What happened to Craig Ferguson? Wife, Age, Height, Net Worth

Known for movies

Short Info

Net Worth$30 million
Date Of BirthMay 17, 1962
SpouseMegan Wallace Cunningham, Sascha Ferguson, Anne Hogarth, Craig Ferguson
MarkSelf-effacing humor
FactSecond son, Liam James Ferguson, was born on January 31, 2011.

Who is Craig Ferguson?

Craig was born in Glasgow, Scotland, on 17 May 1962 – his zodiac sign is Taurus, and he holds both British and American nationality. He’s an actor, comedian, writer, and TV show host, who has had roles in close to 100 movies and TV series, while he’s perhaps known best for having voiced Gobber in the 2014 animated action adventure movie “How to Train Your Dragon 2”. It was written and directed by Dean DeBlois, starred Jay Baruchel, Cate Blanchett and Gerard Butler, and follows Hiccup and his dragon Toothless who have just discovered a hidden ice cave filled with new types of dragons; the movie won 15 of the 77 awards for which it was nominated, including an Oscar nomination for Best Animated Feature Film of the Year.

Early life and education

Craig spent the first six months of his life in Glasgow, as the family then moved to nearby Cumbernauld, where he was raised alongside his siblings Lynn, Janice and Scott, by their father Robert and mother Janet Ferguson. Not a lot is known about Craig’s family, as he respects their privacy, but it’s known that they are somewhat wealthy.

Craig studied at Muirfield Primary School before moving on to Cumbernauld High School, and was bullied somewhat during his teenage years because he was overweight. He quit school aged 16, and started learning the trade from an electronics technician who worked at Burroughs Corporation.

Craig moved to New York City USA in 1983, aged 21, and found a job in construction; he then worked as a nightclub bouncer, but soon returned to Scotland.

Roles in TV series

Craig made his debut TV series appearance in a 1987 episode of the comedy “Saturday Live”, and the following years saw him appear in an episode of various comedies, such as “Red Dwarf”, “Chelmsford 123” and “The Les Dennis Laughter Show”.

In 1995 and 1996, Craig starred as Logan McDonough in the comedy “Maybe This Time”, created by Michael Jacobs and Susan Estelle Jansen, and which also starred Marie Osmond, Betty White and Ashley Johnson. It follows divorced woman Julia Wallace who’s focused on running her coffee shop, while her mother Shirley wants her to start dating again; the series was nominated for three awards. Some of Craig’s other notable performances in the ‘90s were in the comedy “Almost Perfect”, and voice roles in the animated short action “Freakazoid!” and the animated action adventure “Hercules”.

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Between 1996 and 2004, Craig starred as Nigel Wick in 185 episodes of the comedy “The Drew Carey Show”, which follows Drew’s both personal and professional life; the series won 11 of the 35 awards for which it was nominated, including seven Primetime Emmy nominations. Craig then made a guest appearance in the 2005 episode “Papa Wheelie” of the romantic comedy drama “Life as We Know It”, and voiced himself in the 2009 episode “Truth or Square” of the animated family comedy “SpongeBob SquarePants” (voice role).

Some of Craig’s most recent roles in TV series have been in 2020 in the episode “Orson Welles In Norwich” of the biographical adventure comedy “Urban Myths”, the game-show “The Hustler”, and the 2022 episode “Cookie’s Day Off/Picture Furfect” of the animated short adventure “Alice’s Wonderland Bakery” (voice role).

Roles in movies

Craig made his debut film appearance in the 1989 drama “Dream Baby”, while a couple of his following roles were in the 1989 drama “High”, the 1992 comedy “The Bogie Man”, and the 1998 romantic horror comedy “Modern Vampires”.

He gained recognition with his portrayal of the main character Matthew in the 2000 crime comedy “Saving Grace”, directed by Nigel Cole, and which also starred Brenda Blethyn and Martin Clunes. The movie follows the life of a British widow whose husband has recently committed suicide, and it won four of the 14 awards for which it was nominated, including a BAFTA nomination.

