Craig Douglas

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Known Credits 7

Gender Male

Birthday 1986-02-07 (36 years old)

Place of Birth Middlesbrough, England, UK

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Biography

Craig Douglas (born on February 7, 1986) in Middlesbrough, United Kingdom, He is an Award-winning Screenwriter and Film Director. Due to earlier school grades he was refused entry to a TV and Film Production course at Teesside University, so over the years he studied the work of Steven Spielberg, James Cameron and Martin Scorsese, which taught him how to make films and write screenplays, to which he owes his success to.

When he was a child he started writing short stories with his younger brother Callum, they would go on to make short videos and clips for friends and family.

They went on to start their own production company CCD Productions, using this label on videos and clips made for local companies. In 2019 Craig founded a new production company Pine Barrens Pictures, this he named after his favourite episode of the globally successful HBO show The Sopranos. In 2021 he formed the distribution and production company Douglasfilm Ltd.

He was a Kickstarter contributor on the Documentary Cleanin' Up The Town: Remembering Ghostbusters. He had a brief cameo in the highly rated BBC show Peaky Blinders. He has a number of titles on his resume including films that featured Doctor Who and The Hobbit star Sylvester McCoy and monster actor Doug Jones. In 2020 he featured in the true crime documentary Lee Duffy: Too Far, Too Soon. In September 2019 he signed on to the Dollar Baby Project writing the short film The Woman In The Room which is based on the short story by the best selling Horror writer Stephen King.

Acting

2022
2022
2020
2013
2007

Crew

2020

Writing

2019

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