Thomas Craig (actor)
4 December 1962
|Known for||Murdoch Mysteries, Coronation Street|
Craig was originally a plumber before making the move into acting in the 1980s. He attended the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts. His stage name is taken from the name of former Sheffield Wednesday player Tommy Craig. 
In 1994 he appeared sporadically in the first series of Common As Muck, alongside Edward Woodward and Neil Dudgeon and he also had a brief role in the 1995 film I.D., where he played one of the Tyneburn leaders during the market fight scene, his only word then was "Well!" when asking for a fight.
Craig appeared in EastEnders in 1992 as Mandy Salter's mother's boyfriend. Around 1994 he appeared as Aelfric in "Monk's Hood", an episode of the Cadfael television series starring Sir Derek Jacobi. He currently stars as Inspector Brackenreid in the Canadian show Murdoch Mysteries.
|2007||Six Bend Trap||Debt Enforcer|
|2014||A Gun||Roland||Short film|
|1989||The Paradise Club||D.C. Lambton||Main role|
|1991||The Chief||Det. Sgt. Bradley||"2.1"|
|Smack and Thistle||Spikey||TV film|
|1992||A Time to Dance||Allan||TV miniseries|
|Between the Lines||P.C. Wilks||"Words of Advice"|
|Screen One||Myles / Don Summers||"Born Kicking", "Seconds Out"|
|Boon||Barry Winder||"Is There Anybody There?"|
|Inspector Morse||Desk Sergeant|
|Peak Practice||Paul||"Giddy Heights"|
|1994||Pie in the Sky||D.S. Maltby||"The Best of Both Worlds"|
|Mystery!: Cadfael||Aelfric||"Monk's Hood"|
|Common As Muck||Phillip Edwards||"The Nose of Joint", "Keeping the Refuse Tender", "Cash Bonus"|
|The Bill||Sgt. Northfield||"Killing Time"|
|Casualty||Graham Evans||"A Breed Apart", "Learning Curve", "Trials and Tribulations"|
|1995||Prime Suspect: Inner Circles||D.S. Booth||TV film|
|Prime Suspect: The Scent of Darkness|
|Out of the Blue||Terry Forrest||"2.3"|
|The Demon Headmaster||Policeman||"2.2", "2.3", "2.4"|
|The Bill||P.C. Penrose||"Final Drive"|
|1997||The Bill||Mark Scott||"Walkabout"|
|Soldier Soldier||Fus Jacko Barton||Main role|
|1997-2005||Where the Heart Is||Simon Goddard||Recurring role|
|1999||Dangerfield||Bryn Edmunds||"Chasing Shadows"|
|2002-05||Coronation Street||Tommy Harris||Recurring role|
|2005||Coronation Street: Pantomime||TV film|
|2006||Holby City||Ian Keel||"Just Another Day"|
|Doctors||Ian Reed||"Nobody's Perfect"|
|2007||Heartbeat||Ken Hutchinson||"Troubled Waters"|
|Blue Murder||Chris Milligan||"Not a Matter of Life and Death"|
|2008-present||Murdoch Mysteries||Inspector Thomas Brackenreid||Main role|
|2009||U Be Dead||D.C. Lee Rutter||TV film|
|2010||Doctors||Sgt. Dean Frater||"An Officer and a Gentle Man"|
|2011||The Listener||Jake Coogan||"Ace in the Hole"|
|Murdoch Mysteries: The Curse of the Lost Pharaohs||Inspector Thomas Brackenreid||Main role|
|Hidden||D.I. Fenton Russell||TV miniseries|
|2012||Murdoch Mysteries: The Murdoch Effect||Inspector Thomas Brackenreid|
|2013||Captain Canuck||Prof. Walker (voice)||"Out Foxed"|
|2017||Alias Grace: Part 3|
- "Murdoch Mysteries Press Kit 2015 2016 Complete Season" (PDF). GDMX Syndication. Archived from the original (PDF) on 7 May 2016. Retrieved 30 April 2016.
- "Thomas Craig - IMDb". IMDB. IMDb.com. Retrieved 30 April 2016.
- Morgan, Clive. "Interview: Thomas Craig on Murdoch Mysteries". The Telegraph. Retrieved 30 April 2016.
- Armstrong, Julia. "How star actor sneaked Sheffield Wednesday into TV shows". The Star. Retrieved 30 April 2016.
- "Murdoch Mysteries Cast". CBC.ca. Retrieved 30 April 2016.
- Atkinson, Nathalie. "Scenes from a Life: How Thomas Craig moved through the ranks to make chief on Murdoch Mysteries". National Post. canada.com. Retrieved 30 April 2016.
- "Murdoch Mysteries interview: Thomas Craig on his return in the Canadia". standard.co.uk. 22 January 2016. Retrieved 30 September 2016.
- "Murdoch Mysteries - Wandsworth's former Corrie star turned TV copper talks to us about Christmas special". News Shopper. Retrieved 30 September 2016.
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