Craig Clyde

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Craig Clyde
Nationality American
Other names Craig L. Clyde
Occupation Actor, writer, director

Craig Clyde is an American actor, screenplay writer, and film director. He lives in Salt Lake City[1] and is the father of K. C. Clyde. He is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Clyde is the cofounder of Majestic Entertainment Inc., a film production company based out of Utah.[2] Currently Clyde and his son K.C. own Seerstone Entertainment. They write and produce independent films.

Awards[edit]

  • Five-time winner of the International "Telly" award, documentary division
  • Grand Jury Award, Houston International Film Festival, America the Beautiful
  • The Golden Camera, Chicago Industrial Film Festival, America the Beautiful
  • Telly Award, America the Beautiful
  • Silver Award, Houston International Film Festival, Wind Dancer
  • Best Original Screenplay, Houston International Film Festival, Calico Jack
  • Best Original Screenplay, Santa Clarita International Children's Film Festival, Calico Jack
  • Gold Award (best theatrical film, small budget), Houston International Film Festival, Heaven Sent
  • Gold Award (original screenplay), Charleston International Film Festival, The Steps of Coronado
  • American Screenwriting Award Grand Prize (original screenplay), Nowhere Man

Filmography[edit]

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Writer[edit]

Director[edit]

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