according to woman The siblings grew up together in London. Benedict Cumberbatch (45) and Tracy Peacock (62), who also had an artistic side, grew up with the parents of actress Wanda Ventham (86), who was recently seen in the TV series “Pendance”, and Timothy Carlton (86).
The latter appeared as the father of Sherlock Holmes in the movie “Sherlock” where the son plays the main role. The siblings have a common mother, but Ventam got Tracy with her first husband James Tabernacle.
Now the current “Spiderman” Cumberbatch shares that her sister has passed away, after battling cancer for seven years. To The Daily Mail, he described his sister’s loss as horrific.
– It has nothing to do with this world. It was noticeably different.
Furthermore, Cumberbatch describes his sister as a wonderful artist who has done a lot of restorative work on canvas and frames. He remembers the cards you made for special occasions, like Christmas, and which you made a lot of. The 45-year-old describes her as very talented.
Share childhood memories
Despite Ventam and Tabernacle’s parting ways, the Peacock teen stayed with his mother and grew up with Cumberbatch.
Tracy often took care of her 17-year-old younger brother. Cumberbatch narrates, among other things, an incident from childhood, in which a peacock walked from his little brother on the roof of a house one cold day and “forgot it.”
– Well, it was fun. The actress said that she was in the kitchen with her friends and suddenly she saw snow falling from the window daily mail.
The older sister spoke out on behalf of the The Imination Game actress when the breakup between him and his designer girlfriend Anna Jonas was a reality. Then Peacock explained why he was struggling to find suitable boyfriends.
– You have to be very smart to keep up. “I think that’s why he got into trouble,” she said at the time. daily mail.
Since it contains cumberbatch She is married to theater director Sophie Hunter (43).He has three children.
Tracy Peacock leaves behind a husband and a 34-year-old daughter named Emily.
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