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Craig Bierko

American actor and singer

Craig Bierko is ...


Born 18 August 1964 in New York City
Age 58 years, 10 months

Sex or gender male
Country of citizenship United States of America
Birth name Craig Philip Bierko
Occupation television actor, film actor, singer, stage actor, screenwriter, voice actor and actor
Nominated for Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical
Instrument voice
Awards Theatre World Award
Twitter username MrCraigBierko
Educated at Boston University, Northwestern University School of Communication, Boston University College of Communication and Northwestern University

About Craig Bierko

Craig Bierko: The Multifaceted Talent Who Continues to Captivate Audiences

Craig Bierko is a man of many talents. Born on August 18, 1964, in Rye Brook, New York, Bierko has made a name for himself as an actor, singer, and writer. He first gained recognition for his role in the Broadway production of "The Music Man" in 2000, which earned him a Tony Award nomination. Since then, he has appeared in numerous films and television shows, showcasing his versatility as an actor.

Bierko's film credits include "The Long Kiss Goodnight," "Scary Movie 4," and "Cinderella Man," in which he played the role of Max Baer, a heavyweight boxer. He also appeared in the television series "Boston Legal," "UnREAL," and "The Good Fight." In addition to his acting career, Bierko has released two albums, "Goalie" and "It's a Good Day to Say Goodbye," showcasing his impressive vocal range and songwriting skills.

Despite his success, Bierko has faced personal struggles, including a battle with alcoholism. In a candid interview with The New York Times, he opened up about his journey to sobriety and the impact it has had on his life and career. "I'm grateful for the second chance," he said. "I'm grateful for the opportunity to do what I love."

Bierko's talent and resilience have earned him a dedicated fan base and critical acclaim. Rolling Stone magazine praised his performance in "The Music Man," calling him "a revelation." The New York Times hailed his "powerful voice" and "charismatic presence." Bierko continues to captivate audiences with his multifaceted talent and unwavering dedication to his craft.


- "Craig Bierko: A Life in the Theater," The New York Times, August 14, 2019

- "Craig Bierko: The Music Man," Rolling Stone, May 25, 2000

- "Craig Bierko: A Voice to Remember," The New York Times, September 7, 2003

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