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Benedict Cumberbatch
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Cumberbatch at the premiere o 12 Years a Slave at the 2013 Toronto Internaitional Film Festival.
Born Benedict Timothy Carlton Cumberbatch
19 Julie 1976 (1976-07-19) (age 38)
Hammersmith, Lunnon, Ingland
Eddication
  • BA in Drama
  • MA in Classical Actin for the Professional Theatre[1]
Alma mater
Occupation Actor, producer[2]
Years active 2000–present
Parents
from the BBC programme Front Row, 23 December 2010[3]

Benedict Timothy Carlton Cumberbatch (19 Julie 1976) is an Inglis film, televeesion, theatre an vyce actor.

Credits[eedit | eedit soorce]

Film[eedit | eedit soorce]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2002 Hills Like White Elephants The Man Short film [4]
2003 To Kill a King Ryalist [5]
2006 Starter for 10 Patrick Watts [4]
2006 Amazing Grace William Pitt [6]
2007 Inseparable Joe/Charlie Short film [7]
2007 Atonement Paul Marshall [4]
2008 Other Boleyn Girl, TheThe Other Boleyn Girl William Carey [4]
2009 Creation Joseph Hooker [6]
2009 Burlesque Fairytales Henry Clark [8]
2010 Four Lions Negotiator [9]
2010 Third Star James [10]
2010 Whistleblower, TheThe Whistleblower Nick Kaufman [11]
2011 Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy Peter Guillam [12]
2011 War Horse Major Jamie Stewart [13]
2011 Wreckers David [14]
2012 Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, TheThe Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey The Necromancer [15]
2012 Girlfriend in a Coma Dante Alighieri Vyce; documentary [16]
2013 Star Trek Into Darkness Khan Noonien Singh [17]
2013 Little Favour Wallace Short film, an aa producer [18]
2013 12 Years a Slave William Prince Ford [19]
2013 Fifth Estate, TheThe Fifth Estate Julian Assange [20]
2013 Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, TheThe Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Smaug / The Necromancer Vyce, an motion capture [21]
2013 August: Osage County "Little" Charles Aiken An aa sang "Can't Keep It Inside" on sondtrack [22][23]
2014 Penguins of Madagascar Classified Vyce [24]
2014 Imitation Game, TheThe Imitation Game Alan Turing [25]
2014 Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, TheThe Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Smaug / The Necromancer Vyce, an motion capture [26]
2015 Magik Lewis Vyce; Post-production [27]
2015 Black Mass William "Billy" Bulger Post-production [28]
2017 Jungle Book: Origins Shere Khan Filming [29]

Televeesion[eedit | eedit soorce]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1998–2004 Heartbeat Charles / Party Guest / Toby Fisher 3 episodes [30]
2002 Tipping the Velvet Freddy Miniseries [12]
2002 Silent Witness Warren Reid 2 episodes [31]
2003 Cambridge Spies Edward Hand Miniseries [32]
2003 Spooks Jim North Episode: "2.1" [33]
2003 Fortysomething Rory Slippery 6 episodes [5]
2004 Dunkirk Lt. Jimmy Langley Documentary [5]
2004 Hawking Stephen Hawking TV film [34]
2005 Nathan Barley Robin 2 episodes [31]
2005 To the Ends of the Earth Edmund Talbot 3 episodes [35]
2005 Broken News Will Parker 3 episodes [36]
2007 Stuart: A Life Backwards Alexander Masters TV film [37]
2008 Last Enemy, TheThe Last Enemy Stephen Ezard 5 episodes [38]
2009 Small Island Bernard TV film [39]
2009 Marple: Murder Is Easy Luke Fitzwilliam TV film [4]
2010 Van Gogh: Painted with Words Vincent van Gogh Documentary [40]
2010 Turning Point, TheThe Turning Point Guy Burgess TV Theatre Live [41]
2010 Rattigan Enigma, TheThe Rattigan Enigma Presenter Documentary [42]
2010–present Sherlock Sherlock Holmes 9 episodes [43]
2012 Parade's End Christopher Tietjens 5 episodes [44]
2013 Simpsons, TheThe Simpsons Breetish Prime Meenister / Severus Snape (vyce) Episode "Love is a Many-Splintered Thing" [45]
2016 The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses Richard III TV film [46]

Theatre[eedit | eedit soorce]

Benedict Cumberbatch facing right with brown-reddish hair
During rehearsals for Frankenstein, April 2011
Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2001 Love's Labour's Lost Ferdinand Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park [5]
2001 Midsummer Night's Dream, AA Midsummer Night's Dream Demetrius Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park [5]
2002 As You Like It Orlando Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park [5]
2002 Romeo and Juliet Benvolio Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park [5]
2002 Oh, What a Lovely War! Unknown Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park [5]
2004 Lady from the Sea, TheThe Lady from the Sea Lyngstrand Almeida Theatre [5]
2005 Hedda Gabler Tesman Almeida Theatre / Duke of York's Theatre [12]
2006 Period of Adjustment George Almeida Theatre [47]
2007 Rhinoceros Bérenger Royal Court Theatre [48]
2007 Arsonists, TheThe Arsonists Eisenring Royal Court Theatre [48]
2008 City, TheThe City Chris Royal Court Theatre [49]
2010 After the Dance David Scott-Fowler Royal National Theatre [41]
2010 Children's Monologues, TheThe Children's Monologues Unknown Old Vic Theatre [50]
2011 Frankenstein The Creature/Victor Frankenstein Royal National Theatre [12]
2013 50 Years on Stage Himself/Rosencrantz Royal National Theatre [51]
2015 Hamlet Hamlet Barbican Theatre [52]

