Stefan and Craig

Stefan and Craig

Stefan and Craig are Australia's hottest up and coming comedy duo.


Stefan and Craig are Australia‘s hottest up and coming comedy duo. Famed for their video stunts, stupid dares, silly characters and slightly left of centre banter, Stefan & Craig have accomplished a lot in little time. Most notably: They played Megadeth on ABC Radio, found out Geoffrey Rush‘s porn name, serenaded Fifi Box, had Shaun Micallef record their voicemail and the highligh they sang ”I‘m a Little Teapot“ with Noni Hazlehurst.

The boys met at the prestigious Victorian College of the Arts in 2002 and became best mates immediately. They argue that much of their first material was developed around a toaster in their share house kitchen. Trained actors, Stefan and Craig have collectively appeared on; City Homicide, Blue Heelers, Hawke, Newstopia, Bed of Roses and Dead Normal with numerous theatre credits including Melbourne Theatre Company and Company B (Belvoir Street)

After years in community radio and an award for ’Best Flagship Team‘ (2009 SYN Awards) Triple M agreed to put these two on air. Late at night. In Brisbane. This has been a dream job for Stefan & Craig and for those that can‘t tune in, their highlights appear 24hours a day on digital comedy station; Barry, where the boys are also the voice of Barry and major sponsor, Lockwood.

Their antics can also be viewed on their well followed facebook group ’Stefan & Craig‘ and late 2010 will see the debut of their TV show ’Stefan & Craig Slightly Live‘.

These are humble beginnings for Stefan & Craig but be sure to keep your eyes peeled as they are sure to bounce onto your TV, radio, or web page sometime in the near future.

Stefan Taylor

Stefan was raised in the Adelaide countryside and devoted much of his early years to sport, often devoting entire weekends to Football, Rugby and Basketball. However, after being cast in the year twelve end of year play, Stefan was well and truly bitten by the acting bug.

After graduating high school in 2000, he gained entry into the Centre of Performing Arts, Adelaide, where he studied for one year before being accepted into the prestigious Victorian College of the Arts.

Since graduating the VCA in 2004, Stefan has worked extensively as an actor, appearing in productions for Red Stitch Actor‘s theatre, Fly on the wall productions and Blue Rose theatre. His television credits include City Homicide and the Chanel Ten‘s television movie Hawke.

In early 2010, Stefan was cast in the part of Tim, in the feature film The Dream Children, slated for release in 2011. (Fat Kid Films Ltd.)

2010 has been a busy year for Stefan, he was a state finalist in Triple J‘s Raw Comedy competition, and he has been busy working on his TV show‘ Stefan & Craig, Slightly live‘ for channel 31 Melbourne. He also co-host ’Stefan & Craig‘on Triple M Brisbane on Tuesday nights, highlights of which can be heard on the digital radio station Barry. He has written for BEAT magazine and is currently working on his first feature film script.

Craig Annis

A blue eyed boy from NSW central coast Craig always loved performing. From Winnie the Pooh to school choir, Craig was always on stage. After graduating Newtown High School of the Performing Arts in 2001, Craig went straight to the prestigious Victorian College of the Arts graduating in 2004.

As an actor Craig has worked extensively in theatre for Melbourne Theatre Company, Red Stitch Actors Company, Hothouse Theatre Company and Company B; Belvoir Street. His television credits include Blue Heelers, Satisfaction, Bed Of Roses, Dead Gorgeous, I Can‘t Believe It‘s Not Better, Newstopia and Oosh. As a comedian, he was a RAW Victorian State finalist in 2005 and has performed in a number of corporate environments.

Craig‘s debut solo standup show ’The Begetting of a Gallant Heart‘ was critically acclaimed and performed to numerous sold out audiences. Craig‘s alter ego Nan Evans has performed at the Sydney Comedy Festival, written for ’Ha! Magazine‘and was famed for numerous radio prank calls. For a number of years Craig was the voice and face of Boost Juice Bars, including a stint in the UK promoting the Boost Juice and its involvement with Nestle. Next time you‘re in a live studio audience, Craig could be warming you up or next time you listen to Austereo, chances are you‘ll hear his voice, either as a voice over, or, on his Triple M show ’Stefan & Craig‘. If you happen to miss their Tuesday night show, be sure to catch them on digital comedy station ’Barry‘.

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