Craig Ferguson Movies Scottish-American television host, comedian and actor Craig Ferguson began his professional career in Britain with theatre, music and comedy. His big break came with the role of Mr. Wick in the sitcom ‘The Drew Carey Show’ (1996-2004). His notable works include hosting ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson’ (2005–2014), ‘Celebrity Name Game’ (2014–2017) and ‘Join or Die with Craig Ferguson’ (2016) as also giving voice over in the 2010 3D computer-animated action-fantasy film ‘How to Train Your Dragon’.
Craig Ferguson may be a well-known host and comedian of the day however he also had to face initial hiccups through his showbiz journey starting from Britain through America. His acting career spanning around three decades saw him playing TV and radio host, featuring in TV series and films.
List of Craig Ferguson works include hosting popular shows like ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson’ and ‘Celebrity Name Game’; giving voice over in blockbuster films like ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ and ‘Winnie the Pooh’ (2011); writing and starring in hit British comedy film ‘Saving Grace’ (2000); and writing the novel ‘Between the Bridge and the River’ (2006) and memoir ‘American on Purpose’ (2009).