List of Outlander characters

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The following is a list of characters from Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series, beginning with the 1991 novel Outlander. The story focuses on 20th century nurse Claire Randall, who time travels to 18th-century Scotland and finds adventure and romance with the dashing Jamie Fraser. A mix of several genres, the series features elements of historical fiction, romance, adventure, mystery and science fiction/fantasy.[1] In August 2014, the US-based cable channel Starz debuted a TV series adaptation based on the novels.[2][3][4]

Main characters[edit]

Character Description First Appearance
Novel Television Actor
Claire Fraser Practical and independent nurse from the 1940s who finds herself in the Scottish Highlands in the 1740s. Already married to Frank Randall, she falls in love with Jamie Fraser and becomes his wife in the past. She is a gifted natural physician and an amateur botanist, skills that can appear to be witchcraft in the 18th century. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Sassenach") Caitriona Balfe[5]
James "Jamie" MacKenzie Fraser (a.k.a. Jamie MacTavish) A young Scottish redhead with a complicated past and a disarming sense of humor, Jamie is intelligent, principled, and, by 18th century standards, educated and worldly. He falls in love with Claire. He has the title Laird of Broch Tuarach, the Fraser home. His wife, Claire Fraiser, is accorded the title Lady Broch Tuarach. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Sassenach") Sam Heughan[6]
Frank Randall Claire's husband in the 20th century is a history professor with a deep interest in his genealogy and heritage. He worked for MI6 during World War II. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Sassenach") Tobias Menzies[7]
Jonathan Wolverton Randall (a.k.a. Black Jack Randall) Frank Randall's ancestor, a British army officer. According to Jamie Fraser the "Black" refers to the color of his soul. He bears a strong resemblance to Frank Randall. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Sassenach") Tobias Menzies[7]
Murtagh Fraser Jamie's godfather albeit taciturn is very loyal to Jamie and Claire and is one of only a few people from the past to know the truth about Claire. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Sassenach") Duncan Lacroix[8]
Colum MacKenzie The Laird of Leoch, Colum is chief of the MacKenzie clan, and Jamie's maternal uncle. Colum shelters Jamie and Claire from the English. He suffers from Toulouse-Lautrec Syndrome. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Castle Leoch") Gary Lewis[9]
Dougal MacKenzie Colum's younger Jacobite brother, who leads the clan in battle because his older brother is physically disabled. He is the biological father of Colum's son, Hamish, and took Jamie as foster son for a year as a teen. He has four daughters, and later a son with Geillis Duncan. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Sassenach") Graham McTavish[9]
Geillis Duncan (a.k.a. Gillian Edgars) The wife of the procurator fiscal who possesses knowledge of the use of herbs and plants for healing. Having an affair with Dougal MacKenzie, she is pregnant with his child when imprisoned for witchcraft. Her pregnancy wins a brief reprieve on her death sentence. Claire learns that Geillis is a time traveller from the 1960s. In 1968, Geillis (whose 20th century name is Gillian Edgars) murders her husband, Greg Edgars, in a ritual to travel back through the stones. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Castle Leoch") Lotte Verbeek[10][11]
Roger Wakefield The adopted son of Reverend Wakefield, directly descended from Dougal MacKenzie and Geillis Duncan. As an adult, he meets and becomes involved with Brianna. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Both Sides Now") Rory Burns (young)[12]
Season 2 ("Dragonfly in Amber") Richard Rankin[12][13]
Fergus Fraser French orphan named Claudel whom Claire and Jamie take in, and rename Fergus. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Useful Occupations and Deceptions") Romann Berrux (young)[14]
Season 3 ("A. Malcolm") César Domboy[15]
Lord John Grey Sixteen-year-old English soldier who chances upon Jamie and Claire on the eve of the Battle of Prestonpans. Jamie spares his life, and this debt is repaid later as Grey's elder brother, the Earl of Melton, spares Jamie from execution after the Battle of Culloden. Years later, an adult Lord John becomes the governor of Ardsmuir Prison, where he and prisoner Jamie begin an unlikely but complicated friendship. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Je Suis Prest") Oscar Kennedy (young)[16][17]
Season 3 ("All Debts Paid") David Berry[18][19]
Brianna "Bree" Randall Claire and Jamie's daughter, raised in 20th century Boston as Frank's child. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ( "Faith") Niamh Elwell (young)[20]
Season 2 ("Dragonfly in Amber") Sophie Skelton[21]
Season 3 ("All Debts Paid") Gemma Fray (young)[22]
Ian Fraser Murray ("Young Ian") Youngest son of Ian Murray and Jenny Fraser. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("A. Malcolm") John Bell[23]
Marsali MacKimmie Fraser Laoghaire MacKenzie's elder daughter by Simon MacKimmie. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("First Wife") Lauren Lyle[15]
William Ransom, 9th Earl of Ellesmere Son and heir of Lord Ellesmere and Geneva Dunsany, actually fathered by Jamie Fraser. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("Of Lost Things") Clark Butler[24]
Season 4("Blood of My Blood") Oliver Finnegan
Stephen Bonnet Irish smuggler and pirate that Jamie and Claire encounter. Drums of Autumn (1996) Season 4 ("America the Beautiful") Edward Speleers[25]
Jocasta MacKenzie Cameron Jamie Fraser's aunt, the youngest sister of Ellen, Colum, and Dougal MacKenzie. Drums of Autumn (1996) Season 4 ("Do No Harm") Maria Doyle Kennedy[25]

Supporting characters[edit]

20th century
Character Description First Appearance
Novel Television Actor
Rev. Dr. Reginald Wakefield A vicar in Inverness and amateur historian and genealogist. He adopts young Roger. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Sassenach") James Fleet[10]
Mrs. Baird The nosy proprietor of an Inverness bed and breakfast; she hosts Claire and Frank on their second honeymoon after World War II. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Sassenach") Kathryn Howden[26]
Mrs. Graham Reverend Wakefield's druid housekeeper, she predicts Claire's "love of two men". Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Sassenach") Tracey Wilkinson[26]
Fiona Graham Mrs. Graham's granddaughter. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Dragonfly in Amber") Iona Claire[27]
Greg Edgars Husband of Gillian Edgars (Geillis Duncan) in 1968. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Dragonfly in Amber") James Robinson[27][28]
Millie Nelson A married woman whom Claire befriends after returning to modern times. N/A Season 3 ("The Battle Joined") Kimberley Nixon[29]
Joe Abernathy Claire's friend from medical school. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("Surrender") Wil Johnson[23]
Sandy Travers Frank's longtime mistress, a Harvard professor and one of his former students. N/A Season 3 ("All Debts Paid") Sarah MacRae[30]
Gayle Brianna's best friend and college roommate. Drums of Autumn (1996) Season 4 ("Common Ground") Simona Brown[31][32]
Rob Cameron Colleague of Brianna MacKenzie at the North of Scotland Hydro Electric Board. An Echo in the Bone (2009)

