Craig approaches the craft with great respect and a sense of play that focuses on bringing the most truthful story forward every time he takes on a project. His inspiration, and foundation, is in improvisation, theatre and the study of Uta Hagen. Over his career, he has become a trusted and successful character actor for the stage and screen. Recent appearances include recurring on Netflix's, Firefly Lane and a guest star spot on, So Help Me Todd, for CBS. Favorite stage portrayals include, Brutus in Julius Caesar and Mitch in A Streetcar Named Desire. He is thankful to have worked with some of the best in the industry and is determined to continue creating work for film and theatre that is fun, challenging and entertaining.
Parczew 45, PLANK Magazine
“Craig March, having returned from a five year hiatus on the stage, is fantastic to watch. He carries the dramatic weight with ease, delivering an effortless and emotional 60 minute performance. He makes what could have been contrived entirely believable.”
A Streetcar Named Desire,The Georgia Straight
“Simplicity works well for Craig March's Mitch. I've never seen Mitch played as so deeply compassionate; the quality makes his ordinariness luminous.”
"He has so many gifts and truly shines both on stage and off. It takes deep empathy, understanding and vulnerability to tell stories, whether they be yours or someone else's and to bring empathy, understanding and vulnerability out in your audience."