Graham McTavish

President McTavish Spirits

Graham McTavish has continued to make his way through Hollywood as a multi-faceted, veteran actor. He stars in the Emmy nominated HBO drama series HOUSE OF THE DRAGON while also starring as a series regular on Netflix’s critically acclaimed drama series THE WITCHER.  He will also narrate the international version of Love Nature’s documentary THE OCEAN’S GREATEST FEAST, following South Africa’s annual sardine run.

McTavish and fellow actor/longtime friend Sam Heughan co-authored the award-winning book CLANLANDS: WHISKY, WARFARE, AND A SCOTTISH ADVENTURE LIKE NO OTHER, as a companion title based on their experiences with the show. The book landed at #1 on The New York Times and USA Today’s bestseller’s lists, among many others, and the audio version hit the top 5 on both Amazon and Audible’s platforms. Their narration of the audio book won an Audie Award in the category of Best History/Biography, celebrating the title as one of the best in audio books. Due to the book’s success, they followed up with another top-rated title, THE CLANLANDS ALMANAC: SEASONAL STORIES FROM SCOTLAND.

With an impressive list of credits, there are several that stand out for McTavish. On the big screen, he was featured in all three installments of Peter Jackson’s blockbuster franchise THE HOBBIT, which went on to be a huge success for Warner Bros. He starred as Dwalin, the brave warrior dwarf, in the films including THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY, THE HOBBIT: THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG, and THE HOBBIT: THE BATTLE OF FIVE ARMIES. He was recently seen in Warner Bros. blockbuster film AQUAMAN with Jason Momoa. His film credits also include THE FINEST HOURS with Chris Pine and Casey Affleck and Warner Bros.’ Oscar nominated film CREED, playing boxing coach Tommy Holiday, opposite Sylvester Stallone and Michael B. Jordan.

McTavish began his career in London, appearing in such diverse projects as the cult hit RED DWARF, Brian Blessed’s KING LEAR, and the miniseries EMPIRE. At the same time, McTavish appeared in leading roles in prestigious UK theatres, including the Royal Court and the National Theatres in London and the Royal Lyceum in Edinburgh.

One week after arriving in Los Angeles, McTavish landed a leading role in Lionsgate’s RAMBO, also with Sylvester Stallone.  Since then, he has worked non-stop in a diverse array of roles on television and film, including the nefarious Russian Diplomat Mikhail Novakovich on the final season of Fox’s 24 with Kiefer Sutherland, Earl Jansen in SECRETARIAT with Diane Lane, MIDDLE MEN with James Caan and Giovanni Ribisi and in the Olivier Megaton feature COLUMBIANA with Zoe Saldana, among many others.

McTavish also developed quite a fan base with his voice performance as Dante Aligheri in the animated film and video game of DANTE’S INFERNO and has provided the voice of Loki for the animated TV series HULK VS. THOR and THE AVENGERS: EARTH’S MIGHTIEST HEROES as well as the voices of several other TV show and video game characters.

McTavish splits his time between New Zealand and London.

Graham McTavish

President McTavish Spirits

Graham McTavish has continued to make his way through Hollywood as a multi-faceted, veteran actor. He stars in the Emmy nominated HBO drama series HOUSE OF THE DRAGON while also starring as a series regular on Netflix’s critically acclaimed drama series THE WITCHER.  He will also narrate the international version of Love Nature’s documentary THE OCEAN’S GREATEST FEAST, following South Africa’s annual sardine run.

McTavish and fellow actor/longtime friend Sam Heughan co-authored the award-winning book CLANLANDS: WHISKY, WARFARE, AND A SCOTTISH ADVENTURE LIKE NO OTHER, as a companion title based on their experiences with the show. The book landed at #1 on The New York Times and USA Today’s bestseller’s lists, among many others, and the audio version hit the top 5 on both Amazon and Audible’s platforms. Their narration of the audio book won an Audie Award in the category of Best History/Biography, celebrating the title as one of the best in audio books. Due to the book’s success, they followed up with another top-rated title, THE CLANLANDS ALMANAC: SEASONAL STORIES FROM SCOTLAND.

With an impressive list of credits, there are several that stand out for McTavish. On the big screen, he was featured in all three installments of Peter Jackson’s blockbuster franchise THE HOBBIT, which went on to be a huge success for Warner Bros. He starred as Dwalin, the brave warrior dwarf, in the films including THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY, THE HOBBIT: THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG, and THE HOBBIT: THE BATTLE OF FIVE ARMIES. He was recently seen in Warner Bros. blockbuster film AQUAMAN with Jason Momoa. His film credits also include THE FINEST HOURS with Chris Pine and Casey Affleck and Warner Bros.’ Oscar nominated film CREED, playing boxing coach Tommy Holiday, opposite Sylvester Stallone and Michael B. Jordan.

McTavish began his career in London, appearing in such diverse projects as the cult hit RED DWARF, Brian Blessed’s KING LEAR, and the miniseries EMPIRE. At the same time, McTavish appeared in leading roles in prestigious UK theatres, including the Royal Court and the National Theatres in London and the Royal Lyceum in Edinburgh.

One week after arriving in Los Angeles, McTavish landed a leading role in Lionsgate’s RAMBO, also with Sylvester Stallone.  Since then, he has worked non-stop in a diverse array of roles on television and film, including the nefarious Russian Diplomat Mikhail Novakovich on the final season of Fox’s 24 with Kiefer Sutherland, Earl Jansen in SECRETARIAT with Diane Lane, MIDDLE MEN with James Caan and Giovanni Ribisi and in the Olivier Megaton feature COLUMBIANA with Zoe Saldana, among many others.

McTavish also developed quite a fan base with his voice performance as Dante Aligheri in the animated film and video game of DANTE’S INFERNO and has provided the voice of Loki for the animated TV series HULK VS. THOR and THE AVENGERS: EARTH’S MIGHTIEST HEROES as well as the voices of several other TV show and video game characters.

McTavish splits his time between New Zealand and London.