Introduced in Outlander (1991)[edit]

18th century
Character Description First Appearance
Novel Television Actor
Rupert MacKenzie A loyal member of Clan MacKenzie; Jamie's second cousin. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Sassenach") Grant O'Rourke[33]
Angus Mhor When Jamie takes Laoghaire's punishment, Mhor beats him. He assuages Colum's pain. The role is expanded in the television series as a close friend of Jamie's. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Sassenach") Stephen Walters[34][35]
Janet "Jenny" Fraser Murray Jamie's strong-willed older sister is married to Ian Murray, and they have children. She is as stubborn as her brother. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Castle Leoch") Laura Donnelly[36]
Glenna "Mrs. Fitz" Fitzgibbons The long-time housekeeper of Castle Leoch, she manages all functions as head cook and butler. She is Laoghaire MacKenzie's grandmother. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Castle Leoch") Annette Badland[35]
Laoghaire MacKenzie A young girl of 16 who is attracted to Jamie. She sends Claire to Geillis just prior to the witch trial because she "loves" Jamie and wants him back. She is Mrs Fitz's granddaughter. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Castle Leoch") Nell Hudson[37]
Letitia MacKenzie Wife of Colum, mother of Hamish. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Castle Leoch") Aislín McGuckin[38]
Alec McMahon MacKenzie (Auld Alec) The Master of Horse of Castle Leoch wears a patch over his missing eye. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Castle Leoch") Liam Carney[39]
Hamish MacKenzie The son and heir of Colum and his wife Letitia, who has secretly been fathered by Dougal MacKenzie. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Castle Leoch") Roderick Gilkison[40]
Gwyllyn A Welshman, and visiting bard at Castle Leoch. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("The Way Out") Gillebride MacMillan[41]
Arthur Duncan The procurator fiscal of the village of Cranesmuir, and husband of Geillis. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("The Way Out") John Sessions[28][42]
Father Bain A Cranesmuir priest, who accuses Claire of witchcraft. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("The Way Out") Tim McInnerny[42]
Tammas Baxter Colum's page boy and Mrs. Fitz's nephew whom Claire saves after he is poisoned. N/A Season 1 ("The Way Out") Daniel Kerr[43]
Iona MacTavish A relative of Jamie's. N/A Season 1 ("The Gathering") Diana Gabaldon[44]
Ned Gowan A lawyer from Edinburgh who works for Colum and is Claire's lawyer at her witchcraft trial. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Rent") Bill Paterson[45][46]
Willie Young man in Dougal's rent-collecting group. N/A Season 1 ("Rent") Finn Den Hertog[34]
Lieutenant Jeremy Foster A Redcoat who is interested in the presence of Claire, a genteel Englishwoman, among the brutal Highlanders. N/A Season 1 ("Rent") Tom Brittney[47]
Corporal Hawkins Aide to Jack Randall. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("The Garrison Commander") Edmund Digby-Jones[48]
Brian Fraser Jamie's father, who died a few years before Claire's arrival. Mentioned in Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("The Garrison Commander") Andrew Whipp[49]
Hugh Munro A licensed beggar, who is an able messenger and Jamie's friend. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Both Sides Now") Simon Meacock[50]
Harry A Redcoat deserter who tries to rape Claire, but she kills him. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Both Sides Now") James Groom[51]
Horrocks An English deserter, who knows the truth that Jamie did not shoot the Sergeant-Major. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("The Reckoning") Lochlann Ó Mearáin[28]
Clarence Marylebone, Duke of Sandringham Has a secret connection to Jack Randall, and is a secret Jacobite. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("By the Pricking of My Thumbs") Simon Callow[52][53]
Andrew MacDonald Rival clansman who later joins Jamie in fighting for Charles Stuart. N/A Season 1 ("By the Pricking of My Thumbs") Jim Sweeney[54]
Ian Murray Jenny's husband and Jamie's childhood friend, he lost his leg below the knee from an infection of a wound received during a battle at Daumier. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Lallybroch") Steven Cree[55]
Jamie Murray ("Wee Jamie") Jenny and Ian's oldest son, named for his uncle. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Lallybroch") Aaron Wright (young)[56]
Season 3 ("Surrender") Rhys Lambert[57]
Season 3 ("First Wife") Conor McCarry[58]
Taran MacQuarrie Leader of the Black Watch, a local militia in Scotland. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Lallybroch") Douglas Henshall[59]
Ronald MacNab Drunkard tenant of Lallybroch. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Lallybroch") Richard Jack[60]
Mary MacNab Ronald's wife. Outlander (1991) Season 3 ("Surrender") Emma Campbell-Jones[61]
Rabbie MacNab Ronald and Mary's young son. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Lallybroch") Jamie Kennedy (young)[62]
Season 3 ("Surrender") Stuart Campbell[57]
Crenshaw A member of the Watch. N/A Season 1 ("Lallybroch") Francis Magee[63]
Lennox A member of the Watch. N/A Season 1 ("Lallybroch") Douglas Russell[63]
Mrs. Crook Crook is a housekeeper at Lallybroch. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("The Watch") Margaret Fraser[64]
Margaret "Maggie" Murray Jenny and Ian's second child, and oldest daughter. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("The Watch") Infant
Mrs. Martins A midwife who helps deliver Jenny's baby. Outlander (1991) N/A N/A
Sir Fletcher Gordon Civilian governor in charge of Wentworth Prison. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Wentworth Prison") Frazer Hines[65][66][67]
Marley Jack Randall's henchman at Wentworth Prison. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Wentworth Prison") Richard Ashton[68]
Sir Marcus MacRannoch Once an admirer of Jamie's mother Ellen Mackenzie, he gives refuge to Claire and Jamie in his cottage, Eldridge Manor. His cattle are used to help break Jamie out of Wentworth. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("Wentworth Prison") Brian McCardie[69]
Lady Annabelle MacRannoch The wife of Marcus, who helps Claire tend Jamie's wounds. Outlander (1991) N/A N/A
Malcolm Grant Grant wanted an arranged marriage with Jamie's mother Ellen MacKenzie, and is no longer a MacKenzie ally. Outlander (1991) N/A N/A
Abbot Alexander Fraser One of Jamie's six Fraser uncles who lives in France. Outlander (1991) N/A N/A
Francois Anselm Mericoeur d'Armagnac (Father Anselm) A Franciscan friar, who befriends Claire and introduces her to the Perpetual Adoration. She tells him her true story. Outlander (1991) Season 1 ("To Ransom a Man's Soul") Ian Hanmore[42]

