Sherlock Holmes and the mystery of why he's so shy about his illustrious roots

Alison Boshoff
March 2013
Daily Mail;3/30/2013, p38
WHEN actors work on set, their every need is catered for. And when Benedict Cumberbatch, the Sherlock actor who was once described as looking like a Meerkat in a Magimix, is delivered his coffee in a Styrofoam cup, he has his own sardonic way of making the experience more fun.


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