Craig Stevens, American actor, best known as private eye Peter Gunn, 1918-2000. He was born Gail Shikles Jr.
Kosta  2/24/2020
I never liked the sound of it anyway. It’s not even classic or modern, it’s just plain boring and the sound is so unattractive. And that old show Sanjay and Craig ruined it.
nylonpanda  10/5/2019
According to, there are 113 people in the U.S. named Craig Craig.
Kosta  3/15/2019
In 2018, 50 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Craig who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 191st most common male first name for living U.S. citizens.
― Anonymous User  10/17/2018
An awkward name, and it sounds like an uglier version of Greg. That's saying something, too, since Greg is not an attractive name. I'm glad that very few parents use Craig anymore.
― Anonymous User  9/29/2018
I can only think of Sanjay and Craig now. Sorry.
kayisforkeen  8/24/2018
The CEO of Zildjian cymbals is Craigie Zildjian. A feminine use of the name. Very rare I have to think.
exportpro99  8/23/2018
A new famous bearer of this name is the titular character of the show, “Craig of the Creek.”.
Whipsmart  7/22/2018
A new famous bearer of this name is Craig Williams from the show, “Craig of the Creek.”.
― Anonymous User  7/16/2018
I am Craig, as is my father. Although I am also Craig because my parents were slightly unprepared when I popped out, and they figured, "Yeah, Craig Junior is cool." I think it fits me well. I always have to laugh that it basically means I live in a rock (which makes sense, I like my alone time). Now that I am in college I know SIX Craigs that live in my area.
Fathalius  4/2/2018
This name is okay... but that god awful show Sanjay and Craig has ruined this name for me forever.

(I swear, worst decision of my life...)
MarioDM02  2/15/2018
The name Craig was given to 236 boys born in the US in 2016.
More than 99.9 percent of people with the first name Craig are male.
― Anonymous User  6/6/2017
I was wondering why the use of the name Craig was so popular during the 60's to the 70's. Who was popular during that period that caused so many parents to name their child Craig?
craig01  1/17/2017
Craig Bartlett. The creator of the animated series Hey Arnold!
Whipsmart  9/3/2016
My name is Kraig, and it is a very unique name. I have not met any other person (to my knowledge in the real world) who has the name "Craig" spelled with a "K" I like my name, and it really defines me. I have met one kid when I was young with the name, but it had a "C". Another interesting thing is I am both an older and younger brother. My younger brother is also my twin.
Kraig  9/3/2016
I named my son Craig only I spell it Kraig not Craig. I spell it like that because I had never seen it spelled that way it is unique and it fits my son perfectly. I named my son after a very good friend of mine who's name happens to be Craig and I really liked the name. I think it is a very strong name for a male.
acabral  9/7/2015
I've also seen it spelt Craige.
IsolationHedge  4/25/2015
Craig McLachlan (b. 1965), Australian actor and singer; at present stars as Lucien Blake in the "Dr Blake Mysteries" television drama series.
― Anonymous User  3/9/2015
If I had a son, I would want to name him Craig. Some of my ancestors were Craigs; it would be in honour of them, but even beyond that it strikes me as very strong and rugged sounding (makes sense, given the meaning), and not too common, at least where I'm from.
― Anonymous User  10/5/2013
Michigan-born singer-songwriter Craig Owens (ex-Chiodos, Cinematic Sunrise, Isles and Glaciers, and currently front man of Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows) goes by Craig, though his real name is Craigery.
m3g4tr0n  9/20/2011
Craig McCracken is an American animator who created The Powerpuff Girls and Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.
bathos  6/13/2011
Craig Deering is a comedian on youtube that makes spoofs of movies, and he also does a small show called the Allen and Craig show.
― Anonymous User  8/9/2010
Makes me think of Craigslist. This is also my science teacher's name. I dunno.
CrystalGlacia  4/1/2010
I know a Craig and for some reason "Craigslist" NEVER reminded me of him or even that it sounds like "Craig's list" until that last comment mentioned it. How weird that I never noticed! Where did my brain go on that one? Anyway the name does sound cool but had to grow on me.
Samillion  4/30/2014
Craig Tucker is the name of one of the children from the TV show South Park.
― Anonymous User  10/30/2008
An okay name, short, simple, and not one of these trashy, tacky, über-masculine, or immature names. Certainly better than Greg!
slight night shiver  5/19/2008
Craig Manning is a character on the Canadian television show "Degrassi: The Next Generation".
Kelseyyy  8/12/2007
This name is losing popularity, but think it is a decent name. I know a couple of Craigs, and I even know someone named Craigen. I like this name!
Taydbug112  8/1/2007
Saturday Night Live used this name for a dorky guy in High School that was a cheerleader for the chess team. Will Ferell played his character, and he cheered for the Spartans!
Taydbug112  8/1/2007
Craig is the name of one of the children in South Park, who's always flipping off people and at the counselor's office.
Rockos_Modern_Life_1  6/3/2007
I have a female teacher named Craig and I think it's a little odd. Her husband is French and his name is Michele.
SarahMarie  12/29/2006
Personally I don't like this name, although you don't meet many people with this name, the people I know with this name are quite annoying.
― Anonymous User  12/18/2006
Craig Gilner is from Ned Vizzini's novel "It's Kind Of A Funny Story." Great book, by the way.
hahaha  12/6/2006
A nice-singing Craig is Craig David.
Dahlis  10/15/2006
This name is very special to me. I love a gorgeous man with this name. I like it because you don't hear the name often and all the Craigs I have met have been funny and down to earth. =)
― Anonymous User  9/14/2006
Craig Ferguson who was Nigel on "The Drew Carey Show" and hosts the Late Late Show on CBS.
Tudor  6/14/2006
Craig, the frontman of the Aussie band The Vines.
foxsurfergirl  4/18/2006
Famous bearer: Craig Shergold. He was a boy who broke the Guiness Book of World Records for getting so many cards when he had a brain tumor. There's a movie about him that has Kirk Cameron and Richard Thomas in it. It's called The Miracle of the Cards.
― Anonymous User  8/27/2005
Famous bearer: Craig T. Nelson, from the show "Coach".
― Anonymous User  8/13/2005

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