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Craig Kelly

Craig Kelly trained at Drama Centre London, graduating in 1992. He is probably best known for his role as Vince in the groundbreaking Channel 4 series Queer as Folk and as Luke Strong in Coronation Street.

Theatre credits include: Victor in Fast Labour (West Yorkshire Playhouse / Hampstead Theatre, Ian Brown), Ben in Helpless (Donmar Warehouse, Robin Lefeuvre), Foxtrot Darling in The Fastest Clock in the Universe... Read more >>

Craig Kelly

Craig Kelly Overview

Craig Kelly trained at Drama Centre London, graduating in 1992. He is probably best known for his role as Vince in the groundbreaking Channel 4 series Queer as Folk and as Luke Strong in Coronation Street.

Theatre credits include: Victor in Fast Labour (West Yorkshire Playhouse / Hampstead Theatre, Ian Brown), Ben in Helpless (Donmar Warehouse, Robin Lefeuvre), Foxtrot Darling in The Fastest Clock in the Universe (Bolton Octagon, Lawrence Till) Sweet Boy in Song of an Honourary Soulman (Shaw Theatre, Roger Watkins) David in Babies (National Theatre Studio, Polly Teale) Frank in The Wasp Factory (Citizens Theatre, Glasgow, Malcolm Sutherland)

Television credits include: Phil Indale in Monroe (Mammoth Screen, Damon Thomas), Jeff in Collision (Greenlit / BBC, Marc Evans), Luke Strong in Coronation Street (Various, ITV), Younger Stan Mundy in Afterlife 2 (ITV, Martyn Friend), Eddie in Dalziel and Pascoe (BBC, Ian Knox), Nick in Totally Frank Various (E4), Pete in Hotel Babylon (BBC1, Iain B MacDonald, Alrick Riley), DCI Connelly in Silent Witness (BBC1, Andy Hay), Mark/Maria in Waking the Dead (BBC, Andy Hay), Pollux in Helen of Troy (USA Cable Entertainment, John Kent Harrison), Jack in 'Lovegods' / Slices of Strange (BBC 3, David Garfath), Billy Bob in Having it Off (Granada, various), Tosh in Clocking Off (Granada, David Jackson), Dave Trebilcock in The Grimeys III (ITV, Andrew Margetson), Vince Tyler in Queer as Folk 2 (Channel Four, Menhaj Huda), Vince Tyler in Queer as Folk (Channel Four, Charles McDougall), Abel Courbold in Children of the New Forest (BBC Series, Andrew Morgan), Daniel Perryman in Casualty (BBC, Various), Anthony Fokker in The Young Indianna Jones Chronicles ( Lucasfilm ltd, Ben Burtt), Paul Gower in A Touch of Frost (YTV, Roger Bamford), Billy Trant in Ellington (YTV, Gordon Flemyng), Stephen Croxley in The Good Guys (Havahall Pictures, Anthony Simmons), Udayan Prasad in Running Late (Cinema Verity)

Film credits include: Julian in A Life's Debt, (Grass Roots Media, Nick Jones), The Estate Agent in Circles (Spencer Hudson Films, Spencer Hudson), Rod in Hammered (Meduktions Productions, Steve Lewis), Shadow Man in The Soul Rescuer (Paul Weiland Film Co, Trevor Melvin), Leo in Are You Ready For Love (Carnaby Films, Helen Grace), Frank in Three Blind Mice (Caldera/De Fanti Entertainment, Mathias Le Doux), Ashley in Oh Marbella (Marbella Films, Piers Ashworth), DC Robert Mosley in Silent Cry (Little Wing, Julian Richards), Max Oberg in Undertaker's Paradise (Claussen and Wobke Film Production), Doug in Killing Joe (Oscar nominated short, Joy Films, Mehdi Norowzian), Radar Man Falk in Wing Commander (Fox, Chris Roberts), Harold Bride in Titanic (Twentieth Century Fox, James Cameron), Russell Muir in when Saturday Comes (Pint O'Bitter/Capitol, Maria Giese), Matthew Hamilton in Beyond Bedlam (Metrodome, Vadim Jean), Christian O'Neil in Young Americans (Working Title, Danny Cannon)

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