| Mary Watson |
|Died||The Six Thatchers|
|Affiliation|| CIA (formerly)|
|Occupation|| Assassin (formerly)|
Part-time nurse (formerly)
|Family|| John Watson (husband)|
Rosamund Watson (daughter)
Harriet Watson (sister-in-law)
|Appearances|| The Empty Hearse|
The Sign of Three
His Last Vow
The Six Thatchers
The Lying Detective
|Main actor||Amanda Abbington|
Rosamund, later known as Mary Elizabeth Watson, née Morstan, was a former CIA and freelance assassin. She gave up that life, took the identity of Mary Elizabeth Morstan and became a part time nurse. She met John Watson whom she later married in 2013.
Mary was born with the name Rosamund and as an only child. Her nationality is unknown.
Career as assassinEdit
Mary worked for the CIA as an assassin. After a period of time she went freelance as part of a team called AGRA.
During a confrontation with secret service secretary Vivian Norbury at the London Aquarium, Mary was shot when she jumped in front of a bullet aimed at Sherlock Holmes. She died in the arms of her husband John Watson.
She is a size 12 and has a secret tattoo. She is also a cat lover and bakes her own bread. (All of this was quietly deduced by Sherlock the first time they met).
Mary Watson appeared in the Sherlock episodes
- The Empty Hearse
- The Sign of four
- His Last Vow
- The Six Thatchers
- The Lying Detective (as a figment of John's imagination)
Behind the scenesEdit
Mary Watson is played by the English actress Amanda Abbington.
Allusions to Conan Doyle storiesEdit
- The initials of Mary's real name A.G.R.A. allude to the Agra treasure, the mysterious Indian treasure of which the original Mary Morstan was an heir.