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Dr Watson is a fictional doctor character. He also is featured as an assistant to detective Sherlock Holmes.

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Sherlock Holmes named most portrayed literary character in TV and film
Sherlock Holmes, who has been portrayed by actors like Basil Rathbone, Jeremy Brett, Benedict Cumberbatch, Robert Downey Jr, Tom Baker and many others, has broken the record for having more film and TV portrayals than any other literary character.

Holmes' 100 mph mind makes him difficult to play, says Cumberbatch
Benedict Cumberbatch, who plays the lead character in BBC1's drama series 'Sherlock', has admitted that keeping up with his character's fast paced stream of consciousness is taxing for him.

'Sherlock' stars deny homosexual undertones between Holmes and Watson
The lead actors in BBC's 'Sherlock' have once again insisted that there is no on-screen romance between the legendary detective Holmes and his sidekick Dr John Watson.

Martin Freeman describes 'Sherlock' as 'the gayest story in TV history'
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle must not have found it very amusing when Martin Freeman described the BBC series Sherlock as having 'the gayest story in the history of television'.

'Sherlock' triumphs with double awards at Bafta TV awards 2011
Detective series 'Sherlock' was a double winner at this year's Bafta TV Awards ceremony here.

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