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*Casting News* Young Ian and Joe Abernathy Have Been Cast in Season 3   4 comments

Welcome to Outlander Family John Bell who will play Young Ian Murray and Wil Johnson as Joe Abernathy

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From Variety:

Joining Jamie Fraser’s (Sam Heughan) world in the 18th century, John Bell (“The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies”) will play the role of Young Ian Murray, Jamie’s nephew. Young Ian is a tall, gangly Scottish lad with a heart of gold, a stubborn streak and a penchant for getting into trouble. Bursting with charm, he’s more like his adventurous, fierce uncle Jamie than his farmer father Ian — but when we meet him, he is still a very gawky boy. However, he keeps trying to prove that he is a man and we will see him grow into quite a formidable one as the series evolves.

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Meanwhile, in Claire’s (Caitriona Balfe) life in 20th Century Boston, Wil Johnson (“Waking the Dead”) will play her friend and medical colleague, Joe Abernathy. Joe is a fellow doctor-in-training whom Claire befriends in medical school. Intelligent, charismatic, with a wry and irreverent sense of humor, Joe is a loyal confidant with great affection for Claire. He puts on a good face, but he is all too aware of his place in the Civil Rights era. Joe and Claire both feel out of place in the mostly all-white, all-male medical field, which bonds them together in a lifelong friendship

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4 responses to “*Casting News* Young Ian and Joe Abernathy Have Been Cast in Season 3

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  1. Anyone remember The Young Riders……..with Stephen Baldwin as a very young William Cody (Buffalo Bill)? For some reason when I was reading about Young Ian that was how I pictured him looking…………John Bell is pretty close to that image. Can hardly wait to see him with the Indian tattoos on his face.

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  2. Awesome! It is so fun to see the faces of these characters! I can’t wait!!!

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  3. Pinned onto Outlander the Series.

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