Gary Lewis on leaving Outlander and a new role in ITV drama The Level

IN the lane outside a Dumfries pub, a woman has just given Gary Lewis a sharp cuff round the ear. “That was for the bad thing you did,” she chides. The actor, his blue eyes twinkling, looks mock chastised. “You realise that wasn’t me?” he says, breaking into a grin. “That I was playing a character?” The woman purses her lips, her face softening a … Continue reading Gary Lewis on leaving Outlander and a new role in ITV drama The Level

Blacklanderz Convos! Outlander S2 Epi12

Blacklanderz Convos! Outlander S2 Epi12 – The Hail Mary  Directed by Philip John      Written by Ira Steven Behr & Anne Kenney This conversation is between Blacklanderz Michelle and Evelyn; both have read the book. Edited by Vida. HOPELESSNESS | DESPERATION | SACRIFICE | DEATH Michelle: Jamie, Claire, Murtagh and the rest of the gang have arrived in Inverness three days before the Battle of … Continue reading Blacklanderz Convos! Outlander S2 Epi12

Outlander: 14 Performers on 2016 Emmy Awards Ballot

14 Performances – Emmy Ballots! Out of 14, they HAVE to win some of them! Right?? Well, the Academy surely won’t be able to say that didn’t know anything about Outlander. See submissions below – some may contain *spoilers*. Good Luck. Fingers Crossed. Tùlach Àrd! SAM HEUGHAN – James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser Best Drama Actor CAITRIONA BALFE – Claire Randall Fraser Best Drama Actress … Continue reading Outlander: 14 Performers on 2016 Emmy Awards Ballot

Outlander star Gary Lewis launches new-look Gaelic learners’ website

OUTLANDER star Gary Lewis, who plays Colum MacKenzie – Laird of the Clan MacKenzie, has helped launched a new-look Gaelic learners’ website. The Scots actor, who is also a Gaelic learner, today threw his weight behind LearnGaelic.scot. LearnGaelic.scot is the popular interactive website that provides a first stop for anyone interested in learning Gaelic with a new emphasis on adult learners. Read more >> Continue reading Outlander star Gary Lewis launches new-look Gaelic learners’ website