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January 28 2015

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January 01 2015

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Amanda :D
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December 25 2014

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December 17 2014

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-This reminds me of Christmas <3

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November 30 2014

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Grey hair suits him. (Freeman again)

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Martin Freeman at Mark Powell Bespoke, April 2013 (x


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November 24 2014

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October 24 2014

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Martin marveling at Peter’s tea handling skills…

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October 23 2014

First look of Sherlock star Martin Freeman in Holocaust film The Eichmann Show

Martin Freeman (right) as Milton alongside Leo (Anthony LaPaglia) in The Eichmann Show

The BBC is to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz with a raft of programmes including a feature-length drama starring Martin Freeman.

The feature-length drama, titled The Eichmann Show, will revisit the trial, which was televised around the world and was a watershed moment in the global understanding of the Holocaust.

Freeman and actor Anthony LaPaglia will tell the story of the 1961 trial of ex-Nazi officer Adolf Eichmann, known as the architect of the Holocaust.

BBC director of television Danny Cohen said: "The liberation of the camps is a very significant anniversary which the BBC will mark with a range of thought-provoking programmes."

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October 02 2014

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September 19 2014

September 18 2014

Martin Freeman: playing Richard III has done me in

Sherlock star Martin Freeman says he is relieved his Shakespearean debut as Richard III is coming to an end, and praises the 'exemplary' fans who came to see him

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Martin Freeman has admitted playing Richard III was so gruelling at the age of 43 that he has no idea how older actors find the energy for Shakespeare.

Freeman took on his first Shakespearean role in the production at London's Trafalgar Studios. Its limited three-month run ends next week, and Freeman said he was in awe of actors who play such parts in their 60s and 70s.

He cited 75-year-old Sir Ian McKellen, whose many Shakespearean roles include playing King Lear in 2007.

Asked if he would like to revisit the role of Richard III when he was older, Freeman replied: "I honestly don't think that I could. Since I've been doing this I've been thinking about people like Ian McKellen who do Shakespearean roles when they're a lot older and I have no idea how they do it.

"I don't know if it's to do with being a dad and having stuff to do in the day then doing this in the evening, but I can't see myself doing this in 20 years. It's doing me in now."

He added: "We are all knackered. I'm quite glad it's not going on for another three months, I have to be honest. It's an enjoyable play to do and I loved doing it but this doesn't feel like a short run."

Freeman made his name as a television actor in The Office, Sherlock and the recent drama Fargo, and starred in Hollywood's version of The Hobbit.

There were reports that female Sherlock fans had disrupted performances by clapping and cheering every time Freeman set foot on stage, but he laughed them off and said younger audience members had behaved in "exemplary" fashion.

"I would love to be clapped every time I came out but, alas, no," he joked.

"At the first preview on my first exit there was a smattering of applause from about 15 people and that was it. From that grew this idea that it was like the Fonz coming on, which frankly wasn't true.

"I think people put two and two together - the fact there are a lot of female fans knocking around, so if they're in the audience they must be clapping.

"There were a lot of first-time kids who came here and people maybe assumed that they would behave in a certain way but I have to say with very few exceptions, the under-25s who have been in have been exemplary," he said.

"Yes, there has been the odd phone going off but that's as much a 56-year-old as a 25-year-old."

The production ran into controversy when the animal rights group Peta accused it of cruelty to goldfish during a scene where the Duke of Clarence is violently drowned in a fish tank.

Speaking at a cast event, the show's vegan director, Jamie Lloyd, insisted they were not "goldfish murderers". The fish are now alive and well and happily residing backstage, Lloyd said.

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This morning I was watching Family Guy on Netflix when this guy appeared in the episode:

and I was like, wait a minute…is that…?



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August 26 2014

Why Sherlock star will never make a tweet of himself: Martin Freeman barred from social media by partner Amanda

Sherlock star Martin Freeman  has been banned from Twitter – by partner Amanda Abbington.

