Lauren Lyle is a Scottish TV and film actress who made her name and earned fame after portraying the role of Marsali in the BAFTA Award-winning TV series Outlander. She first appeared in the TV show in 2017 and continued till 2020—has appeared in 14 episodes. Besides that, she also got the spotlight after appearing in the 2017’s TV show, Broken, as Chloe Demichelis.
Furthermore, she is the writer of the 2015’s short movie titled "...And You're Back in the Room."
Bio: Age Plus Birthday
Lauren Lyle was born on 12th July 1993. She spent most of her childhood in Scotland, the United Kingdom, with her parents and brother. She has a very close bond with all of her family members.
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Furthermore, Lauren received acting knowledge from the National Youth Theatre in London.
Her Role In Outlander
Lauren Lyle plays the recurring role of Marsali Jane MacKimmie Fraser, aka Marsali, in the TV series Outlander. Lauren’s character is recognized as the one who has a quiet demeanor but an extremely determined and strong personality. Her character has long, flaxen hair and big blue eyes.
Lauren Lyle, as Marsali, with César Domboy on the sets of Outlander on 8 December 2017 (Photo: Lauren Lyle's Instagram)
Lauren’s character, Marsali, was born in 1751 as the first child of her parents. Her family includes her father, Simon MacKimmie, her mother, Laoghaire MacKenzie, a younger sister, Joan MacKimmie, a stepfather, Jamie Fraser, and a stepmother, Claire Fraser.
In 1767, she married to Fergus Fraser. Later, they have four children, two sons named and Henri-Christian Fraser plus two daughters named Joan Fraser and Félicité Fraser.
Career: Movies & TV Shows
Lauren Lyle’s career in the entertainment industry initiated after she got the role of Grace Timms in 2013’s short film entitled WhosApp. A year later, in 2014, her career took a big leap as she portrayed the character of Ensemble in her debut movie, The Crucible.
After her big-screen debut, she again returned to the small screen and played in two short films, 2014’s Office Ugetsu (as Annie) and 2015’s ...And You're Back in the Room. In 2015, she appeared in two more projects, as Damsel in The New Hope (Movie) and as Lauren in BBC Comedy Feeds (TV Series).
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Following that, she played in a few TV shows, and movies which include 2016’s Holby City (TV Series), 2017’s Stage Direction (TV Short documentary), 2018’s Stage Direction: Perspectives (Video documentary short), and 2018’s Tell It to the Bees (Movie).
Some Interesting Facts About Lauren Lyle
On Father’s Day, 17th June 2018, she shared a post, through her Instagram account, to wish her grandfather, father, and brother (father of a newly born baby).
Her mother celebrates her birthday on the 25th of January every year.
On 12th July 2017, she celebrated her birthday with her close friends and her boyfriend.