Rosie Day Joins Season Two ‘Outlander’ Cast as Mary Hawkins

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It was revealed exclusively through EW that Rosie Day has joined the Season Two cast of Outlander as Mary Hawkins.

“EW can exclusively reveal that Rosie Day has joined Outlander’s second season as Mary Hawkins, the daughter of a minor baronet and the niece of Silas Hawkins. Engaged to a member of the French nobility, Mary, who struggles with a nervous stammer, finds herself being used as a pawn in the power plays of her elders. “

Mary is sort of taken under Claire’s wing and she volunteers at L’Hopital des Anges with her. She is definitely an important part of the story.

Rosie Day is 20 years old and is English.  She is 5 foot 2 inches.  She appeared with Sam Heughan in Heart of Lightness.  She has acted in TV and films since 1999.  She has also been in Homefront, Misfits, Doctors, and many others.

You can follow Rosie on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/rosiedaydream/status/608712126669172736

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Source: EW, IMDb

  • Sirilicious

    More of a tiny, tiny cry, really. But thanks for spoiling!

  • Sarah Ksiazek

    We can’t have comments like this unless there is a heavy spoiler warning before them. Sorry!

  • sigrid28

    Note that in the novel Mary Hawkins is the mother of Frank Randall’s fifth-times great grandfather, a character in later books in the “Outlander” series. Mary Hawkins will ultimately marry Black Jack Randall, if Season 2 follows “Dragonfly in Amber,” while the father of her child, Black Jack’s brother Alex, is on his deathbed. In the novel, Claire and
    Jamie are witnesses at the wedding. What a far cry from Episode 16 of Moore’s adaptation. I’m not saying that is a bad thing.

    Moore’s adaptation did not include Jack Randall’s mention of his brother Alex during the scene in which he tortures Jamie in Wentworth Prison. In the novel, this dialog about his brother Alex foreshadows the marriage that solidifies Frank Randall’s ancestry. So it is possible that in Season 2 Mary Hawkins will have nothing to do with the Frank Randall’s ancestry whatsoever.

    • D R Allen

      You have gone too far with your spoilers! Flagged!

      • sigrid28

        Your comment sounds just like something a character might say in a historical novel–like “Dragonfly in Amber”! Why so defensive?

  • alphadawg7

    Two comments were deleted due to spoilers. Please follow our spoiler policy: http://www.outlandertvnews.com/2014/08/outlander-tv-news-spoiler-policy/

    • sigrid28

      From the Outlander TV News Home page:

  • sigrid28

    Since Season 2 will hardly follow “Dragonfly in Amber” at all–having new plot twists, new characters, and new settings (and missing the settings in the twentieth century)–we can freely discuss the novel without spoiling anything having to do with Season 2. Later, we can all see how the novel compares to the completely new thing being created to serve as Season 2 of the “Outlander” television adaptation.

    Note that in the novel Mary Hawkins is the mother of Frank Randall’s fifth-times great grandfather, a character in later books in the “Outlander” series. Mary Hawkins will ultimately marry Black Jack Randall, if Season 2 follows “Dragonfly in Amber,” while the father of her child, Black Jack’s brother Alex, is on his deathbed. In the novel, Claire and Jamie are witnesses at the wedding. What a far cry from Episode 16 of Moore’s adaptation. I’m not saying that is a bad thing.

    Moore’s adaptation did not include Jack Randall’s mention of his brother Alex during the scene in which he tortures Jamie in Wentworth Prison. In the novel, this dialog about his brother Alex foreshadows the marriage that solidifies Frank Randall’s ancestry. So it is possible that in Season 2 Mary Hawkins will have nothing to do with the Frank Randall’s ancestry whatsoever.

  • emd04

    She looks perfect!

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