Introduced in Dragonfly in Amber (1992)[edit]

18th century
Character Description First Appearance
Novel Television Actor
Le Comte St. Germain French nobleman who quickly becomes an enemy to Claire and Jamie. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Through a Glass, Darkly") Stanley Weber[70]
Jared Fraser Jamie's cousin, a wine merchant in Paris. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Through a Glass, Darkly") Robert Cavanah[71]
Master Raymond An apothecary whom Claire befriends in Paris. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Not in Scotland Anymore") Dominique Pinon[14][72]
Prince Charles Edward Stuart Jacobite pretender to the British throne. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Not in Scotland Anymore") Andrew Gower[14][72]
Louise de Rohan Socialite friend of Claire's who is secretly having an affair with Prince Charles. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Not in Scotland Anymore") Claire Sermonne[72][73]
Mary Hawkins English girl staying with her uncle in Paris. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Not in Scotland Anymore") Rosie Day[74]
Annalise de Marillac Jamie's former flame. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Not in Scotland Anymore") Margaux Châtelier[72][75]
Joseph Duverney The king's finance minister. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Not in Scotland Anymore") Marc Duret[72][75]
Alex Randall Jack Randall's younger brother. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Not in Scotland Anymore") Laurence Dobiesz[72][76]
Suzette Maid at Jared Fraser's home in Paris. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Not in Scotland Anymore") Adrienne-Marie Zitt[77]
Magnus Butler at Jared Fraser's home in Paris. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Not in Scotland Anymore") Robbie McIntosh[77][78]
Louis XV of France King of France. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Not in Scotland Anymore") Lionel Lingelser[72][79]
Madame Elise Proprietress of a Parisian brothel. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Not in Scotland Anymore") Michèle Belgrand[80]
Mother Hildegarde Nun in charge of L'Hôpital des Anges. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Useful Occupations and Deceptions") Frances de la Tour[81]
Sister Angelique Nun at L'Hôpital des Anges. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Useful Occupations and Deceptions") Audrey Brisson[82]
Monsieur Foret The king's executioner who also works at L'Hôpital des Anges. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("La Dame Blanche") Niall Greig Fulton[78]
Jules de Rohan Louise's husband. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("La Dame Blanche") Howard Corlett[73]
Silas Hawkins Mary Hawkins' uncle, an English wine merchant. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("La Dame Blanche") Sion Tudor Owen[73]
Albert Danton Mysterious man who rapes Mary. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("La Dame Blanche") Andrea Dolente[28]
Simon Fraser, Lord Lovat Jamie's abrasive paternal grandfather. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("The Fox's Lair") Clive Russell[83]
Simon Fraser, Master of Lovat Lord Lovat's son and heir. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("The Fox's Lair") James Parris[84][85]
Maisri Seeress in the employ of Lord Lovat. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("The Fox's Lair") Maureen Beattie[85]
Kincaid Young man from Lallybroch who joins Jamie in fighting for Charles Stuart, but dies of his injuries after the Battle of Prestonpans. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("The Fox's Lair") Gregor Firth[86]
Ross the Smith Lallybroch blacksmith among those who fight with Jamie for Charles Stuart. Jamie sends him and the other men home on his way to Lord Lovat's, but they are captured as deserters. In the TV series, Ross and Kincaid make a pact which inspires Angus in the episode "Prestonpans", but leads to his death. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("The Fox's Lair") Scott Kyle[87]
Lord General George Murray Chief commander of Charles Stuart's army. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Prestonpans") Julian Wadham[88]
Quartermaster John O'Sullivan Battle adviser to Charles Stuart at Culloden. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) Season 2 ("Prestonpans") Gerard Horan[89][90]
Katherine "Kitty" Murray Jenny and Ian's second daughter. Dragonfly in Amber (1992) N/A N/A

Introduced in Voyager (1993)[edit]

