November 19, 2016
Caitriona Balfe Web has new layouts!

As you can see, I added new layouts to main site and gallery. I really love this new one. I wanted to change the layout to make the site ‘mine’. Big thanks to PinkRetroDesigns who made this possible. What do you think?

I need to check everything and add tons of things here. If you have suggestions, questions….please, write me.

Thanks to everyone for the support.



November 17, 2016
Caitriona Balfe at The London Evening Standard Theatre Awards

Caitriona Balfe attends The London Evening Standard Theatre Awards at The Old Vic Theatre on November 13, 2016 in London, England. I have added some photos to the gallery. Please, credit caitrionabalfe.org if you take the pics.



November 17, 2016
Outlander Star Caitriona Balfe Promises More Sex for Season 3

It’s been just under four months since Outlander fans had to say good-bye to Claire and Jamie Fraser during the emotional Season 2 finale. But it’s also a long wait until the time-traveling, star-crossed couple returns to Starz for Season 3 next April. Thankfully, in the meantime, there’s a new Blu-ray edition of Season 2 out on Tuesday, November 1. And, for the true devotees to both the show and the Diana Gabaldon novels, there’s also a special Collector’s Edition that features an exclusive excerpt from the upcoming Outlander novel, “Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone.” Series star Caitriona Balfe took a break from her grueling 11-month shooting schedule to reflect back on Season 2 and give a preview of why fans missing the steamier side of Outlander won’t be disappointed by Season 3.

V.F. HWD: Did you hear that over the weekend Diana Gabaldon announced her Outlander novels would probably be ending with book 10?

Caitriona Balfe: I didn’t actually hear that!

Let me fetch the exact quote! She said: “It’ll be the very last thing in the last book, which I think is probably book 10.” Given that she’s already working on book nine right now, fans are panicking. What do you think?

I think it’s amazing that she’s done even 10 novels, and I’m sure at some point Jamie and Claire—they’re getting on there in age by the time we get into the eighth and ninth books—I guess it’d have to be inevitable.

I know some fans will be devastated to have no more book story. Did you ever suspect, when you signed on, that this particular fandom would be so intense?

No, it’s been really amazing to be part of something that fans have such an ownership of. These characters have played such an important part in so many people’s lives. It’s incredible to be swept along in it and to have fans share the love that they have for the characters and for the books with you. I’m very aware of how lucky I am in that respect. I was so blind to it all when I first started. I just found out that these were books the week I was asked to come back for casting. I read the first book, but I didn’t even know at that point how many there were. It’s been quite an eye-opening journey the last three years. Read More



November 11, 2016
New owner!

Hello there! My name is Nick and I am the new owner here. I would like to let you all know that this site is coming back. I need to check everything here and also, I need to add tons of suff so, please, come back soon to take a look to the new beginning.

Thanks for the support.



May 14, 2016
Caitriona Balfe Photographed for W Magazine

As Cait is currently promoting “Money Monster” in Cannes, W Magazine took the opportunity to do a wonderful interview and photoshoot. I have added outtakes to our gallery, and you can find the interview below. Don’t forget to check out the original article over at wmagazine.com:

What was your “I made it!” moment? Last year when the show [Outlander] came out and one of those buses drove by, it was such a Carrie [Bradshaw] moment. I was like, “holy shit I’m on the side of a bus.”

Before your acting career took off, you were a successful model in your own right, walking at international fashion weeks… Yes, I walked for Chanel, Michael Kors, Dior, Balenciaga, everyone. But my girlfriends and I would always laugh because we were the blue collar models. We did a lot of shows and we did well, but I was never known, which helped when I made the switch to acting because I think being a model comes with such a stigma.

What prompted the transition from modeling to acting? My modeling career was trickling down…I hit that point where I was like “ok, I’m not happy, this was never my passion.” I was taking acting classes in New York, and I wanted to make sure I had the passion and talent for it. So I moved to L.A. to try it seriously. I had read an article where Amy Adams talked about her acting coach. So I enrolled in that teacher’s class and started from scratch. I was 29 about to turn 30. People say I shouldn’t talk about my age, but if you focus on the work, it shouldn’t matter what age you are.

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