puppetry (Video documentary short)
 2011 Riverside Story (Video documentary short)
 2009 The Rules of Film Noir (TV Movie documentary) (written by)
 2009 Cybermen (Video short) (written by)
 2008 Truly, Madly, Cheaply!: British B Movies (TV Movie documentary) (written by)
 2006 Silent Britain (TV Movie documentary) (written by)
 2005 Checking Into History (TV Series documentary) (written by - 6 episodes)
- The Savoy (2005) ... (written by)
- The Ritz (2005) ... (written by)
- The Midland (2005) ... (written by)
- The Grand (2005) ... (written by)
- Claridge's (2005) ... (written by)
 2005 Shepperton Babylon (TV Movie documentary)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He wrote and narrated the obituary to composer Dudley Simpson for BBC Radio 4's Last Word.

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Alternate Names:

Dr Matthew Sweet | Dr. Matthew Sweet
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Personal Quote:

[on the mix of darkness and humour in Doctor Who (1963)] I think it's my favourite kind of storytelling as far as Doctor Who (1963) is concerned. It's certainly what makes Doctor Who (1963) richer and more watchable than some of its historical rivals. Doctor Who: Terror of the Autons: Episode One (1971) has killer gonks and a brilliantly nasty visual gag about a dead body inside a lunchbox. UFO (... See more »

Trivia:

He has worked as a columnist for The Big Issue, a film critic for The Independent on Sunday and he has contributed to BBC Radio 4. See more »

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