Some of Craig’s other notable performances in the 2000s were in the 2003 romantic comedy “I’ll Be There”, the 2005 drama “Niagara Motel”, and the 2009 romantic comedy “The Ugly Truth”.

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What marked the 2010s for him was perhaps his voicing of Lord Macintosh in the critically acclaimed 2012 animated adventure comedy “Brave”, written and directed by Mark Andrews, and which starred Kelly Macdonald, Billy Connolly and Emma Thompson. It follows Princess Merida who has brought chaos to her kingdom with her behavior, and who has now accidentally turned her mother into a bear; the movie won 21 awards, including an Oscar for Best Animated Feature, while it was nominated for 48 other awards.

Three of Craig’s most recent movie roles have been in the 2019 animated action adventure “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” (voice role), the 2019 animated short action “How to Train Your Dragon: Homecoming” (voice role) and the 2020 romantic comedy “Then Came You”.

Other credits

Craig has 19 writing credits, probably known best for having written 1,994 episodes of his musical comedy talk-show “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson”, which aired between 2005 and 2015. The show won one of the nine awards for which it was nominated, including a Primetime Emmy nomination.

Craig has 10 producing credits, and these include the talk-show “Shark After Dark”, the comedy talk-show “Join or Die with Craig Ferguson” and the short game-show “Celebrity Name Game”.

He has received three special thanks: for the 2007 comedy movie “Frank Caliendo: All Over the Place”, the 2019 fantasy film “Thistle” and the 2020 drama movie “Thistle 2”.

Craig has made a guest appearance in numerous talk-shows, while most recently in “The Drew Barrymore Show”, “Live with Kelly and Ryan” and “The Hustler”.

Awards and nominations

Craig has won three of the 15 awards for which he has been nominated: he won a 2003 US Comedy Arts Festival Audience Award for his performance in “I’ll Be There”, and two Daytime Emmys for Outstanding Game Show Host in 2015 and 2016, for “Celebrity Name Game”.

Love life and wife

Craig has married thrice. He exchanged vows with Anne Hogarth on 20 October 1983, but  nothing about her is known as she prefers to stay away from media; they divorced in 1986.

Craig married his second wife Sascha Corwin on 18 July 1998, and she’s perhaps known best for being the founder of Los Angeles’ Spy School.

Sascha gave birth to their son in 2001, but she and Craig divorced in 2004, although remaining equally involved in raising their boy.

On 21 December 2008, he married his third wife, the American art dealer Megan Wallace-Cunningham, and she gave birth to their son in 2011.

As of March 2022, Craig’s married to his third wife Megan Wallace-Cunningham, and has two sons, one with Megan, and the other with his second wife Sascha Corwin.

Hobbies and interesting facts

Craig loves to write, and he published his novel “Between the Bridge and the River” on 10 April 2006. His memoir “American on Purpose: The Improbable Adventures of an Unlikely Patriot” was published on 22 September 2009, while its audiobook was nominated for a Best Spoken Word Album Grammy on 1 December 2010.

Most recently, on 7 May 2019, he published his third book “Riding the Elephant: A Memoir of Altercations, Humiliations, Hallucinations, and Observations”.

Craig received his FAA private pilot certificate in 2009.

He’s a fan of tattoos, and has five inked onto various parts of his body.

Craig’s a fan of soccer, and cheers for the Partick Thistle.

He was once an admitted alcoholic, but has been sober since 18 February 1992, and he’s also a vegan.

Craig’s favorite show is the science fiction series “Doctor Who”, which follows an alien who’s travelling through time and space.

Age, height and net worth

Craig’s age is 59. He has short brown hair and brown eyes, his height is 6ft 3ins (1.9m) and he weighs around 190lbs (85kgs).

As of March 2022, Craig’s net worth stands at more than $30 million.

