Men in Kilts, Men's Skirts, Sarongs and Other Kilt-like Clothing


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Bravehearts' Photo Gallery 4

Male Celebrities in Kilts and MUGs

This Photo Gallery contains pictures of various male celebrities wearing kilts, modern kilt variations, sarongs, and other MUGs (male unbifurcated garments).  If you would like to submit additional photographs for consideration, please see the guidelines at the bottom of the page.

Bay City Rollers

Scottish pop singing group.

David Beckham

British soccer star wearing his controversial sarong.

Nick Beggs

British bass guitarist.

Billy Boyd

Actor from Lord of the Rings at Screen Actors Guild award ceremony.

Gerard Butler

Scottish actor (Phantom of the Opera), attending a Burns Night dinner.

Gerard Butler and Ewan McGregor

Together at a Burns Night charity supper in 2004.

David Byrne

Scottish-born lead singer and guitarist, formerly of the "Talking Heads."

Prince Charles

Charles, Prince of Wales, of the British royal family.

Dick Clark

American television personality wearing a black Utilikilt on a daytime show, The Other Half.

Hamish Clark

Scottish actor who played a kilted character in the BBC TV series, Monarch of the Glen, and who wears kilts off-screen as well.

Sir Sean Connery

Veteran Scottish actor (James Bond series, The Rock, Finding Forrester) and long-time kilt enthusiast.

David Coulthard

Scottish "Formula-One" race car driver.

Darius Danesh

Scottish pop singer, in a kilt.

Jonathan Davis

Lead singer of the rock band Korn, who sometimes wears a kilt.

Vin Diesel

Action film star, wearing a black leather kilt while co-hosting 2003 Europe MTV awards in Edinburgh.

Taye Diggs

Film and television actor wearing an Armani skirt over a sarong at the X-Men premier.

James ("Scotty") Doohan

Actor who played "Scotty" on the original Star Trek series, with his wife at the 2003 TV Land Awards.

David Ducovny

American actor (X Files) in a Hunting McFarlane tartan kilt at the premier of Return to Me.

Emerald Rose

Celtic-American folk band, wearing their trademark black Utilikilts.

Nathan Fillion

Star of the TV show Firefly and the movie Serenity, wearing a black leather kilt at the premier of In Good Company.

Mel Gibson

Australian-American film star at the Scottish premier of Braveheart.

Richard Hatch

Winner of the first Survivors series on U.S. television, he went on the Survivors All-Stars wearing a Utilikilt.

Samuel L. Jackson

African-American film star, during his promotional tour for The 51st State (aka Formula 51), in which he wore a kilt.

Ilya Kovalchuk

Russian hockey player for the Atlanta Thrashers, of the National Hockey League, wearing a modern kilt variation of some type.

Ilya Kovalchuk

Another picture of the Atlanta Thrashers hockey star wearing some kind of modern kilt variation.

Ewan McGregor

Scottish film star (Trainspotting, Star Wars, Moulin Rouge) in a red McGregor tartan kilt at Highland games in Crieff, Scotland..

Ashley McIsaac

Canadian Celtic-rock fiddler from Cape Breton.

Ray Park

Scottish actor who played Darth Maul in Star Wars - Episode 1.

Roddy Piper

Scottish wrestler, famous for his kilts.

Alan Rickman

British actor (Prof. Severus Snape in the Harry Potter series) strikes a monumental pose.

Right Said Fred

Lead singer in British pop group wearing a 21st Century Kilt.

Axl Rose

Guns 'n' Roses singer in a black leather kilt.


Famous rock musician (formerly of The Police), with his wife and daughter at a Grammy Awards show.

Kiefer Sutherland

Film and television actor (24) wearing a Douglas tartan kilt at his step-daughter's wedding in Edinburgh.

David Tennant

British actor, who plays Barty Crouch, Jr. in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

Bob Weir

Guitarist for The Grateful Dead, Ratdog, and The Other Ones, at his California wedding in 1999.

Robbie Williams

Popular English singer.

Guidelines for submission of pictures to be considered for inclusion in this particular gallery:

1.  The picture must be of a well-known male celebrity.

2.  He must be wearing a kilt or other MUG. There is no restriction as to the type of MUG or its ethnicity, but it must be designed and intended to be men's clothing (or at least unisex) and consistent with the masculine Braveheart image.

3.  Submissions should be by e-mail to and should include:

a.  The photograph by e-mail attachment, preferably in JPEG format - OR - the URL of the picture's location on the Internet if it is already posted somewhere else and is capable of being copied or downloaded.

b.  The name of the celebrity and what he is famous for.

c.  A brief description of what he is wearing and any other interesting information about the location or event pictured.

Bravehearts' Photo Gallery 1 - Pictures of the webmaster wearing some of his kilts and Utilikilts in various locales.

Bravehearts' Photo Gallery 2 - Pictures submitted by various Bravehearts of themselves in traditional tartan kilts.

Bravehearts' Photo Gallery 3 -  Pictures submitted by various Bravehearts of themselves in modern kilt variations and other MUGs (male unbifurcated garments).


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