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In December 2009 Colin McCredie was informed that he and his character would not be returning for the next series of Taggart.
Appearing in BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play, Care by Clara Glynn Tuesday 8 March 2.15pm.
- Woolly and Tig - Tattiemoon for CBeebies
- River City - BBC Scotland
- Taggart - STV Productions
- The Missing Postman - BBC Scotland
- The Pen - BBC Scotland Tartan Short
- Karmic Mothers- BBC Scotland Tartan Short
- Dr. Finlay - played Gerald Hynde
- Take the High Road
- The Holy City - played Patrick
- The Justice Game - played Mickey
- Fish Out Of Water[disambiguation needed] - played Hunter
- Takin' Over the Asylum - played Phil
- I Tommy -played Alan McCombes (Gilded Balloon Edinburgh and King's Theatre Glasgow0
- The Ching Room- played Rory (Glasgow Oranmor, Edinburgh Traverse and Manchester Royal Exchange)
- Lysistrata - played Lysistrata (Glasgow Oranmor)
- The Corstorphine Road Nativity - played Wise Frankencense (Edinburgh Festival Theatre)
- Dealer's Choice - played Mugsy (Tron Theatre Company)
- Candide - played Candide (Suspect Culture Tour)
- Passing Places - played Brian (Traverse Theatre)
- Teechers - played Salty - (Byre Theatre)
- Glengarry Glen Ross - played Lingk (Arches Theatre)
- "Night is Day" - played Taylor, in post-production (2011)
- The Perpetual Twilight of Gregor Black (Cliffhanger Films)
- Pandaemonium - played Royal Messenger(Mariner Films)
- Small Faces - played Doug (Skyline)
- Shallow Grave - played Cameron (Figment Films)
- Care - BBC Radio 4 March 2011 played Charlie Fleming.
- "Taggart star Colin McCredie is sacked from TV show in phone call after 15 years". Dailyrecord.co.uk. 2009-12-30. Retrieved 2013-08-24.
- Brian McIver (2010-10-15). "Former Taggart star Colin McCredie lands new role on River City". Daily Record. Retrieved 2013-08-24.
- "BBC News - Taggart's Colin McCredie in Between Weathers role". Bbc.co.uk. 2011-01-10. Retrieved 2013-08-24.
- Paul English (2011-12-22). "Taggart star Colin McCredie swaps cops for daughters in new Cbeebies role from Balamory creators". Daily Record. Retrieved 2013-08-24.
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