Charles Grant Craig
Charles Grant Craig is an award-winning writer/producer, best known for his work on "The X-Files," "Eureka," "Peacemakers," and "Two. " Craig got his start as a writer first and foremost (during the mid 1980s) by working on such television programs as "The Equalizer," "Max Headroom," "Alfred Hitchcock Presents," and "The Hitchhiker." However, starting with the TV series "Renegade" in 1993, Craig began regularly landing production-related gigs (while continuing to write). An eight-episode executive producer stint followed in 1995 on the series "The X-Files" (while the show was still slowly building an audience), before he secured more multi-episode producer credits on such shows as "Two," "Brimstone," "Traveler," and "Eureka," all during the late 1990s/early 2000s. Craig also won a Western Heritage Award in 2004 for his work on the television series "Peacemakers" (in the category of Outstanding Factual or Fictional Drama).