I knew as soon as I saw that tavern scene with Jack Rackham telling the story to that young "man" it was Mary Read. Also I knew that was a woman's voice. And it was confirmed when she joined him to meet Ann back at the ship when Jack introduced her to Ann, asking what his name was again & she replied, "Mark Read".
Toby Schmitz (born 4 May 1977) is an Australian actor and playwright.
He was born in Perth, Western Australia, attended Perth's Scotch College and briefly studied law at the University of Western Australia. He graduated from the acting course at National Institute of Dramatic Art in 1999 and has performed many times on stage for Sydney Theatre Company, Company B at Belvoir St Theatre and Griffin Theatre Company. He has also appeared in film and television, and writes plays.
On Black Sails, as Captain Jack Rackham, Toby Schmitz delivers a beautifully powerful & flawless proper British accent that he had little time to learn. I thought he was actually British until I learned he's in fact Austrailian. He doesn't talk like a typical pirate a…
Could you please tell me how to delete an image? I improved on one and would like to remove the initial one uploaded. Thanks so much!
I was wondering how, if at all, users engage via this wiki's blog mechanism.
If anybody happens to read this, how about discussing theories for Season 4?
It's a pirate's life for me.
Just like some others I like to write. It would be awesome if you could audition some characters to my story. The show is set in the Caribbean Sea for the most part. There will be a part of the story set in Asia, not for long though. It will take place in the 18th century (around 1770). The story is about three captains who desperately want the same thing.
Eye and Hair Color:
Occupation (pirate, prostitute, marketer,...):
Duty on the ship (only pirates):
I hope to hear from …
Thank you for all of your questions for Composer Bear McCreary! McCreary is the musical composer for Outlander, Walking Dead, Battlestar Galactica, Black Sails, Constantine, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and more. Keep reading to learn more about his working style, who he'd love to work with, his inspirations, and more!
He's answered your questions over on the Music Hub, check out his answers here!
Hello Black Sails fans!
Musical Composer of Black Sails, Bear McCreary, will be answering YOUR questions over on the Music Hub. In the comments, please ask about specific shows, scenes, his writing process, instrumental choices, other projects like Battlestar Galactica and video game scores, anything you want!
How long until Captain Flint's crew take possession of the Urca de Lima gold? Where will Flint find the island to bury his treasure? When will the map of Flint's Treasure Island be created and intrusted to Billy Bones?
How cool would it be if they used the strongest female pirate in this TV series, at least someone who is based of of her. I love Ching's story. Check her out on google! What do you guys think? :)
As with last season, I'll take the lead in writing the initial episode summary each week. That way two of us aren't writing over each other at the same time.
We haven't had a single new vote in the poll in like a week. Does the voting for the polls automatically close after a certain amount of time?
So we know that Hornigold gives his ship to Gates and I'm pretty certain that they called his ship the Royal Lion meaning a formal Royal Navy ship called the Lion. However, during the entire last episode they call the other ship the Ranger, which is Vane's ship. Did we miss something?
A couple of thoughts on grammar:
1) Ship names ALWAYS need to be italicized.
2) Episode articles should be written in present tense i.e. "Billy informs Dufresne that he must fight. Dufresne is afraid because he has never even fired a gun." Character articles should be written in past tense i.e. "Billy informed Dufresne that he must fight. Dufresene was afraid because he had never even fired a gun."
3) References to characters should use their last name if possible i.e. "Bones showed Silver around" not "Bones showed John around". The exception to this, in my opinion, should be 'Eleanor' since there is another Guthrie.