Benedict Cumberbatch

(opinion article)

Benedict Timothy Carlton Cumberbatch is a world known English film actor.

Since 2001, Cumberbatch has starred in classic plays at the Open Air Theater in Regens Park, the Almeida Theater, the Royal Court Theater and the National Theater. He was nominated for a Lawrence Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Tesman in ‘Hedde Gabler,’ which he played at the Almeida Theater on March 16, 2005, and at the Duke’s Theater in York in the West End on May 19, 2005.

Cumberbatch’s television roles include two guest appearances in ‘Heartbeat’ and a role in ITV’s comedy series ‘A Little Over 40.’ In 2004, he played Stephen Hawking in ‘Hawking.’ For this role, Cumberbatch was nominated for a BAFTA TV Award for Best Actor and received a Golden Nymph for Best Actor in a Television Film. In 2005, Cumberbatch played the main character Edmund Talbot in the miniseries ‘Journey to the Edge of the Earth’ based on the William Golding trilogy.

Cumberbatch is a big fan of the British science fiction series ‘Doctor Who’ and said in an interview that he would be interested in appearing in the lead or supporting role in this series, produced by his personal friend Stephen Moffat. In 2008, he discussed with David Tennant the possibility of playing the role of Doctor, but then for some reason changed his mind to try for the role. He later starred in the BBC miniseries ‘The Last Enemy,’ for which he was nominated for the Satellite Award for Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie. In December, Cumberbatch appeared in the unseen pilot series ‘The Dark Side of the Earth,’ a fantasy film starring Max, a Victorian paranoid who is afraid of germs and lives inside an airtight bio-suit.

In 2010, Cumberbatch began playing Sherlock Holmes in the BBC television series ‘Sherlock,’ which earned critical acclaim and was hailed by viewers. Also that year, he played Vincent van Gogh in the film ‘Van Gogh: Painting with Words,’ and this role was also accepted with great approval. In 2006, Cumberbatch played William Pitt in The Amazing Grace. This is the second most important role in the film, and it earned a nomination for the London Film Critics Award ‘Breakthrough of the Year.’ Cumberbatch later appeared in cameo roles in Atonement (2007) and Another Boleyn (2008). In 2009, he played the role of Charles Darwin’s friend Joseph Hooker in ‘Origin.’ He is known for his role in ‘The Informant’ and Steven Spielberg’s ‘War Horse,’ as well as for his role as Peter Guillaume in the 2012 film adaptation of John Le Carre’s ‘Spy, Get Away.’

Cumberbatch plays Dr. Stephen Strange in the Marvel Film Universe, starting with ‘Doctor Strange,’ and voices versions of Stephen Strange from other universes, such as Supreme Dr. Strange in the animated series ‘What if?’

Benedict Cumberbatch supported Ukraine in connection with Russia’s military aggression. During the opening of the star show on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the actor delivered a high-spirited speech in the defense of Ukraine with a call to help whoever can, our bleeding country and Ukrainian refugees. I think that he is a great person with a big heart…

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