Gwen Isaacs is the ex-wife of HOTD Actor Graham McTavish.
In House of the Dragon, Graham is playing the role of Ser Harrold Westerling. He is one of the longest-serving members of the Kingsguard, having joined during King Jaehaerys’ rule. He’s also Young Rhaenyra’s sworn shield and very loyal to House Targaryen.
Graham is most recognized for his role as the warrior Dougal MacKenzie in STARZ’s Outlander, another adored fantasy adaption. The Scottish novelist and actor have additionally made appearances in Preacher, Preacher on AMC, and Prison Break on FOX, among other projects. He performs a lot of voices for movies, animated television series, and video games.
Learn about his wife in this article. This article is about Gwen Isaacs, the wife of Graham McTavish.
Meet HOTD Actor Graham McTavish Wife, Gwen Isaacs
HOTD actor Graham McTavish was previously married to his wife Gwen Isaacs. They met each other when Gwen attended Auckland University of Technology. It is unclear when they tied the knots under the wrap. But, in order to be with his wife, he chose to relocate from Scotland to New Zealand.
However, the marriage fell apart for an undisclosed reason and they split sometime after 2020. Since then, Graham has been in a relationship with French photographer Garance Doré. The two chose to move in together just prior to the first Covid lockdown in Wellington. They have known each other likely for more than a decade.
Moreover, they appeared together at an event for Outlander (2014). Reportedly in June 2022, Graham and Garance allegedly tied the knots.
As for Gwen, there is no information on her current relationship.
Gwen Isaacs And Graham McTavish Children
Together, Gwen Isaacs and Graham McTavish welcomed two daughters; Honor and Hope. Honor and Hope have appeared on their father’s Instagram. Graham refers to them as his trainers.
Speaking about how she juggles motherhood and career, Gwen told NZ Herald, “One of the reasons I chose this project was that it would fit around family. I carried my daughter in a front pack for a lot of it, providing grief for my sound mixer with the amount of noise she made. The whole reason I had a second child was that Margaret told me to. I found myself doing pretty much whatever she said. I fell in love with her and when she said, “I think you should call your daughter Hope,” I did.”
Is Gwen Isaacs On Instagram?
No, Gwen Isaacs is not on Instagram.
Gwen Isaacs Age
Gwen Isaacs is above 40 years old as of 2022. Meanwhile, her ex-husband is 61 years old being born on 4 January 1961.
Gwen Isaacs Job
Gwen Isaacs was deeply influenced by Seven Up! (1964) which drove her to study film at Auckland University of Technology, in which she earned a Bachelor of Communications, Television Documentary. After that, she moved back to her birthplace of London to pursue he career.
Later they moved to LA to pursue his acting career and eventually moved to Wellington when Graham was cast on The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012). She has won best first-time director at the London Independent Film Awards.
Gwen has got a Bachelor of Communications, specializing in Documentary from Auckland University of Technology. She then moved back to London to pursue her career. In the city’s busy and highly competitive scene, she won gigs directing television for broadcasters ITV and the BBC, and companies RDF and Endemol.
Her experience working on quick turnaround reality programs taught her that a crucial talent for any documentary maker is creating “the magic that allows people to be themselves” on camera. It all comes down to relationships. She was less at ease with reality shows’ frequent emphasis on entertainment over inspiring viewers to feel or learn something.
Gwen’s next job — an oft-repeated BBC documentary series, following members of the clergy at York Minster — opened her eyes “to a more gentle way of presenting the human condition”. Her self-conceived documentary Old Dogs, New Tricks (2004), about retired racing greyhounds, won good reviews and was selected for Metroland, a slot on the ITV network for young directors.
She founded Midnight Swim Productions, producing both behind-the-scenes content and documentaries aimed at a UK audience. Isaac befriended Margaret Lee, who was in the early stages of Motor Neuron disease. “My opening gambit was that we’d make an aide memoire for their daughter Imogen, who was 10. They were right up for it, which was a dream come true for an observational filmmaker”.
Debuting at the 2017 NZ International Film Festival, it won Isaac Best First Time Director at the London Independent Film Awards.
Gwen directs feature and short documentaries. She has a background directing highly-rated prime-time docu-series for BBC Scotland, NBC (USA), and ITV London. She has interests in developing and supporting Aotearoa-based intellectual property within formatted docu-series for the international market, driven by Massey-based talent.
Where Is Gwen Isaacs From?
Gwen Isaacs was born in London however she grew up in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand. Her mother was an artist and there was a big single-parent artist community in New Zealand.
How Tall Is Gwen Isaacs?
Gwen Isaacs stands tall around 5 feet 7 inches.