Christopher Craig is a Scottish actor; his mother was a Londoner and his father was born in Guyana.
After training in London his early work focused on Theatre, performing in award winning productions such as Grant Morrison's "Red King Rising" and the premiere of "The Fetishist" by Michel Tournier. It was later in his career when he cleverly improvised with an exploding bag pipe, that 'Abdellatif Kechiche' cast him in "Venus Noire" 2009.
Since then, he has worked as the Priest in The Family (2013) with Luc Besson and as Durie in Tommy's Honour (2016), the Scottish BAFTA Winner directed by Jason Connery. He has portrayed Winston Churchill over 5 times, each time different, full of emotion and challenge.