|Crossing Jordan||2002 2002||Actor||n/a||20027|
|The Final Curtain||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Alien Love Triangle||1998||Screenplay||("Alien Love Triangle")||1|
|Untitled (Working Title/Stephen Frears/Lance Armstrong Project)||2014||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|A Life Less Ordinary||1997||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Co-wrote "The Sweeney" with director Nick Love|
|Penned "The Final Curtain," directed by Patrick Harkins|
|Third screen collaboration with Boyle and McGregor, romantic comedy "A Life Less Ordinary"|
|Wrote screen adaptation of Irvin Welsh novel "Trainspotting," also directed by Boyle and featuring McGregor; made cameo as a security officer|
|Adapted Alex Garland's novel "The Beach," directed by Boyle and produced by Macdonald; McGregor originally expected to star but due to other commitments, lead role given to Leonardo DiCaprio|
|Worked as physician at Scottish hospitals|
|Moved to London; continued working as physician|
|Re-teamed with director Danny Boyle as co-writer (with Joe Ahearne) drama-thriller "Trance"|
|Wrote first feature film "Shallow Grave," directed by Danny Boyle, produced by Andrew Macdonald, and featuring Ewan McGregor; also made acting debut with minor role|
|Met Andrew Macdonald at Edinburgh Film Festival|
|Scripted short film "Alien Love Triangle"|
|Wrote screenplay for fantasy drama "The Seeker: The Dark Is Rising"|
|Lucy Hodge||Wife||Married March 29, 1997|
|Grace Hodge||Sister||Introduced brother to producer Andrew Macdonald; served as head of development with Macdonald's DNA Films|
|University of Edinburgh|
|"When I began writing I'd seen a succession of American films which had one thing in common – a small group of people working out their differences in a tight situation over a short period of time. With the script of 'Shallow Grave' it was important that something happened every page or so. I didn't want it to be a study of character for its own sake; that should be grafted onto a healthy narrative, rather than the narrative acting as an afterthought to some expression of humanity." – Hodge quoted in the press kit for "Shallow Grave" (1994)|
|"There's no doubt in my mind – being a doctor is more interesting a job than being a screenwriter...You work with other people, you see more interesting things...Disease and treatment are genuinely intriguing. Whereas a screenwriter sits alone in a room." – Hodge quoted in The Los Angeles Times, March 2, 1997|
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