For an actor to really stand out and reach the hearts of audiences, they need to make sure of a lot of things, including skillful acting, attractive personality, as well as they should know to connect to the emotions of people.
Scottish actor Grant O'Rourke possibly fits onto those things, as he has been successful in winning the heart of his audiences.
He is best known for playing the character of Rupert MacKenzie in the fantasy period drama television series, Outlander; his character appears in the series for the first three seasons between the years 2004 to 2006.
Wiki / Bio (Age), Family Details
According to his birth year, that being 1979, Grant O'Rourke is currently 40 years old. But his birth month and day are still missing, which hinders people from knowing his birthday.
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When he was three years old, his parents seperated; hence, he was raised by his mother and his stepdad along with his stepbrothers.
Grant also has brothers and sisters from his father’s side, where he was the youngest of three boys before his younger brother was born when he was 10.
However, Grant has not really mentioned the name of his parents or his siblings in public.
More or less, the reason to keep all the family-related information hidden must be to give all the necessary secureness to his family members, which undoubtedly helps to live a peaceful life.
Grant O'Rourke's Married Life With Wife, Son
Grant and Kiera tied knots in the presence of their beloved ones on 11th September 2016, which also reveals that they had become parents of their son even before getting married.
Grant O'Rourke weds with Kiera Docherty O'Rourke on 11 September 2016 (Photo: Mike's Instagram)
Well, it is possibly because they were in a relationship from around the year 2009, which helped them build trust in each other to even give birth to a baby before getting married.
Moreover, Grant and his family are less active publically and possibly more active in enjoying their family life, which is definitely a great way to nurture family life.
Other Movies & TV Shows
Grant O'Rourke’s movie career started when he first did the short film, In the Field, in 2005, followed by movie projects like Crying with Laughter in 2009 and Pouncer in 2012.
Similarly, his television shows have also entertained the audiences equally, like his films, where he has appeared in TV shows/series like Taggart, How Not to Live Your Life, Bob Servant Independent, and Scot Squad.
Besides that, Grant has also performed in theatre plays, including Into the Dark, Hamlet, Romeo, and Juliet, The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs, The Philadelphia Story, and so on.