General Info

Full NameCraig Ferguson
Net Worth$30 million
Date Of BirthMay 17, 1962
Height1.88 m
ProfessionScreenwriter, Stand-up comedian, Game Show Host, Television producer, Film producer, Voice Actor, Author, Film director, Novelist, Talk show host, Pilot
EducationCumbernauld High School


SpouseMegan Wallace Cunningham, Sascha Ferguson, Anne Hogarth, Craig Ferguson
ChildrenMilo Hamish Ferguson, Liam James Ferguson, Liam James Ferguson
ParentsRobert Ferguson, Janet Ferguson
SiblingsLynn Ferguson, Janice Ferguson, Scott Ferguson


AwardsDaytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show Host
Music GroupsJames King and the Lonewolves
NominationsGrammy Award for Best Comedy Album, People’s Choice Award for Favorite Late Night Talk Show Host, Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album, Primetime Emmy Award for Individual Performance – Variety Or Music Program, British Independent Film Award for Best Screenplay
MoviesHow to Train Your Dragon, Brave, How to Train Your Dragon 2, Saving Grace, The Big Tease, Born Romantic, Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, Winnie the Pooh, Niagara Motel, I’ll Be There, The Hero of Color City, Chain of Fools, Life Without Dick, Modern Vampires, Lenny the Wonder Dog, B…
TV ShowsCelebrity Name Game, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, The Drew Carey Show, I Love the ’90s, Maybe This Time, Join or Die with Craig Ferguson, Doc Martin, The Ferguson Theory

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#Marks / Signs
1Shows fanmail to the screen but quickly takes it away before the camera is able focus on it
2Self-effacing humor
3Tears the card with questions to shreds and tosses it as he begins each interview.
4Always smacks the side of the TelePrompTer on the camera at the beginning of his monologues.
5Opens his monologues by saying “It’s a great day for America”
6Addresses himself as “TV’s Craig Ferguson” in his monologues


1Change is the law of the universe and resisting it is the source of all pain
2[announcing his intended retirement from The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005), 2014] CBS and I are not getting divorced, we are consciously uncoupling. But we will spend holidays together and share custody of the fake horse and robot skeleton, both of whom we love very much.. I’ll go and do something else. Probably, I’m thinking, carpentry. But I haven’t made my mind up yet.
3I am the Saudi Arabia of unhappiness. I have so many reserves of misery that you wouldn’t understand. I actually think that’s part of why I connect with Canadians. I think they understand grinding misery underneath.
4I haven’t had a drink in thirteen years”, he said on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005) on February 1, 2005, speaking about his alcoholism. “But, occasionally, I’m tempted to have one beer. The problem is that if I have that one beer, I wake up in Tijuana four days later with a tattoo and a sore ass


