His credits at London's Royal Court Theatre include Bérenger in "Rhinoceros" by Eugène Ionesco
, Eisenring in "The Arsonists" by Max Frisch
(2007) and Chris in "The City", a new play by Martin Crimp
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[on Alan Turing
's royal pardon] The only person that should be pardoning anybody is him. Hopefully, the film will bring to the fore what an extraordinary human being he was and how appalling (his treatment by the government was). It's a really shameful, disgraceful part of our history.
Has mostly English ancestry, with small or distant amounts (to varying degrees) of Welsh, Scottish, Cornish, French, Swiss-French, Swedish, German and Dutch. His paternal grandfather, British Royal Navy and submarine commander Henry Carlton Cumberbatch, was born in Izmir, Turkey and his paternal grandmother, Pauline Ellen Laing (Congdon), was born in Bengal, India (their families were English). ...
Often portrays posh upper-class figures