Mickey, For Queen and Country, 1989.
Ronnie Smalls, In the Name of the Father, United International Pictures, 1993.
Ronnie Marsh, 24 7: Twenty Four Seven (also known as TwentyFourSeven), October Films, 1997.
Dog, Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels (also known as Two Smoking Barrels), Gramercy Pictures, 1998.
Joe Brass, A Room for Romeo Brass, USA Films, 1999.
The boss, Snack Related Mishap, 1999.
Armed robber, Kevin and Perry Go Large, Icon Film Distribution, 2000.
Stoney, Shiner, IAC Film, 2000.
Tommy's dad, Goodbye Charlie Bright, Metrodome, 2001.
Cabbie, The Last Minute, Palm, 2001.
John Toombes, Lucky Break (also known as Rein oder raus), Paramount, 2001.
Douser, Southwest 9, Alibi, 2001.
Dexter, The Search for John Gissing, Sunlight, 2001.
Danny, Club Le Monde, Screen Projex, 2002.
Alan Paxton, Bend It Like Beckham (also known as Kick It Like Beckham), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2002.
Clive Connelly, The Calcium Kid, Universal, 2004.
Billy Bright, The Football Factory, Vertigo, 2004.
Eric Bury, What We Did on Our Holidays, Whatever, 2006.
Legend, Dolphins, Carnaby, 2006.
Television Appearances; Series:
Nigel Gacey, Boyz Unlimited, 1999.
Matthew, Other People's Children, 2000.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Billy, "Muesli," Birds of a Feather, 1990.
Trevor Bull, "Big Boys Rules: Part 1" and "Big Boys Rules: Part 2," Between the Lines, BBC, 1993.
Security guard, "Endangered Species," Pie in the Sky, BBC, 1994.
Harry Whymark, "Double Edged Sword," Lovejoy, 1994.
Colin Daley, Sunburn, BBC, 2000.
Frank Briggs, "The Wrong Leg," Tlc, BBC, 2002.
Ray Boskins, "Eddie Loves Baseball," Keen Eddie, Fox, 2003.
Karl Naismith, "Credit Limit," Doctors, BBC, 2005.
Mike Glover, Rose and Maloney, ITV, 2005.
John Tate, "Subterraneans," Waking the Dead, BBC, 2005.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Brother's minder, Fool's Gold: The Story of the Brink's-Mat Robbery, 1992.
British Broadcasting Company security man, The Missing Postman, 1997.
Station guard, "Horny," "A Bird in the Hand," "My Father the Liar," and "Rosebud," Tube Tales, 1999.
D. S. Finch, Second Sight: Kingdom of the Blind, PBS and BBC, 2000.
D. S. Finch, Second Sight: Hide and Seek, PBS and BBC, 2000.
D. S. Finch, Second Sight: Parasomnia, PBS and BBC, 2000.
Television Appearances; Specials:
D. S. Finch, Second Sight, PBS, 1999.
"Fit But You Know It," 2004.
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