1Brother-in-law of Mark Tweddle.
2Left school at the age of sixteen.
3Is a voracious reader of books.
4Was the drummer in a punk rock band called Dreamboys, which included Peter Capaldi as lead singer and Temple Clark as bassist.
5Performed at the C-SPAN White House Correspondents’ Dinner. [April 2008]
6Has been successfully hosting The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005) for nearly 3 years (in Jan. 2008). [November 2007]
7Mr. Ferguson announced on Conan (2010) that his new son was born Jan 31st, 2011. [February 2011]
8Release of his book, “American on Purpose: The Improbable Adventures of an Unlikely Patriot”. [September 2009]
9Release of his book, “Between the Bridge and the River: A Novel”. [April 2006]
10Has been appointed the new official host for “The Late Late Show”, the show from which Craig Kilborn resigned. His first episode will be January 3, 2005. [December 2004]
11Worked as a construction worker and bouncer when he first moved to New York City.
12Is a huge fan of Doctor Who (1963).
13Was in a band with Peter Capaldi, whom he credits with inspiring him to try comedy.
14Very good friends with actress, Kristen Bell. She has been on his show more times than any other guest.
15Friends with Gerard Butler.
16Took flying lessons to get over his fear of flying.
17Actress Mary McCormack gave him the rattlesnake mug that’s been on his desk on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005) on April 13, 2009. The rattlesnake mug has appeared in almost every episode since then.
18Nominated for a Grammy Award in 2010 for reading the audiobook for his autobiographical novel ‘American on Purpose: The Improbable Adventures of an Unlikely Patriot’.
19Nominated for 2011 Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books & Story Telling) for voicing the audiobook of his autobiography ‘American on Purpose: The Improbable Adventures of an Unlikely Patriot’.
20Second son, Liam James Ferguson, was born on January 31, 2011.
21Is related on his mother’s side to former Scottish international footballer Duncan Ferguson, also known as “Big Dunc”.
22Met Don Rickles through mutual friend and Late Late Show producer Peter Lassally.
23Ferguson received a Peabody Award for his The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005) interview with Archbishop Desmond Tutu. He announced the recognition on the show using his alligator puppet [March 31, 2010].
24Growing up, he wanted to be an astronaut.
25On his show, Jennifer Love Hewitt admitted to being a fan of Glasgow Celtic, Ferguson then said he doesn’t follow Celtic. Hewitt then ask if it’s their City rivals Rangers he follows, he said it was a team called Partick Thistle. This made her laugh saying “That’s a little girlie isn’t it?”.
26On December 21, 2008, Ferguson was married for the third time, to Megan Wallace Cunningham, an art dealer.
27In early April 2008, for the first time since he became host of CBS’s The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005), the program outscored NBC’s Late Night with Conan O’Brien (1993), with an average viewership of 1.88 million to 1.77 million.
28Has three dogs, a German Shepard, a French bulldog and a Jack Russel terrier.
29On January 25, 2008, he passed the U.S. citizenship test, scoring 100%. A week later, on February 1, 2008, he was sworn in as a U.S. citizen. His February 4, 2008 episode of The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005) was devoted to this event.
30In April 2006, his first novel was published — “Between the Bridge and the River.”
31Has two sons, one with Sascha Ferguson, Milo Hamish Ferguson (b. 2001); and one with Megan Wallace Cunningham, Liam James Ferguson (b. 2011).
32Plays the drums.
33Sings the opening theme song for his show The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005)
34Childhood nickname was “Tubby.”
35Son of Janet Ferguson.
36Brother of Lynn Ferguson, Scott and Janice.
37While appearing on Late Night with Conan O’Brien (1993), he had host Conan O’Brien laughing so hard that he couldn’t continue with his show and Craig ended up doing all the talking.
38Started out as a musician, playing drums and guitar.
39Has written and performed three stand-up comedy albums.




Doc MartinTV Series Arising from the film “Saving Grace” created by – 31 episodes, 2005 – 2011 arising from the film “Saving Grace” created by – 17 episodes, 2005 – 2015
Craig Ferguson: Just Being Honest2015TV Special documentary
The Late Late Show with Craig FergusonTV Series 2 episodes, 2012 – 2013 written by – 1,190 episodes, 2005 – 2014 writer – 821 episodes, 2005 – 2011 written on location by – 2 episodes, 2012
Craig Ferguson: I’m Here to Help2013TV Special documentary
Craig Ferguson: Does This Need to Be Said?2011TV Special documentary written by
Just for Laughs2009-2011TV Series writer – 2 episodes
Craig Ferguson: A Wee Bit o’ Revolution2009TV Special documentary written by
2008 White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner2008TV Movie written by
The Matt Baetz Project2007TV Movie creator
I’ll Be There2003written by
Doc Martin and the Legend of the Cloutie2003TV Movie based on characters created for the film “Saving Grace” by
Doc Martin2001TV Movie based on characters created for the film “Saving Grace” created by
Saving Grace2000screenplay
The Big Tease1999written by
The Ferguson Theory1994TV Series
Thatcherworld1993TV Short sketch writer
The Craig Ferguson Story1991TV Movie
The Craig Ferguson Show1990TV Movie
The Russ Abbot Show1986TV Series


