List of Benedict Cumberbatch performances

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Cumberbatch at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con

Actor Benedict Cumberbatch has performed in many films, television series, theatre productions, and recorded lines for various radio programs, narrations and video games. He first performed for the New Shakespeare Company at Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park for two seasons. He later portrayed George Tesman in Richard Eyre's revival of Hedda Gabler (2005) and since then has starred in the Royal National Theatre productions After the Dance (2010) and Frankenstein (2011). In 2015, he played William Shakespeare's Hamlet at the Barbican Theatre.

His screen work includes television appearances in Heartbeat (2000), Silent Witness (2002) and Fortysomething (2003) before starring as Stephen Hawking in the television film Hawking (2004). He has played Sherlock Holmes in the crime drama series Sherlock since 2010. He has also starred in Tom Stoppard's adaptation of Parade's End (2012). He appeared in To Kill a King (2003) and he went on to appear in the films Atonement (2007) and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011). He has starred in the films Star Trek Into Darkness as Khan Noonien Singh (2013), 12 Years a Slave as William Prince Ford (2013), The Fifth Estate as Julian Assange (2013), and The Imitation Game as Alan Turing (2014). Through voice and motion capture, he played the characters of Smaug and The Necromancer in The Hobbit film series. He plays Doctor Strange in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), beginning with the release of Doctor Strange (2016) and reprised the role in Thor: Ragnarok (2017) (cameo), Avengers: Infinity War (2018), Avengers: Endgame (2019), and Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021), and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022).

Benedict Cumberbatch has received various accolades throughout his career, including a British Academy Television Award, a Primetime Emmy Award, a Critics' Choice Television Award and a Laurence Olivier Award. He won the British Academy Television Award for Best Actor for playing the title role in the five-part drama miniseries Patrick Melrose. Cumberbatch won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor for Sherlock and the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor for Frankenstein. His performances in the dramas The Imitation Game (2014) and The Power of the Dog (2021) earned him nominations for an Academy Award, a British Academy Film Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award, and a Golden Globe Award, all for Best Actor in a Leading Role.

