Who is Matthew Goode wife Sophie Dymoke? Wiki, Net Worth.
Matthew Goode has a unique problem on his hands. He never really understands what his wife’s job is. As he revealed in an interview, ‘She works in the business side of fashion. I still don’t really know what she does; she’s given up explaining it.’ But to be fair to Matthew, Sophie Dymoke has hanged her jobs quite several times. From working as a fashion designer to working for fashion brands and lately as a Sales Director, Sophie has had her fair share of career changes. But regardless of the little nuances in their marriage, Sophie and Matthew share a loving relationship. In this article, we will take a closer look at the wiki-bio of Sophie Dymoke.
Sophie Dymoke was born in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England in 1982. Born and raised in England, Sophie attended the Sacred Heart School. After graduating from high school in 1991, Sophie attended The University of Wales. She graduated from the University in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science degree in economics.
After graduating from University, Sophie started her career as an account executive for The Donna Karan Company, LLC in London. Sophie moved to the United States in 2002 and began working for the popular clothing company Alice and Olivia LLC. She stayed with Olivia and Alice from January 2002 to November 2004. In November of 2004, Sophie began working as the sales manager for the Italian retail clothing company, Diesel. She left her position at Diesel in May of 2005 and began working as the sales director for Vince. She left Vince after three years with the company and took a break from her work life. The hiatus lasted from May 2008 to 2012, after which Sophie began working as the sales director for ‘MiH Jeans,’ which was founded by Chloe Lonsdale in 2005.
Meeting Matthew and Other things:
While both Matthew and Sohpie agree on the fact that they met each other’s at Matthew’s doorstep, each has a different account of the story. As Matthew revealed in an interview,
“She was sitting on my doorstep when I came home from filming in Poland or somewhere. That’s a good few years ago. She was best friends with my neighbour Emily in Clapham. She’d locked herself out. I was a bit flustered and quite tired. The way I remember it I opened the door and carried her bag up. But apparently I shrugged my shoulders, didn’t speak to her, opened the door but didn’t carry her suitcase upstairs. We got together at Emily’s wedding.”
The pair began dating in 2005 but kept the relationship under wraps. They made things official after a few years and Sophie gave birth to their first daughter Matilda Eve Goode in March 2009. The pair had another baby girl in September of 2013 and named her Teddie Eleanor Rose Goode. Following the birth of their second daughter, Sophie and Matthew tied the knot and the ceremony was held in 2014. The pair went on to have one more son, Ralph Goode, in August 2015.
A quick write on Matthew Goode:
Matthew Goode is an English actor who was born on April 3, 1978, in Exeter, Devon, England. He attended the University of Birmingham and graduated with a degree in drama and theatre arts.
Goode began his acting career in the late 1990s with small roles in the television show “Inspector Lynley Mysteries.” His breakthrough role came in 2004 when he was cast as Mandy Moore’s love interest in the film “Chasing Liberty.”
Since then, Goode has appeared in numerous films and television shows, including “Match Point,” “The Lookout,” “Watchmen,” and “The Imitation Game.” He is also known for his role as Charles Ryder in the 2008 television adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s novel “Brideshead Revisited.” Throughout his professional career, Matthew Goode has earned a net worth of $10 Million.
|Birth Name||Sophie Dymoke|
|Other Name||Sophie Dymoke Goode|
|Age||about 41 years old|
|Birthplace||Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England|
|Education||Sacred Heart School, University of Wales|
|Degree||Bachelor of Science degree in economics.|
|Husband||Matthew Goode (m. 2014)|
|Children||Matilda Eve Goode, Teddie Eleanor Rose Goode, Ralph Goode|