Benedict Cumberbatch has been named PETA's "most beautiful vegan" after he switched to a plant-based diet earlier this year.
The 'Sherlock' star - who started following a plant-based diet at the beginning of the year - has been recognised by the non-for-profit organisation People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) for ditching animal products from his diet and encouraging his fans around the world to do the same.
'Selma' director Ava DuVernay - who decided to go vegan after realising that everyone, including animals, should be treated with "respect" and "love" - also bagged the title for the "most beautiful female vegan" of 2018 after beating off stiff competition from the likes of Thandie Newton, Sofia Sisniega and Ellen Pompeo.
PETA senior vice president Lisa Lange said: "Ava DuVernay and Benedict Cumberbatch are saving animals not only by going vegan, but also by sharing their commitment with the world. The vegan powerhouses behind 'Selma' and 'Doctor Strange' beautifully show what it means to be a compassionate star in 2018."
The annual award has previously been won by the likes of Ruby Rose, Jared Leto, Jenna Dewan, Liam Hemsworth, Carrie Underwood, Kristen Wiig, Miley Cyrus and Jessica Chastain, to name a few.