18th century
Character Description First Appearance
Novel Television Actor
Harold "Hal" Grey, Earl of Melton, Duke of Pardloe Lord John Grey's older brother, a colonel in the British army. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("The Battle Joined") Sam Hoare[91]
Colonel Harry Quarry Lord John's predecessor as governor of Ardsmuir Prison. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("All Debts Paid") Jay Villiers[92]
Duncan Innes One of the men imprisoned at Ardsmuir with Jamie Fraser. Voyager (1993) N/A N/A
Ronnie Sinclair One of the men imprisoned at Ardsmuir with Jamie Fraser. Voyager (1993) N/A N/A
William Dunsany, Viscount Ashness and Baron Derwent Nobleman whose son and heir Gordon was a friend of Lord John's, and who died at Prestonpans. Master of the country estate Helwater. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("Of Lost Things") Rupert Vansittart[93]
Louisa Dunsany, Viscountess Ashness and Baroness Derwent Lord Dunsany's wife. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("Of Lost Things") Beth Goddard[94]
Geneva Dunsany Lord Dunsany's elder daughter, later Countess of Ellesmere. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("Of Lost Things") Hannah James[95]
Isobel Dunsany Lord Dunsany's younger daughter. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("Of Lost Things") Tanya Reynolds[95]
Ludovic Ransom, 8th Earl of Ellesmere Elderly nobleman who marries Geneva Dunsany. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("Of Lost Things") James Cameron Stewart[94]
Jeffries An Irish coachman employed by Lord Dunsany. Voyager (1993) N/A N/A
Yi Tien Cho ("Mr. Willoughby") Chinese exile living in Edinburgh in Jamie's service. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("A. Malcolm") Gary Young[96]
Madame Jeanne The owner of the Edinburgh brothel who is an accomplice to Jamie's smuggling operation. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("A. Malcolm") Cyrielle Debreuil[97][98]
Dorcas Prostitute at Madame Jeanne's brothel Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("A. Malcolm") Keira Lucchesi[99]
Peggy Prostitute at Madame Jeanne's brothel Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("A. Malcolm") Kirsty Strain[99]
Molly Prostitute at Madame Jeanne's brothel Voyager (1993) (as "Mollie") Season 3 ("A. Malcolm") Kimberly Sinclair[99]
Geordie Jamie's apprentice at his print shop. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("A. Malcolm") Lorn Macdonald[98][100]
Sir Percival Turner Superintending Customs Officer for the Edinburgh district who ignores Jamie's smuggling in exchange for bribes. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("A. Malcolm") Paul Brightwell[98][100]
Lesley One of Jamie's associates. N/A Season 3 ("A. Malcolm") Keith Fleming[100]
Hayes One of Jamie's associates. N/A Season 3 ("A. Malcolm") James Allenby-Kirk[100]
Barton A mysterious man searching Jamie's room at the brothel. N/A Season 3 ("A. Malcolm") Ian Conningham[100]
Senga A barmaid who demands that Mr. Willoughby pay for her time. Voyager (1993) (as "Maggie") Season 3 ("A. Malcolm") Shannon Swan
Pauline A domestic at the brothel Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("A. Malcolm") Jane MacFarlane
Reverend Archibald Campbell A missionary caring for his sister. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("Creme de Menthe") Mark Hadfield[101]
Margaret Campbell Archibald's mentally unstable sister. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("Creme de Menthe") Alison Pargeter[101]
Harry Tomkins A customs agent in the employ of Sir Percival Turner. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("Creme de Menthe") Ian Reddington[101]
Mr. Haugh An apothecary in Edinburgh. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("Creme de Menthe") Gary French[102]
Brighid A barmaid with whom young Ian loses his virginity. N/A Season 3 ("Creme de Menthe") Zoe Barker[101]
McDaniel A regular buyer of Jamie's contraband spirits. N/A Season 3 ("Creme de Menthe") Robin B. Smith[103]
Joan MacKimmie Laoghaire MacKenzie's younger daughter by Simon MacKimmie. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("First Wife") Layla Burns[104]
Janet Murray Jenny and Ian's youngest daughter, twin to Michael Murray. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("First Wife") Cora Tsang[104]
Michael Murray Jenny and Ian's son, and twin to Janet. Voyager (1993) N/A N/A
Captain Raines Captain of the Artemis, the ship Claire and Jamie take to rescue Young Ian. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("The Doldrums") Richard Dillane[105]
Mr. Warren Sailing master of the Artemis Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("The Doldrums") Karl Thaning[105]
Manzetti Crew member of the Artemis Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("The Doldrums") Cameron Robertson[105]
Aloysius Murphy Ship's cook on the Artemis Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("The Doldrums") Nigel Betts
Thomas Leonard Captain of the English man-of-war Porpoise. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("The Doldrums") Charlie Hiett[96]
Elias Pound Midshipman on the Porpoise who is assigned to assist Claire. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("The Doldrums") Albie Marber[106]
Jones Steward on the Porpoise Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("The Doldrums") Gustav Gerdener
Joe Howard Seaman on the Porpoise who is the source of the typhoid fever outbreak. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("The Doldrums") Nathan Lynn
Baxley Second mate of the Artemis N/A Season 3 ("The Doldrums") Russell Crous
Hogan Seaman on the Artemis. N/A Season 3 ("The Doldrums") Nic Rasenti
Bernard Cosworth Ship's cook on the Porpoise. N/A Season 3 ("The Doldrums") Lawrence Joffe[106]
Annekje Johansen Wife of the gunner on the Porpoise, who befriends Claire and helps her escape the ship. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("Heaven and Earth") Chanelle de Jager[106]
Mr. Overholt Purser of the Porpoise. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("Heaven and Earth") Matt Newman
Father Fogden Disgraced priest who lives in Saint-Domingue. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("Uncharted") Nick Fletcher[107]
Mamacita Father Fogden's servant, and the mother of his deceased wife Ermenegilda. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("Uncharted") Vivi Lepori[107]
Kenneth MacIver Overseer of Jared Fraser's plantation, Blue Mountain House, on Jamaica. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("The Bakra") James McAnerney
Rosie MacIver Kenneth's wife. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("The Bakra") Muireann Kelly
Hercules Geillis' slave in her guise as Mrs. Abernathy on Jamaica. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("The Bakra") Apolinalho Antonio
Atlas Hercules' twin, also a slave owned by Geillis. Voyager (1993) Season 3 ("Eye of the Storm") Patrick Lavisa
Mayer Rothschild A Jewish coin dealer based on the historical figure of the same name. Voyager (1993) N/A N/A
Dr. Lawrence Stern Naturalist studying the flora of Hispaniola. Voyager (1993) N/A N/A
Mina Alcott Widow in Jamaica who is murdered at the Governor's ball. Voyager (1993) N/A N/A

Introduced in Drums of Autumn (1996)[edit]

18th century
Character Description First Appearance
Novel Television Actor
Governor William Tryon Governor of North Carolina Drums of Autumn (1996) Season 4 ("America the Beautiful") Tim Downie[31]
Eutroclus Free Black man who serves on the riverboat Sally Ann. Drums of Autumn (1996) Season 4 ("America the Beautiful") Leon Herbert
Ulysses Jocasta's slave butler. Drums of Autumn (1996) Season 4 ("Do No Harm") Colin McFarlane[108]
Phaedre Jocasta's house slave. Drums of Autumn (1996) Season 4 ("Do No Harm") Natalie Simpson[31]
Farquard Campbell Jocasta's loyal friend. Drums of Autumn (1996) Season 4 ("Do No Harm") James Barriscale
Lieutenant Wolff A senior naval officer who serves as the Navy's liaison with Jocasta and River Run. Drums of Autumn (1996) Season 4 ("Do No Harm") Lee Boardman
John Quincy Myers A "mountain man" from the backcountry of North Carolina. Drums of Autumn (1996) Season 4 ("Do No Harm") Kyle Rees[32]
Nayawenne Shaman of the Tuscarora, and Chief Nacognaweto's grandmother. Drums of Autumn (1996) N/A N/A
Adawehi Cherokee wise woman. N/A Season 4 ("Common Ground") Tantoo Cardinal[32]
Tawodi Cherokee warrior. N/A Season 4 ("Common Ground") Will Strongheart[109][110]
Gerhard Mueller Patriarch of a German family that lives near Fraser's Ridge. Drums of Autumn (1996) Season 4 ("Savages") Urs Rechn
Rosewitha Mueller Gerhard's wife. Drums of Autumn (1996) Season 4 ("Savages") Nicola Ransom
Petronella Mueller Gerhard's daughter-in-law. Drums of Autumn (1996) Season 4 ("Savages") Marie Hacke
Tommy Mueller Gerhard's son. Drums of Autumn (1996) Season 4 ("Savages") David Christopher Roth
Joseph Wemyss Bond servant to Claire and Jamie Fraser. Drums of Autumn (1996) Season 4 ("Down the Rabbit Hole") Alec Newman
Lizzie Wemyss Beardsley Joseph's daughter, bond servant to Brianna Randall. Drums of Autumn (1996) Season 4 ("Down the Rabbit Hole") Caitlin O'Ryan[31]
Morag MacKenzie William Buccleigh MacKenzie's wife, and a direct ancestor of Roger MacKenzie. Drums of Autumn (1996) Season 4 ("Down the Rabbit Hole") Elysia Welch
Gerald Forbes A wealthy lawyer in Cross Creek and Jocasta's friend. Drums of Autumn (1996) Season 4 ("If Not For Hope") Billy Boyd[31]
Nacognaweto Chief of the Tuscarora people from the village of Anna Ooka in North Carolina. Drums of Autumn (1996)
William Buccleigh MacKenzie Son of Dougal MacKenzie and Geillis Duncan, raised by William John and Sarah MacKenzie. Drums of Autumn (1996)
Germain Fraser Son of Fergus and Marsali Fraser, and eldest grandson of Claire and Jamie Fraser. Drums of Autumn (1996)
Jeremiah MacKenzie Son of Brianna Fraser and Roger MacKenzie, and grandson of Claire and Jamie Fraser. Drums of Autumn (1996)

