Billy Boyd

What is Billy Boyd?


A lovely, cuddly, sweet little Scottish sunshine with the sexiest accent ever...(Just listen to how he pronounces the word "rehearsal"!!!)

Lemme hug ya, laddy.....


A beautiful Scottish man from Glasgow with an amazing singing voice and awesome acting skills...and beautiful green eyes...and a hott face and body..

he rocks the kilt!

He's hilarious, especially when paired with Dominic Monaghan.

Don't be hasty! *taps nose and winks*


Incredibly radiant Scottish man with green eyes.

Oh my, look. It's Billy Boyd, he is so incredibly radient and sexy! Just look at those green eyes!

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A young up and coming actor. He has been in flims such as: The Soliders Leap, Urban Ghost Story, Julie and the Cadillacs, Master and Commander, Seed of Chucky, and Lord of the Rings. He got his stardom after starring as Pergirin Took (Pippin) in The Lord of the Rings Trilogy. He will soon star in: On a Clear Day and Save Angel Hope. Billy was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1968. He was inspired by Star Wars to try acting. He started acting at the age of ten in school plays. His parents were supportive of his acting, but they passed away when he was 12. He was told to keep his dream of becoming an actor a secret by his schools counsler. When he was older he attended the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama and graduated with a Diploma in Dramatic Arts. Billy is also into music and plays the drums, bass,and guitar. His voice range is tenor. He wrote and sang a song called 'The Steward of Gondor' in The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.

"Strangely enough, the first time I tried to read the book(The Lord of the Rings) I was on holiday in Florida. I dropped it in the pool my first day there. If that's not a Pippin thing to do, I don't know what is."


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