James Robinson is a Scottish actor. He was born in Glasgow, Scotland, to a florist and a firefighter. James has one sister, who is a nurse. James had his first success on screen when he was 10-years-old. He garnered much acclaim for his performance as the young William Wallace in Mel Gibson's 5 Oscar® winning blockbuster, Braveheart (1995). Briefly withdrawing from the business as a child, he returned as an adult with favorable roles that further developed his talents. After high school, Robinson studied a degree in Acting at the highly esteemed Rose Bruford College in London. Robinson remains active in the theatre and is involved with the National Theatre of Scotland where he performed the play "In Time O' Strife" for the company as part of a Uk tour in 2014. His other theatre credits include "Brassed Off" at the York Theatre Royal and National Tour; J. B. Priestleys "They Came To A City" at the Southwark Playhouse, London; William Shakespeare's "King John" at The Union Theatre, London; "I Didn't Always Live Here" written by Stewart Conn and directed by Lisa Blair at The Finborough Theatre in London. On the screen, Robinson was seen in Danny Boyles highly acclaimed police dramady, "Babylon" and Neil Jordan's epic series "The Borgias" with Jeremy Irons and Gina McKee. Also on television, Robinson had guest starring roles on the BBC dramas "Doctors" and "Casualty". He is currently playing Greg Edgars in Golden Globe® Nominated "Outlander" produced by Sony Pictures Television for Starz. He resides in London, England.
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|Cesur Yürek — Braveheart||4 October 1995|