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Big screen appearances in the likes of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and Confetti certainly helped solidify his standing as a go-to comedy lead for domestic offerings.
But it was being cast as Bilbo Baggins in Peter Jackson’s three-part The Hobbit epic and as starring as Watson in the BBC’s exceptionally popular Sherlock (for which he won a BAFTA and was nominated for an Emmy) that has ensured his career will be highlighted by more than hiding a stapler in jelly.
READ MORE: New Sherlock series four details REVEALED as Benedict Cumberbatch promises fans it'll be 'worth the wait' A starring role alongside Johnny Vegas in 2004's ill-fated and heavily criticised Sex Lives of the Potato Men may have initially suggested that Mackenzie's hopes of being a leading man were down the pan.
But after a memorable supporting performance as Ragetti in three Pirates of the Caribbean movies and highly-acclaimed performances on stage in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, The Seagull and Jerusalem, Mackenzie has certainly earned his stripes as one of Britain's foremost character actors.
He's even found time to write and illustrate a book for children, The Windvale Sprites.