NEW Interview with Richard Rankin from Parade   2 comments

Here is a NEW Interview with Richard Rankin from Parade

From Parade:

For fans of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander franchise, it is no surprise that Roger Wakefield (Richard Rankin) followed Brianna Randall (Sophie Skelton) through the stones in the fourth season of STARZ’s epic romantic drama, based on Gabaldon’s Drums of Autumn novel

More after the jump!

It looked as if their relationship was at an end when Brianna refused Roger’s marriage proposal at the Scottish festival, but even though they went their separate ways – he back in Scotland; she to continue school in Boston – he continues to be madly in love with her.

“He’s in love with her to a fault, but everyone has their limits” Rankin tells in this exclusive interview “I think one of the things that drives Roger towards doing what he inevitably does at the festival [where he proposed] is the fact that he’s trying to find himself, he’s trying to fin direction in his own life”


Posted December 22, 2018 by primrosesandrue16 in Interviews, Outlander, Richard Rankin

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2 responses to “NEW Interview with Richard Rankin from Parade

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  1. I love that they tucked that bit about Roger saving the baby and his mother from being tossed overboard. Anyone who has read the books and paid attention to what they were reading will recognize who that mom and baby are later one.


  2. Richard Rankin and Sophie Skelton are doing an amazing job. Season 4 is thoroughly enjoyable.


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