Craig Blundell is an English actor best known for his roles in television series such as Eastenders and The Bill. He was born on 8th December 1978 in London, England and has been acting since he was a young child.
Growing up, Craig was an avid reader and had a passion for theatre, performing in school plays and local amateur dramatics. He attended the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts in London, studying acting, theatre and dance. After graduating, Craig began to appear in small roles on television and in theatre productions, with minor roles in shows such as Eastenders, The Bill and Holby City.
In 2004, Craig landed his first major role, playing the character of Alex in the British comedy-drama series As If. He went on to have a recurring role in the series until it’s conclusion in 2005. He then starred in the BBC drama series The Line of Beauty, alongside Dan Stevens and Billie Piper.
In 2006, Craig was cast as the lead role of Sam in the ITV drama series Secret Diary of a Call Girl and went on to appear in the series for two years. In 2009, he starred in the short film Passport, which won a BAFTA award in 2010.
Craig went on to have roles in the films The Boat That Rocked, Sparkle and The Riot Club. In 2016, he was cast in the BBC drama series And Then There Were None, based on the Agatha Christie novel of the same name.
In addition to his acting career, Craig is also an avid musician and has released several albums and singles. He has also appeared as a presenter on BBC Radio 2 and on Sky News.
Craig Blundell is an incredibly talented actor who has achieved a great deal in his career. He has proven himself to be a versatile actor, taking on a wide range of roles in both television and film. His passion for music and theatre has also enabled him to be successful in other areas of the entertainment industry.