Craig has been on the Stage since he was just 6 years old, a 'little dancer' from when he could first walk, he was denied dancing classes by a strict authoritarian Father - Craig was destined not to be a 'Billy Elliot'. However, School afforded him access to plenty of summer shows and Christmas Pantomimes and his first Musical: 'Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice's 'Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. When in the role of 'The Pharoah' brought the house down every night, taking the encore - with his 'Elvis' take on the role, and won his first press in the local Post. Inspired by Drama Teacher Sharon Francis-Burnett at Hatfield High School he sought out Drama Clubs and Theatre groups to explore his talents further.
After joining Doncaster Youth Theatre, Rotherham Youth Theare and the famous Doncaster Reperatory Theatre and free from parental control, he went to study at Doncaster Art College, and High Melton College, taking a course in Theatre Arts where he would be taught by Ian Watson and well known Actor and Teacher Stan Norris who had previously taught both Brian Glover and Brian Blessed.
At 17 years of age he decided that the Royal Scottish Conservatoire ( then RSAMD) was the only Drama School he wished to attend, so auditioned only for that school. Within days of his Audition his place at the Academy was confirmed.
Today Craig's career spans the Entertainment Industry, from Tv to Voice, Video Games to hosting Events and Conferences.