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Steffan Rhodri (born 1 March 1967) is a Welsh film actor, best known for being the father of a strapping young lad, Cellan Lewis, and for portraying Dave Coaches on Gavin & Stacey and as Reg Cattermole in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part I.
Steffan is a Swansea City supporter. He has a son, Cellan Ellis, who is also a Swansea City supporter. Cellan enjoyed a mediocre rugby career at junior level before hanging up his boots to begin an internship. Cellan, who often goes by numerous different nicknames such as Cell, Kev, Dickhead and Geezer, enjoys a tasty IPA at any local pubs and can often be seen guzzling down protein shakes to make the mad gains he is always seeking, but never quite attaining. Cellan also enjoys ballet, darts and snorkeling and is famous for being a rather bad loser. Steffan also has a daughter, who is not a Swansea City supporter.
- The Hollow Crown- Henry vi pt 2 (2014)
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I (2010) as Reg Cattermole/Ron Weasley (Polyjuice Potion)
- Under Milk Wood (2014)
- Ironclad (2011)
- Submarine (2010) - Mr. Davey
- The Big I Am (2010) - DS Moseley
- Cymru Fach (2008)
- Ali G Indahouse (2002) - School Teacher
- Solomon and Gaenor (1999) - Noah Jones
- Twin Town (1997) - Hunky
- Wonder Woman (2017) - Colonel Darnell
- Apple Tree Yard- BBC (2017)
- Under Milk Wood- BBC (2014)
- Cucumber (2014)
- Cara Fi (2014)
- A Touch of Cloth III (2014)
- Hinterland (2013)
- Father Brown (2012)
- 4Music (Narrator) (2011–present)
- Teulu (2010)
- Pen Talar (2010)
- Doctors (2010)
- Gavin & Stacey (2007–10)
- Giles Wemmbley Hogg Goes Off.... to Glastonbury (2007)
- Heartbeat (2007)
- Wire in the Blood (2005)
- Con Passionate (2005)
- Belonging (2007–08)
- Tales from Pleasure Beach (2001)
- Bloodline (1997)
- A Mind to Kill (1997)
- Shorts: The Pines by Gary Owen, starring Steffan Rhodri (2017)
- Abigail's Party – play by Mike Leigh (Hampstead Theatre, London, England, UK); 2002–03
- The Birthday Party- Clwyd Theatr Cymru; 2006
- The Father- Chichester; 2006
- Great Expectations - Clwyd Theatr Cymru; 2009
- Mary Stuart- Clwyd Theatr Cymru; 2009
- Clybourne Park – Russ/Dan; by Bruce Norris; Royal Court Theatre, London; 2010
- The kitchen Sink- by Tom Wells; Bush Theatre; 2011
- Absent Friends- by Alan Ayckborn; West End; 2012
- Posh- by Laura Wade; West End; 2012
- It's a Mad World My Masters ; Middleton; Royal Shakespeare Company; 2013
- Candide- by Mark Ravenhill; Royal Shakespeare Company; 2013
- I'd Rather Goya Robbed Me Of My Sleep Than Some Other Arsehole- by Federico Garcia; Gate Theatre; 2014
- The Mentalists (play) by Richard Bean; West End; 2015
- The Hairy Ape by Eugene O'Neill; The Old Vic; 2015
- Walter Harrison (politician) in This House (play) by James Graham; Garrick Theatre; 2016-17 
He has also guest-starred in a number of Doctor Who spin-off audio plays produced by Big Finish Productions. These include Dreamtime, The Bone of Contention and as the British Prime Minister in UNIT: The Longest Night and UNIT: The Wasting.
- "Steffan Rhodri". IMDb website. IMDb. 2010. Retrieved 4 May 2010.
- Steffan supports Swans DVD, . . . 'Golden Year' for Gavin, Stacey & Harry Potter star.
- The Actor who will play as Reg Cattermole in the upcoming "Deathly Hallows" movie.
- Reg Cattermole in movies.
- "The Hairy Ape". London Box Office. 2015. Retrieved 17 November 2015.
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