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Benedict Cumberbatch

Born July 19, 1976 in London, England
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Benedict Timothy Carlton Cumberbatch (born 19 July 1976) is an English film, television, and theatre actor. His most acclaimed roles include: Stephen Hawking in the BBC drama Hawking (2004); William Pitt in the historical film Amazing Grace (2006); the protagonist Stephen Ezard in the miniseries thriller The Last Enemy (2008); Paul Marshall in Atonement (2007); Bernard in Small Island (2009); and Sherlock Holmes in the modern BBC adaptation series Sherlock (2010).

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1917 ()
as "Colonel MacKenzie"
as "Stephen Strange / Doctor Strange"
The Grinch (2018)
as "Grinch (voice)"
as "Stephen Strange / Doctor Strange"
as "Stephen Strange / Doctor Strange"
as "Sherlock Holmes"
Magik (????)
as "Lewis"
as "Stephen Strange / Doctor Strange"
as "All"
Black Mass (2015)
as "Billy Bulger"
9 Kisses (2014)
as "Man at Costume Party"
as "Smaug / Necromancer (voice)"
as "Classified (voice)"
as "Alan Turing"
as "Little Charles Aiken"
as "Smaug / Necromancer"
Jerusalem (2013)
as "Narrator"
as "Wallace"
as "William Ford"
as "Julian Assange"
as "Khan Noonien Singh"
as "Necromancer"
War Horse (2011)
as "Maj. Jamie Stewart"
Wreckers (2011)
as "David"
as "Peter Guillam"
as "The Creature / Victor Frankenstein"
as "Nick Kaufman"
Third Star (2010)
as "James"
Four Lions (2010)
as "The Negotiator"
as "Stephen Hawking"
as "Vincent Van Gogh"
as "Henry Clark"
as "Bernard"
Creation (2009)
as "Joseph Dalton Hooker"
as "narrator"
as "William Carey"
as "Stephen Ezard"
as "Alexander Masters"
Atonement (2007)
as "Paul Marshall"
as "Joe / Charlie"
as "William Pitt"
as "Patrick Watts"
as "Edmund Talbot"
Hawking (2004)
as "Stephen Hawking"
Dunkirk (2004)
as "Lt Jimmy Langley"
as "Royalist"
as "Freddy"
as "Jasper Maskelyne"
as "Harry Larkyns"
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