Introduced in The Fiery Cross (2001)[edit]

18th century
Character Description First Appearance
Novel Television Actor
Joan Fraser Second child and eldest daughter of Fergus and Marsali Fraser. The Fiery Cross (2001) N/A N/A
Aaron Beardsley Owner of Beardsley's Trading Post. The Fiery Cross (2001) Season 5 ("Free Will") Christopher Fairbank
Fanny Beardsley Aaron's wife. The Fiery Cross (2001) Season 5 ("Free Will") Bronwyn James
Josiah Beardsley One of two orphaned identical twins purchased as bond servants by the Beardsleys. The Fiery Cross (2001) Season 5 ("Free Will") Paul Gorman
Keziah Beardsley Josiah's twin, suffers from deafness caused by a childhood injury. The Fiery Cross (2001) Season 5 ("Free Will") Paul Gorman
Isaiah Morton Militiaman who pursues Alicia Brown despite his being already married to a woman in Granite Falls. The Fiery Cross (2001) Season 5 ("Free Will") Jon Tarcy
Alicia Brown A resident of Brownsville who falls in love with Isaiah Morton. The Fiery Cross (2001)
Lionel Brown Alicia's father The Fiery Cross (2001)
Richard Brown Alicia's uncle The Fiery Cross (2001)
Tom Christie One of the men imprisoned at Ardsmuir with Jamie Fraser. The Fiery Cross (2001)
Allan Christie Tom's son. The Fiery Cross (2001)
Malva Christie Tom's daughter. The Fiery Cross (2001)
Manfred McGillivray Young man temporarily betrothed to Lizzie Wemyss. The Fiery Cross (2001)
Ute McGillivray Manfred's mother, a compulsive matchmaker. The Fiery Cross (2001)
Donald MacDonald Scottish half-pay British soldier. The Fiery Cross (2001)

Introduced in A Breath of Snow and Ashes (2005)[edit]

18th century
Character Description First Appearance
Novel Television Actor
Amanda "Mandy" MacKenzie Daughter of Brianna Fraser and Roger MacKenzie, and granddaughter of Claire and Jamie Fraser. A Breath of Snow and Ashes (2005)
Félicité Fraser Third child of Fergus and Marsali Fraser. A Breath of Snow and Ashes (2005)
Henri-Christian Fraser Fourth child of Fergus and Marsali Fraser, a dwarf. A Breath of Snow and Ashes (2005)
Jezebel Hatfield Morton The wife Isaiah Morton abandoned in Granite Falls who comes to Cross Creek looking for him. A Breath of Snow and Ashes (2005)

Introduced in An Echo in the Bone (2009)[edit]

18th century
Character Description First Appearance
Novel Television Actor
Minerva Wattiswade Grey Wife of Harold Grey, Duke of Pardloe, Earl of Melton. An Echo in the Bone (2009)
(Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade (2007))
Adam Grey Second son of Harold and Minerva Grey. An Echo in the Bone (2009)
(Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade (2007))
Henry Grey Third and youngest son of Harold and Minerva Grey. An Echo in the Bone (2009)
(Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade (2007))
Dorothea "Dottie" Grey Daughter and youngest child of Harold and Minerva Grey. An Echo in the Bone (2009)
(Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade (2007))

Introduced in Written in My Own Heart's Blood (2014)[edit]

18th century
Character Description First Appearance
Novel Television Actor
Benjamin Grey Eldest son of Harold and Minerva Grey. Written in My Own Heart's Blood (2014)
(Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade (2007))

Appearances (TV series)[edit]

  = Main cast (credited)
  = Recurring cast (3+)
  = Guest cast (1-2)

Main cast[edit]

The following actors have been credited in the opening titles of the television series.

Actor Character Seasons
1 2 3 4 5
Part 1 Part 2
Caitriona Balfe Claire Beauchamp Main[a]
Sam Heughan Jamie Fraser Main[b]
Tobias Menzies Frank Randall Main[c] Does not appear
Jonathan "Black Jack" Randall Main Does not appear
Graham McTavish Dougal MacKenzie Main Does not appear
William "Buck" MacKenzie Does not appear Main
Duncan Lacroix Murtagh Fitzgibbons Fraser Main
Grant O'Rourke Rupert MacKenzie Main[d] Does not appear
Stephen Walters Angus Mhor Main Does not appear
Gary Lewis Colum MacKenzie Main Does not appear
Lotte Verbeek Geillis Duncan a.k.a. Gillian Edgars Main[e] Does not appear
Bill Paterson Edward "Ned" Gowan Main Does not appear Main[f] Does not appear
Simon Callow Clarence Marylebone Does not appear Main[g] Does not appear
Laura Donnelly Janet "Jenny" Fraser Murray Guest Main[h] Does not appear
Douglas Henshall Taran MacQuarrie Does not appear Main Does not appear
Steven Cree Ian Murray Does not appear Main[i] Does not appear
Stanley Weber Le Comte St. Germain Does not appear Main Does not appear
Andrew Gower Prince Charles Edward Stuart Does not appear Main[j] Does not appear
Rosie Day Mary Hawkins Does not appear Main Does not appear
Dominique Pinon Master Raymond Does not appear Main Does not appear
Frances de la Tour Mother Hildegarde Does not appear Main Does not appear
Nell Hudson Laoghaire MacKenzie Recurring Main[k] Does not appear
Clive Russell Simon Fraser Does not appear Main[l] Does not appear
Richard Rankin Roger Wakefield Guest[m] Does not appear Main[n][o]
Sophie Skelton Brianna Randall Does not appear Main[p][q]
David Berry Lord John Grey Does not appear Guest[r] Main
John Bell Ian Fraser Murray Does not appear Main
César Domboy Claudel "Fergus" Fraser Does not appear Recurring[s] Main[t]
Lauren Lyle Marsali MacKimmie Fraser Does not appear Main
Richard Dillane Captain Raines Does not appear Main Does not appear
Edward Speleers Stephen Bonnet Does not appear Main
Maria Doyle Kennedy Jocasta MacKenzie Cameron Does not appear Main
Colin McFarlane Ulysses Does not appear Main
Natalie Simpson Phaedre Does not appear Main Does not appear
Tantoo Cardinal Adawehi Does not appear Main Does not appear
Caitlin O'Ryan Lizzie Wemyss Does not appear Main
Braeden Clarke Kaheroton Does not appear Main Does not appear
Gregory Dominic Odjig Satehoronies Does not appear Main Does not appear
Billy Boyd Gerald Forbes Does not appear Main[u]
Carmen Moore Wahkatiiosta Does not appear Main Does not appear
Tom Jackson Tehwahsehwkwe Does not appear Main Does not appear
Yan Tual Father Alexandre Ferigault Does not appear Main[v] Does not appear
Sera-Lys McArthur Johiehon Does not appear Main[w] Does not appear
Chris Larkin Richard Brown Does not appear Main
Ned Dennehy Lionel Brown Does not appear Main

