Craig Ferguson


Craig Ferguson Marked His Joint Birthday With The Late Bob Saget By Tweeting A Bittersweet Message

If you aren’t following former The Late Late Show host Craig Ferguson on Twitter, you’re truly missing out on various and random pleasantries. He’s as delightful on social media as one would expect, and although he uses the platform to address professional matters (like how he won’t replace his replacement, James Corden), he also shares some periodic sunshine. That would include photos of his pets, Pippin and Seamus, in between other sharp-witted observations on life.
Picture for Craig Ferguson Marked His Joint Birthday With The Late Bob Saget By Tweeting A Bittersweet Message

Famous birthdays for May 17: Craig Ferguson, Taj Mahal

May 17 (UPI) -- Those born on this date are under the sign of Taurus. -- English physician Edward Jenner, developer of the smallpox vaccine, in 1749. -- Schuyler Wheeler, inventor of the electric fan, in 1860. -- Baseball Hall of Fame member James "Cool Papa" Bell in 1903. --...
Picture for Famous birthdays for May 17: Craig Ferguson, Taj Mahal

Craig Ferguson Blew Right Past Calls For Him To Return To ‘The Late Late Show’ While Sending A Message To James Corden

Ex-The Late Late Show host Craig Ferguson is beloved for damn good reason. In addition to being deeply, inherently funny, he’s an all-around classy bloke and so likable. After his decade long late-night stint ended in late 2014, Craig’s been doing his thing, which includes stand-up comedy touring and living to tell that tale. His particular brand of acerbic wit has been sorely missed since his departure, so naturally, when James Corden revealed that his own tenure on The Late Late Show would end in 2023, Twitter was awash with suggestions that Ferguson come back.

Craig Ferguson and Donald Faison Part of Alice in Wonderland TV Series

Disney Junior has a new show based on the world of Alice in Wonderland and both Craig Ferguson and Donald Faison are a part of the cast. Alice’s Wonderland Bakery continues the story of Alice in Wonderland but with Alice’s great-granddaughter. In the show, Libby Rue portrays this new Alice, Craig Ferguson is the Doorknob, and Donald Faison is Harry the March Hare.

Disney Junior announces an Alice in Wonderland animated series, starring Craig Ferguson and Donald Faison

Alice’s Wonderland Bakery centers on the great granddaughter of the original protagonist, with 13-year-old newcomer Libby Rue playing Alice. The animated program will see young Alice cook up a variety of “whimsical cakes and treats” at the Wonderland Bakery for familiar members of her fantastical local community. Ferguson will voice Doorknob while Faison will play Harry the March Hare.
The Manhattan Mercury

Craig Ferguson

Craig Raymond Ferguson, 75, of Bella Vista, Arkansas, passed away on July 17, 2021, after a courageous battle with cancer. Craig was born on June 17, 1946, in Manhattan, Kansas. He was predeceased by his parents Loren E. and Marjorie M. Ferguson, and a sister Lana Kay Ferguson. Craig is...

What Is an Industrial Vegan? Craig Ferguson's 'The Hustler' Has Vegans Wondering

If you’re unfamiliar with the term industrial vegan, you’re not alone. This fairly new descriptor entered the vernacular in June of 2021, when actor Craig Ferguson first questioned the meaning of so-called “industrial veganism” on his ABC game show, The Hustler. Since then, the internet has been abuzz with folks trying to understand what exactly defines an industrial vegan.

Craig Ferguson talks about hosting season 2 of 'The Hustler' on ABC

NEW YORK -- "The Hustler" is back for a second season with host Craig Ferguson on ABC. The game show has been called "The most diabolical game on television." "The thing I enjoy the most about this show is that I don't really host it, I play it along with everyone else," Ferguson said. "It's like being the dealer, not a drugs dealer, but a dealer at a cards game or something. Because I don't' know who 'The Hustler' is, I just play it, and it's kind of a dream job for me to be honest."