Craig Jackson is a South African actor and comedian who has acted in numerous television series including Backstage, Isidingo, Society and Kota Life Crisis.
Jackson graduated in 2001 from AFDA with a B.A. Honours majoring in Live Performance. He has been an active player on the South African stage since then, starring in numerous productions around South Africa.
In 2002 he walked away with the VITA award for best performance by a New Actor in Deon Opperman's Playboys. He also starred in the world's longest-running theatre show, Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap, in 2002, produced by Pieter Toerien.
Other stage credits include Got it Maid, Goya, Dangerous Liaisons, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way and Cyrano de Bergerac, all of which were directed by Deon Opperman. Other theatre credits include Fourplay, The Norman Curry Show, Charlotte's Web, The Ex-Files and The Cheap Show.
He has also appeared in numerous television shows including Backstage, Laugh Out Loud, Rhythm City, Isidingo, Society, My Perfect Family and Donkerland. In 2014 he had a starring role in the Mzansi Magic sitcom Kota Life Crisis.
He has also acted in a number of feature films including Stander and District 9.
Craig has appeared in numerous television commercials and has done numerous radio and television commercial voices some of which include Parker Pens, KFC, DStv, AA and Cadbury's.