Craig Watkinson is represented by Elton Bolden at Tilmar Talent Agency. He can be reached at 310.623.9231.
Craig Watkinson is managed by De Lang King at Lang Talent. She can be reached at 805.379.1371 or at Lang@LangTalent.com.
Craig Watkinson was born and raised on the east coast. Aside from the lead role of "Father Time" in his 6th grade play (for which he was nominated for a Tony Award, losing to Jeremy Irons), he didn't begin his acting career until college. He attended the Bachelor of Fine Arts program at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, where he learned not to tawk like dis. He worked with a touring company that performed in Europe before moving to New York City.
There, he paid his dues by acting in several unspeakably awful Off-Broadway plays. Soon the plays got better, and he branched out into soap operas (including a recurring role on One Life to Live) and independent films. He later moved from Manhattan to Los Angeles so he could order nonfat milk with his Earl Gray tea without getting punched in the face.
There he has worked in several films, television shows, and fast food commercials.
"The Cure"marked his debut feature as a writer/ director. It won INTERNATIONAL BEST DRAMATIC MOTION PICTURE and INTERNATIONAL BEST ACTOR in a DRAMATIC MOTION PICTURE for Craig at the "Twisted Sinema Film Festival" in Toronto, Canada. It also won him BEST ACTOR - DIRECTOR'S CHOICE at the Hollywood Digital Film Festival and a filmmaker grant for at the Memphis Digital Arts Film Festival.
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