Caroline Craig

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Caroline Craig
Born Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Occupation actress and director
Years active 2000–present

Caroline Craig (born Abbotsford, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 30 April 1975) is an Australian television and stage actress, and television director, based in Sydney Australia. Caroline attended Geelong Grammar School, Melbourne Grammar School and then completed a BA at Melbourne University before commencing her studies at NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Art) in Sydney.

Career[edit]

Stage[edit]

Since graduating from NIDA in 1999, Caroline has worked solidly in television, film and theatre for Melbourne Theatre Company, Sydney Theatre Company, Bell Shakespeare Company, Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne and Griffin Theatre Company. Caroline directed the award winning[1] play S-27 for Griffin Independent. She appeared in Speaking In Tongues for Griffin Theatre Company and the Sydney Theatre Company's production, Loot. In 2013 Caroline starred in Yes, Prime Minister for two seasons, touring around Australia and New Zealand.

Television[edit]

Craig first appeared in a regular television role in 2000 appearing in Channel Seven's drama series Blue Heelers (until 2003). Since 2008, she has been 'heard' narrating the Underbelly series for Channel Nine. She has recently finished production on the ABC1 mini series Anzac Girls, which will screen mid 2014, playing in the role of Grace Wilson.

Filmography[edit]

Film and Television
Year Title Role Notes
2000–
2003
Blue Heelers Sgt. Teresa 'Tess' Gallagher 106 episodes
2005 Opposite of Velocity, TheThe Opposite of Velocity
2005 Heartbreak Tour, TheThe Heartbreak Tour Jack TV movie
2006–
2007
Orange Roughies Chloe Meachem 8 episodes
2007 Bastard Boys Tali Bernard TV mini-series
2007 Little Deaths
2008–
present
Underbelly Jacqui James / Narrator 34+ episodes

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