Carol Ann Crawford on Accents around Scotland September 30, 2016 / OutlanderBTS / Carol Ann Crawford, Dialects and Languages / 3 Comments To hear more about Carol Ann Crawford and her role on Outlander, go to Part 4 of my interview with Àdhamh Ó Broin – CLICK HERE
I find it difficult to understand why Claire speaks English with some ‘Estuary’ pronunciations instead of a 1940 Upper Class Accent. Words such as ‘needle’ spoken as ‘needull’ and ‘gentlemen’ spoken as gentoomen. These are 21stC ways of speech.
That’s so interesting Veronica, thank you.
[…] “I’ve been told my English accent is perfect,” David says. “But, I have a wonderful dialogue coach on set to help me if my Aussie accent ever leads me astray.” (Assuming that would be Dialect Coach: Carol Ann Crawford ) […]