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Sherlock consults in VIctorian England - and takes the audience to a very special time travel....
Benedict as Richard, Duke of Gloucester who does everything in his power to accede the english throne.
Benedict takes a part in the movie Black Mass, the story of the infamous godfather Whitey Bulger, played by Jonny Depp.
Benedict will play the role of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, for 12 weeks only from August 2015 at London's Barbican Theatre
Benedict as Lewis Clark in a new animated fantasy film by Stephen Wallis.
Benedict is reading William Golding's story about a dean who thinks to be chosen to build an impossible high spire.
Last part of the trilogy - what adventures will Bilbo face finally?
The Biopic about Alain Turing, the exceptional British scientist - played by Benedict, the exceptional British actor.
Benedict voices a cool animal agent in the new adventures of the Penguins of Madagascar
Benedict is narrating an interesting documentary about one of the world's best footballer, Cristiano Ronaldo.
Benedict reads the original D-Day news about the landing of the Allied forces at Normandy's coastline.
Bilbo and his companions finally reach the mountain Erebor - but the adventure just begins!
Autobiographical drama about Solomon Northup's kidnapping that led to a 12 year enslavement.
A tragicomedy with a star-studded cast. Benedict can be seen as "Little" Charles Aiken.
For the 50th anniversary of the National Theatre, Benedict plays a short scene from "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead."
Benedict as Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, the most dangerous website of the world.
Benedict as narrator in an extraordinary documentary about one of the most historic cities in the world.
Benedict as perfidious villain John Harrison teaches Cpt. Kirk and the Enterprise crew to fear as never before in their lives..
Benedict as physicist Werner Heisenberg in a historic meeting with his colleague Niels Bohr.
Benedict as "visitor" in the opera adaptation of E.A. Poe's novel "The Fall of the House of Usher " - exceptional!
Is there any better voice for an Angel than Benedict's? A mysterious world where nothing is the way it seems.
With Performance capture technology Benedict becomes the dragon Smaug and the Necromancer in The Hobbit
Playing the part of Christopher Tietjens, Benedict suffers in a love triangle against the backdrop of the First World War.
Benedict reads the 4-part story about the aftermaths of a house party written by Simon Cleary for Late Night Tales
Benedict as protagonist Jimmy Porter in a rehearsed reading of one of Britain's most important plays, Look Back in Anger.
In this documentary about Stephen Hawking's "Grand Design" Benedict can be heard as the narrator.
Benedict narrates the charming Christmas story of the Snowman and Snowdog and their wonderful adventures.
Benedict as narrator in this exciting documentary about excavations of tunnels from World War I.
Today's economic plight of Italy pointed at handby Dante's Commedia read by Benedict, interviews and animations.
In this fine documentary Benedict is reading excerpts from W. Golding's diaries, author of The Lord of the Flies.
Benedict as The Creature and Victor Frankenstein in Nick Dear's stage adaptation of Mary Shelly's famous novel.
In this espionage thriller from John La Carre Benedict follows the trail of a traitor across Eastern Europe.
In Wreckers we can see Benedict as David, who seems to conceal a terrible secret from his wife - exciting!
Benedict as Major Stweart in a wonderful story about the friendship of a boy to his horse.
Benedict reads Chapter 58 - Brit from the world famous novel Moby Dick by Henry Melville
Benedict explores with Stephen Hawking the since time imemorial question whether a God created our universe? Amazing!
Benedict goes on a trip back to the 40s straight into the life of Sir Terence Mervyn Rattigan.
In this amazing documentary Benedict gives his voice to Stephen Hawking, the great astrophysicist.
Benedict as fatally ill James, who is on his last trip with his three best friends.
Benedict in the stunning view of the master of Post-Impressionism, Vincent van Gogh.
Nothing is as it seems in this fairy tale film with Benedict as father Henry Clark.
Benedict's signature role as Doyle's master detective Sherlock Holmes, transferred to London of the 21 Century.
Benedict as guest presenter at one of the craziest quiz shows that the BBC had to offer.
Benedict in the role of Nick Kaufman in the thrilling story about a peacekeeper in post-war Bosnia
In this British film satire about Islamist friends and their holy war, Benedict can be seen as negotiator.
Benedict and 14 other stars in a special charity gala for Dramatic Need at the Old Vic theatre, directed by Danny Boyle
In this National Theatre production Benedict plays David Scott-Fowler, a troubled historian trapped between the love of two women
In line with his starring role in Sherlock Benedict reads four compelling stories of the worlds famous detective.
Benedict reads poems including Ode to Nightingale by John Keats for charity
Benedict shines in the role of double agent Guy Burgess in a meeting with Winston Churchill in this play for Sky Arts
Benedict as Luke Fitzwilliam alongside Miss Marple in a superb TV adaptation of Agatha Christie.
Against the backdrop of WW2, the fates of two couples, including Benedict as Bernard, are closely linked.
Benedict plays Joseph Hooker in the history around Charles Darwin and his "The Origin of Species".
Benedict as narrator of enchanting documentary about the most impressive natural spectacle, the South Pacific.
Benedict speaks in the story about a young bat several roles with different voices and accents.
Benedict reads the children's story of a little red hen - also wonderful for "big kids".
Benedict plays the famous comedian Dudley Moore - a finest Brit comedy show!
Kafka's "The Metamorphosis" read by Benedict - world class literature as an audio book.
Benedict plays the lawyer Rumpole. He takes all kind of suspect clients and exciting cases.
Benedict extremely funny as unpaid Captain Martin Crieff in the BBC radio comedy show.
