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Performing from the age of five, Craig has been seen treading the boards up and down the country as well as on TV and Film.

Craig studied Performing Arts at Lincoln College for three years during which time he was a lead vocalist in FAME and also played “Woof” in Hair at the Theatre Royal Lincoln.

Craig has performed in many Pantomimes including the Emperor in Aladdin, Buttons in Cinderella Rockafella. He particularly likes using his height (or “lack of”) to comedy effect, playing the giant in Jack and the Beanstalk and Miss Minger, as an Ugly Sister in Cinderella at the Lincoln Drill Hall.

His most recent pantomime was as “Prof” (this is Doc to you and I) in Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs alongside Gareth Gates, Claire Sweeney and Cliff Parisi under the musical direction of David Roper (Four poofs and a piano).  Craig was personally mentioned in numerous theatre reviews for his performance in the pantomime including The Stage.

Craig has completed two  national tours playing a Child/Murderer In the stage adaptation of the Daphne Du Maurier ‘s iconic film Don’t Look Now alongside Peter Amory, Rula Lenska, Nicola Bryant and Shirley Anne Field .

His tour was then followed by his first film role in a fantasy film, Goblins Market, based on the poem by Christina Rossetti. His most recent film performance is in the Harry Potter film The Deathly Hollows playing Mini Harry Potter working closely with Robbie Coltrane.

Craig has appeared in commercials for Play Station 2, Nissan Micra and the Daily Mail and undertakes promotional work which most recently included a national tour promoting Despicable Me and appearing on the “yellow carpet” with Russell Brand and Steve Carroll at the premiere at Leicester Square.

He’s also been involved in grand productions for high profile clientele at Skibo and Alnwick Castle, as well as other event work including Fresher’s Balls and high end night clubs.

Recently the subject of a documentary by Channel Four, Craig has been filmed for a series of 7 one hour episodes showing the day to day life of short actors

Craig’s talents are wide and varied and he is always looking for opportunities to expand his repertoire and to push his boundaries both in comedy and serious drama.