Recurring cast[edit]

The following actors have been credited in at least three episodes within a season of the television series. Only named characters are listed.

Actor Character Seasons
1 2 3 4 5
Part 1 Part 2
James Fleet Rev. Dr. Reginald Wakefield Recurring Guest Does not appear
Tracey Wilkinson Mrs. Graham Guest Does not appear
Annette Badland Glenna Fitzgibbons Recurring Guest Does not appear
Liam Carney Old Alec Guest Does not appear
Aislín McGuckin Letitia MacKenzie Recurring Guest Does not appear
Roderick Gilkison Hamish MacKenzie Recurring Does not appear
Daniel Kerr Tammas Guest Does not appear
Lucy Hollis Jeanie Hume Guest Does not appear
Finn Den Hertog Willie Recurring Does not appear
Jim Sweeney Andrew MacDonald Does not appear Guest Recurring Guest Does not appear
Douglas Russell Lennox Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Claire Sermonne Louise de Rohan Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Marc Duret Joseph Paris Duverney Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Lionel Lingelser King Louis XV of France Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Laurence Dobiesz Alexander Randall Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Michèle Belgrand Madame Elise Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Adrienne-Marie Zitt Suzette Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Robbie McIntosh Magnus Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Marième Diouf Delphine Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Niall Greig Fulton Monsieur Forez Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Scott Kyle Ross Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Gregor Firth Kincaid Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Julian Wadham Lord General George Murray Does not appear Recurring Guest Does not appear
Gerard Horan Quartermaster John O'Sullivan Does not appear Recurring Guest Does not appear
Iona Claire Fiona Graham Does not appear Guest Recurring Does not appear
Wil Johnson Dr. Joe Abernathy Does not appear Recurring Does not appear Guest
Keith Fleming Lesley Does not appear Recurring Guest Does not appear
James Allenby-Kirk Hayes Does not appear Recurring Guest Does not appear
Gary Young Yi Tien Cho a.k.a. Mr. Willoughby Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Mark Hadfield Archibald Campbell Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Alison Pargeter Margaret Campbell Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Charlie Hiett Captain Thomas Leonard Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Russell Crous Second Mate Baxley Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Nic Rasenti Hogan Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Cameron Robertson Manzetti Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Tim Downie Governor William Tryon Does not appear Recurring
Grant Stott Captain Freeman Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Leon Herbert Eutroclus Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Kyle Rees John Quincy Myers Does not appear Recurring
Martin Donaghy Bryan Cranna Does not appear Recurring Guest
Sarah Collier Murdina Bug Does not appear Recurring
Hugh Ross Arch Bug Does not appear Recurring
Paul Gorman Josiah Beardsley Does not appear Recurring
Keziah Beardsley Does not appear Recurring
Jon Tarcy Isaiah Morton Does not appear Recurring
Michael Xavier Lieutenant Hamilton Knox Does not appear Recurring
Paul Donnelly Ronnie Sinclair Does not appear Recurring
Robin Scott Germain Fraser Does not appear Recurring
Alastair Findlay Duncan Innes Does not appear Recurring
Gary Lamont Evan Lindsay Does not appear Recurring
Jack Tarlton Kenny Lindsay Does not appear Recurring
Gilly Gilchrist Geordie Chisholm Does not appear Recurring
Reno Cole Hugh Findlay Does not appear Recurring
Francesco Piacentini-Smith Iain Og Findlay Does not appear Recurring
Andrew and Matthew Adair Jeremiah "Jemmy" MacKenzie Does not appear Recurring

Guest cast[edit]

The following actors have been credited in one or two episodes within a season of the television series. Only named characters are listed.

Actor Character Seasons
1 2 3 4 5
Part 1 Part 2
Tom Brittney Lieutenant Jeremy Foster Guest Does not appear Guest Does not appear
Simon Meacock Hugh Munro Guest Does not appear Guest Does not appear
Jamie Kennedy Rabbie McNab Does not appear Guest Does not appear
Stuart Campbell Does not appear Guest Does not appear
Aaron Wright James "Wee Jamie" Fraser Murray Does not appear Guest Does not appear
Rhys Lambert Does not appear Guest Does not appear
Conor McCarry Does not appear Guest Does not appear
Margaret Fraser Mrs. Crook Does not appear Guest Does not appear
Robert Cavanah Jared Fraser Does not appear Guest Does not appear
Clark Butler William "Willie" Ransom, Earl of Ellesmere Does not appear Guest Does not appear
Oliver Finnegan Does not appear Guest Does not appear
Layla Burns Joan MacKimmie Does not appear Guest Does not appear
Chris Donald Phillip Wylie Does not appear Guest
Josh Whitelaw Ethan MacKinnon Does not appear Guest
Elysia Welch Morag MacKenzie Does not appear Guest
Samuel Collings Edmund Fanning Does not appear Guest
Melanie Gray Margaret Tryon Does not appear Guest

Season 1[edit]

