Craig Ferguson entered the world of late night comedy following a diverse and eclectic career that encompasses film, television and the stage. Since taking the helm of “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” on January 3, 2005, the show has set all-time viewer records and achieved the highest ratings since the shows inception in 1995.
Ferguson wrote 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 “Niagara Motel,” “Lenny the Wonder Dog,” “Prendimi l’anima,” “Chain of Fools,” “Born Romantic” and “The Big Tease.” In April 2006, Ferguson debuted his first novel entitled “Between The Bridge and The River,” which became a critically acclaimed bestseller.
Since coming into his own on the “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” and winning his first Emmy nomination in 2006, Craig achieved a personal milestone in February 2008 when he was sworn in as a U.S. citizen. Soon after, Craig hosted the White House Correspondents Dinner, where critics raved of his witty and comical deliverance speech to the 3,000 attendees who included political journalists, celebrities, and Washington’s power players. Click Here for more information.
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Friday, 13 December, 2013
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