Paul McCole
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Paul McCole

Paul McCole
Born (1972-02-01) 1 February 1972 (age 47)

Paul McCole (born 10 February 1972) is a Scottish actor, comedian and musician. He is perhaps best known for his role as Limmy's pal and also in the dark comedy series High Times along with his brother Stephen. He has appeared in television shows such as Limmy's Show, Taggart, Rab C. Nesbitt, and Still Game. McCole also performed in The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Heart from 2013-14, (this was the longest touring show from the National Theatre of Scotland). He spends his time in an irreverent comedy duo/band with his writing partner Gordon Munro, Dignitas.

Early life

McCole was born in Castlemilk, Glasgow.


McCole first started acting with his brother Stephen in their local youth theatre's productions, including Grease. After watching his brother's acting career progress, McCole decided to enroll in college. He began his career with the Govan Theatre Works, earning £120 a week. He also started to appear on television shows such as Rebus and Still Game.[1]

McCole reached a wider audience with his work in High Times, a television drama he starred in alongside his brother. The show became very popular in South America.[2] McCole has also had roles on the popular comedy series Limmy's Show. He has since starred in a number of short films and television shows.[3]



Year Title Role
2002-2010 Taggart Francis Crellin
2004-2008 High Times Jimmy
2006 Rebus Danny McLeese
2007 Still Game Rogue Policeman
2011-2013 Limmy's Show Various Characters
2011 Rab C. Nesbitt Inspector McLean
2013 Case Histories Young Ray


  1. ^ "High Times (TV Series 2004-2008) - IMDb". Retrieved 2014.
  2. ^ "High Times duo Stephen and Paul McCole find fame in unlikely places - Daily Record". Retrieved 2014.
  3. ^ "The Daily Chuckle Online: A chat with Limmy and Paul - Limmy's Show interview extravaganza". Retrieved 2014.

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