Stephen McCole is a Scottish actor. He is best known for starring in the dark comedy series High Times, the American comedy Rushmore, and for his former role in BBC Scotland soap opera River City.
In his best known role, High Times, McCole portrays Rab, an unemployed stoner who lives with his best friend in a bleak high-rise flat in Glasgow. The series, which received the 2004 BAFTA Scotland Best Drama Award, also features McCole's older brother, Paul. McCole credits the realism of his role to growing up in similar surroundings in Glasgow's Castlemilk project.
McCole also starred in the 2008 adventure comedy Stone of Destiny. He has appeared in The Young Person's Guide to Becoming a Rock Star (1998), The Acid House (1998), Postmortem (1998), Rushmore (1998) and the 2003 BBC One miniseries The Key. In 2005, he directed the short comedy film Electric Blues, written by his brother.
|1997||Dead Eye Dick||Joe|
|1998||The Acid House||Boab|
|1998||Postmortem||George Statler Jr.|
|1998||My Name Is Joe||Mojo|
|1998||The Young Person's Guide to Becoming a Rock Star||Wullie Macboyne|
|2001||Last Orders||Young Vince|
|2001||Band of Brothers||Frederick Heyliger|
|2002||The Magdalene Sisters||Young Man in Car|
|2005||At the End of the Sentence||Sue|
|2008||Stone of Destiny||Gavin Vernon|
|2009||Crying with Laughter||Joey Frisk|
|2009||The Crews||Paul P|
|2010||A Lonely Place to Die||Mr. Mcrae|
|2011||The Field of Blood||Danny Ogilvey|
|2012||Henry IV, Part I||Douglas|
|2013||The Wee Man||Arthur Thompson, Jr.|
|2014-15||River City||Alan Lindsay||Main Cast|
|2015||The Legend of Barney Thomson||Willie Henderson|
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