2000 Not Out1992TV Series
The Craig Ferguson Show1990TV MovieVarious Characters
Dream Baby1989TV MovieBig Mick
High1989TV Movie
Chelmsford 1231988TV SeriesScot
Red Dwarf1988TV SeriesConfidence
How to Train Your Dragon 32019pre-productionGobber (voice)
The King of 7B2015TV MoviePrentiss Porter
Hot in Cleveland2013-2015TV SeriesSimon
Web Therapy2014TV SeriesEwan Clarke
Web Therapy2014TV SeriesEwan Clarke
The Hero of Color City2014Nat (voice)
Postman Pat: The Movie2014Craig / Not a Dalek (voice)
How to Train Your Dragon 22014Gobber (voice)
Sean Saves the World2013TV SeriesAndrew
Big Top Scooby-Doo!2012VideoWhitney Doubleday (voice)
Political Animals2012TV Mini-SeriesCraig Ferguson
Brave2012Lord Macintosh (voice)
Book of Dragons2011Video shortGobber (voice)
Dragons: Gift of the Night Fury2011Video shortGobber the Belch (voice)
Mini Adventures of Winnie the Pooh2011TV Series shortOwl
Archer2011TV SeriesGrand Prix Announcer
Winnie the Pooh2011Owl (voice)
Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon2010TV ShortGobber (voice)
Futurama2010TV SeriesSusan Boil
How to Train Your Dragon2010Gobber (voice)
SpongeBob SquarePants2009TV SeriesCraig Ferguson
The Ugly Truth2009Craig Ferguson
Family Guy2009TV SeriesCraig Ferguson
Trust Me2007Ted Truman
Saints Row2006Video GameCrazy Carl (voice, uncredited)
American Dad!2006TV SeriesEvil Barry
Lenny the Wonder Dog2005Dr. Richard Wagner
Vampire Bats2005TV MovieFisherman #1
Life As We Know It2005TV SeriesOliver Davies
Niagara Motel2005Phillie
A Series of Unfortunate Events2004Person of Indeterminate Gender
The Drew Carey Show1996-2004TV SeriesNigel Wick / Various
I’ll Be There2003Paul Kerr
Prendimi l’anima2002Richard Fraser
Life Without Dick2002VideoJared O’Reilly
Rock & Roll Back to School Special2001TV MovieMarty’s Pimple
The Legend of Tarzan2001TV SeriesSamuel T. Philander
Norm2001TV SeriesRob
The Angry Beavers2001TV SeriesWizard / TV Announcer
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command2000TV SeriesNOS-4-A2
Chain of Fools2000Melander Stevens
Born Romantic2000Frankie
One Life Stand2000Karaoke Crowd
Saving Grace2000Matthew
The Big Tease1999Crawford Mackenzie
The Wild Thornberrys1999TV SeriesJope
Hercules1998TV SeriesEpsilon
The Lionhearts1998TV Series
Modern Vampires1998TV MovieRichard
Freakazoid!1995-1997TV SeriesRoddy MacStew
Almost Perfect1996TV SeriesPeter Church
Maybe This Time1995-1996TV SeriesLogan McDonough
Jeremy Hardy Gives Good Sex1995Video
Aaahh!!! Real Monsters1995TV SeriesCammander
French Man
One Foot in the Grave1993TV SeriesGlaswegian
The Bogie Man1992TV MovieDetective Sergeant Ure
A Word in your Era1992TV SeriesJohn Knox


Celebrity Name Game2014-2016TV Series executive producer – 230 episodes
Join or Die with Craig Ferguson2016TV Series executive producer – 22 episodes
Craig Ferguson: Just Being Honest2015TV Special documentary producer
Naked After Dark2014TV Series executive producer
Shark After Dark2013TV Mini-Series executive producer – 5 episodes
Craig Ferguson: I’m Here to Help2013TV Special documentary producer
Craig Ferguson: Does This Need to Be Said?2011TV Special documentary executive producer
Saving Grace2000co-producer
The Big Tease1999executive producer


