In 2016, Craig won another Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show Host in his work on Celebrity Name Game.
In 2015, Craig won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show Host in his work on Celebrity Name Game.
Craig, even after mocking Twitter, has a Twitter account. His Twitter account name is CraigyFerg.
On January 5 and 6, 2009 Craig Ferguson announced on the Late Late Show that he wed over the December 2008 holidays. He flashed his wedding band to show the audience. Craig married art dealer Megan Wallace Cunningham.
Craig was previously afraid of flying, but now holds an FAA student pilot certificate which was gained in November 2007.
Craig always introduces himself as "TV's Craig Ferguson" on his opening monologues for The Late Late Show.
In his youth, Craig was a drummer in a punk rock band called "The Bastards From Hell."
Craig's interviewed his own sister, Lynn, on his show The Late Late Show in April 2008.
He had a chalazion (Cyst) surgically removed from his eyelid.
Craig began collecting honorary citizenships for cities and states around the United States, starting with Ozark, Arkansas, in June 2007. On January 25, 2008, he passed his test to become a citizen of the United States of America.
Craig decided to use an English accent for the character of Mr. Wick on The Drew Carey Show when the producers told him they wanted to make the character mean.
Craig big is a fan of Johnny Cash.
Craig started his own production company, Green Mountain West Incorporated, in 2006.
Craig was one of People Magazine's Sexiest Men Alive, 2006. He is found in the "Hooray for Gray!" section.
Craig released a rock album in 1988 entitled Mental...Bing Hitler Is Dead.
Craig was born in Glasgow, Scotland and has since lived in several places including London, Los Angeles and New York.
Prior to working on television, Craig held jobs as a bartender, a bouncer and he also worked in construction.
Craig has two sisters, Lynn and Janice, and a brother named Scott. Lynn and Scott are both also in the television business - Lynn being an actress/comedian and Scott working for STV (A Scottish television company).
Craig supports Scottish football (soccer) team Partick Thistle.
Craig Ferguson received his first Emmy nomination for the eulogy to his father, aired on January 30th, 2006.
The opening theme for The Late Late Show is sung by Craig Ferguson himself.
Craig Ferguson has written a book called "Between the Bridge and the River".
Craig's nickname is Bing Hitler. His childhood nickname was Tubby.
Craig has said one of his heroes is Sean Connery.
Craig has appeared in several movies including Trust Me and Niagara Motel. He has also been involved in the writing of movies such as Saving Grace - in which he also appeared - and I'll Be There.
Craig was married to Sascha Corwin Ferguson between July, 1998 and September, 2004 when they divorced. They had a son, Milo, who was born in 2001.
Craig plays the harp, guitar, and drums.
Craig is 6'2".
Craig Ferguson: This is my first week as an American citizen. It's amazing. Now I can vote in the general election- and for American Idol.
Craig Ferguson: (On longing to become an American citizen) I'm waiting for my date for the test. My son was born here. I pay taxes here. This is my life here. I'm an American in everything but paperwork.
Craig Ferguson: I got sober. I stopped killing myself with alcohol. I began to think: 'Wait a minute - if I can stop doing this, what are the possibilities?' And slowly it dawned on me that it was maybe worth the risk.
Craig Ferguson: It's totally free. It is the complete freedom of performance...The first time [the monologue is] performed is when you see it on TV, and it'll never be seen again. It's pure TV. Bam! It's there, and then it's gone.
Craig Ferguson: If you're frightened of leprechauns, the best thing to do is to get yourself a little leprechaun outfit and see how big they are. And then you'll go, 'Well I see. That's like bein' frightened of a hampster.'
Craig Ferguson: (On his idols) I have more than one. Johnny Carson, of course. David Letterman, again I would say of course. And Regis Philbin. He's good at talking when there's nothing worth talking about.
Craig Ferguson: Being the executive producer of a film is not that difficult. It just means that you have some power. There's not a huge amount of skill involved — I don't know how much I'm giving away here. I feel like that guy on Fox, giving away the magicians' tricks. It's not rocket science, being an executive producer of a film.
Craig Ferguson: I love the United States. I have applied for citizenship. I want to take the oath of allegiance on TV.
Craig Ferguson: I think I'll be Scottish in every movie I write. They always try to talk me out of it, but Woody Allen is always a nebbish New Yorker. Why shouldn't I be a goofy Glaswegian?
Craig Ferguson: I haven't had a drink in thirteen years, 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.