Well we finally got the thing we all wanted. Confirmation that David would indeed be in season six of OUTLANDER in this official video from STARz wishing the fans a #HappyOutlanderDay. David looks so cute and it’s really good to see him. Now if we could only get the word on whether Lord John Grey will get his spinoff. Fingers crossed.
A new set of event images for you. Here David arrives at a performance of La Traviata.
On behalf of DAVID BERRY ONLINE, I’d like to wish David the happiest of days. I hope he’s spending today with his beloved ones and having the greatest day ever.
Two sets of event images from when David attended the AACTA Awards Presented by Foxtel. I quite frankly wasn’t aware Australia had reopened to awards shows and such, though I did notice there was social distancing on the stage. Ah well, here’s David.
Now I have all of the event images of David I have up in the gallery, plus the stills and promotional images from OUTLANDER, going forward I’ll be posting screencaps as I can. The reason I say this is I have three other OUTLANDER-based sites including Sam Heughan Online, Tobias Menzies Online, and David Berry Online in which I have to screencap. I plan on doing the herculean effort of editing each actor as I go. Fortunately I have all of Tobias’ season one work done, but I will be working on Sam and Duncan, then David when he comes up. Please subscribe to this site’s Twitter feed to keep updated when things are posted. Thank you for your patience.
I’ve obtained three new stills of David as Lord John Grey from OUTLANDER‘s fourth season episode Providence. Enjoy.
And moving onto season five with David as Lord John Grey in OUTLANDER. David only appeared in four episodes. Far too few if you ask me.
And still more from OUTLANDER where David plays Lord John Grey. This time from season four. Enjoy.
Here are some stills and behind the scenes images of David from his role as Lord John Grey in OUTLANDER. His episodes included All Debts Paid, Of Lost Things, The Bakra, and Eye of the Storm. This was David’s introductory season to the show. To me most notable for his amazing scenes with Sam Heughan as Jamie Fraser and their burgeoning friendship at Ardsmuir Prison in the aftermath of the massacre at Culloden. The final episode of Eye of the Storm is one of David’s standout performances when he summarily takes poor “Leftenant” Leonard (Charlie Hiett) to task for trying to take Jamie into custody. David slew that scene.
This is David’s very first television appearance. Here David plays the part of Alistair Herbert. In episode four of the OUTCASTS podcast with Tim Downie (Governor Tryon), and Caitlin O’Ryan (Lizzie Wemyss), David said of the character,
“In the script I had this scene where I play the killer. For anyone who watches this now there’s a spoiler about we find that out out at the very end, and I say spoiler because we played the last scene first. And in the last scene in all these kind of crime shows, there’s the big denouement, and there’s a big dramatic scene. And and it’s not the way you want to ease into your first day. And this scene called upon me, I had said going to be strangling this other guy with thisgiant boat oar. I’m having this big dramatic scene and like expressing to this person about why I actually did kill this person. And then the cops come in and then the cops are holding a gun at me. And then I get the oar and I have to like, hit it out of the cop’s hand, and then the cop gets me, and gets me on the ground, and then I start crying and that’s the scene. This is my first day and I was saying, ‘So when are we rehearsing this?’ And they’re saying, ‘You’re like doing it now!’ And then I’m like, ‘Right!’ And then I remember having such a panic about it….”
Too cute I think. He didn’t do badly for his first program, though I think he’d likely say otherwise.