Who is Craig Wasson?
Born on March 15, 1954, Craig Wasson is an American actor who is best known for his roles as Jake Scully in Brian DePalma’s Body Double (1984), and Neil Gordon in Chuck Russell’s A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987). For his role as Danilo Prozor in Arthur Penn’s Four Friends (1981), he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award.
Wasson was featured as Doug Ebert in the soap opera One Life to Live in 1991. He has made guest appearances in a number of series, including The Bob Newhart Show, Phyllis, Skag, For Jenny with Love, Murder, She Wrote, M*A*S*H (TV series), Hart to Hart, Walker, Texas Ranger, Profiler, The Practice, Seven Days, The Secrets of Isis, and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
Craig Wasson Siblings / Family / Religion
Wasson was born in Ontario, Oregon. His family information is not available right now. he attended the University of Oregon.
Craig Wasson Wife / Spouse / Girlfriend / Children
Wasson married actress Ann Bell in1981. For more updates, follow him on Facebook.
Craig Wasson Net worth / Age / 2022
As of 2022, Craig is 68 years old and has a net worth of $2 million.
- Full Name: Craig Wasson
- Nick Names: Craig Wasson
- Birthday: March 15, 1954
- Age in 2022: 68
- Birth Place: Ontario, Oregon, U.S.
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- College/University: University of Oregon
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- Profession: Actor
- Nationality: American
- Ethnicity/Race: white
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- Net Worth: $2 million
- Height: 5 feet 10 inches
- Weight: 75 kg
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- Body Type: Unkown
- Hair Color: Black
- Eye Color: Black
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- Wife / Spouse: Ann Bell (m. 1981)
- Girlfriend / Dating / Affairs: N/A
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Trivia / Facts
- Wasson’s first feature film was the 1977 suspense thriller Rollercoaster.
- Craig starred in the short-lived 1980 TV series Skag.
- Wasson is also a prolific reader for audio books, having narrated Stephen King’s 2011 novel 11/22/63, and other books by Stephen King, as well as books by James Ellroy and John Grisham.
- He also wrote and sang the haunting folk song “Here I Am (In Vietnam)”, which served as the theme song for The Boys in Company C.