Duncan Lacroix stars in "Outlander" on Starz as Murtagh Fitzgibbons Fraser, Jamie Fraser's godfather, who is a taciturn man, but very loyal to Jamie. Mysterious and dark, like a vulture lurking in the background, Murtagh doesn't say a lot; he doesn't have to; his reputation, and if need be, his fists, do the talking. At first skeptical of Claire, like his fellow clansmen, Murtagh eventually warms to her — whatever is best for Jamie.

Duncan Lacroix is a native of Welling in Kent, South East Greater London, but has been living in Ireland for the past 14 years. He spent ten of those years in Galway City in the West of Ireland, and the last four in Dublin. Duncan holds a Bachelors Degree in Drama and Theatre Studies from Roehampton Institute in London, and a Masters Degree in Drama and Theatre from The National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG).

Some of Duncan's more notable screen credits to date include Sky Television's science fiction television drama series "Primeval," RTE Television's "Cromwell In Ireland," HBO's "Game of Thrones," Tile Films' "A Terrible Beauty," The CW's "Reign" and History Channel's "Vikings," in which he plays the part of a Saxon noble called Ealderman Werferth.

Duncan is also very passionate about his theater acting. He performed in AC Productions' production of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" at the Project Arts Centre in Dublin's Templebar in summer 2013, which followed his work on their award-winning production of "Pinter x 4" at Dublin's Pearse Centre. Some of Duncan's other theater credits include "The Merry Wives of Windsor" at Du Players in Trinity College, Dublin, "Macbeth," the Librarian in "Underneath the Lintel," Ben in "The Dumb Waiter," James in "The Morning after Optimism" and Max Schimmelfenig in "The Ones Who Kill Shooting Stars."


Where does he live? Find out here.

Hometown: Kent, England, UK
Current Residence: Dublin, Ireland

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