The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson2008-2014TV Series performer – 12 episodes
How to Train Your Dragon 22014performer: “For the Dancing and the Dreaming”
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno2013TV Series writer – 1 episode
Winnie the Pooh2011performer: “The Backson Song”
I’ll Be There2003performer: “All My Life” Rock Version
Born Romantic2000performer: “L.O.V.E.”
Saving Grace2000performer: “Alouette” – uncredited
Freakazoid!1997TV Series performer – 1 episode


I’ll Be There2003


The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson2009TV Series puppeteer – 1 episode


Crunch Time2016TV MovieHimself
Celebrity Name Game2014-2016TV SeriesHimself – Host
Chelsea2016TV SeriesHimself
Join or Die with Craig Ferguson2016TV SeriesHimself – Host
Red Nose Day2016TV MovieHimself – Host
The Talk2010-2016TV SeriesHimself / Himself – Guest / Himself – Celebrity Name Game
The Chew2014-2016TV SeriesHimself / Himself – Guest
Live with Kelly and Michael2005-2016TV SeriesHimself – Guest / Himself
Rachael Ray2007-2016TV SeriesHimself
Larry King Now2012-2016TV SeriesHimself – Guest
Today2014-2016TV SeriesHimself
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert2016TV SeriesHimself – Guest
@midnight2015TV SeriesHimself
Craig Ferguson: Just Being Honest2015TV Special documentaryHimself
Late Night with Seth Meyers2014-2015TV SeriesHimself / Himself – Celebrity Name Game
Chabad Telethon2015TV MovieHimself
The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards2015TV MovieHimself – Winner: Outstanding Game Show Host and Presenter: Outstanding Talk Show / Entertainment
The View2005-2015TV SeriesHimself
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson2005-2014TV SeriesHimself – Host / Sid / Wavy Rancheros / …
The Meredith Vieira Show2014TV SeriesHimself – Celebrity Name Game
The Wendy Williams Show2014TV SeriesHimself
Chabad Telethon2014TV MovieHimself
The Wil Wheaton Project2014TV SeriesHimself
Made in Hollywood2010-2014TV SeriesHimself
The Price Is Right2009-2014TV SeriesHimself – Guest Host / Himself – Guest Showcase Presenter
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno1997-2013TV SeriesHimself / Himself – Guest
Chabad Telethon2013TV MovieHimself
Katie2013TV SeriesHimself
Craig Ferguson: I’m Here to Help2013TV Special documentaryHimself
Kathy2013TV SeriesHimself
Late Show with David Letterman2000-2012TV SeriesHimself / Himself – Guest
CELEBS.com2012TV SeriesHimself – Lord Macintosh – ‘Brave’
Chelsea Lately2012TV SeriesHimself – Guest
Sesame Street2011TV SeriesHimself
The Nerdist2011TV MovieHimself – Guest
Craig Ferguson: Does This Need to Be Said?2011TV Special documentaryHimself
Conan2011TV SeriesHimself – Guest
Just for Laughs2009-2011TV SeriesHimself – Host
Lopez Tonight2010TV SeriesHimself
Shark Bites: Adventures in Shark Week2010TV MovieHimself – Host
Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show2010TV SeriesHimself
The Wanda Sykes Show2010TV SeriesHimself- Guest
HBO First Look2010TV Series documentaryHimself
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show2006-2009TV SeriesHimself
Entertainment Tonight2007-2009TV SeriesHimself
Surviving the Holidays with Lewis Black2009TV MovieHimself
Larry King Live2009TV SeriesHimself
The Early Show2009TV SeriesHimself
Square Roots: The Story of SpongeBob SquarePants2009TV Movie documentaryHimself
Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular 20092009TV MovieHimself – Host
Craig Ferguson: A Wee Bit o’ Revolution2009TV Special documentaryHimself
The 51st Annual Grammy Awards2009TV SpecialHimself – Presenter
The Soup2009TV SeriesHimself
Million Dollar Password2009TV SeriesHimself
Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular 20082008TV MovieHimself – Host
The 60th Primetime Emmy Awards2008TV SpecialHimself – Co-Presenter: Oustanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Chabad: To Life Telethon2008TV MovieHimself – Video Guest
Real Time with Bill Maher2007-2008TV SeriesHimself
Dr. Drew’s Celebrity Addiction Special2008TV Movie documentaryHimself
2008 White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner2008TV MovieHimself – Host
The Matt Baetz Project2007TV MovieHimself
The Hour2007TV SeriesHimself
Chabad Telethon2007TV MovieHimself
Chabad Telethon2006TV MovieHimself
The 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards2006TV SpecialHimself – Co-Presenter: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
The Tony Danza Show2006TV SeriesHimself
Shootout2006TV SeriesHimself
The 32nd Annual People’s Choice Awards2006TV Special documentaryHimself – Host
The 57th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards2005TV SpecialHimself – Co-Presenter: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Listen Up2005TV SeriesHimself
The Daily Show2005TV SeriesHimself
Dennis Miller2005TV SeriesHimself
I Love the ’90s: Part Deux2005TV Series documentaryHimself
The 31st Annual People’s Choice Awards2005TV SpecialHimself
2005 BAFTA/LA Cunard Britannia Awards2005TV Movie documentaryHimself – Host
A Terrible Tragedy: Alarming Evidence from the Making of the Film – Costumes and Other Suspicious Disguises2004Documentary shortHimself (uncredited)
TV Guide Close Up: From Comedy Club to Primetime2004TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn2001-2004TV SeriesHimself – Guest Host / Himself – Guest
I Love the ’90s2004TV Series documentaryHimself
I Love the ’80s Strikes Back2003TV Series documentaryHimself
Richard & Judy2003TV SeriesHimself
Late Night with Conan O’Brien2000-2003TV SeriesHimself
Hollywood Celebrates Denzel Washington: An American Cinematheque Tribute2003TV Special documentaryHimself
The Martin Short Show1999TV SeriesHimself
Donny & Marie1998TV Series
Heroes of Comedy1995TV Series documentaryHimself
The Good Sex Guide1994TV Series
Bygones1994TV SeriesHimself – Team Captain
The Late Show1994TV Series documentaryHimself
The Ferguson Theory1994TV SeriesHimself / Various Roles
Showbiz Today1994TV SeriesHimself
The Dirt Detective1994TV Mini-Series documentaryHost / The Dirt Detective
The Brain Drain1993TV SeriesHimself
Have I Got News for You1991TV SeriesHimself
The Craig Ferguson Story1991TV MovieHimself
Friday at the Dome1991TV SeriesHimself – Presenter
Juke Box Jury1990TV SeriesHimself – Panellist
Combing the Fringe1987TV MovieHimself


