Craig Conway is a UK based Artist.
Craig Conway has been working as an actor-writer-producer and director over the last three decades for Film TV and Theatre on a national and international level giving him extensive knowledge and insight into the industry and diverse and varied skill set. He has worked with varied international practitioners and production companies in independent and major films from Neil Marshall to Mike Leigh, The Weinstein’s to Universal with credits incl Dog Soldiers, The Descent, Doomsday, The Devils Playground The Tournament, Four, How To Stop Being A Loser, Airbourne as well as more recently playing opposite Olga Kurylenko in the soon to be released MARA, Final Score playing alongside Piers Brosnan from Director Scott Mann as well as joining the cast of The Current War which stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Michael Shannon. Television projects incl. Sky, BBC, ITV, E4 Channel4, Fox, BBC America and Sony.
His credits include Our friends in the north, The Hogfather, Vera, Wire In The Blood, Chasing Shadows, The Fades, Aliens and The Game. For Theatre Craig has worked with Calixto Bierta Teatro Romeo Spain Lev Doddin Maly theatre of Saint Petersburg and Trevor Nunn at the National Theatre of England as well as touring the UK and Europe playing varied leading roles incl. Winston Smith in 1984, Macbeth and George Orwell in Homage to Catalonia as well as touring his one-man shows written by BAFTA award-winning writer Geoff Thompson with Doorman and Fragile. Craig has also written directed and produced many shows for stage and screen incl: Car Trouble and A City of Sonnets performed for his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales in collaboration with the RSC. and Something of Nothing for the Manchester Contact Theatre. Film producing credits include Devils Playground, FOUR, Ghost Writer, Scintilla, Estranged and Broken and Giantland and Gatecrash (due for release 2018). Craig also offers mentoring support to up and coming talent through online and live workshops and seminars across the UK and Internationally.