Craig Robert Young

Craig Robert Young

actor, producer, writer

Craig Robert Young was born on Oct 04, 1976 in UK. Craig Robert Young's big-screen debut came with Dream Team - Season 2 directed by Carson Black in 1998, strarring Alex Wilkinson. Craig Robert Young is known for Big Birdman directed by Guy Ross, Scott Kaske stars as Riggan Bird and Craig Robert Young as Kermie Norton. Craig Robert Young has got 11 awards and 8 nominations so far. The most recent award Craig Robert Young achieved is The Toscars. The upcoming new movie Craig Robert Young plays is Mank which will be released on Dec 04, 2020.

In 2020, Craig can be seen portraying Charlie Chaplin in David Fincher's "Mank", alongside Gary Oldman and Amanda Seyfried. "Unsinkable" with Brian Cox and John Malcovich. "Bad Therapy" with Alicia Silverstone and the indie "Tell Me I love you".British Actor, Craig Robert Young can be seen in Michael Bay's "The Last Ship" and as Ian on NCIS with roles on both Hawaii 5.0 and NCIS: Los Angeles, Rose Macgowan's boyfriend Dave, in "Charmed" and Alfred Hoffman on Fox's "Fringe."Nominated for Best Lead Actor in a Drama at LA Theatre Awards 2015 for his portrayal of Nicky Lancaster in Noel Coward's The Vortex, and previously named best actor at the LA Scene and stage awards for the same production.He was born in Nottingham, England and started acting at the age of 10, His first professional job was the role of Mark, in Barry Hines' 'The Price of Coal' at the Nottingham Playhouse.When he was 17, he attended drama school in London, A chance audition for a pop band, steered Craig off into the music business for a few years. The Group 'Deuce' scored 4 top 30 British hits, a top twenty album and appearances on acclaimed show 'Top of The Pops' 7 times. Craig left the band in 1996 to resume his passion for acting. Not before becoming the new face of MTV in the UK, hosting the hugely successful show 'TRL' This lead him to host for 'GMTV' (UK version of the Today Show). Then in 1999 A starring role on the award-wining show 'Dream Team' beckoned. Craig played the troubled Alex Wilkinson for 76 episodes.His next move was a big one, across the Atlantic in fact, where Craig met his manager Louisa Spring, Throughout the early 2000's Craig starred in a plethora of shows including MTV's'Spyder Games', 'S Club 7', 'Charmed', 'The District', and 'Sabrina The Teenage Witch'. Adapting to LA life Craig missed treading the boards so joined an all British theatre company called 'Nomad' Here he performed in the plays 'The body' and 'Red Star.' and 'Boise, USA'. A TV Pilot followed on 'Zoey 101' playing Jamie Lynn Spears' mentor. He then wrote and starred in a movie called 'Wannabe' that was bought by Warner Brothers and later developed into a TV Pilot with Marta Kauffman (The creator of Friends)A role on 'Lost' soon followed which was the first of many J.J. Abrahms shows he has appeared in. In 2007 Craig starred in all episodes of 'Just For Kicks' The Whoopi Goldberg produced-show for Nickelodeon, garnering great reviews for the role of Coach Moore. movie roles in Horror classic 'Slaughter' for Lionsgate, and 'A Numbers Game' alongside Steven Bauer. Starring turns in the TV Shows 'What about Brian' (JJ. Abrahms) David Mamet's TV show 'The Unit' The remake of 'Melrose Place', and the fan-favorite 'Alfred Hoffman' in the Sci-Fi Hit 'Fringe' Craig also played a recurring role on ABC Family's '10 Things I Hate About You.' Starring alongside Alicia Silverstone in "Bad Therapy"Craig stars as Piet Hartog in the World War 2 movie "Return to the Hiding Place." A true story about a real-life hero (Piet) as the leader of a Dutch resistance group - A story of pure heroism and bravery where Piet and his friends rescue the occupants of a Jewish orphanage in Haarlem.

  • Birthday

    Oct 04, 1976
  • Place of Birth

    Nottingham, England, UK
  • Also known

    Craig Yates, Craig Young

Known For


11 wins & 8 nominations

The Toscars
Best Dictator (Director)
Winner - Toscar
Dankest Hour (2018)
Best Film
Winner - Toscar
Best Supporting Whactor
Winner - Toscar
Best Scribbler (Screenplay)
Winner - Toscar
FilmOut San Diego, US
Best Ensemble
Winner - FilmOut Audience Awards
Best Overall Short
Winner - FilmOut Festival Award
Pepper (2014)
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