Salt Lake City, Utah – The latest role for Utah actor Randall Malin is that of Gulman, an important character in a turning-point episode of the new television series The Outpost, which can be seen on The CW Network in the U.S. and on SYFY in Europe and Australia.
The popular series follows a young woman, Talon (Jessica Green), who, as a young girl, witnessed the slaughter of her people, an elf-eared race known as the Blackbloods. Years later she comes to the Outpost searching for revenge, where she is befriended by Gwynn (Imogen Waterhouse). The Outpost is a walled city known for its lawlessness. It is here where Talon discovers she has power to open a portal and exert control over ruthless demons.
Malin’s character Gulman brings an entirely new twist to the story. Gulman’s big reveal in episode 6 causes the entire population of the Outpost to question loyalties and brings new conflicts into the series.
“I love The Outpost, and it appears that the fans do too. I think it is the combination of sci-fi, fantasy, action, and adventure all in one show. Gulman’s character is not seen until episode 6, and yet this is a very significant role and turning-point in the show,” explained Malin.
Malin is also known for his lead role in the feature film Ruling of the Heart, and supporting roles in Other Monsters, Lost At Desert, Granite Flats, and What Would You Do. He is also well known for his five-year-run as the professor on the Check City commercials. He can be found on social media on Twitter and on Facebook.
A SAG/AFTRA member, he is passionate about acting and has studied with many teachers and has a particular affinity for The Meissner Technique. He is represented by Shielia Erickson of Broadway Talent.
Malin received a college scholarship in track and cross country, as well as placing second in a national masters downhill ski racing competition. Being an exercise enthusiast, he is capable of doing many of his own stunts.
In addition to acting, Malin a Diplomate of the American Board of Chiropractic Orthopedists and has been in private practice for many years. He was born in Cumberland, Maryland and currently resides in Park City, Utah with his wife and daughter.