Birthday: 8/18/1964, the
Age: 50 years
After high school, the guy went to the University of Boston, where he studied broadcast journalism; He later transferred to Northwestern University – there at the time was working well-known to this day the Faculty of Performing Arts – who later graduated.
Phillip Craig Bierko (Craig Philip Bierko, 18.08.1964) – American actor. He began with roles in comedy series, embodying the usual image of a nervous character, but unlike most unique, not painfully neurotic. In the nineties he had a number of major roles, but almost all of the projects with his participation have not met much success with the public. So, Craig played the evil lawyer, hire a private investigator Valerie Bertinelli in a short series “Sydney” (“Sydney”); energetic journalist, has his eye on Dabney Coleman’s daughter in the short-lived project, “Madman of the human race” (“Madman of the People”); freak child of her husband of Julia Warner in “pride and joy”.
Bierko comes from a family of theater-goers; his parents in the theater was headed by Rice, New York. That’s where Craig – at that time already a budding thespian – he made his debut on the stage; he was ten, and he played a role in the play “Gypsy” (“Gypsy”). After high school, the guy went to the University of Boston, where he studied broadcast journalism; He later transferred to Northwestern University – there at the time was working well-known to this day the Faculty of Performing Arts – who later graduated. After moving to Los Angeles, Bierko appeared in a production of “Boys from Syracuse” (“The Boys From Syracuse”) troupe Lucy Ball, Carol Burnett and Carol Channing. At the same time he first came on the TV screen – in 1987, Craig played in the educational film “The day when my child went to punk” (“The Day My Kid Went Punk”). After signing a three-year contract with the TV channel NBC Bierko got into the film of 1993 “Star Danielle Steele” (“Danniele Steel’s Star”).
Career actor was much tighter. For the first time on the big screen, Craig tried to break through in 1991, but the project “victimless crime” (“Victimless Crimes”) for a number of reasons did not go to theaters and was released directly to video. By the end of the nineties Bierko is ripe for the second attempt to establish themselves in the film – it was the film “The Long Kiss Goodnight” (“The Long Kiss Goodnight”). There he played a positive character for a long time on the plot which was considered a villain and chased the main characters, played by Geena Davis and Samuel L. Jackson. Following was a brief lull (Craig managed to sound preacher ioannitov in a radio show), ending a love interest Jenny Tripplehorn in the romantic comedy “Escaping the ideal” (“‘Til There Was You”). A certain shift occurred when he was invited to play cousin Steven Weber actively howling for a round sum of money in “The Grapes of contention” (“Sour Grapes”), Larry David, and the main role of the alleged killer in the thriller “The Thirteenth Floor” (“The Thirteenth Floor”).
In 2000 Bierko surprised many of his friends, sitting at a fairly prestigious title role – Harold Hill – in the remake of the cult musical “Musician” (“The Music Man”). His interpretation of the role is not very far away from the previous incarnation – played at the time, Robert Preston. However, Craig is still highly refined image, making it much more real, complex whole. For his efforts, he was nominated for the “Tony”. A little later, he was equally successful in the role, “You should not be” (“Thou Shalt Not”) Susan Stroman.
Film career, however, not Craig scored. In 2001 he had a small cameo in the popular romantic comedy “Kate & Leopold” (“Kate & Leopold”) and a couple of pretty funny episodes in the TV series “Sex and the City” (“Sex and the City”) – where he played another lover of the heroine Sarah Jessica Parker, jazz freak. Later Bierko entered the team short series “The Court” (“The Court”) with Sally Field in the title role, starred in the episode “Love on the occasion” (“I’m With Lucy”) and in the TV movie “Sudden Fear” ( “Sudden Fear”). The next major role he got in 2003 and it – the child’s adoptive father, David Spade in “Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star” (“Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star”); in 2005. Craig also played a role upscale legendary boxer Max Bayer, which was released on the battle with the legendary folk era of the Great Depression by Jim Braddock (played by Russell Crowe) in a Ron Howard biopic “Cinderella Man” (“Cinderella Man”). According to rumors, for particularly significant input into the role, Craig almost to death quarreled with Crowe in real life at the time of filming. In “Scary Movie 4” (“Scary Movie 4”) tag plays a parody of Tom Cruise’s character in “War of the Worlds” (“War of the worlds”) – a bumbling idiot dad, heroically to save their children from the evil giant alien tripods .
It is known that at first it was intended Bierko role of Chandler Bing in the comedy series “Friends” (“Friends”); Craig gave up the role, and then it was handed over to Matthew Perry.
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