Craig Johnson’s earliest memory of horror cinema was watching Universal’s Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman on BBC2 with his father in the 1970s; a film which ignited an abiding love of the genre that lasts to this day.
A self-confessed horror addict, encompassing both cinema and literature, he cites Val Lewton, Mario Bava, Ramsey Campbell, Thomas Ligotti and Laird Barron among his influences.
After studying theatre at Brunel University, Craig founded The Pandemonium Circus Theatre Company, which staged productions on the London fringe. After taking a break from the arts he returned in 2013 as creator and producer of the annual Ghost Stories for Christmas charity fundraiser in Brighton.
Fragments of Fear marks his first television performance.