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|Born||1962 (age 54–55)
|Occupation||Writer, actor, comedian.|
Hamish McColl (born 1962) is a British comedian, writer and actor. He trained at the Ecole Phillippe Gaulier, Paris and Cambridge University. With Sean Foley, he formed the double act The Right Size in 1988, creating comic theatre shows which toured all over the world. More recently he has worked as a screenwriter, scripting Mr. Bean's Holiday and Johnny English Reborn, plus contributing to the story of Paddington.
- Ducktastic!, 2005
- Hysterium, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Royal National Theatre, 2004
- The Play What I Wrote, 2001
- Churchill: The Hollywood Years (2004) – Captain Davies
- The Reckoning (2003) – Innkeeper
- Gypsy Woman (2001) – Waiter
- Knit Your Own Karma (2001) – Mr. Gorsky
- Going Going (2000) – Scott
- The Parent Trap (1998) – Photographer
- Surviving Picasso (1996) – Torso
- "Peak Practice" – Danny Givens (episode "Eskimo Roll", 1999)
- Prime Suspect 4: Inner Circles (1995) – Younger Neighbour
- The Old Curiosity Shop (1995) – List
- Between the Lines – Special Branch Officer (1994)
- The Vision Thing (1993)
- Hamis McColl, Sean Foley and Kenneth Branagh (22 May 2003). "A conversation with the cast and director of "The Play I Wrote"". Charlie Rose (Interview: video). Interview with Charlie Rose. PBS. Retrieved 19 February 2009.
- "Hamish McColl Curriculum Vitae". PFD. 2004. Archived from the original on 25 June 2004. Retrieved 19 February 2009.