Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Returned as James Bond in Sam Mendes directed "Skyfall"
Cast as investigative journalist Mikael Blomkvist opposite Rooney Mara's Lisbeth Salander in David Fincher directed "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," based on the novel by Stieg Larsson
Lent his vocal talent in "The Adventures of Tintin," directed by Steven Spielberg
Co-starred with Harrison Ford in the sci-fi Western "Cowboys & Aliens"
Co-starred with Rachel Weisz in Jim Sheridan's "Dream House"
Made his Broadway debut in "A Steady Rain" opposite Hugh Jackman
Co-starred in Edward Zwick's World War II drama "Defiance"
Appeared in his second James Bond film, the Marc Forster directed "Quantum of Solace"
Played Lord Asriel, a ruthless and mysterious adventurer in "The Golden Compass," a film adaptation of the first part of His Dark Materials trilogy
Co-starred with Nicole Kidman in "The Invasion," a film based on the 1956 film "Invasion of the Body Snatchers"
Signed a $60 million deal to star in the next four James Bond films
Portrayed killer Perry Smith in the Truman Capote biopic "Infamous"; earned an Independent Spirit Award Nomination for Supporting Male
Cast as British secret service agent James Bond in "Casino Royale," the 21st Bond film directed by Martin Campbell
Featured in the thriller "The Jacket" with Adrien Brody
Cast in Steven Spielberg's drama "Munich," based on the tragic aftermath of the 1972 Munich Olympics
Starred in the British gangster hit "Layer Cake," based on JJ Connelly's London crime novel and directed by Matthew Vaughn
Cast in the drama "The Mother"
Starred opposite Samantha Morton and Rhys Ifans in "Enduring Love"
Portrayed poet Ted Hughes in "Sylvia," a biopic of Sylvia Plath (Gwyneth Paltrow)
Appeared in "Road to Perdition," directed by Sam Mendes
Cast in "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider," the screen adaptation of the notorious computer game starring Angelina Jolie
Co-starred with Kim Basinger in "I Dreamed Of Africa"
Featured in the World War I drama "The Trench"
Had a small but impressive role in "Elizabeth" where he played a monk
Co-starred as the painter's lover in "Love Is the Devil," a biopic of Francis Bacon
Gained recognition with the hit TV series "Our Friends in the North"
Made feature film debut in "The Power of One"
Moved to London when he was 16 to join the National Youth Theater
A group of Bond fans launched a web site www.craignotbond.com to protest the hiring of Craig and boycott the movie. In response to the protests, Roger Moore was quoted as saying, "He's a helluva good actor," noting that critics haven't even seen Craig in the role yet. "So why attack him?"