Ian Staples is an actor and writer, known for Evil Bong 666 (2017), The Sherman Plays (1993) and Pam Fi Duw? (1997). See full bio »

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Evil Bong 666 Producer
Pam Fi Duw? Writer
Caerdydd Cogydd


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 2010 Bright Lights (Short)
 2007 Y Pris (TV Series)
 2006 Caerdydd (TV Series)
- Episode #1.3 (2006) ... Cogydd
- Episode #1.2 (2006) ... Cogydd
 2005 Letter to Ann (Short)
 2004 Pobol y Cwm (TV Series)
David White
- OB Cafe (2004) ... David White
 2002 The Bench (TV Series)
Neil Johnson
- Episode #2.10 (2002) ... Neil Johnson
 1997 A Mind to Kill (TV Series)
- Death Watch (1997) ... Gareth
 1995 Casualty (TV Series)
1st Policeman
- Sacrifice (1995) ... 1st Policeman
 1991 A Mind to Kill (TV Movie)
Local Lad
 1985 Sacred Hearts
 1984 The Brief (TV Series)
- Can Kill, No One to Kill (1984) ... Ken
 1984 Doctor Who (TV Series)
- The Caves of Androzani: Part Four (1984) ... Soldier
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 2006 Caerdydd (TV Series) (writer - 2 episodes)
- Episode #1.2 (2006) ... (writer)
- Episode #1.1 (2006) ... (writer)
 1997 Pam Fi Duw? (TV Series)
 1995 The Sherman Plays (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- The Wind Netters (1995) ... (writer)
 2006 Vegetables (Short) (assistant director)
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 2017 Evil Bong 666 (executive producer)

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(1984, February - March) Appeared as Doctor Julio in the John Webster play "The White Devil" produced by the Glasgow Citizens Company at the Greenwich Theatre, London, England.

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