GUESTS

Duncan Lacroix

 Murtagh Fitzgibbons
 His heart belonged to Ellen MacKenzie, but hers belonged to Brian Fraser. Yet even though he couldn’t have her, he couldn’t leave her and so he was bound to the Fraser Clan by becoming the godfather to her son Jamie. Through the years he watched over the lad as he grew into a man, and the space in his heart slowly filled with a fatherly devotion for this child not of his blood.
    
    

Steven Cree

 Ian Murray
The head of the Murray family grew
up with his best friend and brother in law Jamie Fraser. Standing his ground in battle was nothing compared to standing his ground against the ever passionate tempers of the Frasers. With a kind hand and gentle heart he has become the cornerstone of Lallybroch, able to bring calm when
the flames of anger erupt, to bring a sense of logic to chaos, he is the strength that keeps the Frasers and
the Murrays together    
    

Gary Lewis

Colum Mackenzie
Glasgow-born Gary Lewis, Outlander’s Mackenzie clan laird, was 32 when he decided on acting as his full-time profession, when he joined Robert Carlyle’s Raindog Theater. Gary has had a variety of TV and film roles, including as the father in Billy Elliott, and parts in Eragon and Gangs of New York. He also starred with a young Sam Heughan in First Light, about World War II aviators during the Battle of Britain. He’s well loved in the Outlander fandom for his twinkling blue eyes and his enthusiastic hugs. 

Cesar Domboy

    Fergus
Cesar Domboy has quickly become a fan favorite since stepping into the role of older Fergus in season 3of Outlander. In addition to Outlander, our favorite Frenchman is best known for his role in the TV seriesThe Borgias, and his 
co-starring role in The Walk, about Philipe Petit’s high-wire walk between the World Trade towers. His newest film is A Bag of Marbles, currently in limited theatrical release in theUS. Fans who have met him report that Cesar’s English is better than he thinks it is.


Richard Rankin

Roger (Mackenzie) Wakefield
Scottish actor Richard Rankin admits to having been “utter mischief” when he was a child, and that side of him is still quite visible in interviews as well as panel discussions. Richard has starred in British dramas including Thirteen, The Syndicate Series 3 and Crimson Fields, he can also be seen delivering the laughs in the comedy sketch show Bourniston. Outlander fans got a small glimpse of his musical talent with his “Rat Satire” in season 2, yet are eagerly waiting to see his vocal skills used in key parts of the beloved series through his portrayal of
Roger MacKenzie. 

Graham McTavish

Dougal Mackenzie​
War Chief of Clan Mackenzie Dougal Mackenzie had a thirst for power that refused to allow anyone or
anything to stand between him and his destiny. His ability to lead the men of the clan through the dangers
of battle, tap room brawls and cattle raids was only faltered by his own pride. Yet still even with all his
faults the man helped shape the warrior that was James Fraser.