Who is Graham McTavish?
Graham McTavish is a Scottish actor and a voice actor who is most popular among the gamers for playing the voice role of Zoran Lazarevic in the ‘Uncharted’ game series. He began the role of the main antagonist from the 2011 action-adventure game, ‘Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception’ and also lent his voice for the 2016 action-adventure game, ‘Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End’. He has also lent his voice for the role of Dracula in the American adult animated streaming television series, ‘Castlevania’ for which he was awarded the BTVA People’s Choice Voice Acting Awards in the year 2017.
|Full Name||Graham McTavish|
|Date of birth||4 January 1961|
|Birth Place||Glasgow, Scotland|
|Parent(s)||Ellen McTavish, and Alec McTavish|
|Occupation||actor, a voice actor and an author|
|Daughter||Honor McTavish and Hope McTavish|
|Net worth||$1.5 million|
Bio and Family
Graham McTavish’s full name is Graham James MacTavish. He was born on 4 January 1961 in Glasgow, Scotland to his mother, Ellen McTavish, and to his father, Alec McTavish who was interested and active in politics. He was raised in numerous countries throughout his life like Canada, the United States, and England but finally settled in New Zealand.
Age, Height, and Weight
Graham McTavish holds an English-Scottish nationality and belongs to white ethnicity and descends from Scottish ancestry. He is a Baptist and belongs to a group of Protestant Christians. Besides this, he stands at a height of 6 feet and 2 inches (1.88m/188cms) tall and weighs around 82kgs (181lbs). Moreover, he has an athletic body with a pair of blue colored eyes with light brown colored hair. Besides this, he is currently 60 years old with the zodiac sign of Capricorn.
Wife and Daughter
Graham McTavish is married to Gwen Isaac, an Australian filmmaker and the couple has been blessed with two daughters whose names are Honor McTavish and Hope McTavish. The family currently resides in Wellington, New Zealand.
Graham McTavish is active on social media platforms. His official Instagram account (@grahammctavish) has over 405 thousand followers and his official Twitter account (@grahammctavish) has over 231 thousand followers. Furthermore, his official page on Facebook has over 40 thousand followers with well over 39 thousand likes.
Graham McTavish started his career in the movie industry with the role of the Lieutenant in the 1988 British-American crime drama movie, ‘For Queen and Country’. Following this role, he also went on to star as Thangbrand in the 1989 British comedy-fantasy movie, ‘Erik the Viking’. Furthermore, he has also appeared in movies like ‘The Wind in the Willows’ in the year 1996 and two short movies, ‘King Lear: A Critical Guide’ and ‘Julius Caesar: A Critical Guide’ in the year 1997. He has since appeared in movies like ‘King Lear’ in the year 1999, ‘All G Indahouse’ in the year 2002 and ‘Dot the i’ and ‘Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life’ in the year 2003.
He also played in the 2004 historical adventure movie, ‘King Arthur’ before appearing in movies like ‘Rambo’ and ‘Sisterhood’ in the year 2008, ‘Green Street 2: Stand Your Ground’ and ‘Middle Men’ in the year 2009, ‘Dante’s Inferno: An Animated Epic’ in the year 2010 and ‘The Wicker Tree’ in the year 2011. Furthermore, he has also played the recurring role of Dwalin in the epic high-fantasy adventure movies, ‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’, ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug’ and ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ in the years 2012, 2013 and 2014 respectively.
Moreover, he has also appeared in movies like ‘Creed’ in the year 2015, ‘The Finest Hours’ in the year 2016, ‘The Stolen’ in the year 2017, and ‘Aquaman’ in the year 2018. He is also said to appear as Bill in the upcoming movie of 2021, ‘Chasing Nightmares’.
Graham McTavish made his debut on television with the role of Ned for an episode of the 1986 Disney HTV TV series, ‘Return to Treasure’. Likewise, he has starred for an episode each in series like ‘Highlander: The Series’ in 1996, ‘Heartbeat’ and ‘The Knock’ in the year 1999, ‘Doctors’ in the year 2001, and ‘Dinotopia’ in the year 2002. He has also had recurring roles in series like ‘Taggart’, ‘Casualty’ and ‘Red Dwarf’ in the year 1998 and 1999.
Graham also went on to star in the 2000 miniseries, ‘The Stretch’ where he played the role of Andy McKinley and the 1998 television movie, ‘Merlin: The Quest Begins’ where he played the role of Rengal. Moreover, he has also had the lead roles of Dougal Mackenzie and William Buccleigh MacKenzie for 19 episodes of the historical drama television series, ‘Outlander’ and of The Saint of Killers for over 40 episodes of the American television series, ‘Preacher’ from the year 2016 to the year 2019.
Furthermore, Graham McTavish can be seen in series like ‘Charles II: The Power and the Passion’ in 2003, ‘What’s New, Scooby-Doo?’ in the year 2005, ‘Good Girl, Bad Girl’ in the year 2006, ‘Ghost Whisperer: The Other Side’ in the year 2007, ‘Prison Break’ in the year 2008 and ‘The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes’ in the year 2010. Graham McTavish is also popular for his role as Dracula in the 2017 American adult animated streaming television series, ‘Castlevania’ and as Father Kinley and Dromos in the 2019 American urban fantasy television series, ‘Lucifer’.
Graham McTavish has lent his voice to numerous video games like ‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’, ‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Mobilized’, ‘Singularity’, ‘Infamous 2’ and ‘Ace Combat: Assault Horizon’. But his most popular work comes in the voice role and the motion capture of Zoran Lazarevic in the ‘Uncharted’ video-game series where he has also played the voice role as well as motion capture of Charlie Cuttle.
Graham McTavish was awarded the Satellite Awards’ Best Ensemble award for his work in ‘Outlander’ in the year 2017. Moreover, he also won the BTVA People’s Choice Voice Acting Awards’ Best Male Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Guest Role award for his work as Dracula in ‘Castlevania’ in the same year.
As of the year 2020, Graham McTavish has an estimated net worth of around $1.5 million.