Craig Bierko was born in America on August 18, 1964. He is an American singer and actor. He was born in New York in Rye Brook. He was born to Pat and Rex Bierko. They had a regional community theater. His mother got converted to Roman Catholicism from Jewish. Craig is very attached to Jewish tradition. Polish is his surname. He intended to study at the School of Public Communications in broadcast journalism. He went to Boston University. In 1986, he passed Northwestern University. He graduated with BS degree in theater arts from School of Speech. After a year of graduation, he began his career in acting.

Love Note was his debut. It was a direct-to-video film. He played in many guest roles in television. He appeared as a guest in Our House, Newhart, Paradise and Eisenhower and Lutz. He played a small role in The Young and The Restless. In 1990 he starred in a supportive role in the sitcom Sydney. It was a breakthrough in his career. It got aired on CBS, and it went for just 13 episodes. Then he appeared in The Amen, The Powers They Be, Wings and Alley McBeal. In 1993 he starred as Spencer Hills in Danielle Steel’s Star. It was TV film, and it was his first remarkable role. He got offered a role in the famous series Friends as Chandler in 1994. He did not accept the offer, so it got taken over by Matthew Perry.

Craig is famous for his role in The Long Kiss Goodnight as Timothy. He is also famous for his role in Cinderella Man as Max Baer, in Scary Movie 4 as Tom Ryan. He spoofed Tom Cruise in that movie. He also appeared in Broadway Stage in The Music Man as Harold Hill. He starred in a small role in The Sex and The City in season 4. He appeared in Boston Legal as Jeffrey Coho attorney. He also appeared in Unhitched. It got aired on ABC. He starred in Red Dwarf as Dave Lister. In 2001 he appeared in Kate and Leopold and Law and Order: Special Victim’s Unit.

On February 5, 2009, he played in Nederlander Theater. He appeared as Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls. On March 1 it was officially started. After 113 performances it got closed on June 14, 2009. He appeared in New York Philharmonic Production’s Company as Peter. He played as Chet in series Un Real in 2014. It was a Lifetime Dramedy. Craig got titled Sexiest Broadway Star by People, 100 Most Creative People in Entertainment. In 2014, He got awarded the Shorty Award for Humor. He won the Theater World Award in 2000.

He was selected for Best Actor in a musical for the Critics Circle Award in 2000. He won the Broadway.com Audience Award. He also got nominated for Screen Actors Guild Award, Tony Award, and Drama Desk Award. Craig doesn’t have long news about girlfriends, breakups, and relationships. He is not yet married and has no children. He dated Charlize Theron for two years from 1995. Then he dated Janeane Garofalo in 1999. He is 6.2 inches tall, and his net worth is 3 million dollars.

Cosimo Fusco English Actor

Cosimo Fusco

Cosimo Fusco was born on September 23, 1962. He was born in Matera, Basilicata, Italy. He was born as Cosimo Massimo Fusco. He is a television, film actor and a Director. He studied in Paris, Rome and Los Angeles. He speaks French, Italian and English fluently. He is an Italian. He began his career in acting in 1986. He appeared in The Adventures of William Tell. That was his first television appearance. Cosimo Fusco acted in several German, American and Italian movies and series. In 1990, he acted as Prof. Fotografian in the TV movie Aquile. He then appeared in Voyage of Terror: The Achille Lauro Affair, Il Giudice istruttore and La piovra 5 - Il Cuore del problema in 1990. In 1991, he appeared as Franco in Rossini! Rossini! He then appeared in popular American sitcom Friends from 1994 to 1995. He appeared as Paulo in four episodes along with Jennifer Aniston. It was his most popular role. In 1999, he appeared in six episodes of TV Mini-series Hotel Alexandria. Cosimo Fusco appeared in the movie Gone in Sixty seconds in 2000. It was an action heist film and Fusco appeared as adjacent mechanic. It was directed by Dominic Sena. The film received poor reviews. He then appeared in TV series Don Matteo, Alias, Valerio Medico Legale, Utta Danella from 2001 to 2005. In 2005, he appeared in the movies La Terza Stella as Boss, Door of Seven Stars and Harb Atalia as Franco. He then appeared in TV movies like Lucia, Imperium: Saint Peter, and La Provincialein 2005. In 2006, he appeared in the movie Amore e liberta- Masaniello as Salvatore. He then appeared in four episodes of the TV series Rome in 2007. In 2008, he appeared in the TV movie, Coco Chanel. It was directed by Christian Duguay. He starred as Albert. The film was nominated for many awards. In 2009, Cosimo Fusco appeared in 11 episodes of Good and Evil as Guidice Somaschi. In the same year, he appeared as Father Simeon in the movie Angels and Demons. It was directed by Ron Howard and it was a mystery thriller film. The movie was a box office hit. The movie was a film adaptation of a novel by Dan Brown. He then appeared as Monaco Colonna in The Falcon and the Dove television series. In 2016, Fusco wrote, produced, starred and directed the short film Ballata pe n'ergastolanu. Fusco is now living in Rome.

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Craig Parkinson

Craig Parkinson is a British actor. He has worked on various television series and movies. He is best known for his character in the television drama Misfits, Whitechapel, Line of Duty. He has worked in movies such as Soulboy, Four Lions, Control, and The Unloved. Craig was born in Lancashire. He did his schooling from Blackpool and graduated from The Fylde College. He was very passionate about acting from a young age and would participate in school plays. At the age of seventeen, he moved to London and went to the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. He started his career playing small roles in the British television series like The Bill, Dalziel and Pascoe, and Holby City. In 2007, he played a role in Control, which was a biopic of singer Ian Curtis. He played the role of Tony Wilson. In 2008, he became a part of the movie The Taxidermist, in which he played the role of a Taxidermist. The film was very much appreciated and won many awards, including 'Best Live Action Film over 15 minutes,' at the Palm Springs International Short Film Festival, 'Best Short Film' at the Island International Horror Film Festival. In 2009, he was a part of the drama The Unloved, by Samantha Morton in which he played the role of an abusive care worker. The movie also starred Lauren Socha. He was later seen in the Misfits, in which he was paired opposite Susan Lynch. In 2010, he was seen in Whitechapel, a television series. He played a twin character in the series. In the same year, he was part of the movie SoulBoy in which he played the role of Alan and Brighton Rock. In 2011, he starred in the film Ghosted in which he played a violent psychotic prisoner. In the same year, he was a part of the sitcom In with the Flynns aired by the BBC. He was seen in Line of Duty, which was a crime drama aired on BBC. In 2012, he was a part of The Secret of Crickley Hall, which was adapted from a novel by James Herbert. He was even a part of a music video and featured in the song Two Fingers sung by Jake Bugg. He married to Susan Lynch, who is an Irish actress. The couple have a son together. His wife has also been a part of the television drama The Unloved in the year 2009. John Lynch is the brother-in-law of Craig Parkinson

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Craig Parkinson English Actor