  • Kathryn Howden as Mrs. Baird
  • Prentis Hancock as Uncle Lamb
  • Donald Gillies as William Talbot
  • Donald Sinclair as Fingal Duncan
  • Kenny Lindsay as Clyde MacKenzie
  • David MacKenzie as Kyle
  • Artair Donald as Malcolm
  • Muireann Kelly as Dolina
  • Tim McInnerny as Father Bain
  • Gillebride MacMillan as Gwyllyn the Bard
  • John Sessions as Arthur Duncan
  • Lynsey-Anne Moffat as Mrs. Baxter
  • David McKay as Niall Drummond
  • Nicola Clark as Shona MacNeill
  • Bryan Larkin as Geordie
  • Diana Gabaldon as Iona MacTavish
  • Valerie Edmond as Donalda Gilchrist
  • Tam Dean Burn as Alastair
  • Mark Kydd as Marcus
  • Linda Jane Devlin as Morag
  • Belle Jones as Shirley
  • Kate Donnelly as Muriel
  • Robert Williamson as Torcall Iverson
  • Martin Burns as Beathan Young
  • John Heffernan as Brigadier General Lord Oliver Thomas
  • Ian Dunn as Captain Yates
  • Andrew Whipp as Brian Fraser
  • Matthew Steer as Lieutenant Hughes
  • Edmund Digby-Jones as Corporal Hawkins
  • Kevin Mains as Andrew Gow
  • Frank Gilhooley as Torin
  • Hilary MacLean as Edina
  • Rachel McReath as Mairi
  • Nina Gilhooly as Isabella
  • John Wark as Detective Collins
  • Alan McHugh as Sergeant McKinney
  • Olivia Morgan as Sally
  • James Groom as Harry
  • Nicholas Aaron as Arnold
  • Gerry McLaughlin as Constable Boyle
  • Lochlann O'Mearain as Horrocks
  • Graeme McKnight as Private McGinnis
  • James Young as Alexander MacDonald
  • Andrew Rothney as Neil MacDonald
  • Paul Tinto as Rob MacDonald
  • Kern Falconer as Kilgore
  • Mark McDonnell as Watt
  • Johnny Austin as John Macrae
  • Mark Prendergast as Alastair Duffie
  • Kim Allan as Robena Donaldson
  • Francis Magee as Crenshaw
  • Richard Jack as Ronald MacNab
  • Matthew Douglas as Corporal Dawson
  • Richard Cant as Collins
  • Paul Charlton as Duncan
  • Naomi Neilson as Mabel
  • David Leith as Robert
  • Martin Brody as Seoirse Ward
  • Mark Jeary as Private Edward Richards
  • Sally Howitt as Kyrie
  • Richard Ashton as Marley
  • Frazer Hines as Sir Fletcher Gordon
  • Brian McCardie as Sir Marcus MacRannoch
  • Gary Lind as Absalom
  • Ian Hanmore as Father Anselm
  • Sandy Grierson as Brother Paul

Season 2[edit]

  • Sandy Welch as Dr. Edwards
  • Margaux Châtelier as Annalise de Marillac
  • Audrey Brisson as Sister Angelique
  • Gaia Weiss as Countess St. Germain
  • Howard Corlett as Jules de Rohan
  • Siôn Tudor Owen as Silas Hawkins
  • Ian Bustard as Vicomte Marigny
  • Andrea Dolente as Danton
  • Herbert Forthuber as General D'Arbanville
  • Paul Lacoux as Monsignor Flèche
  • Scarlett Mack as Toinette
  • Ilario Calvo as Father Laurentin
  • Maureen Beattie as Maisri
  • James Parris as Simon Fraser
  • Tyler Collins as Private Lucas
  • Billy Griffin, Jr. as Corporal Grant
  • Alex Hope as Richard Anderson
  • Alice McMillan as Molly Cockburn
  • Bridget McCann as Alice McMurdo
  • Sarah Higgins as Allina Clerk
  • Tom Cox as Colonel James Gardner
  • Robert Curtis as Lieutenant Barnes
  • Brendan Patricks as Captain Claremont
  • Sean Hay as Donald Cameron of Lochiel
  • James Robinson as Greg Edgars
  • Carol Ann Crawford as Mrs. Berrow
  • Charles Jamieson as Mr. Berrow

Season 3[edit]

  • Sam Hoare as Harold "Hal" Grey, Earl of Melton
  • Oliver Tilney as Lieutenant Wallace
  • Colin Stinton as Dean Jackson
  • Kimberley Nixon as Millie Nelson
  • Roger Ringrose as Dr. Thorne
  • Rory Barraclough as Frederick MacBean
  • Ryan Ralph Gerrard as Giles McMartin
  • Greg Esplin as Hamish
  • Geoff McGivern as Dr. Simms
  • Emma Campbell-Jones as Mary MacNab
  • Rufus Wright as Captain Samuel Lewis
  • Will Richards as Private Jenkins
  • Ryan Fletcher as Corporal MacGregor
  • Martin Delaney as Jerry Nelson
  • Jay Villiers as Colonel Harry Quarry
  • Martin Docherty as Mackay
  • Murray McArthur as Duncan Kerr
  • Sarah MacRae as Sandy Travers
  • Shane Quigley Murphy as Patrick
  • Neil Ashton as Corporal Brame
  • Hannah James as Lady Geneva Dunsany
  • Tanya Reynolds as Lady Isobel Dunsany
  • Rupert Vansittart as Lord William Dunsany
  • Beth Goddard as Lady Louisa Dunsany
  • James Cameron Stewart as Lord Ellesmere
  • Fiona Francis as Lady Grozier
  • Greg Powrie as John Burton
  • Richard Addison as Mr. Evans
  • Ali Craig as Dorsey
  • Mitchell Mullen as Dean Tramble
  • Douglas Reith as Professor Brown
  • Cyrielle Debreuil as Jeanne LeGrand
  • Lorn Macdonald as Geordie
  • Ian Conningham as Barton
  • Paul Brightwell as Sir Percival Turner
  • Shannon Swan as Senga
  • Jane MacFarlane as Pauline
  • Keira Lucchesi as Dorcas
  • Kirsty Strain as Peggy
  • Kimberly Sinclair as Molly
  • Ian Reddington as Harry Tompkins
  • Zoe Barker as Brighid
  • Gary French as Mr. Haugh
  • Robin B. Smith as McDaniel
  • Cora Tsang as Janet Murray
  • Albie Marber as Elias Pound
  • Nigel Betts as Aloysius Murphy
  • Karl Thaning as First Mate Warren
  • Gustav Gerdener as Seaman Jones
  • Lawrence Joffe as Bernard Cosworth
  • Nathan Lynn as Joe Howard
  • Chanelle De Jager as Annekje Johansen
  • Matt Newman as Mr. Overholt
  • Nick Fletcher as Father Fogden
  • Vivi Lepori as Mamacita
  • James McAnerney as Kenneth MacIver
  • Muireann Kelly as Rosie MacIver
  • Apolinhalo Antonio as Hercules
  • Joel Rosenblatt as Henry
  • Thapelo Sebogodi as Temeraire
  • Adrian Collins as Diogo
  • Victor Kalambai as Abeeku
  • Laudo Liebenberg as Erasmo
  • Patrick Lavisa as Atlas
  • Brett Williams as Mr. Oliver
  • Jessica Walsh as Lucille Oliver
  • Nandi Horak as Mrs. Oliver

Season 4[edit]

