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Craig Gallivan

Craig Gallivan

Warm, natural and confident with a hint of Welsh.
Born in Swansea, South Wales, Craig spent his early years doing what all young Welshmen do...playing rugby. Craig eventually said goodbye to the rugby field and went on to train at RADA, quickly making a number of stage and TV appearances including the BAFTA award winning BBC drama 'Care' (2000). After graduating from RADA, Craig was launched into millions of UK homes playing Callum Watson in ITV's prime time show 'Footballers Wives' (2006), BBC's Dr Who spin-off 'Torchwood' (2009) and as Tony Elliot in the multi-Olivier and Tony award winning 'Billy Elliot' (2010), for which he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor.
Craig also starred as Luke Morris in the hit SKY One comedy-drama 'Stella', created by Ruth Jones. The show ran for five seasons, winning numerous awards and has been hailed as one of SKY One's most watched shows ever, and it saw the second-biggest UK comedy launch in multichannel history when it debuted in 2012. 

TV:
Stella | Care | Footballers Wives | Torchwood 
Theatre: 
School of Rock