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Nov 08, 2017   Leave a Comment Alerts, News

Sam Heughan has become the latest Scot to scoop the legendary Tennent’s Golden Can award.

The actor, from Dumfries and Galloway, started out in River City, Rebus and was even the face of Tennent’s eccentric founder Hugh Tennent in their 125th anniversary ad campaign.

Sam’s career then sky-rocketed after landing a role in US cult-TV show turned global hit Outlander.

He was in Glasgow yesterday to present an award at the BAFTA Scotland Awards with co-star Caitriona Balfe at the Radisson Blu.

The telly hunk was then served with the the legendary Golden Can for his TV success.

Tennent’s present the cans to the most deserving Scots icons in the world of film, TV, comedy, music, sport and all other areas of Scottish culture.

Sam will be in the company of other cultural legends like Irvine Welsh, Mark Millar, Biffy Clyro, and Karen Gillan in the Golden Can Hall of Fame.

On receiving the award, Sam said: “Thank you to Tennents…I’m delighted to be awarded this as an ambassador for Scotland.

“Playing Hugh Tennent, the founder of the Tennent’s Wellpark Brewery was a great honour for me.

“To be a representative of Scotland and Scottish culture is a great honour, so I’ll raise a glass to Tennent’s and Scotland.”

Alan McGarrie, Head of UK Brand Marketing at Tennent’s, said: “We hope that playing the role of our legendary Hugh Tennent in 2010 helped him along the way to Hollywood and we couldn’t be prouder.

“Sam has well and truly earned his place in the Golden Can Hall of Fame.” [Source]

Nov 08, 2017   Leave a Comment Interviews

Who is Jamie Fraser now? The man we knew from seasons one and two of Outlander has gone through a monumental shift after losing the love of his life, and in every episode of this season so far, he’s almost been a different character, with a new name and a new life. “I really feel like every episode has been a mini-movie,” actor Sam Heughan told, “and episode four is like Downton Abbey.” When we caught up with the actor in his trailer on the Outlander set in Cape Town, South Africa, he took us through his process of portraying Jamie Fraser as the Dun Bonnet (the rebel outlaw), Mac Dubh (the leader of men in Ardsmuir Prison), and Alex MacKenzie (the groom at Helwater). Yet while he may take on different guises, he’s always a wanted man—in more ways than one.

Here, find out how Heughan took on the challenge of an ever-changing Jamie.

Nice costume! Are those satin boots?

Yes! It’s nice to be wearing something more genteel than a kilt. [Laughs]

For someone who is supposed to be 20 years older, you’ve aged well.

I disagree with you, actually! On screen, obviously, Jamie does age very well, but I could show you a list of everything we’ve done to him, everything the make-up artists have done. A little gray hair, prosthetics on my forehead, a little eyework. But it’s more his journey, what’s happened to him, about what he’s gone through. It’s really hard to lose someone and find a way to go on.

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Oct 03, 2017   Leave a Comment Photos

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Sam Heughan attended the Sam Heughan Signature Collection launch event at Macy’s Herald Square on September 28, 2017 in New York City. Some photos have been added to the gallery and Sam looks great. Please, credit this site if you take the pics.

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Sep 18, 2017   Leave a Comment Interviews, News

There are two important things to know about Sam Heughan: He’s as nice as his social media persona and work on Outlander suggest. And he is that attractive in real life.

Even after a week of nonstop appearances promoting the third season of the hit Starz fantasy drama, (Sundays, 8 ET/PT), he’s all winks and Scottish charm, joking about getting bad takeout salad stuck in his teeth and fanboying over Whoopi Goldberg.

“We’re going on The View, and I’d say 75% of people there were Outlander fans and they were just so enthusiastic, and I’m like, ‘There’s Whoopi Goldberg’!” Heughan, 37, laughs.

He still genuinely seems shocked by how many fans the show has amassed — and there are many — but he’s quick to praise them.

“They were just really happy to see us. I felt very lucky,” he says. “I’m beginning to realize, I don’t think every other TV show has that kind of support.”

That might sound insincere if Heughan didn’t have that rare combination of charisma and humility. At a time when so many of your faves are problematic — the tabloid mess of Hiddleswift and Brangelina, the airing of Joss Whedon’s dirty laundry — that down-to-Earth air feels refreshingly pure.

It’s as if he was plucked from a hilltop in Scotland and dropped into Hollywood. And fans, as well as casting directors and major brands, are eating it up.

“Why did we do it? We met him a little over a year ago in New York at an event we were hosting and he’s just such a nice guy,” says Barbour general manager Tom Hooven about signing Heughan as the fashion brand’s first global ambassador.

The partnership has worked so well they’ve signed him for two more years, and are releasing a collection he helped design later this month.

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Sep 18, 2017   Leave a Comment Interviews

His turn as rugged, romantic Jamie Fraser on Outlander has made Sam Heughan one of the most desired men on TV. But despite the heightened interest in his assets, the 37-year-old Scottish actor remains impressively self-aware and humble. (Hell yeah, those ridiculously perfect, bodice-ripping sex montages interfere with his personal life!) On the eve of season three of the beloved Starz sci-fi series, we called him up to ask some questions.

Glamour: Diana Gabaldon, who wrote the Outlander books, has publicly praised your “fine ass.” Thoughts?

Sam Heughan: I’d say this: Diana Gabaldon has very good taste, and she would know a fine ass if she saw one. [Laughs.] Really, I feel very fortunate that she’s given me that title. And if that’s what you’re looking for, season three won’t disappoint.

Glamour: What did it feel like when she said that? Were you embarrassed or [did] you take it in stride?

SH: I mean, Diana Gabaldon knows exactly what she’s doing. She has a great command of her vocabulary and the performance. She’s involved with everything we do, and she always comes out with comments like that, especially via email or Twitter sometimes. She watches the dailies every day, and sometimes I will say something on set, you know, off the cuff or between takes, when the camera is rolling and she’ll comment on it the next day, like, send me an email. [Laughs.] She’s kind of part of the family.

Glamour: Does the Outlander tush require any particular maintenance?

SH: A strict diet of fried foods is key for fullness. [Laughs.] No, but I do tailor my workouts. There is something very physical about Jamie, and he is probably bigger than I would be in real life. Also, I just discovered the booty band, and well, you might find one in my bag. It really works.

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