About Craig Conway

Biog: Craig Conway has worked in Theatre TV and Film over the last twenty five years, working with many top practitioners and artists in stage and screen entertainment on a national and International level

For stage Craig has worked as a writer/director and actor creating and devising projects for various theatre companies and organisations from The Royal Shakespeare Company, The Northern Stage Ensemble (Founder member), V-Tol Dance Co and The National Theatre as well as taken on leading roles such as Macbeth, Winston Smith, George Orwell and starring in the highly acclaimed one man show FRAGILE and DOORMAN/BOUNCER written by BAFTA award winning writer Geoff Thompson and directed by award winning director Nick Bagnall.

Craig also took on the role of Malky in the International award winning Romans 1220 also written by Geoff and Directed by the Shammasian Bros: www.romans1220.com

On screen, Craig has starred in films such as: Neil Marshals Dog Soldiers, The Descent and Doomsday, FOUR, Mike Leighs Vera Drake, The Tournament, Scintilla, Estranged and more recently, Broken, Final Score, The Current War, Hellboy and as Leading male in Mannmade Films “MARA” opposite Olga Kurylenko due for release.

On TV Craig has worked on titles such as, George Gently, Vera, Wire In the Blood, Eternal Law, The Fades and Our Friends In The North, Chasing Shadows, The Game, as well as Prey2 and more recently itvEncore and Fox Ent. Houdini & Doyle and E4’s Hit show ALIENS As well as putting his voice to many radio and commercial sponsors and organisations.

Craig has also developed and produced Independent Films such as Devils Playground, Scintilla, FOUR and Estranged. More recently Craig became MD of BirdBox Pictures (formerly BB88) where he worked as lead producer and co writer of Broken receiving much praise and acknowledgement across the indie film circuit as well as producing Warrior Code, Ghost Writer, Giantland, and more recently Gatecrash with Director Lawrence Gough.

Craig is now getting ready with his directorial debut with thriller/horror Kruger written by Paul Chronnell. He also sits on the board of the Newcastle International Film Festival which launches March 2018.