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Stephen McCole is a Scottish actor. McCole plays the leading role in the television black comedy High Times. McCole portrays Rab, an unemployed stoner who lives with his family in a bleak high-rise apartment in Glasgowmarker. The series, which received the 2004 BAFTA Scotland Best Drama Award, also features McCole's older brother, Paul. McCole credits the believability of his role to growing up in similar surroundings in Glasgow's Castlemilkmarker project.

McCole has also starred in the 2008 adventure comedy Stone of Destiny. Previous to High Times, McCole appeared in The Young Person's Guide to Becoming a Rock Star (TV Series) (1998), The Acid House (1998), Postmortem (1998) and the 2003 BBC One miniseries The Key.

In 2005, McCole directed the comedy short Electric Blues, written by Paul McCole.

Filmography

Actor
Year Film Role Notes
1997 Dead Eye Dick Joe
Orphans John
1998 Rushmore Magnus Buchan
The Acid House Boab (The Granton Star Case)
Postmortem George Statler Jr.
My Name Is Joe Mojo
The Young Person's Guide to Becoming a Rock Star Wullie Macboyne
2000 Complicity Al
Clean
2001 Last Orders Young Vince
2002 The Magdalene Sisters Young Man in Car
2003 The Key (television miniseries) Danny BBC One TV
2004 High Times (television series) Rab STV
2005 At the End of the Sentence Sue
2007 Kitchen Policeman (TV)
2008 Stone of Destiny Gavin Vernon
2009 Crying with Laughter Joey Frisk
Director
Year Title Genre Notes
2004 Electric Blues


References

  1. Paul English, "High Times duo Stephen and Paul McCole find fame in unlikely places", The Daily Record, 28 June 2008, retrieved 01-06-2009
  2. The BAFTA Scotland Awards 2004, .baftascotland.co.uk, retrieved 01-06-2090
  3. Paul English "Our telly critic Paul English picks his favourite STV shows", The Daily Record, 30 December 2008, retrieved 01-06-2009
  4. Aidan Smith, "Dramatic return of tall storey", Scotland on Sunday, 02 October 2005, retrieved 01-06-2009
  5. Brian Beacom, "Brothers' Electric hit", The Evening Times, March 25, 2005


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