Won Awards

2016Daytime EmmyDaytime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Game Show HostCelebrity Name Game (2014)
2015Daytime EmmyDaytime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Game Show HostCelebrity Name Game (2014)
2003Audience AwardUS Comedy Arts FestivalI’ll Be There (2003)

Nominated Awards

2016GrammyGrammy AwardsBest Comedy AlbumFor the album “Just Being Honest.”
2015BTVA Feature Film Voice Acting AwardBehind the Voice Actors AwardsBest Vocal Ensemble in a Feature FilmHow to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)
2015People’s Choice AwardPeople’s Choice Awards, USAFavorite Late Night Talk Show Host
2014GrammyGrammy AwardsBest Comedy AlbumFor the album “I’m Here to Help.”
2014OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Male Performance in a Fiction ProgramThe Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005)
2012BTVA Feature Film Voice Acting AwardBehind the Voice Actors AwardsBest Vocal Ensemble in a Feature FilmWinnie the Pooh (2011)
2012Gold Derby TV AwardGold Derby AwardsVariety PerformerThe Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005)
2011GrammyGrammy AwardsBest Spoken Word AlbumFor the album “American on Purpose”
2006Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music ProgramThe Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005)
2000British Independent Film AwardBritish Independent Film AwardsBest ScreenplaySaving Grace (2000)

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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