Fergus Fraser has come a long way in Outlander. Though his personality hasn't changed too much, he went from French foundling pickpocket played by Romann Berrux to the married, yet still fiercely loyal to Jamie grown man now portrayed by Cesar Domboy.
What makes Fergus great is that we can appreciate him as a precocious kid and also find him to be lust-worthy as an adult.
As a child, Fergus has a way of getting into trouble. He was raised in a brothel and knows things that most boys shouldn't know so soon, but he maintains a sweet innocence about him anyway. He experienced trauma from abuse and war, but found a loving family with Jamie, Claire, Murtagh and the Murrays.
Grown-up Fergus is quick to share a laugh and a story with family and friends. He loyally serves Claire and Jamie, even if he isn't exactly obedient in order to save them from themselves. He also enters a legitimate courtship and becomes a husband to Jamie's step-daughter Marsali.
Whether we see Fergus as a boy or a man, he is delightful to watch. The character has wit, wisdom, cheeky humor, loyalty and is incredibly resourceful.
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