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Marc Riley was born on July 10, 1961 in Manchester, England. See full bio »

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Pulp Video Writer
Perverted by Language Bis Music Department
Dominator Decimator


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 2019 The Souvenir (writer: "Totally Wired")
 2015 The Preppie Connection (writer: "Totally Wired")
 2011 Rango (performer: "Forkboy" - as Lard)
 2007 Skins (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Tony (2007) ... (writer: "Totally Wired" - uncredited)
 1991 The Silence of the Lambs (writer: "Hip Priest" (1981) - as M. Riley)
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 2003 Dominator
Decimator (voice)
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 1995 Pulp Video (TV Series)
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 1984 Perverted by Language Bis (Video) (musician)
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 2016 Oasis: Supersonic (Documentary)
Self - Hit the North Presenter
 2005 The Fall: The Wonderful and Frightening World of Mark E. Smith (TV Movie documentary)
Self - Guitar 1978-1982
 2001 An Audience with Kylie Minogue (TV Special)
Self - Audience Member
 1997 This Is Your Life (TV Series documentary)
- Noddy Holder (1997) ... Self
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 2010 When Moyles Met the Radio 1 Breakfast DJs (TV Movie documentary)

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It was 15 June 1972 that David Bowie changed my life. Performing Starman on a kids TV programme called Lift Off three weeks before his legendary appearance on Top of the Pops (1964). When he announced 'the last show we'll ever do' from the stage of the Hammersmith Odeon just about a year later I thought I'd never even get to see him in concert. Who'd have thought over nearly three decades later ... See more »


Worked extensively as a cartoonist and writer in the 1980s for the children's comic 'Oink!', where his characters included Doctor Mooney and Harry the Head. See more »



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