  • Rainer Sellien as Baron Penzler
  • Ainsley Jordan as Judith Wylie
  • Graeme Stirling as Mr. Stanhope
  • Geoffrey Newland as Mr. Lillington
  • Peter Collins as Sergeant Heyns
  • James Ringer Beck as Private Griswold
  • James Barriscale as Farquard Campbell
  • Craig McGinlay as MacNeill
  • Lee Boardman as Lieutenant Wolff
  • Brian Ferguson as Lucius Gordon
  • Cameron Jack as Overseer Byrnes
  • Gerry Kielty as Kyle
  • Jerome Holder as Rufus
  • Joel Okocha as Thomas
  • Mercy Ojelade as Mary
  • Ciaron Kelly as Ernie
  • Trevor Carroll as Ta'wineonawira "Otter Tooth"
  • Colin Michael Carmichael as Peter
  • Flint Eagle as Tskili Yona
  • Simona Brown as Gayle
  • Will Strongheart as Tawodi
  • Wesley French as Chief Nawohali
  • Crystle Lightning as Giduhwa
  • Urs Rechn as Gerhard Mueller
  • Nicola Ransom as Rosewitha Mueller
  • David Christopher Roth as Tommy Mueller
  • Marie Hacke as Petronella Mueller
  • Hilary Lyon as Patty Baird
  • Stuart McQuarrie as Tim Baird
  • Laura Ferries as Hester
  • Samuel Pashby as Danny Graham
  • Albert Welling as Pastor Gottfried
  • Caoimhe Clough as Isobeail
  • Alec Newman as Joseph Wemyss
  • Caitlin Ward as Marion
  • Edwin Flay as John Gillette
  • Simon Harrison as George Washington
  • Elizabeth Appleby as Martha Washington
  • Nolan Willis as Tom
  • Jack Reid as John Frohock
  • John Mackie as Malachi Fyke
  • Tom Hardwicke as Gotarzes
  • Tim Barrow as Vardanes
  • Kieran Baker as Lysias
  • Andrew McIntosh as Peter
  • James MacKenzie as Caleb
  • Andrew Steele as Judge Alderdyce
  • Stuart McMillan as Captain McPeters
  • Louise Oliver as Miss Forbes
  • Maggie Macleod as Mrs. Alderdyce
  • Tim Chipping as Sergeant Southworth
  • Mat Urey as Sergeant Scott
  • Ryan Havelin as Corporal Benton

Season 5[edit]

  • Mark Cox as Reverend Caldwell
  • Anita Vettesse as Margaret Chisholm
  • Luke Roskell as Lee Withers
  • Paul Kennedy as Herman Husband
  • Callum Coates as John Evans
  • James Doherty as Charles Turnbull
  • Andy Apollo as Mr. Marsden
  • Nicola Jo Cully as Nonie Farrish
  • Paul Cassidy as Leith Farrish
  • Carole Anders as Ruth Aberfeldy
  • Anja Karmanski as Ute McGillivray
  • Bronwyn James as Fanny Beardsley
  • Christopher Fairbank as Aaron Beardsley
  • Susan Coyle as Joan Findlay
  • Anna Burnett as Alicia Brown
  • Sarah Belcher as Meg Brown
  • Muireann Brown as Lucinda Brown
  • Connor McIndoe as Hiram Brown
  • Stephen McCole as Graham Menzies
  • Stephen Mitchell as Father Beggs
  • Samantha Dakin as Nurse Atwell
  • James Gaddas as Judge Martin Atticus
  • Stephen Clyde as Robert Barlow
  • Clive Hayward as Quincy Arbuckle
  • Sharon Young as Mrs. Laurence
  • Helen McAlpine as Mrs. Shepherd
  • Christopher Bowen as Hector Cameron
  • Rosie Graham as Morna Cameron
  • Miles Richardson as Colonel Chadwick
  • Matthew Cottle as Hubert Sherston
  • Charlotte Asprey as Phoebe Sherston
  • Jack Stewart as Charles Morgan
  • Thomas Mugglestone as Henry Jones
  • Leah Shine as Eppie
  • Lorraine McIntosh as Mrs. Sylvie
  • Peter Warnock as Capitano Howard
  • Richard Gadd as Duff
  • Megan McGuire as Mabel
  • Brennan Martin as Wendigo Donner
  • Gerald Tyler as Arvin Hodgepile
  • Michael Monroe as Cuddy Brown
  • Alexis Rodney as Tebbe
  • Calum Barbour as Garrick
  • Andrew John Tait as Hanlon
  • Hayley Doherty as Rose Brown

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ In season 1, part 1, Claire Beauchamp is also portrayed by guest actress Elizabeth Bowie in a flashback.
  2. ^ In season 5, Jamie Fraser is also portrayed by guest actor Ethan Thorn in a flashback.
  3. ^ Menzies only appears in one episode of season four, although credited as a main cast member.
  4. ^ O'Rourke only appears in one episode of season three, although credited as a main cast member.
  5. ^ Verbeek only appears in one episode of season two, although credited as a main cast member.
  6. ^ Paterson only appears in one episode of season three, although credited as a main cast member.
  7. ^ Callow only appears in one episode of season one, although credited as a main cast member.
  8. ^ Donnelly only appears in one episode of season two, although credited as a main cast member.
  9. ^ Cree only appears in one episode of season two and one episode of season four, although credited as a main cast member.
  10. ^ Gower only appears in one episode of season three, although credited as a main cast member.
  11. ^ Hudson only appears in one episode of season two, one episode of season three and one episode of season four, although credited as a main cast member.
  12. ^ Russell only appears in one episode of season two, although credited as a main cast member.
  13. ^ In season 1, part 1, Roger Wakefield is portrayed by guest actor Rory Burns.
  14. ^ Rankin only appears in one episode of season two, although credited as a main cast member.
  15. ^ In season 2, Roger Wakefield is also portrayed by guest actor Rory Burns.
  16. ^ Skelton only appears in one episode of season two, although credited as a main cast member.
  17. ^ In season 2, Brianna Randall is also portrayed by guest actress Niamh Elwell. In seasons 3 and 4, Brianna Randall is also portrayed by guest actress Gemma Fray.
  18. ^ In season 2, John William Grey is portrayed by guest actor Oscar Kennedy.
  19. ^ In season 2, Claudel "Fergus" Fraser is portrayed by recurring actor Romann Berrux.
  20. ^ In season 3, Claudel "Fergus" Fraser is also portrayed by guest actor Romann Berrux.
  21. ^ Boyd only appears in one episode of season four, although credited as a main cast member.
  22. ^ Tual only appears in one episode of season four, although credited as a main cast member.
  23. ^ McArthur only appears in one episode of season four, although credited as a main cast member.

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