Michael Craig

Movie Actor

Michael Craig was born in Pune, Maharashtra, India on January 27th, 1928 and is the Movie Actor. At the age of 96, Michael Craig biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 27, 1928
United Kingdom, India
Place of Birth
Pune, Maharashtra, India
96 years old
Zodiac Sign
Actor, Film Actor, Stage Actor, Television Actor
Michael Craig Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

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Michael Craig Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Babette Collier, Susan Walker
3; including Jessica Gregson
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Richard Gregson (brother), Natasha Gregson Wagner (niece), Reginald Hanson (great-grandfather), Julia Gregson (sister-in-law)
Michael Craig Life

Michael Francis Gregson (born 27 January 1929), also known as Michael Craig, is a British-Australian actor and scriptwriter best known for his work in theatre, film, and television production in both the United Kingdom and Australia.

Personal life

Babette Collier was Craig's first wife. Susan Walker, an Australian actress, is his second. He is Jessica Gregson's father; his brother Richard Gregson was the film director; Craig, as a result of Richard's marriage to Natalie Wood, is an uncle of actress Natasha Gregson Wagner. In 2005, his autobiography, The Little Giant: An Actor's Life, was published.


Michael Craig Career

Acting career

Craig began his acting career in the theatre. In 1950, his first job was as an assistant stage manager at the Castle Theatre in Farnham, England. In Australia, his stage appearances include A Whistle in the Dark (Apollo Theatre, 1961-1963), Wars of the Roses (RSC at Stratford, 1964–66), Funny Girl (with Barbra Streisand), and The Homecoming (Pinter's The Homecoming (Respective Theatre, London, 2009), and The Lead in Trying in Australia (Like in 1966, 1970–79) and The Finborough Theatre, London.

Craig made his film debut in 1949 as an uncredited extra. He was then talent-spotted at the Oxford Playhouse, and he had his first appearance in an uncredited role in Malta Story (1953). He appeared in The Embezzler Groomed as a performer by the Rank Organisation the following year (1960), The Conception of Kings (1961), Ride a Wild Pony (1978), and Appointment with Death (1988). For his role in Sea of Sand (1958), he received a BAFTA Best actor award.

Arthur of the Britons (1973), Rush (1976), The Danedyke Mystery (1979), The Unexpected (1980), Rob of the Unexpected (1982), The Timeless Land (1980), The Emigrants (1976), The Professionals (1982), The Danedyke Mystery (1980), Arthur of the Unknown (1981), The Professional (1982), The Man of the Unexpected (1980), The Professionals (1980), Dr. Who (1979), The Professor of the Unknown (1989–95), Brides of Christ (1991), Grass Roots (2000), and Always Greener (2003). In 2018, he was the subject of an hour-long video about his life and work that was shot for and broadcast on Talking Pictures TV.


Autism and gender dysphoria are caused by hormones babies are exposed to in the womb, experts claim

www.dailymail.co.uk, April 26, 2024
Experts believe autism and gender-divergence could be linked - with people who do not identify with the sex they were assigned at birth up to six times more likely to be autistic than people without gender dysphoria. They claim the conditions could be connected by both biological factors - such as hormone exposure in the womb - and societal factors - as both trans people and autistic people are more likely to conform less to societal norms.

When a trial is suspended, Boy George and Culture Club bandmates will pay £1.75 million to the ex-drummer

www.dailymail.co.uk, March 22, 2023
Boy George and his Culture Club co-founders are expected to pay £1.75 million to resolve a dispute over money, a week before they were set to enter a costly lawsuit. Jon Moss (right and inset, left), 65, was a founding member of the band but claims he was "expelled" by their manager in September 2018, having spent 37 years with them. The drummer took court action against lead singer Boy George, guitarist Roy Hay, and bassist Michael Craig, which was supposed to determine the band's earnings after his departure. I'm a celebrity actor Boy George (left and inset, right) - his real name is George O'Dowd - and his bandmates are now expected to pay a £1.75 million settlement to Mr Moss straight away.