Outlander’s Bonnie Prince Charlie, Andrew Gower talks about filming in Scotland.
Outlander‘s Sam Heughan and Andrew Gower hilariously talk Bonnie Prince Charlie’s new look.
Bonnie Prince Charles himself, Andrew Gower called into Outlander Live to talk about the season premiere and that scene!
Follow in the footsteps of Bonnie Prince Charlie on the Jacobite Trail!
The National Museum Scotland teamed up with Historic Scotland, National Trust for Scotland and the Royal Collection Trust to bring you a guide to 26 of Scotland’s historic Jacobite sites. Delve into a fascinating period of loyalty, loss, exile, retribution and risings. Visit sites of victory and defeat and discover the ill-fated campaigns to restore the Stuart monarchy to the British throne.
Even Bonnie Prince Charlie himself – aka Outlander actor Andrew Gower – thinks it’s a good idea!
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Andrew joined Outlander author Diana Gabaldon in a panel at Denver Comic Con. The duo answered some question from the moderator but also the audience covering topics such as Outlander (of course), but also Andrew’s former band Emerson and his current Kickstarter campaign for Humpty Dumpty.
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“Incredible… anyone who’s a fan of the show must come and see this!”
That’s what Outlander actor Andrew Gower had to say about our Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites exhibition when he visited last week.
Andrew plays the Prince in the TV adaptation of Diana Gabaldon’s best-selling books. (…) Find out what he thought of the exhibition and how he felt coming face to face with objects connected to a historical character he knows so well.
Finally re-united, Andrew Gower and Stephen Walters posted this video on Twitter to thank their fans with their very own version of the popular Beatles song “Don’t let me down” for the continued support of their “passion project” Humpty Dumpty on Kickstarter. The campaign reached an amazing £15,000 recently.
The Kickstarter page will remain open until 8 July 2017 and please keep tweeting and re-tweeting the link! More support, financially and by sharing the link on Social Media will be a “huge help” to Andrew and Stephen and their micro-budget film!