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2002 Hills Like White Elephants The Man Short film [1]
2003 To Kill a King Royalist [2]
2006 Starter for 10 Patrick Watts [1]
Amazing Grace Prime Minister William Pitt [3]
2007 Inseparable Joe / Charlie Short film [4]
Atonement Paul Marshall [1]
2008 The Other Boleyn Girl William Carey [1]
2009 Creation Joseph Dalton Hooker [3]
Burlesque Fairytales Henry Clark [5]
2010 Four Lions Negotiator [6]
Third Star James [7]
The Whistleblower Nick Kaufman [8]
2011 Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy Peter Guillam [9]
Wreckers David [10]
War Horse Major Jamie Stewart [11]
2012 Girlfriend in a Coma Dante Alighieri (voice) Documentary [12]
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Smaug / The Necromancer Motion capture and voices [13]
2013 Star Trek Into Darkness Khan Noonien Singh [14]
Little Favour Wallace Short film; also producer [15]
12 Years a Slave William Prince Ford [16]
The Fifth Estate Julian Assange [17]
August: Osage County "Little" Charles Aiken [18][19]
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Smaug / Sauron Motion capture and voices [20]
2014 The Imitation Game Alan Turing [21]
Penguins of Madagascar Classified Voice [22]
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Smaug / Sauron Motion capture and voices [23]
2015 Black Mass William M. Bulger [24]
2016 Zoolander 2 All Cameo [25]
Doctor Strange Dr. Stephen Strange
Dormammu (Motion capture and voice)
Uncredited as Dormammu [26][27]
2017 The Current War Thomas Edison Also executive producer [28]
Thor: Ragnarok Dr. Stephen Strange [29]
2018 Avengers: Infinity War Dr. Stephen Strange [30]
The Grinch The Grinch Voice [31]
The Dog Days of Winter The Grinch Voice; short film
Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle Shere Khan Motion capture and voice [32]
2019 Avengers: Endgame Dr. Stephen Strange [33]
Between Two Ferns: The Movie Himself [34]
1917 Colonel Mackenzie [35]
2020 The Courier Greville Wynne Also executive producer [36]
2021 The Mauritanian Stuart Couch Also producer [37]
The Power of the Dog Phil Burbank [38]
The Electrical Life of Louis Wain Louis Wain Also executive producer [39]
Spider-Man: No Way Home Dr. Stephen Strange [40]
2022 The Bubble Himself Cameo
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Dr. Stephen Strange,
Defender Strange,
Sinister Strange
[41]
TBA The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar Henry Sugar Filming [42]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2002 Tipping the Velvet Freddy Episode #1.1 [9]
Silent Witness Warren Reid 1 episode, two parts, season 6 (6.5 & 6.6) [43]
2003 Cambridge Spies Edward Hand Episode #1.2 [44]
Spooks Jim North Episode #2.1 [45]
Fortysomething Rory Slippery 6 episodes [2]
2004 Dunkirk Lt. Jimmy Langley Documentary [2]
Heartbeat Toby Fisher 1 episode [46]
Hawking Stephen Hawking Television film [47]
2005 Nathan Barley Robin 2 episodes [43]
To the Ends of the Earth Edmund Talbot 3 episodes [48]
Broken News Will Parker 3 episodes [49]
2007 Stuart: A Life Backwards Alexander Masters Television film [50]
2008 The Last Enemy Stephen Ezard 5 episodes [51]
2009 Small Island Bernard Television film [52]
Marple: Murder Is Easy Luke Fitzwilliam Television film [1]
2010 Van Gogh: Painted with Words Vincent van Gogh Television film [53]
The Rattigan Enigma Presenter Documentary [54]
2010–2017 Sherlock Sherlock Holmes 13 episodes [55]
2012 Parade's End Christopher Tietjens 5 episodes [56]
2013; 2021 The Simpsons British Prime Minister / Severus Snape; Quilloughby (voices) 2 episodes [57][58]
2014 The Colbert Report Smaug (voice) Episode #1,443 [59]
2016 The Hollow Crown Richard III 2 episodes [60]
Saturday Night Live Himself (host) Episode: "Benedict Cumberbatch / Solange" [61]
2017 The Child in Time Stephen Lewis Television film [62]
2018 Patrick Melrose Patrick Melrose 5 episodes; also executive producer [63]
2019 Brexit: The Uncivil War Dominic Cummings Television film [64]
Good Omens Satan (voice) Episode: "The Very Last Day of the Rest of Their Lives" [65]
2021 What If...? Doctor Strange / Strange Supreme (voice) 3 episodes [66][67]
2022 Saturday Night Live Himself (host) Episode: “Benedict Cumberbatch / Arcade Fire

Theatre[edit]

Benedict Cumberbatch facing right with brown-reddish hair
During rehearsals for Frankenstein, April 2011
Year Title Role Location Ref.
1998 Rat in the Skull Roche Edinburgh Festival Fringe [68]
1999 The Zoo Story Jerry Edinburgh Festival Fringe [69]
1999, 2002 The Kvetch George Teatro Della Contraddizione [70]
2000 Woyzeck Unknown Didsbury Studio
2001 The Visit Anton Schill Edinburgh Festival Fringe
Drayton Court Theatre
Tearto Della Contraddizione
Love's Labour's Lost Ferdinand Open Air Theatre [2]
A Midsummer Night's Dream Demetrius Open Air Theatre [2]
2002 As You Like It Orlando Open Air Theatre [2]
Romeo and Juliet Benvolio Open Air Theatre [2]
Oh, What a Lovely War! Unknown Open Air Theatre [2]
2004 Dead Hand Unknown The Old Vic [2]
The Lady from the Sea Lyngstrand Almeida Theatre [2]
2005 Hedda Gabler George Tesman Almeida Theatre
Duke of York's Theatre
[9]
2006 Period of Adjustment George Almeida Theatre [71]
2007 Rhinoceros Bérenger Royal Court Theatre [72]
The Arsonists Eisenring Royal Court Theatre [72]
2008 The City Chris Royal Court Theatre [73]
2010 After the Dance David Scott-Fowler Royal National Theatre [74]
The Children's Monologues Reader The Old Vic [75]
2011 Frankenstein The Creature / Victor Frankenstein Royal National Theatre [9]
2013 50 Years on Stage Himself / Rosencrantz Royal National Theatre [76]
2013 – 2015,
2018 – 2019
Letters Live Reader The Tabernacle
Hay Festival
Freemasons' Hall
The Town Hall
Union Chapel
[77]
[78]
[79]
[80]
[81]
2015 Hamlet Prince Hamlet Barbican Theatre [82]