Speaking to me at last week’s Hector And The Search For Happiness premiere, Amanda, 40, revealed she has barred the star from using social media because she fears he would be unable to resist sharing one too many contentious opinions.

‘He will never tweet,’ said Amanda, pictured left with Martin. ‘He would destroy his reputation.

Not a twit: martin freeman's partner amanda abbington has banned him from twiter and social media because she fears he would say something he would later regret

Not a twit: Martin Freeman's partner Amanda Abbington has banned him from Twiter and social media because she fears he would say something he would later regret

'He’d say something he regrets. He says things he regrets every day at home and I say, “That, right there, is why you can’t do Twitter!”

'He is very vocal about stuff so we have to be careful.’ 

They had no clue they might win! Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman scoop Emmys for Sherlock...but don't even turn up Read more:

They were the rank outsiders in their Emmy categories.

But in a surprise choice Brits Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman were both honoured for their roles as Sherlock Holmes and his long suffering side-kick Dr. Watson at the Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Monday in Los Angeles.

Embarrassingly neither actor turned up to the glittering ceremony - maybe because they thought they didn't have a chance of winning their tough categories.

Elementary, my dear watson: benedict cumberbatch, right, and martin freeman won for lead actor and supporting actor in a miniseries or movie for sherlock: his last vow at the emmys in los angeles on monday

Elementary, my dear Watson: Benedict Cumberbatch, right, and Martin Freeman won for Lead Actor and Supporting Actor In A Miniseries Or Movie for Sherlock: His Last Vow at the Emmys in Los Angeles on Monday

Benedict, 38, won for Actor In A Miniseries Or Movie while Martin, 42, took the honours for Supporting Actor In A Miniseries Or Movie for Sherlock: His Last Vow.

Fortunately show co-creator and writer Steven Moffat was on hand to accept his award for Outstanding Writing For A Miniseries, Movie Or A dramatic Special for Sherlock: His Last Vow, the third season of the revamped classic detective series, based on Arthur Conan Doyle's novels.

He beat Larry Kramer's script for HBO's much lauded HIV-AIDS bio The Normal Heart plus Treme, Luther, Fargo and American Horror Story: Coven

Among Lead Actor nominees, Mark Ruffalo as an activist in The Normal Heart was widely tipped to win.

Where were they? both men, pictured as sherlock holmes and dr. watson, beat out tough competition from the stars of hbo's much-lauded the normal heart - but they didn't turn up to the glittering ceremony

Where were they? Both men, pictured as Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, beat out tough competition from the stars of HBO's much-lauded The Normal Heart - but they didn't turn up to the glittering ceremony

Others in the category were Chiwetel Ejiofor for Dancing On The Edge, Idris Elba for Luther and Billy Bob Thornton for Fargo along with Martin, who was also nominated for Fargo.

In the Supporting Actor section Martin was also up against juggernaut, The Normal Heart, with nods for co-stars Jim Parson, Joe Mantello, Alfred Molina and Matt Bomer.

He also beat his Fargo co-star Colin Hanks.

Busy stars: benedict, 38, and martin, 42, are both hard at work on other projects including the hobbit franchiseBusy stars: benedict, 38, and martin, 42, are both hard at work on other projects including the hobbit franchise

Busy stars: Benedict, 38, and Martin, 42, are both hard at work on other projects including The Hobbit franchise

Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman on Sherlock's 'rebirth'

The other reason why both actors were missing from the glittering event is their busy filming schedules.

Benedict and Martin are filming The Hobbit franchise of films, in which Martin stars as Bilbo Baggins and Benedict plays Smaug the Necromancer.

The pair are expected to come together to film the fourth season of Sherlock early next year.  But, before then, there will be a Christmas Special.

The man behind the revamp: sherlock co-creator steven moffat accepted the award for outstanding writing for a miniseries, movie or dramatic special for sherlock: his last vow

The man behind the revamp: Sherlock co-creator Steven Moffat accepted the award for Outstanding Writing For A Miniseries, Movie Or Dramatic Special for Sherlock: His Last Vow

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