Studied at Royal Scottish Conservoitoire
Craig Wilde is a Yorkshire born Actor, Television presenter, Voice Artiste and Trainer... Performing since the age of 6, he Trained at High Melton College ( Part of Doncaster College) with Stan Norris and Ian Watson before winning a place at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (RSAMD) now the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, completing his studies in 1992, he turned first to a successful career in Sales, Training and Marketing.
Wilde first came to the fore as a club promoter widely known for legendary Club Fruitfly, the club he promoted at The Arches in Glasgow from 1999 to 2002. He became the focus of several TV Documentaries such as STV & Grampian's: This Scotland - 2001 documentary, and Lanarkshire Television's 'Nightclubing' programme which explored the world of Craig as the promoter, also contributing to Magazines such as Glasgow culture Magazine Yum Yum and the Scottish HERALD Newspaper. Craig was a regular guest on shows for BBC Scotland, STV, Rapture TV...
Craig Combined his successful carrer as a Trainer - with clients as diverse as TOYOTA, THUS Plc, Microsoft and the US Embassy (London) with promoting and producing clubs events in the early noughties. He developed several boutique marketing agencies before opening Bar Warhol in 2006, on Glasgow's prestigious Bath Street. After divesting of that business Wilde relocated to Newcastle to work with the city's Leisure operators, notably the re-invention of the now famous Powerhouse club venue as well as creating branded events and experiential for various Drinks Industry clients.
Wilde returned to performing in 2010 and is currently appearing daily hosting Bingo Web TV Channel 'Bingo Studio Live'. Craig is still an active Trainer, Public Speaker and a prolific Voice Over Artist for Radio, Television, Video Games and Corporate clients around the world.
Craig is a huge APPLE fan and loves to cook and entertain!