Famous Scottish comedian and TV star Craig Ferguson was naturalized as a United States citizen in 2008.
His acting career started in 1988, when Craig got a small role in several TV series such as “Chelmsford 123” and “Red Dwarf”.
Best Known For
One of his most notable works as a voice-actor was his part in “How to Train Your Dragon”.
From 1996 to 2004, he played Nigel Wick in the TV series “The Drew Carey Show”.
“The Late Late Show” with him as a host gained popularity and brought him a great success and Primetime Emmy nomination. “The Washington Post” (29.04.14) collected some weird tradition of this show. The robot Geoff, puppets and the snake mug became staples of his late-night program.
He considers himself to be agnostic what concerns religion. The star disclaims any knowledge of God.
He was born is Scotland at the time of misunderstandings between Catholics and Protestants. The actor shared, “I always equated religion and the church with being...connected to danger and violence”.
When Ferguson grew up, he “became less convinced of any kind of belief”.
Craig is straight. He got married to Sascha Ferguson in 1998 but the couple divorced in 2004.
In 2008, he tied the knot with beautiful and enigmatic Megan Cunningham-Ferguson.
Worth To Known
He wrote and published two books: “American on Purpose” and “Between the Bridge and the River”.
He does not drink alcohol for 24 years.
The man had a round-trip to Africa with his then-girlfriend-drummer.
The star thought that every man should be able to clean a fish.
Craig tattooed his family coat of arms on the right shoulder.