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Craig Ferguson is a multiple Grammy nominated, Peabody and Emmy
Award-winning actor, writer, producer, director and comedian with a
diverse career that encompasses film, television and the stage. He is a
New York Times bestselling author and has recorded numerous standup
specials for Netflix, Epix, Comedy Central and Amazon
wildly popular Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson ran on CBS for ten
years and remains a cult favorite on YouTube racking up millions of
views every year on fan posted bootleg clips.
Born in Glasgow,
Scotland, Ferguson got his start in the entertainment industry as a
drummer for some of the worst punk bands in the U.K. Following his
musical stint, he began bartending in a local pub in Glasgow where he
was introduced to Sir Michael Boyd, the artistic director of The Tron
Theatre in Glasgow, who persuaded Ferguson to try acting. After several
low paying acting gigs, Ferguson discovered he had a knack for comedy
and was soon the star of his own BBC television show, “The Ferguson
Theory.” After several stints on the UK comedy circuit, Ferguson brought
his act to America in 1995 to star with Betty White and Marie Osmond in
the short-lived ABC comedy, “Maybe This Time.” After the show ended,
ABC decided to add the talented Scotsman to “The Drew Carey Show,”
playing Drew Carey's boss, ‘Nigel Wick,’ from 1996-2003.
2016, Ferguson debuted his original History Channel show, “Join or Die,”
which featured him and his celebrity friends debating provocative
topics with history experts. He also hosted Celebrity Name Game in
syndication where he won the Emmy for best host two years in a row and
The Hustler for ABC/Disney.
Ferguson has written the feature
films “The Big Tease” and “Saving Grace”. In 2003, he made his
directorial debut with “I'll Be There,” which he also wrote and starred
in. “I'll Be There” went on to receive the Audience Award for Best Film
at the Aspen, Dallas, and Valencia film festivals. Craig was also named
"best new director" at the Napa Valley Film Festival. Ferguson’s other
film credits include, “Niagra Motel,” “Lenny the Wonder Dog,” “Prendimi
l’anima,” “Life Without Dick,” “Chain of Fools” and “Born Romantic.” In
2011, Ferguson portrayed ‘Owl’ in the Disney classic “Winnie the Pooh,”
and in 2012 he portrayed ‘Lord Macintosh’ in Disney’s Oscar winning
animated feature “Brave.”He also voices Gobber in the hugely successful
How To Train Your Dragon movies.
Ferguson has achieved notable
success on the North American comedy circuit and has performed to
sold-out theaters all across the country, including Carnegie Hall and
Radio City Music Hall. He has five widely acclaimed stand-up comedy
specials: “A Wee Bit O’ Revolution” which premiere in 2009 on Comedy
Central; “Does This Need to Be Said” in 2011 on EPIX and Comedy Central;
“I’m Here to Help” in 2013 on Netflix, which earned him a Grammy
nomination for Best Comedy Album; “Just Being Honest” in 2015 on EPIX,
which earned him a second Grammy nomination for Best Comedy Album; and
“Tickle Fight” in 2017 on Netflix and the six part stand up/docu-series
“Hobo Fabulous” on Amazon in 2020.
In 2006, Ferguson debuted his first novel entitled Between the Bridge and the River,
which made it onto the bestseller list.In 2008, Ferguson succeeded in
becoming a US Citizen. His first gig as a new American was hosting the
White House Correspondence Dinner in the company of President George W
Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney. Critics raved of his witty and
comical deliverance speech to the 3,000 attendees who included political
journalists, celebrities, and Washington’s power players. In 2009,
Harper Collins published Ferguson’s memoir American on Purpose
- a book about why and how late night funnyman Craig Ferguson became an
American. The book was listed on the New York Times bestseller list. It
was also nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word.
His most recent book Riding the Elephant- a series of linked biographical stories- is available from Penguin books.
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