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Sam Heughan | Interview Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

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Sam Heughan talks about the Royal Conservatoire.

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October

- Start filming Outlander Season 4 | Oct.9, 2017

Convention | The Land Con | with Steven Cree, Richard Rankin, Lotte Verbeek, Sophie Skelton, Cesàr Domboy

September

Sam’s Barbour Collection Launch

My Peak Challenge Gathering

Harper’s Baazar Icons Party | with Mackenzie Mauzy

New York Facebook Live Chat | with Caitriona Balfe

Talk Show | ‘Good Morning America’ | with Caitriona Balfe

Refinery29 Art Event | with Mackenzie Mauzy

Talk Show | ‘The View’ | with Caitriona Balfe

Aol Build Event | with Caitriona Balfe

Outlander S3 Special Screening and Q&A | with Caitriona Balfe

Talk Show | ‘Live with Kelly and Ryan’

Outlander Press Tour 2017 | General Tag

Last Day Shooting ‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’ | Sept.3, 2017

August

Release Entertainment Weekly Collector’s Cover

July

Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix | with Mackenzie Mauzy

Television Critics Association (TCA2017) | *via satellite

Release ‘Men’s Health South Africa’ Cover

EW Comic Con Party

San Diego Comic Con | SDCC 2017

Press Conference | SDCC 2017

AskSam | July 20, 2017

AskSam | July 9, 2017

Start Filming ‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’ in Budapest | 03/07/2017

June

Roark Gyms Live Chat

Outlander Season 3 Wrap Party

Last Day Shooting Season 3 in South Africa | June 16, 2017

May

Photoshoot for Men’s Health South Africa

March

- Start Filming Outlander Season 3 ‘Voyager’ in South Africa | March 13, 2017

Convention | Emerald City Comicon | with Caitriona Balfe

February

Vanity Fair Oscar Party

MPTF Event | with Mackenzie Mauzy

Piaget and The Weinsten Company Party | with Mackenzie Mauzy

United Voices Rally | with Mackenzie Mauzy

Oscar Week | General tag

Last Day Scottish Shooting | Feb.7, 2017

January

T2 Trainspotting World Premiere | with Caitriona Balfe

Sam and Caitriona Balfe Facebook Live Chat 

People’s Choice Awards 2017

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James McAvoy has pledged £125,000 to help aspiring actors follow in his footsteps. The BAFTA-winning actor is funding a 10-year scholarship programme at his former drama school, the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS). (x)

James'article on The Times 2016

James McAvoy bounds into a London hotel room in prizefighting form, sporting a tightly shorn noggin, jeans and T-shirt, and the kind of buff body definition you might expect to find on a downtime welterweight champ. I nod to the bod, and he admits, straightaway, that he’s been powerlifting in the gym on a regular basis. “It’s f***ing brilliant, I love it, man!” says the 37-year-old X-Men star, beaming. He tells me he joined forces with a professional powerlifter on the set of his last movie (the thriller Split, for Sixth Sense director M Night Shyamalan). “I never thought I would be into that s***. But it’s so much fun, really technical, and quite Zen.”

He sits down and pours himself some water. This, somewhat unusually, is our fifth encounter in as many years. Over that half-decade it has been remarkable and informative to watch McAvoy’s transformation from quip-cracking Glaswegian wiseacre (joshing about the “epic snog” he shared with Angelina Jolie on the movie Wanted) to serious London stage actor (he won an Evening Standard best actor award last year for his role in The Ruling Class) and Hollywood heavyweight — he’s got three big movies on the way, including X-Men Apocalypse, Split and a romance for German master Wim Wenders called Submergence.

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I just see tons of people in my city who are so vastly intelligent, who because they have this ingrained humility, it gets in the way of them expressing themselves and showing how brilliant they are. What drama can do, especially with young people, is it can break through that. And it can give them the tools to walk into a room and express themselves and show them off to the best of their ability, whether they’re going to become actors or directors or whatever it is they’re going to become.