In London’s West End, Craig was seen as Dr. Douglas in Miss Evers’ Boys (Barbican Theatre Center and the Bristol Old Vic). Craig’s off-Broadway credits include The Freedom of the City (Irish Rep) A Little Journey (Mint Theater), Catch-22 (Lucille Lortel), An Oak Tree (Barrow Street Theatre); King John (TFANA/American Place); “2” - Goering at Nuremberg at Primary Stages; The Alexander Plays with Signature Theatre Co.; Othello (TFANA/CSC); The Tempest at Roundabout Theatre; The Winter’s Tale at Soho Rep; Richard II at Pearl Theatre. He has performed regionally with Alliance Theatre Company, Baltimore Centerstage, Hartford TheaterWorks, La Jolla Playhouse, Old Globe Theatre, Dallas Theater Center, Philadelphia Theatre Company (Love! Valour! Compassion! - Barrymore Award Best Play and Best Ensemble), the Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Playmakers Repertory Company, Delaware Theatre Company, Riverside Theatre Company, Pioneer Theatre Company, Capital Rep, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Repertory Theatre of Saint Louis, New Mexico Rep., GeVa Theatre, Santa Fe Stages, Florida Stage, Two River Theatre Company, Clarence Brown Theatre, Vermont Stage Company, Barter Theatre, Palm Beach Dramaworks and Caldwell Theatre Company (The Normal Heart - Carbonell Award from the Florida Critics’ Association for Best Supporting Actor). His Film and Television Appearances include: The Looming Tower, The Good Fight, Gypsy, Blacklist: Redemption, Mr. Robot, A Cure for Wellness, Ceresia, Power, Elementary, American Odyssey, Boardwalk Empire, Ed, Third Watch, Royal Pains, Anything But Love, Now and Again, Law & Order, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, 1000 Year Reich, As The World Turns, All My Children, One Life to Live, Guiding Light, Loving with recurring roles on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and The Education of Max Bickford. Craig is the author of three books: An Actor Prepares…To Live in New York City, An Actor Prepares…To Work in New York City and Living Smart: New York City – The Ultimate Insider’s Guide for the Budget Savvy. In conjunction with his books, Craig lectures on acting and “the business” at colleges and universities throughout the country, has conducted seminars on “Living the Good Life in the Big Apple” for the Learning Annex and Makor and appeared on NBC’s Weekend Today Show.