“Simplicity works well for Craig March's Mitch. I've never seen Mitch played as so deeply compassionate; the quality makes his ordinariness luminous.”
- Colin Thomas, The Georgia Straight
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 role.
On CW's Supernatural, Project Blue Book for the History Channel, and in a Lead Role for Hallmark Mystery Channel in the Emma Fielding Mystery: More Bitter Than Death.
Look for Craig in the film, The Sinners, on VUDU (https://www.vudu.com/content/movies/details/The-Sinners/1606513). Premieres Feb 19!
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Selection to The Banff Acting Ensemble (2009 Women in the Director’s Chair).
Lead roles in; More Bitter Than Death: An Emma Fielding Mystery (Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Channel), Jinnah on Crime: Pizza 911 (CBC), Even Lambs Have Teeth (Indie-feature).
Recurring roles on; Rogue (DirectTV) and The Aurora Teagarden Mystery Movie Series (Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Channel).
Guest star roles on; Arrow (CW), The Dead Zone (USA Network), and Romeo! (Nickelodeon).
Appearances on; Supernatural, Salvation, The X-Files, The Killing, and in films such as, The Big White, Along Came a Spider, The Hollow Child, and The Rhino Brothers.
Starring roles on stage include appearances in; A Streetcar Named Desire, Julius Caesar, Hosanna, Omniscience, and Homechild for companies such as, The Chemainus Theatre Festival, Western Canadian Theatre, The Belfry Theatre, Western Theatre Conspiracy, and The Richmond Gateway Theatre.
Stage and Screen Highlights
"Craig March 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.”
- Claire Hill, PLANK Magazine
“Like a lover, March tenderly cradles Caesar's body as it falls. It's a lovely moment and sensitively handled.”
- Jo Ledingham, The Vancouver Courier
"As Mitch, Craig March is dynamite. Here is an actor who is always in the moment, and some of his best work came when he wasn't even speaking: as he listened to Blanche behind the curtain, his body tensed so slowly and precisely that it looked as though he might pop a vein.”
- Leanne Campbell, The Westender
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