Craig Ferguson entered the world of late night comedy following a diverse and eclectic career that encompasses film, television and the stage. Craig is probably best know for his ten-year run as the host of CBS’s The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, which set all-time viewer records, earned him a Primetime Emmy nomination and the 2009 Peabody Award for Excellence in Broadcasting.
As the host of Celebrity Name Game, Ferguson was awarded the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Game Show Host two years in a row. Ferguson’s fourth original stand-up comedy special, Craig Ferguson: Just Being Honest, was nominated for a Grammy for Best Comedy Album. His most recent comedy album entitled I’m Here to Help, garnered him a Grammy nomination for Best Comedy Album.
Born in Glasgow, Scotland, Ferguson got his start in the entertainment industry as a drummer for some of the worst punk bands in the U.K., a profession he held for several years. Later on, ABC decided to add the talented Scotsman to The Drew Carey Show, playing Drew Carey's boss, ‘Nigel Wick,’ from 1996-2003. Ferguson has gone on to write feature films like The Big Tease and Saving Grace. In 2003, he made his directorial debut with I'll Be There, which he also wrote and starred in. Craig has also written a novel entitled Between The Bridge and The River, which made it onto the bestseller list. More recently, Craig launched his SiriusXM program The Craig Ferguson Show, which is broadcast live on Comedy Greats every evening.
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