|Birth date||April 14, 1974 (age 36)|
|Family||Sara Wiseman (wife)|
Craig Hall is an established actor of both the screen and stage. His recent film work includes a lead role in the 2008 feature film Show of Hands and a small role in New Zealand’s highest grossing feature film, Boy.
Other notable film credits include the 2007 horror film, 30 Days of Night, the hit New Zealand comedy Eagle vs Shark, as well as The Water Horse, The Ferryman, Lord of the Rings – Return of the King, Savage Honeymoon and major supporting roles in Peter Jackson’s King Kong, The World’s Fastest Indian and Perfect Creature.
Craig’s television credits include Bloodlines, Legend of the Seeker 2, ABC Australia’s East of Everything (series two) and local drama series Burying Brian, in which he had a leading role. He also starred in series one and two of TV3’s drama series The Strip.
Television stints prior to this include Prime TV’s 2005 police drama Interrogation, Ike Countdown to D-Day, Mataku, Revelations, Mercy Peak, Xena – Dangerous Prey as well as appearances in Shortland Street, Forbidden Island, Street Legal, Cleopatra, Duggan II, The Chosen and Hercules – Highway to Hades.
From 1996 to 2004, Craig also appeared in a collection of short films including Knife Shift, Embers, Gateway to Hell, Homekill and Siren.
Craig has a strong theatre background, having performed in various stage productions throughout the last six years. His most recent performances were Killer Joe in 2009 and The Lover in 2010.