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Here's Where You've Seen Everyone In 'Outlaw King' Before

Updated November 20, 2018 4.8k views12 items

The life of Robert Bruce, King of Scotland in the early 1300s, has now been transformed by Netflix into an tale of feudal loyalty and romance, with plenty of epic and gory battle scenes. Outlaw King follows Bruce's struggle to regain control of the country from King Edward I of England, by convincing his fellow Scottish noblemen to fight alongside him. It may have a few inaccuracies, but for the most part stays faithful to the true story.

The cast of Outlaw King may include some familiar faces, but many of the talented actors are newcomers just starting out in their careers - though you'd never know it from their performances. If you're wondering where you recognize people from Outlaw King, here is a complete list of the talented actors associated with the show, and the American, British, and Australian shows and movies they've previously worked on. Coincidentally, several of the cast members have actually worked together before.

  • As Robert Bruce, Earl of Carrick, Chris Pine led the Lords of Scotland in an uprising against the English throne. A compelling leader and clever fighter, Robert Bruce was able to unite Scotland and reclaim the country's land from King Edward and his son, the Prince of Wales.

    Pine is easily the most recognizable face in a field of newcomers, and is one of the few actors in the film not born in the UK. Viewers will most likely know him from Star Trek as Captain Kirk, as well as other roles like Steve Trevor in 2017's Wonder Woman and Mr. Murry in 2018's A Wrinkle In Time. Fans can also catch him in a new TV mini-series in 2019, called I Am The Night.

  • British actor Stephen Dillane played the role of King Edward I in Outlaw King. It was a part that didn't have a high amount of screen time, but did include a death scene and several cutting pieces of dialogue with the Prince of Wales.

    American viewers may remember him as Stannis Baratheon from Game of Thrones, or from his brief appearance as Graham Sutherland on The Crown.

  • Florence Pugh

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    Relative newcomer Florence Pugh played the role of Robert Bruce's new bride, Elizabeth Burgh. Their marriage served as an alliance, but soon blossomed into a romance that led Elizabeth to swear her loyalty to the self-declared King of Scots.

    Pugh has a few years of acting credits under her belt, including several TV movies and feature films like Malevolent and Lady Macbeth. In 2019, fans can see her as Amy March in Little Women.

  • In Outlaw King, Scottish actor James Cosmo took on the role of Robert Bruce, Sr. One of the cast's more experienced members, Cosmo is no stranger to acting in period dramas - including Braveheart and Troy.

    Viewers may recognize Cosmo as Father Kellan Ashby from Sons of Anarchy, Jeor Mormont from Game of Thrones and Arthur McCall from Shetland. He also worked alongside fellow Outlaw King cast members in Malevolent and Wonder Woman.