The all-star status Hollywood actor, Benedict Cumberbatch, 45, is a beloved! His role on BBC’s Sherlock (literally) had everyone adore him to the core.
Since then, he’s starred in several blockbuster films, such as Avengers: Endgame and Infinity War.
The London native has also starred in other prestigious roles in movies like the Oscar-worthy The Power of the Dog and The Imitation Game.
Benedict is a loving husband to Sophie Turner and a father to three children. Sophie is a theater director and playwright. The couple got married in 2015.
Over the course of their marriage, they had three children – Christopher, Hal, and Finn. Finn Benedict is their youngest child, who’s 3 years old.
Finn Cumberbatch – Benedict Cumberbatch’s Youngest Son
Finn, 3, is Benedict’s youngest son and was born in 2019. Just like his other two sons, Benedict kept the little one away from media attention. They always keep things low-key.
In an interview with Vogue UK in 2016, Benedict said, “Having a baby ― it’s massive. And on a very unexpected level. Suddenly I understood my parents much more profoundly than I ever had before.”
Cumberbatch concluded by saying, “I was expecting, with ‘Hamlet,’ that it might be a hindrance to be a father, because it’s all about being a son. But it’s the opposite. You understand much more about being a son, becoming a father.”
Who are Finn Cumberbatch’s Older Siblings?
Because Finn Cumberbatch is just 3, what information would anyway be available about him. So here’s a bit about his lineage.
Finn has two older brothers, namely
Christopher Carlton Cumberbatch
Benedict and Sophie had their first child, Christopher, on June 1, 2015. His middle name is Carlton, inspired by his grandfather’s name. As per reports, he is reportedly called ‘Kit’ by his parents. At the moment, he is six years old.
When Kit was just a year old, Benedict stated what having a family meant to him. He said his family keeps him grounded, and that no matter what success one achieves in life, at the end of the day it’s all about who they get home to.
In a media interaction, the Brexit: The Uncivil War actor said, “I have a new family, and I have close friends who have known me since I first started and don’t think of me like that! They’re always happy to remind me who I am, which is good. I don’t find it difficult to stay grounded.”
During an interaction with Daily Mail in 2015, the 45-year-old opened up about how becoming a parent changed his life.
He said, “For years, I assumed my parents to be one thing, but when you have children yourself your perception of them changes, as do the things they have done over the years.”
Cumberbatch continued, “You interpret events and actions differently and take a much deeper understanding of what it is they did for you and went through for you. It’s a lovely thing.”
Hal Auden Cumberbatch
The couple had their second child, Hal, on March 3, 2017. At the moment, he’s five years old.
In an appearance on the show Live With Kelly and Ryan in 2016, the Sherlock alum shared how he and his wife were preparing for their second child.
He jokingly said, “They say it takes a village for one and it probably takes a city for two.”
At that point, Benedict went on to say that he and his wife Sophie were prepared for their second bundle of joy “as much as you can be” and noted how “exciting” the news of the forthcoming child was.
Finn Cumberbatch’s world famous Father Benedict Cumberbatch.
After rising to fame as a modern day version of Sherlock Holmes, Benedict Cumberbatch became regular number one on the list of the most desirable bachelors in 2012!
The actor is known for his spectacular roles as Sherlock Holmes, young Stephen Hawking, among others.
He’s always been a public’s favourite with his chiseled cheekbones and ravishing eyes. And, of course, ughhh… the crazy hot British accent!
In fact Benedict fandom is known to be the most loving fandom in Hollywood!
Benedict on welcoming his youngest son, Finn Cumberbatch says he’s looking for more child-friendly roles in the future…
Even the busy actor Benedict noted how he also wants to look into more “child-friendly” roles in the future, to be an example to his kids.
“I want them to know what I do for a living and they can’t always because of the certification of my films, we’ll all be a lot older by the time they get to see them,” he told Good Morning Britain in 2017.
“I would definitely like to do some child-friendly work in the future, I’ve done a bit but there might be a bit more of that.”