Adelaide is glorious, and it's really our first scene together, I think.
She's pushed this man's son into a room full of plague victims. Again, coming back to the, 'is he a villain or not?
At the age of nineteen he started out on a TV show called Hot Shots directed by Steve La Hood.
He then gained more experience, working on various TV- and theatre-productions, such as Macbeth (1991), directed by none other than Hercules’ co-star Michael Hurst, and the NZ-series Gloss (1990).
(*note* Craig is currently back in New Zealand) Star Sign: Scorpio Hobbies: Swimming, sailing, eating and playing Favourite music: David Bowie, Loni Anderson (This has to be a typo on the card and is probably meant to be Lori Anderson), REM Favourite Movie: The Hunger Favourite Actor: John Hurt, Vanessa Redgrave Favourite Book: The Wasp Factory by Iain Banks Favourite Item Of Clothing: My boots Favourite Food: Indian Craig Parker was born November 12th, 1970 in Suva on the island of Fiji, but moved to New Zealand with his parents as a child.
He's definitely out there to smack them around, and teach them a lesson, but he's doing it, in his head, for the good of France.
He's a believer that the system must exist, and France only runs when the nobility and the royals behave as noble and royal.
] Well, we decided that even though he plays a villain on the show, we'd sit down for an EXCLUSIVE interview with Craig , to get some deets on everything about his character… So, OBVIOUSLY We had to ask Craig about his status as a villain on the show. He does terrible things, and people suffer for his decisions, but he believes this is the only way the system works and it's his duty to maintain that system.
He's one of those awful Republican monsters who lobby the governments, and tell senators what to do.