The British weather forecast in a slightly different style - Benedict in "Rainy Season".
Benedict reads the exciting investigations of Inspector Roderick Alleyn around a murder in the highest circles.
In Tom and Viv Benedict takes the role of the American playwright TS Eliot.
Benedict as Lord Tadanobu at the Japanese imperial court in the 10th Century.
Benedict reads poems inspired by Italian flair and southern charm.
Benedict as GF in a BBC adaptation about the life of the famous cricketer WG Grace.
Benedict participated in this BBC drama-documentary about the first democratic uprising in Burma.
The world in the future. In this sci-fi series Benedict occurs both in the role of Townsend as well as the narrator.
Benedict reads the detective adventure of Inspector Alleyn who investigates in a seemingly quiet small town.
Benedict as Dr. Murchison being accused of being a scam in this thrilling detective story.
Benedict as Howard Carter, the discoverer of one of the most famous Tombs in history
Exciting stories about the clever Railway Detective Thorpe Hazell - Read by Benedict.
Benedict reads the detective adventure of Inspector Alleyn and must solve a mysterious murder case.
Benedict as the 18th century poet Thomas Chatterton - But who or what really ended his life?
Letters and diaries give us insight into the life of a soldier during the Peninsular War - Benedict as Duke of Wellington.
Benedict in the role of Chris in a fragile story about a married couple at the Royal Court Theatre.
In celebration of Caryl Churchill's birthday and work with the Royal Court Theatre Benedict reads the part of Todd in "Far Away"
In the mini-series about the totalitarian surveillance Benedict is seen as Stephen Ezard.
Benedict as the husband of Mary Boleyn, mistress of the most powerful man in England, Henry VIII.
Benedict as arsonist Eisenring in Max Frisch's play in a new translation by Alistair Beaton.
Everyone around him is transforming - only Benedict as the main character and outsider Berenger stays as he is.
Benedict as a narrator in an exciting journey into Europe's musical history.
In this deeply sad short film Benedict has a dual role as twin brothers.
Benedict plays the real author Alexander Masters, who writes down the life of his friend Stuart.
Benedict as Paul Marshall in the tragic story of two sisters whose lives radically change because of a lie.
Benedict as Jonty set in the last quarter of the 20th Century, a period marked by major upheavals and Thatcher.
In Tennessee Williams play A Period of Adjustment Benedict shines as war veteran George Haverstick
As a Bristol student with high quiz grades Benedict can be seen as Patrick Watts with an quite unusual styling.
Benedict impresses in this historical drama as charismatic Prime Minister William Pitt.
Benedict as Nikolai Stavrogin loses his faith in God and falls into the darkest depths of his soul.
Who is better to give the greatest lover of all times his beautiful voice than Benedict.
Benedict plays George Tesman, an academic who seems to life the perfect life - but nothing is as it seems in this Ibsen play
Honore de Balzac's most important novel from 1835, touchingly read by Benedict.
A party in the 1920s - and Benedict as Mr. Tovey challenges his friend to find a murderer under the party guest.
Benedict as Peter Quilpe in a drama about a failed marriage and false realities by T.S. Eliot
Benedict reads the story of a young doctor, who lacks experience, but overcomes his fears and succeeds.
Benedict in a story about the transformation of British society within a quarter of a century.
For his portrayal of Edmund Talbot Benedict was awarded with the Golden Nymph for Best Performance by an Actor.
Benedict reports about the dramatic events of 9/11as narrator in this docu-drama.
Brilliantly amusing, Benedict brings us the "Breaking News" of the day as reporter Will Parker.
In this British comedy series Benedict is seen as Robin in two episodes.
Benedict as Ferdinand, son of the King of Naples, in Shakespeare's last play "The Tempest"
Benedict as Cpt. Rob Collin who is enlisted to be part of the historic day of the invasion 1944
Benedict reads an exciting story of Jack Aubrey that served as the basis for the movie Master and Commander.
Benedict in a BBC radio adaptation of the famous saga of Homer's Odysseus.
The captivating story in a group of short stories is read by Benedict in his usual entertaining way.
Benedict reads another story from the series about Captain Jack Aubrey and the ship's doctor Stephen Maturin.
Benedict plays officer Nigel Rowan in a story about India under British colonial rule.
In George Farquhar's play The Recruiting Officer Benedict plays Mr. Worthy for the BBC radio adaptation.
Benedict as self-assured astronomer Kepler in conflict with his Danish colleagues Brahe.
Benedict as physicist Stephen Hawking in this drama about his early days at Cambridge University.
Benedict reads the story about two men in Berlin at the time of the rise of the Nazis.
Benedict as Lyngstrand in a story about a woman who has to decide between her current life and love.
Benedict as bold, pubescent Rory Slippery who, together with his two brothers, drives his father completely crazy.
Benedict in the small part as Edward Hunt in the story about the famous Cambridge Five.
Benedict plays the part of Jim North in one episode of the BBC drama Spooks.
Benedict can be seen in a small role as a royalist in this drama set during the English Civil War.
Benedict's earliest radio work: a radio adaptation of Jane Austen's novel Mansfield Park.
Benedict plays the part of Warren Reid in two episodes of this CSI-like forensic drama.
Benedict as Freddy in this television drama about an unusual story of a lesbian love.
Benedict plays the part of a nameless man (The Man) in this TV-Adaption of a Hemingway story.
Benedict as Jeremy in a depressing film about ethical and moral subject of genetically modified foods.
In 2002 Benedict appeared in three productions by the New Shakespeare Company.
Benedict as Demetrius and Ferdinand in two Shakespearean plays at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre.