Sherlock Holmes is the most portrayed literary human character in film and television history, having appeared on screen 254 times as of 2012.[1] Additionally, many actors have portrayed Sherlock Holmes in audio dramas and stage productions.

Radio and audio dramas

Name Title Date Type
Edward H. Smith The Sign of the Four[2] 1922 Radio (WGY)
William Gillette The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes – "The Adventure of the Speckled Band" 1930 Radio (NBC Blue Network)
Lux Radio Theatre – "Sherlock Holmes" 1935 Radio adaptation of the play (NBC)
Clive Brook The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes – "A Scandal in Bohemia", "The Red-Headed League"[3] 1930 Radio (NBC)
Richard Gordon The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes[3] 1930–1933, 1936 Radio (Mutual, NBC)
Louis Hector The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes[3] 1934–1935 Radio (NBC)
Orson Welles The Mercury Theatre on the Air – "Sherlock Holmes" 1938 Radio adaptation of the play (CBS)
Basil Rathbone The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 1939–1946 Radio (Blue Network, Mutual)
Arthur Wontner The Boscombe Valley Mystery[4] 1943 BBC Home Service
John Cheatle My Dear Watson[4] 1943 BBC Home Service
Cedric Hardwicke The Adventure of the Speckled Band[5] 1945 BBC Home Service
Laidman Browne Silver Blaze[5] 1945 BBC Home Service
Tom Conway The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 1946–1947 Radio (ABC)
John Stanley The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 1947–1949 Radio (Mutual)
H. Marion-Crawford The Adventure of the Speckled Band[5] 1948 BBC Home Service
Ben Wright The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 1949–1950 Radio (ABC)
Carleton Hobbs Sherlock Holmes[6] 1952–1969 Radio (BBC series)
John Gielgud The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes[7] 1954 Radio series (BBC Light Programme)
Richard Hurndall The Sign of Four Parts 1–5 1959 BBC Light Programme
Robert Hardy Sherlock Holmes[8] 1970–1971 LP record series
Robert Powell A Study in Scarlet[9] 1974 BBC Radio 4
Kevin McCarthy CBS Radio Mystery Theater[10] 1977 Radio (CBS)
Barry Foster Sherlock Holmes[11] 1978 Radio series (BBC Radio 4)
Graham Armitage The Stories of Sherlock Holmes 1979–1985 Radio series (Springbok Radio)
John Beal CBS Radio Mystery Theater – "The Vanishing Herd"[10] 1981 Radio (CBS)
Gordon Gould CBS Radio Mystery Theater[10] 1981–1982 Radio (CBS)
John Moffatt Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula[12] 1981 BBC radio dramatisation of the novel
Mark Wing-Davey The Mystery of the Reluctant Storyteller[13] 1986 BBC Radio 4
Tim Pigott-Smith The Valley of Fear[13] 1986 BBC Radio 4
Roger Rees The Hound of the Baskervilles[14] 1988 BBC Radio 4
Clive Merrison BBC Radio Sherlock Holmes (the entire canon – the first actor to do so)[15] 1989–1998 BBC Radio 4
The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (British series) 2002–2010 BBC Radio 4
Simon Callow The Seven-Per-Cent Solution 1993 BBC radio dramatisation of the novel
The Unopened Casebook of Sherlock Holmes[16] 1993 Radio series (BBC Radio 5)
John Gilbert The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (American series) 1998–2000 Radio series (Imagination Theatre)
Roy Hudd The Newly Discovered Casebook of Sherlock Holmes 1999 BBC Radio 2
John Patrick Lowrie The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (American series) 2001–present Radio series (Imagination Theatre)
The Classic Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (the entire canon) 2005–2016
Roger Llewellyn Sherlock Holmes – The Death and Life,[17] Sherlock Holmes – The Last Act[18] 2009 Audio dramas (Big Finish Productions)
Nicholas Briggs Sherlock Holmes[19] 2010–2018
Seamus Dever The Hound of the Baskervilles[20] 2014 Audio drama (L.A. Theatre Works)
Orlando Wells Mrs Hudson's Radio Show[21] 2018 BBC Radio 4
Nicholas Boulton Sherlock Holmes: The Voice of Treason[22] 2020 Audio drama (Audible Original)

Stage plays

Name Title Date Type
C.H.E. Brookfield Under the Clock[23] 1893 Stage (Royal Court Theatre)
John Webb Sherlock Holmes[24] 1894 Stage (Royalty Theatre, Glasgow)
William Gillette Sherlock Holmes 1899 Stage (Broadway)
The Painful Predicament of Sherlock Holmes[25] 1905 Stage (Metropolitan Opera House)
John F. Preston The Bank of England: An Adventure in the Life of Sherlock Holmes[26] 1900 Stage (Clapham)
Clarence Blakiston Sheerluck Jones, or Why D’Gillette Him Off[27] 1901–1902 Stage (Terry's Theatre)
Walter Edwards The Sign of the Four[25] 1903 Stage (West End Theater)
Herbert Kelcey Sherlock Holmes 1903 Stage [Broadway Theatre, Butte Montana], Stage [Spokane Theatre, Spokane Washington]
Harry Arthur Saintsbury Sherlock Holmes 1903–1910 Stage (London)
The Speckled Band[28] 1910 Stage (London)
Kenneth Rivington Sherlock Holmes[29] 1904–1905 Stage (UK tour)
H. Lawrence Leyton Sherlock Holmes[30] 1905–1906 Stage (UK tour)
Károly Baumann Sherlock Hohmec, the King of Detectives 1905 Stage (Hungary)
Arthur V. Johnson The Burglar and the Lady[31] 1905–1906 Stage (US)
H. Hamilton Stewart Sherlock Holmes[32] 1906–1918 Stage (England)
Ferdinand Bonn Sherlock Holmes[33] 1906 Stage (Berliner Theatre)
Der Hund Von Baskerville[33] 1907 Stage (Berliner Theatre)
Dennis Neilson-Terry The Crown Diamond[34] 1921 Stage (London)
Eille Norwood The Return of Sherlock Holmes[35] 1923 Stage (UK)
Hamilton Deane Sherlock Holmes[36] 1923–1932 Stage (UK)
Tod Slaughter The Return of Sherlock Holmes 1928 Stage (England)
Felix Aylmer The Holmeses of Baker Street[35] 1933 Stage (Lyceum Theatre)
Tod Slaughter Sherlock Holmes 1930 (~) Stage
Basil Rathbone "Sherlock Holmes" by Ouida Bergère[37] 1953 Stage play
Fritz Weaver Baker Street[38] 1965 Stage musical (Broadway Theatre, NYC)
John Neville Sherlock Holmes[39] 1973 (~) Stage (Royal Shakespeare Company)
John Wood Sherlock Holmes 1974–1976 Stage (Broadway)
Leonard Nimoy Sherlock Holmes 1976 Stage (Royal Shakespeare Company)
Frank Langella Sherlock Holmes[40] 1977, 1981 Stage (Williamstown Theater Festival), filmed for TV in 1981
Sherlock's Last Case[41] 1987 Stage (Nederlander Theatre)
Paxton Whitehead The Crucifer of Blood 1978 Stage (Broadway)
Keith Michell The Crucifer of Blood 1979 Stage (London)
Valentīns Skulme Šerloks Holmss 1979 Stage (Latvia)
Keith Baxter The Penultimate Problem of Sherlock Holmes[42] 1980 Stage (Off-Broadway)
Murder Dear Watson[43] 1983 Stage (UK)
Paul Singleton Grit in a Sensitive Instrument 1980, 1982 Stage (regional theatre, Off-Broadway), cable TV
The Blue Carbuncle 2007–2008 Stage (Off Broadway, Los Angeles)
Charlton Heston The Crucifer of Blood 1981 Stage (Los Angeles)
Sherlock's Last Case 1990 Stage (Broadway)
Tom Baker The Mask of Moriarty[44] 1985 Stage (Dublin)
Jeremy Brett The Secret of Sherlock Holmes 1988–1989 Stage (touring, British)
Time Winters Sherlock Holmes and the Hands of Othello 1987 Stage (Off-Off Broadway, NY)
Ron Moody Sherlock Holmes: The Musical 1989 Stage
Javier Marzan The Hound of the Baskervilles[45] 2007 Stage (West Yorkshire Playhouse)
Julien Masdoua Le Cabaret Sherlock Holmes 2013 Stage (France)
Benjamin Lawlor The Hound of the Baskervilles 2013 Stage (UK)
Simon Michael Morgan Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol 2013 Stage (Britain)
Gregory Wooddell Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery[46] 2015 Arena Stage in Southwest, Washington, D.C.
Euan Morton Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery[47] 2015 Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, California
Paul Andrew Goldsmith Sherlock Holmes & the Case of the Christmas Carol[48] 2015–2016 UK theatre tour
Jay Taylor Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery[49] 2017–2018 Liverpool Playhouse
Luke Barton Sherlock Holmes – The Sign of Four[50] 2018–2019 UK theatre tour[51]

Television and DTV films

Name Title Date Type
Louis Hector The Three Garridebs[52] 1937 Television play for NBC (American)
John Longden The Man Who Disappeared 1951 Television short
Andrew Osborn The Mazarin Stone[53] 1951 Television film for BBC (British)
Stewart Granger The Hound of the Baskervilles 1972 Television film (American)
John Cleese Comedy Playhouse series 13 – "Elementary, My Dear Watson" 1973 Television film (British)
Roger Moore Sherlock Holmes in New York 1976 Television film (American)
Christopher Plummer Silver Blaze 1977 Television film (Canadian)
John Cleese The Strange Case of the End of Civilization as We Know It 1977 Television film (British)
Algimantas Masiulis Blue Carbuncle 1980 Television film (Belarusfilm)
Frank Langella Standing Room OnlySherlock Holmes[54] 1981 Television play for HBO (American)
Tom Baker The Hound of the Baskervilles 1982 Television serial in four parts (British)
Peter O'Toole Sherlock Holmes and the Valley of Fear 1983 Animated television films (Australian)
Sherlock Holmes and the Sign of Four 1983
Sherlock Holmes and the Baskerville Curse 1983
Sherlock Holmes and a Study in Scarlet 1983
Ian Richardson The Sign of Four 1983 Television films (British-American)
The Hound of the Baskervilles 1983
Peter Cushing The Masks of Death 1984 Television film (British)
Guy Rolfe The Case of Marcel Duchamp 1984 Television film (British)
Michael Pennington The Return of Sherlock Holmes 1987 Television film (American)
Edward Woodward Hands of a Murderer 1990 Television film (American)
Charlton Heston The Crucifer of Blood 1991 Television film adaptation of the play (American)
Christopher Lee Sherlock Holmes and the Leading Lady 1991 Television films
Incident at Victoria Falls 1992
Patrick Macnee The Hound of London 1993 Television film (Luxembourgian/Canadian)
Anthony Higgins Sherlock Holmes Returns 1993 Television film (American)
Matt Frewer The Case of the Whitechapel Vampire 2002 Television films (Canadian)
The Sign of Four 2001
The Royal Scandal 2001
The Hound of the Baskervilles 2000
James D'Arcy Sherlock: Case of Evil 2002 Television film (American)
Richard Roxburgh The Hound of the Baskervilles 2002 Television film (British)
Rupert Everett Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking 2004 Television film (British)
Jonathan Pryce Sherlock Holmes and the Baker Street Irregulars 2007 Television film (British)
Ben Syder Sherlock Holmes 2010 DTV film (American)
Michael York Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes 2010 Animated DTV film; voice only (American)

Television series

Name Title Date Type
Milton Berle Texaco Star Theatre – "Sherlock Holmes in the Mystery of the Sen Sen Murder"[55] 1949 TV episode (American)
Alan Napier Your Show Time – "The Speckled Band" 1949 TV episode (American)
Alan Wheatley Sherlock Holmes 1951 TV series (British)
Basil Rathbone Suspense – "The Adventure of the Black Baronet" 1953 TV episode (American)
Ronald Howard Sherlock Holmes 1954–1955 TV series (American)
Boris Karloff The Elgin Hour – "Sting of Death" 1955 Based on the novel A Taste for Honey (USA)
Douglas Wilmer Detective – "The Speckled Band" 1964 Backdoor pilot for the 1965 series (British)
Sherlock Holmes 1965 TV series (British)
Erich Schellow Sherlock Holmes 1967–1968 TV series (Germany)
Peter Cushing Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes 1968 TV series (British)
Nando Gazzolo Sherlock Holmes 1968 TV series (Italy)
Vasily Livanov The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson 1979–1986 TV film series (USSR)
Geoffrey Whitehead Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson 1979 TV series (American-Polish)
Peter Lawford Fantasy Island – "Save Sherlock Holmes"[56] 1982 TV episode (American)
Guy Henry Young Sherlock: The Mystery of the Manor House 1982 TV series (British)
Roger Ostime The Baker Street Boys 1983 TV series (British)
Jeremy Brett Sherlock Holmes 1984–1994 TV series (British)
Taichirō Hirokawa Sherlock Hound 1984–1985 TV animated series (Italian-Japanese) (Japanese version)
Larry Moss Sherlock Hound 1984–1985 TV animated series (Italian-Japanese) (English dub)
Elio Pandolfi Sherlock Hound 1984–1985 TV animated series (Italian-Japanese) (Italian dub)
Pat Fraley BraveStarr – "Sherlock Holmes in the 23rd Century" Parts 1 and 2 1988 Animated TV episodes (American)
Ross Bagdasarian, Jr. Alvin and the Chipmunks – "Elementary, My Dear Simon" 1988 Animated TV episode (American)
Brian Bedford Alfred Hitchcock Presents – "My Dear Watson" 1989 TV episode (American)
Jeremy Irons Saturday Night Live – "Sherlock Holmes' Birthday Party"[57] 1991 TV sketch (American)
Peter Capaldi The All New Alexei Sayle Show – "Sherlock Holmes & Watson"[58] 1994 TV sketch (British)
Jason Gray-Stanford Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century 1999–2001 Animated TV series (American/British)
Robert Webb That Mitchell and Webb Look – "Holmes and Watson" 2007 TV sketch (British)
Ian Buchanan Batman: The Brave and the Bold – "Trials of the Demon!"[59] 2009 Animated TV episode (American)
David Mitchell That Mitchell and Webb Look – "Old Sherlock Holmes" 2010 TV sketch (British)
Benedict Cumberbatch Sherlock 2010–2017 TV series (British)
Alexander Armstrong The Armstrong and Miller Show 2010 TV sketch (British)
Jonny Lee Miller Elementary 2012–2019 TV series (American)
Zach Sherwin Epic Rap Battles of History – "Batman vs. Sherlock Holmes" 2012 Online series episode (American)
Igor Petrenko Sherlock Holmes 2013 TV series (Russian)
Louis Oliver Moffat SherlockFlashbacks of Holmes as a child 2013 TV series (British)
Kōichi Yamadera Sherlock Holmes 2014–2015 TV series (Japanese)
Ewan Bremner Houdini & Doyle – "Bedlam" 2016 TV episode (American)
Mark Caven Houdini & Doyle – "The Pall of LaPier" 2016 TV episode (American)
Yūji Oda IQ246: The Cases of a Royal Genius 2016 TV series (Japanese)
Yūko Takeuchi Miss Sherlock 2018 TV series (Japanese)
Dean Fujioka Sherlock: Untold Stories 2019 TV series (Japanese)
Katsuyuki Konishi Case File nº221: Kabukicho 2019–2020 TV anime series (Japanese)
Ian Sinclair Case File nº221: Kabukicho 2019–2020 TV anime series (English dub)
Makoto Furukawa Moriarty the Patriot 2020–2021 TV anime series (Japanese)
Maksim Matveyev Sherlock in Russia 2020 TV series (Russian)
Henry Lloyd-Hughes The Irregulars 2021 TV series (British-American)

