Reynaldo Garnica, Seth Brown, and Joey Greer as the Scotsmen
|Birth name||Varies (group cameo)|
|Died||Late 1200s–mid 1300s|
|Hair||Varies (group cameo)|
|Eyes||Varies (group cameo)|
|Appeared in||George Washington vs William Wallace|
|During||William Wallace's verses |
George Washington's second verse
Who won? Who's next? You decide! sequence
|Location(s)||The Isle of Skye|
Information on the cameo
These Scotsmen were warriors that assisted William Wallace in revolting against British oppression. While not the exact same people, their face paints come from actual warriors from the film, such as Hamish, and his father, Campbell. Scotsmen still exist, but the term refers to people from Scotland rather than warriors.
Appearance in the rap battle
The Scotsmen appeared alongside William Wallace throughout the battle. They occasionally provided background vocals, including "Scot free!", "Gu bràth!", "Hoo-rah!", and "No joke!" They also danced behind Wallace during the end slate.
- The Scotsmen are the third/fourth cameos to be shown dancing at the end with the rappers during the "Who won? Who's next?" screen, after Queen Gorgo, Marty McFly, and alongside the Americans.
- They are the first group of cameos of whom represent a specific grouping of individuals.