Craig Myles

Craig spent his formative years in Johannesburg, South Africa. His first
opportunity to perform was delivering the poem by John McCrae, ‘In
Flanders Fields’ whilst in Army Cadets.

He completed his formal training at the University of Wales. He is also
a trained singer having taken classes with the late great musical
director, Kate Young.

Theatre credits include the London premiere of ‘Women Dreamt Horses’ by Daniel Veronese, Xerxes in The Persians, Roger Casement in Irish Flames, Count Markievicz in ‘Countess de Markievicz’ and most recently, Joe Orton in ‘Joe & Ken’.

He has also recently appeared in Peter Hogensons short WW1 film, ‘Life Underground’.

Craig enjoys cycling and creative writing.

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