Graham Mctavish Bio, Wife, Height, Movies And TV Shows, Preacher

Graham McTavish Biography

Graham McTavish born as Graham James McTavish is a Scottish film, television and voice actor well known for his roles as Dwalin in The Hobbit film trilogy and Dougai Mackenzie in the Starz series Outlander.

Graham McTavish Age

He was born on 4 January 1961 in Glasgow, Scotland. He is 58 years old as of 2019.

Graham McTavish Height

He stands at a height of 1.89 m.

Graham McTavish Family

He was born in Gaslow to Alec McTavish and Ellen McTavish. His family left Glasgow when he was a child and during his early life he lived in Canada, England, and Scotland before finally settling in New Zealand.

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Graham McTavish Wife  | Graham McTavish Children

He is married to his longtime girlfriend Gwen McTavish and they live together in New Zealand. They have two daughters who were born in 2012 and 2007.

Graham McTavish Movies And Tv Shows







King Atlan


The Finest Hours

Frank Fauteux


Captain Riley



Tommy Holiday






The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies



The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug



The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey



Dead Space: Aftermath

Captain Caleb Campbell (voice)


Head Marshall Warren

The Wicker Tree

Sir Lachlan Morrison


Dante’s Inferno: An Animated Epic

Dante (voice)


Earl Jansen


Hulk Versus

Loki (voice)

Green Street 2: Stand Your Ground

Big Marc Turner

Middle Men

Ivan Sokoloff









King Arthur

Roman Officer


Dot the i


Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life

Submarine Captain


Ali G Indahouse

Customs Officer


King Lear

Duke of Albany


King Lear: A Critical Guide


Julius Caesar: A Critical Guide

Brutus / Himself


The Wind in the Willows

Drunken Weasel (voice)


Erik the Viking



For Queen and Country


Graham McTavish Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $4 million.

Graham McTavish Hobbit

He stars as Dwalin;  He is more taciturn compared to his brother, Balin. Recognisable by his bald head, scalp tattoos and black beard and he is one of Thorin’s fiercest warriors.

Graham McTavish Outlander

He stars as Dougal MacKenzie, the War Chieftain of Clan MacKenzie. His older brother Colum is the ruling Laird but would be nothing without Dougal, his loyal right hand. He is a skilled and experienced warrior. A strong leader, he commands respect in any setting and is feared by many. Unlike his brother, Dougal secretly supports the rebel cause against the British

Graham McTavish Preacher

He stars as  The Saint of Killers, a supernatural, unstoppable killing machine summoned from Hell to destroy Jesse.

Graham McTavish Castlevania

He stars as  Vlad Dracula Tepes, a vampire who swears vengeance on humanity for the death of his wife Lisa, summoning an army of monsters to destroy all the people of Wallachia.

Graham McTavish Lucifer

He has been cast in the upcoming fourth season of Lucifer in the role of Father Kinley, a kind, deeply empathetic and revered priest, Father Kinley is profoundly committed to guarding his flock.

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Interview With GRAHAM MCTAVISH | Honor And Hope


D.N.: First things first, why this profession? What made you want to become an actor?

G.M.: By accident. I used to write and perform my own comic sketches at school, as I didn’t trust anyone else to do them! The drama teacher at the school asked me to take over at the last minute to replace someone who was ill. With three days to learn it, to this day, I have no idea why I said yes. I suspect there was a girl I fancied. I did the show, and that, as they say, was that!

D.N.: What was the hardest project you’ve been part of and why?

G.M.: A wonderful one man play called “The Starving”, by Andrew Hinds in 2000. I played 2 characters, linked by a third, unseen, character. In a one man show it’s all down to you. There’s nowhere to hide. Very rewarding though.

D.N.: You’ve been part of “The Hobbit” which is a huge project, how did you find that different from other movies that you’ve been in?

G.M.: The scale, of course, and the length of time. You are part of a special world with Tolkien, and it comes with special responsibilities.

D.N.: Are people surprised when they expect a dwarf and a tall man appears?

G.M.: Sometimes, but I try and reassure them it’s all part of the magic of cinema.

D.N.: You’ve also been in a lot of series, how are those different from feature films? 

G.M.: In a series you sometimes have longer to explore a character, but they are both enormous fun.

D.N.: Your most recent project is Outlander, what can we expect from Douglas next?

G.M.: Dougal is always multi-layered, complicated and, hopefully, surprising. More of that to come I hope.

And so do we.

D.N.: You have two movies coming out this year: “Creed” and “The Finest Hours”, could you tell us a bit about them?

G.M.: “Creed” reunites me with Sylvester Stallone after 7 years. He plays Rocky Balboa, and it’s about his relationship with Apollo Creed’s son. It also makes me the only actor to play opposite both Rambo AND Rocky!

“The Finest Hours” is a great old fashioned true-life action adventure story concerning the greatest Coastguard rescue in a US history.

D.N.: What would be the role you wouldn’t be able to say no to? Why?

G.M.: Macbeth. It’s so interesting, and I feel I’m the right age for it.

Well, we would for sure love to see him in such a role. Until then however, the only thing left to do is to enjoy his upcoming projects.