You never know.’ So what do we know about this mystery woman who has dashed the dating dreams of Benedict’s loyal Cumberbitches?
I am not racingly modern; that is just where my head is at at the moment." "We know we both want to have children, but not right now," he said. I would love to have the ability to juggle a career and have a young child." He added: "Children are expensive, but, as an actor, if you freak out about economic maturity you'll never step out the front door, because it is feast or famine with us.Olivia Poulet grew up in south-west London and attended Putney High School, before studying drama at Manchester University.In 2010 she appeared in 'Sherlock', in a guest role in the second episode of the first series - The Blind Banker.In addition, she both wrote and performed in the stage productions of 'The Bird Flu Diaries' and 'Queef or Terrence' and has played multiple voice roles in the critically acclaimed and bestselling 2011 Bioware videogame, Dragon Age II.Sophie then moved to New York where she trained at the Saratoga International Theatre Institute under theatre and opera director Anne Bogart.
Sophie made her directorial debut in 2007 when she co-directed the experimental play The Terrific Electric.On Christmas Day (25Dec15), she tweeted a picture of a luxury food gift and wrote, "Best first Christmas present from my husband ever," and three days later she posted a snap of calla lillies, reportedly from her wedding day, and added, "The last of the flowers.Seeing them makes me feel happy sad overwhelmed and whole. " She began dating Dobiesz in 2012, a year after parting ways with Cumberbatch in 2011.As one of this country's most exciting young actors, Benedict Cumberbatch has never been more in demand.The 33-year-old star of Atonement tells Mandrake that he is, however, more preoccupied with fathering a child.‘We are absolutely grand and adore each other, but it’s just difficult if every interview is about me going out with Benedict,’ she said.‘I’ve always wanted to play English soccer player Icke, who dropped out of soccer suddenly and said he had found something called the “truth vibrations”,’ says Sarsgaard, overlooking Icke’s interim as a BBC sports presenter.