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Stuart Cable (1970–2010)

Stuart Cable was born on May 19, 1970 in Aberdare, Wales. He was married to Nicola Damen. He died on June 7, 2010 in Aberdare, South Wales, Wales. See full bio »

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 2015 Live Forever! 90's Britpop (TV Movie) (music: "The Bartender and the Thief")
 2014/IV Ouija (Short) (writer: "Have A Nice Day")
 2013 A Question of Sport (TV Series) (music - 1 episode)
- Episode #43.3 (2013) ... (music: "More Life in a Tramps Vest" - uncredited)
 2013 The Voice UK (TV Series) (music - 1 episode)
- Blind Auditions 2 (2013) ... (music: "Pick a Part That's New" - uncredited)
 2010 T in the Park 2010 (TV Series) (music - 1 episode)
- Stereophonics/Paolo Nutini (2010) ... (music: "A Thousand Trees", "More Life in a Tramps Vest", "Have A Nice Day", "Same Size Feet", "Maybe Tomorrow", "Trouble", "Local Boy In The Photograph")
 2010 Randka w ciemno (writer: "Maybe Tomorrow" - as S Cable)
 2008 Death Race (writer: "Maybe Tomorrow")
 2006 Snow Cake (writer: "Just Looking")
 2005 UK Music Hall of Fame: Biggest Selling Artists of the 21st Century (TV Movie documentary) (music: "More Life in a Tramps Vest", "Local Boy in the Photograph" - uncredited)
 2004/I Crash (writer: "Maybe Tomorrow" (2003))
 2004 Wicker Park (writer: "Maybe Tomorrow")
 2004 Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (writer: "Help Me (She's Out of Her Mind)")
 2004 Dawn of the Dead (writer: "Have A Nice Day")
 2002 Headliners (TV Series) (music - 1 episode)
- Stereophonics (2002) ... (music: "Local Boy in the Photograph", "The Bartender and the Thief")
 2000-2001 EastEnders (TV Series) (music - 2 episodes)
- Episode dated 15 November 2001 (2001) ... (music: "Pick a Part That's New" - uncredited)
- Episode dated 13 March 2000 (2000) ... (music: "Just Looking" - uncredited)
 2001 Bodywork (music: "Traffic")
 2001 Antitrust (writer: "Pick A Part That's New")
 2000 Call Us What You Want But Don't Call Us in the Morning (Video) (music: "The Bartender and the Thief", "Just Looking", "Pick a Part That's New", "I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio", "Hurry Up & Wait", "I Stopped to Fill My Car Up" - as Cable)
 2000 Greenfingers (music: "I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio")
 2000 Whatever It Takes (writer: "Stopped to Fill My Car Up")
 2000 Here on Earth (writer: "Pick a Part That's New")
 1999 Top of the Pops (TV Series) (music - 1 episode)
- Episode dated 19 November 1999 (1999) ... (music: "Hurry Up and Wait")
 1999 Roswell (TV Series) (music - 1 episode)
- Missing (1999) ... (music: "Pick A Part That's New")
 1999 Performance and Cocktails: Live at Morfa Stadium (Video) (music: "Hurry Up and Wait", "The Bartender and the Thief", "T-Shirt Sun Tan", "Pick a Part That's New", "A Thousand Trees", "Not Up to You", "Check My Eyelids for Holes", "I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio", "She Takes Her Clothes Off", "Is Yesterday, Tomorrow, Today?", "Same Size Feet", "Traffic", "Last of the Big Time Drinkers", "Just Looking", "Looks Like Chaplin", "Local Boy in the Photograph", "Roll Up and Shine", "Nice to Be Out", "Billy Davey's Daughter", "I Stopped to Fill My Car Up" - as Cable)
 1999 Net Aid (TV Special) (music: "Just Looking")
 1999 This Year's Love (writer: "Just Looking", "The Bartender & The Thief" - as Cable)
 1998 Cwmaman Feel the Noize (Video) (music: "Looks Like Chaplin", "Check My Eyelids for Holes", "The Bartender and the Thief", "Same Size Feet", "Traffic", "Too Many Sandwiches", "Not Up to You", "T-Shirt Sun Tan", "A Thousand Trees", "Carrot Cake and Wine", "Is Yesterday, Tomorrow, Today?", "Goldfish Bowl", "Last of the Big Time Drinkers", "Local Boy in the Photograph", "She Takes Her Clothes Off", "I Wouldn't Believe Your Radio" (as "I Wouldnt Believe Your Radio"), "Billy Davey's Daughter" (as "Billy Daveys Daughter), "Raymonds Shop", "More Life in a Tramps Vest" - as Cable)
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