Radio[edit]

Benedict Cumberbatch facing left with blonde hair wearing a suit and tie
At the London premiere of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy in September 2011
Year Title Role Ref.
2004 Mansfield Park Edmund Bertram [2]
Kepler Johannes Kepler [83]
The Raj Quartet Nigel Rowan
The Recruiting Officer Worthy
The Odyssey Telemachus [2]
The Biggest Secret Captain Rob Collins [84]
The Far Side of the World Narrator [2]
The Surgeon's Mate Narrator [83]
Mr. Norris Changes Trains Narrator [83]
2005 Le Pere Goriot Narrator [85]
Seven Women Tovey [86]
Medical Humanities: Baptism by Rotation Narrator [87]
Fieldstudy: The Field Narrator [87]
The Cocktail Party Peter Quilpe [2]
2006 The Possessed Nikolai Stavrogin [88]
2008 The Pillow Book Tadanobu [89]
Blake's 7: The Early Years Townsend [90]
Last Days of Grace GF [91]
At War with Wellington Duke of Wellington [92]
Chatterton: The Allington Solution Thomas Chatterton [48]
Spellbound Dr. Murchison [87]
Rainy Season Narrator [87]
The Tiger's Tale Narrator
Words and Music: Italian Fantasy Narrator [93]
Doctor Who: Forty-Five Howard Carter / Thing 2 [46]
2008–14 Cabin Pressure Captain Martin Crieff [94]
2008 Metamorphosis Narrator [95]
2009 Good Evening Dudley Moore [87]
Little Red Hen Narrator [96]
Rumpole and the Penge Bungalow Murders Young Rumpole [97]
2010 Rumpole and the Family Pride Young Rumpole [98]
Rumpole and the Eternal Triangle Young Rumpole [99]
Words for You: The Next Chapter Narrator [100]
2011 Tom and Viv T. S. Eliot [95]
2012 Rumpole and the Man of God Young Rumpole [101]
Rumpole and the Explosive Evidence Young Rumpole [102]
Rumpole and the Gentle Art of Blackmail Young Rumpole [103]
Rumpole and the Expert Witness Young Rumpole [104]
2013 Copenhagen Werner Heisenberg [105]
Neverwhere Angel Islington [106][107]
2014 Rumpole and the Old Boy Net Rumpole [108]
Rumpole and the Sleeping Partners Rumpole [109]
2015 My Dear Bessie Chris [110]

Narration[edit]

Closeup of Benedict Cumberbatch in a white shirt and black tie facing the camera with brown hair
At the 2014 London Evening Standard Theatre Awards
Year Title Notes Ref.
2006 Casanova Track: "Memoirs of Giacomo Casanova" [111]
2009 South Pacific Documentary; 6 episodes [112]
2010 Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking Documentary; 3 episodes [113]
2011 Curiosity Documentary; episode "Did God Create the Universe?" [114]
2012 Stephen Hawking's Grand Design Documentary; 3 episodes [115]
Our War Documentary narrating Lt. Mark Evison diary ; 1 episodes
Late Night Tales: Friendly Fires Track: "Flat of Angles (Part 1)" [116]
2013 Late Night Tales: Röyksopp Track: "Flat of Angles (Part 2)" [117]
Late Night Tales: Bonobo Track: "Flat of Angles (Part 3)" [118]
Jerusalem Documentary [119]
Usher House Opera by Gordon Getty [120]
2014 Late Night Tales: Django Django Track: "Flat of Angles (Part 4)" [121]
Globalised Slavery Documentary by The Guardian [122]
Cristiano Ronaldo: The World at His Feet Documentary [123]
2017 Walk with Me – A Journal into Mindfulness featuring Thich Nhat Hanh Documentary [124]

Video games[edit]

Year Title Voice Ref.
2011 The Nightjar Narrator [125]
2014 Sherlock: The Network Sherlock Holmes [126]
2014 Lego The Hobbit Smaug / The Necromancer [23]
2015 Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff Himself [127]

See also[edit]

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