Sam Heughan

Sam Heughan
Sam graduated from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in 2003. He was nominated for a 2003 Laurence Olivier Award (Most Promising Performance) for Outlying Islands at the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs. Sam has appeared in various TV programmes including: A Very British Sex Scandal (Channel 4), Any Human Heart (Film4), Midsomer Murders (ITV) and as a regular character in BBC Soaps River City and Doctors. His film leads include: Young Alexander The Great (Ilya Salkind Company) and Emulsion (White Lantern Films), while theatre credits include: Plague Over England (Duchess, West End), MacBeth (Nottingham, Edinburgh Lyceum), Romeo And Juliet (Dundee Rep) and Hamlet (Citizens Glasgow).
Name Sam Heughan
Also Known As
Birthday 1980-04-30
Gender Male
IMDB Sam Heughan profile on IMDB
Place of Birth New Galloway, Dumfriesshire, Scotland, UK
As: Geoffrey 'Boy' Wellu
2010-09-14
First Light...
As: Ashton Prince of Cas
2011-12-03
A Princess for Chris...
As: Edward McNally
2007-07-20
A Very British Sex S...
As: Alexander
2010-12-01
Young Alexander the ...
As: Charles Fletcher
2009-07-29
Breaking the Mould...
As: Lyngstrand
2014-05-30
Heart of Lightness...
As: Ronny Maze
2014-10-01
Emulsion...
As: Sebastian
2018-08-03
The Spy Who Dumped M...
As: Jacob
2016-10-14
When the Starlight E...
As: Unknown
2020-02-21
Bloodshot...
As: Philip Dorr
2004-07-11
Island at War...
As: Jamie Fraser
2014-08-09
Outlander...
As: John Tunstall
2007-02-27
The Wild West...
As: Peter Carr
2000-04-26
Rebus...
As: Ian King
1997-03-23
Midsomer Murders...
As: Adrian Chapple
2007-01-31
Party Animals...
As: Scott Neilson
2000-03-27
Doctors...
As: Lieutenant McStay
2010-11-21
Any Human Heart...