In 2004, he secured the leading role on British hit TV series "Hawking".
His portrayal of Stephen Hawking won him the Golden Nymph for Television Films - Best Performance by an Actor as well as a nomination for BAFTA Best Actor.
By 2014, he had two additional films, namely "The Imitation Game" and "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies".
We're done.' We just wanted to get a little snippet of who they really are, and it really worked."Dating videos could be cheesy, so host Graham Norton put his guests to the test and had them record a few (while promoting their work, of course).
With a vintage-inspired filter, Cranston looked directly in the camera and said, "Hi, I'm Bryan.
He, moreover, also performed in "Love's Labour's Lost" (2001) and "Romeo and Juliet" (2002).
After spending a year teaching English at a monastery in Tibet, he simultaneously kicked off an acting career, starring on TV series, like "Heartbeat", "Tipping the Velvet, "Cambridge Spies", (2003), "Fortysomething", "Spooks", and "Silent Witness".
I'm 60, and if you like threesomes, just remember: I like Malcolm in the middle." Redmayne, looking adorably nervous, followed his lead. "I'm 34, and if you're looking for a fantastic beast, I know where you'll find one." Cumberbatch was equally as naughty.
So Benedict Cumberbatch married Sophie Hunter on Valentine's Day and women around the world sighed deeply.“Most of them would come in and go, ‘I like long walks on the beach, and I’m very romantic, and I like to cook at home.’ It’s like, ‘OK, calm down.This is not going to work because you’re trying too hard. “I would usually tell a joke, and then they would laugh.I'd push the button when they're laughing and start the tape, and then say, 'Do you have a joke?' And they would say something or tell a joke, not knowing that they were being taped, and 50 seconds later I'd say, 'That's it.The Sun newspaper reports that the 38-year-old star of Sherlock and Star Trek: Into Darkness has been seeing British theatre director and actress Sophie Hunter for some weeks.