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Craig Spidle

Craig Spidle is an actor, known for Road to Perdition (2002), Public Enemies (2009) and The Waking (2001). See full bio »

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Known For

Road to Perdition
Road to Perdition Rooney's Henchman
(2002)
Public Enemies
Public Enemies Reporter
(2009)
The Waking
The Waking Rudy Watson
(2001)
Boss
Boss Peter Baine
(2011-2012)

Filmography

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 2015 Chicago P.D. (TV Series)
Dr. Isaac Webber
- Shouldn't Have Been Alone (2015) ... Dr. Isaac Webber
 2012 Underemployed (TV Series)
 2011-2012 Boss (TV Series)
Peter Baine
- True Enough (2012) ... Peter Baine
- Stasis (2011) ... Peter Baine
- Spit (2011) ... Peter Baine
- Slip (2011) ... Peter Baine
 2011 The Chicago Code (TV Series)
Alan Shunt
- Mike Royko's Revenge (2011) ... Alan Shunt
 2009 Public Enemies
Reporter (as Craig A. Spidle)
 2008/II Good People (Short)
Ginblossom (uncredited)
 2006 Prison Break (TV Series)
District Judge
- Flight (2006) ... District Judge
 2002 Road to Perdition
Rooney's Henchman
 2001 The Waking
Rudy Watson
 1994 Missing Persons (TV Series)
Scruffy Looking Man
- What Do You Want... A Signed Confession? (1994) ... Scruffy Looking Man (as Craig A. Spidle)

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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Donald Margulies' play, "Sight Unseen," at the National Jewish Theater in Chicago, Illinois.

Alternate Names:

Craig A. Spidle
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Trivia:

He was nominated for a 1994 Joseph Jefferson Award for Actor in a Supporting Role in a Play for "Sight Unseen" at the National Jewish Theater in Chicago, Illinois.

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