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Craig Stein

Craig Stein has appeared in various television shows, including Holby City as Liam (2008). In the West End, he has performed in Fame the Musical (2001 and again in 2006), Wicked at the Apollo Victoria (2006), Rent (Duke of York’s Theatre), and Ghost at the Piccadilly Theatre (2011). He has performed on some of the very best of London’s stages, including at the Royal Court Theatre, under director Dominic Cooke in 2008... Read more >>

Craig Stein

Craig Stein Overview

Craig Stein made his stage debut in 1992 a snow child in the Royal National Theatre’s Carousel. Following this child role with a part in London Palladium’s musical Oliver! (1996), he also landed three television performances in these early years: as Tyrone in the BBC’s Casualty (1994), a dancer in The Brit Awards: Michael Jackson (1996), and the part of Mark for three years from 1993 in The Biz!.

Following the success of the nineties, in the noughties he has gone on to have a very varied career. He has appeared in various television shows, including Holby City as Liam (2008). He has worked as a dancer at a number of high profile events and for various music videos, as well as working on a couple of plays in rehearsed readings with the National Theatre Studio. Most recently he performed in a short film, Hiding In The Shadows (2012). On stage, he has performed alternately in musicals and dramas. In the West End, he has performed in Fame the Musical (2001 and again in 2006), Wicked at the Apollo Victoria (2006), Rent (Duke of York’s Theatre), and Ghost at the Piccadilly Theatre (2011). He has performed on some of the very best of London’s stages, including at the Royal Court Theatre, under director Dominic Cooke in 2008 and in the play Rough Cuts in 2011, and at the National Theatre in both 2009 and 2010.

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