Theatrical films

Name Title Date Type
Unknown actor Sherlock Holmes Baffled 1900 Silent short film (USA)
Broncho Billy Anderson Adventures of Sherlock Holmes; or, Held for Ransom 1905 Silent films (USA)
Sherlock Holmes in the Great Murder Mystery 1908
Alwin Neuß Sherlock Holmes 1908 Silent films (German)
The Stolen Legacy (Den stjaalne millionobligation) 1911
Detektiv Braun 1914
Der Hund von Baskerville 1914
Viggo Larsen Sherlock Holmes in Deathly Danger 1908 One-reel short films (Denmark)
Raffles Escapes From Prison 1908
The Secret Document[60] 1908
Arsène Lupin contra Sherlock Holmes 1910 Silent film (German)
Otto Lagoni Sherlock Holmes i Bondefangerklør 1910 Silent short films (Denmark)
The Bogus Governess (Den forklædte barnepige) 1911
The Black Hand (Den sorte Haand) 1911
A Confidence Trick 1911
Einar Zangenberg Hotel Thieves 1911 Silent short film (Denmark)
Lauritz Olsen Den sorte hætte 1911 Silent film (Denmark)
Mack Sennett The $500 Reward 1911 Silent short film (USA)
Georges Tréville The Speckled Band 1912 Éclair series short films (British-French)
Silver Blaze 1912
The Beryl Coronet 1912
The Musgrave Ritual 1912
The Reigate Squares 1912
The Stolen Papers 1912
The Mystery of Boscombe Valley 1912
The Copper Beeches 1912
Harry Benham Sherlock Holmes Solves The Sign of the Four[61] 1913 Silent two-reel film (USA)
James Bragington A Study in Scarlet 1914 Silent film (British)
Francis Ford A Study in Scarlet 1914 Silent film (USA)
William Gillette Sherlock Holmes 1916 Silent adaptation of the play (USA)
Harry Arthur Saintsbury The Valley of Fear 1916 Silent film (British)
Hugo Flink Der Erdstrommotor 1917 Silent films (Germany)
Der Schlangenring 1917
Die Kassette 1917
Eille Norwood 45 short silent films 1921–1923 Stoll film series (British)
The Hound of the Baskervilles 1921
The Sign of the Four 1923
John Barrymore Sherlock Holmes 1922 Silent adaptation of the play (USA)
Carlyle Blackwell Der Hund von Baskerville 1929 Silent film (Germany)
Clive Brook The Return of Sherlock Holmes 1929 American film
Paramount on Parade: "Murder Will Out" 1930 Anthology film sequence (USA)
Sherlock Holmes 1932 American film
Arthur Wontner The Sleeping Cardinal 1931 1931–1937 film series (British)
The Missing Rembrandt 1932
The Sign of Four 1932
The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes 1935
Silver Blaze 1937
Raymond Massey The Speckled Band 1931 British film
Robert Rendel The Hound of the Baskervilles 1932 British film
Reginald Owen A Study in Scarlet 1933 American film
Bruno Güttner The Hound of the Baskervilles (Der Hund von Baskerville) 1937 German film
Basil Rathbone The Hound of the Baskervilles 1939 1939–1946 film series (USA)
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 1939
Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror 1942
Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon 1942
Sherlock Holmes in Washington 1943
Sherlock Holmes Faces Death 1943
Crazy House (short cameo) 1943
The Spider Woman 1944
The Scarlet Claw 1944
The Pearl of Death 1944
The House of Fear 1945
The Woman in Green 1945
Pursuit to Algiers 1945
Terror by Night 1946
Dressed to Kill 1946
The Great Mouse Detective 1986 Animated film (archive; voice only) (USA)
Peter Cushing The Hound of the Baskervilles 1959 British film
Christopher Lee Sherlock Holmes and the Deadly Necklace 1962 West German-French-Italian film
John Neville A Study in Terror 1965 British film
Peter Jeffrey The Best House in London (short cameo) 1969 British film
Robert Stephens The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes 1970 American film
Douglas Wilmer The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother 1975 American film
Nicol Williamson The Seven-Per-Cent Solution 1976 American film
Peter Cook The Hound of the Baskervilles 1978 British film
Christopher Plummer Murder by Decree 1979 British-Canadian film
Nicholas Rowe Young Sherlock Holmes 1985 American film
Mr. Holmes[62] 2015 Cameo in a film-within-the-film (British-USA)
Michael Caine Without a Clue 1988 British film
Juan Manuel Montesinos Sherlock Holmes en Caracas[63] 1992 Venezuelan film
Joaquim de Almeida A Samba for Sherlock 2001 Portugal/Brazil film
Robert Downey Jr. Sherlock Holmes 2009 USA-British films
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows 2011
Gary Piquer Holmes & Watson. Madrid Days 2012 Spanish film
Ian McKellen Mr. Holmes 2015 American film
Yoshimitsu Takasugi The Empire of Corpses 2015 Voice role; anime film (Japanese)
Chuck Huber The Empire of Corpses 2016 Voice role; anime film (English dub)
Johnny Depp Sherlock Gnomes 2018 Voice role; computer animated film (USA) (parody)
Naoki Tanaka Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger en Film 2018 Japanese film
Will Ferrell Holmes and Watson 2018 American film
Henry Cavill Enola Holmes 2020 American-British film

Video games

Name Title Date Type
Peter Farley Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective 1991 Consulting Detective series; live-action cutscenes
Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective Vol. II 1992
Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective Vol. III[64] 1993
David Ian Davies The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Serrated Scalpel[65][66] 1992, 1994 Voice role (1992 release); live-action video clips (1994 release)
Jarion Monroe The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Rose Tattoo[67] 1996 Voice only; digitized sprites based on a different actor
George Gregg The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Rose Tattoo[67] 1996 Digitized-sprite actor
John Bell Sherlock Holmes: The Mystery of the Mummy 2002 Sherlock Holmes series; voice role
Rick Simmonds Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Silver Earring 2004
Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened 2007
Sherlock Holmes Versus Arsène Lupin 2007
Sherlock Holmes Versus Jack the Ripper 2009
Kerry Shale Sherlock Holmes and the Hound of the Baskervilles 2011
The Testament of Sherlock Holmes 2012
Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments 2014
Alex Jordan Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter[68] 2016
Shinji Kawada The Great Ace Attorney: Adventures 2015 The Great Ace Attorney series; voice role (Japanese)
The Great Ace Attorney 2: Resolve 2017
Takahiro Mizushima Fate/Grand Order (Limited event character)[69] 2017 Mobile game; voice role (Japanese)
Bradley Clarkson The Great Ace Attorney: Adventures 2021 The Great Ace Attorney series; voice role (English, as Herlock Sholmes)
The Great Ace Attorney 2: Resolve 2021

See also

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