Benedict Cumberbatch was a rugby player and painter at Harrow School, an independent institution northwest of London. The British star became big in his homeland for various roles, but his starring part in "Sherlock" is really what brought him international notoriety. He has gone on to star in Hollywood blockbusters like "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug," and "Star Trek: Into Darkness."
Emma Watson is probably best known for having played Hermione in the "Harry Potter" movies, where she earned over $10 million. Other prominent roles she has played include Sam in "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" and Ila in "Noah." She was named “most flawless woman of the decade” by BuzzFeed.
Jude Law first starred in TV in 1989 in "The Tailor of Gloucester," based on the Beatrix Potter story, and took a bunch of small British roles. Ten years later, he graduated to international fame with "The Talented Mr. Ripley," and has continued to star in big name movies like the "Sherlock Holmes" series.