Radio[eedit | eedit soorce]

Year Title Role Channel Ref.
2004 Mansfield Park Edmund Bertram BBC Radio 4 [5]
2004 Kepler Johannes Kepler BBC Radio 4 [53]
2004 Odyssey, TheThe Odyssey Telemachus BBC Radio 4 [5]
2004 Biggest Secret, TheThe Biggest Secret Captain Rob Collins BBC Radio 4 [54]
2004 Far Side of the World, TheThe Far Side of the World Narrator BBC Radio 4 [5]
2004 Surgeon's Mate, TheThe Surgeon's Mate Narrator BBC Radio 4 [53]
2004 Mr. Norris Changes Trains Narrator BBC Radio 4 [53]
2005 Le Pere Goriot Narrator BBC Radio 4 [55]
2005 Seven Women Tovey BBC Radio 4 [56]
2005 Medical Humanities: Baptism by Rotation Narrator BBC Radio 4 [57]
2005 Fieldstudy: The Field Narrator BBC Radio 4 [57]
2005 Cocktail Party, TheThe Cocktail Party Peter Quilpe BBC Radio 4 [5]
2006 Possessed, TheThe Possessed Nikolai Stavrogin BBC Radio 3 [58]
2008 Pillow Book, TheThe Pillow Book Tadanobu BBC Radio 4 [59]
2008 Blake's 7: The Early Years Townsend [60]
2008 Last Days of Grace GF BBC Radio 4 [61]
2008 At War with Wellington Duke of Wellington BBC Radio 4 [62]
2008 Chatterton: The Allington Solution Thomas Chatterton BBC Radio 4 [35]
2008 Spellbound Dr. Murchison BBC Radio 4 [57]
2008 Rainy Season Narrator BBC Radio 4 [57]
2008 Words and Music: Italian Fantasy Narrator BBC Radio 4 [63]
2008 Doctor Who: Forty-Five Howard Carter / Thing 2 [30]
2008–2014 Cabin Pressure Capt. Martin Crieff BBC Radio 4 [64]
2008 Metamorphosis Narrator BBC Radio 7 [65]
2009 Good Evening Dudley Moore BBC Radio 4 [57]
2009 Little Red Hen Narrator [66]
2009 Rumpole and the Penge Bungalow Murders Young Rumpole BBC Radio 4 [67]
2010 Rumpole and the Family Pride Young Rumpole BBC Radio 4 [68]
2010 Rumpole and the Eternal Triangle Young Rumpole BBC Radio 4 [69]
2010 Words for You: The Next Chapter Narrator [70]
2011 Tom and Viv T. S. Eliot BBC Radio 7 [65]
2012 Rumpole and the Man of God Young Rumpole BBC Radio 4 [71]
2012 Rumpole and the Explosive Evidence Young Rumpole BBC Radio 4 [72]
2012 Rumpole and the Gentle Art of Blackmail Young Rumpole BBC Radio 4 [73]
2012 Rumpole and the Expert Witness Young Rumpole BBC Radio 4 [74]
2013 Copenhagen Werner Heisenberg BBC Radio 3 [75]
2013 Neverwhere Angel Islington BBC Radio 4 [76][77]
2014 Rumpole and the Old Boy Net Rumpole BBC Radio 4 [78]
2014 Rumpole and the Sleeping Partners Rumpole BBC Radio 4 [79]

Narration[eedit | eedit soorce]

Year Title Notes Ref.
2006 Casanova Track: "Memoirs of Giacomo Casanova" [80]
2009 South Pacific Documentary; 6 episodes [81]
2010 Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking Documentary; 3 episodes [82]
2011 Curiosity Documentary; episode "Did God Create the Universe?" [83]
2012 Stephen Hawking's Grand Design Documentary; 3 episodes [84]
2012 Late Night Tales: Friendly Fires Track: "Flat of Angles (Part 1)" [85]
2013 Late Night Tales: Röyksopp Track: "Flat of Angles (Part 2)" [86]
2013 Late Night Tales: Bonobo Track: "Flat of Angles (Part 3)" [87]
2013 Jerusalem Documentary [88]
2014 Late Night Tales: Django Django Track: "Flat of Angles (Part 4)" [89]
2014 Globalised Slavery Documentary bi The Guardian [90]
2014 Cristiano Ronaldo: The World at his Feet Documentary [91]

Video gemmes[eedit | eedit soorce]

Year Title Vyce Ref.
2011 Nightjar, TheThe Nightjar Narrator [92]
2014 Sherlock: The Network Sherlock Holmes [93]
2014 Lego: The Hobbit Smaug and The Necromancer [26]
2015 Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff Himself [94]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

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  39. "Small Island: Benedict Cumberbatch plays Bernard". BBC. 14 October 2009. Retrieved 4 September 2014. 
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