| Charlie Severin |
Guy Ritchie adaptations
|Family||Mary Watson (widower)|
|Occupation||Doctor (according to Sherlock Holmes)|
|Behind the scenes|
|Appearances||Sherlock Holmes (2009 film) (mentioned only)|
Sherlock notes that Severin was particularly tall and of Mary's age. He mistakenly believes that the two had gotten into a dispute, hence her lavish necklace as a calming incentive, then notes a mark on her left hand, obviously the residue of an engagement ring from Charlie. He states that she discovered its value, leading to their break-up. Mary is infuriated, and clarifies that Charlie had died, ending their relationship. She then throws her drink in Sherlock's face and storms out of the restaurant, followed by John Watson.