Up 26,444 this week

Craig Archibald

Canadian-born Craig Archibald has developed an invaluable position in the world of acting. As a writer, director, producer and actor, Craig has shown a noticeable range of versatility and experience in almost all aspects of entertainment. His career in acting began in 1997 and balances across work in film, television and film shorts. However, ... See full bio »
More at IMDbPro » Contact Info on IMDbPro Contact Info: View agent

5 Things We Didn't Learn From "Stranger Things" Season 2

After binge watching "Stranger Things 2," we run down some unresolved questions we'd like addressed next time we revisit Hawkins, Ind., in Season 3.

Watch the video

Craig Archibald on Twitter

Around The Web


Powered by ZergNet

On Amazon Video

Do you have a demo reel?

Add it to your IMDbPage

Connect with IMDb

How Much Have You Seen?

How much of Craig Archibald's work have you seen?

User Polls

Known For

Capote Christopher
Cyclops Falco
Puccini for Beginners
Puccini for Beginners Man in Park
The Gospel of Quinn
The Gospel of Quinn Quinn's Father


Jump to: Actor | Producer | Director | Writer | Thanks | Self
Hide Hide Show Show Actor (17 credits)
 2016 The Green Bench (Short)
 2014/II Saudade (Short)
Dr. Hughes
 2013 Hugo Heard a Noise (Short)
Narrator (voice)
 2013 Not 4 Sale (Short)
Mr. Washington
 2013 The Gospel of Quinn (Video short)
Quinn's Father
 2013 L.A. Superheroes
Sandy Hagen
 2010 Effective (Short)
 2010 Embers of the Sky
King Halys (segment: "A Song For Swan")
 2010 Everything's Jake (Short)
Brad Thurlow
 2009 The Experimental Witch
Peter Sherney
 2008 Cyclops (TV Movie)
 2006 Puccini for Beginners
Man in Park
 2005 Capote
 2001 Speed Limit
 1997 Kiss Me, Guido
Show Show Producer (8 credits)
Show Show Director (3 credits)
Show Show Writer (3 credits)
Show Show Thanks (9 credits)
Show Show Self (1 credit)

Related Videos


Personal Details

Other Works:

Wrote the play "Private Life" which premiered in NYC to rave reviews and was subsequently produced in Los Angeles under the direction of Dan Futterman.

Official Sites:


Did You Know?


Directed the film short "The Witch of Portobello" that won him the Cinema For Peace Award from the Berlin International Film Festival.

Contribute to This Page