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Hamish McColl
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Hamish McColl

Hamish McColl is a writer and actor; he is a co-founder of The Right Size, a company that has created a unique style of comic theater since 1988. He co-wrote and performed in all of its productions, including Flight to Finland, Moose, Bewilderness, Hold Me Down, Stop Calling Me Vernon and the hit show Do You Come Here Often? This show won an Olivier Award for Best Entertainment in 1999 and was nominated for a Drama Desk Award in New York City. The company's smash hit The Play What I Wrote won the Olivier Award for Best Comedy in 2001 and McColl was nominated for Best Actor.

The show transferred to Broadway, where it was nominated for a Tony Award. In 2005, he co-wrote and starred in Ducktastic!, which was nominated for an Olivier as Best Entertainment. McColl has written several shows for radio-The Kodo Finish, The

Remains of Foley & McColl, Foley & McColl: The Interviews-as well as This Way Up and This is Not About the Fridge for BBC television.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2007.

Hamish McColl Facts

OccupationScreenwriter, Actor
BirthplaceEngland, United Kingdom

Selected Filmography

Not available.