Interview With Film’s Star Zach McGowan




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ScotWeek President Cindi McIntosh and Vice President Kelsey Deanne interview actor Zach McGowan who plays Brandubh in Robert The Bruce about his role as the antagonist of this heartfelt drama. Zach tells us about working on the production, fight training with Seoras Wallace doing his own stunts.

About Zach

Zach McGowan is an American film and television actor and voice-over artist. He is known for his roles in television series Shameless as Jody, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as Anton Ivanov/The Superior, Black Sails as Charles Vane, The 100 as Roan, and The Walking Dead as Jed. Other highlights include major parts and our lead roles in the films Terminator Salvation, Dracula Untold, Death Race 4, Robert the Bruce, and The Scorpion King. He has also guest-starred in numerous television series including Numb3rs, CSI: Miami, and Cold Case. He also has completed extensive voice-over work including live narration and hosting for the likes of the Scream Awards and Animal Planet and video games including Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, and Iron Man.

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Live On Location With Robert The Bruce

From ScotWeek’s virtual event Robert The Bruce Live originally broadcasted on June 7th, 2020. ScotWeek traveled to Montana, USA to go behind the scenes and on location with the cast and crew of this new film, Robert The Bruce, from writers Angus MacFadyen/Eric Belgau and director Richard Gray about Scotland’s Great King and National Hero.

Interviews, documentaries, set tours and more!

Hosted by ScotWeek President Cindi McIntosh and Vice President Kelsey Deanne.

Sponsored by The Scottish Business Network.

In association with Yellowstone Film Ranch.

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