Craig Wollman is one of the premier commercial talents in the U.S.  Shortly after receiving his master’s degree from Tisch School of the Arts (NYU) in 1992, Craig started Word of Mouth Productions.  Since then, his face has been seen on TV commercials for Acura, Lowes, Cialis, Eliquis, Paxora, U.S. Postal Service, Continental Airlines, New York Stock Exchange to name a few.  He has also been the face of several print campaigns including Pfizer, Eliquis, Morgan Stanley among others.  Craig is represented in NY by Innovative Artists.

The suburban Philadelphia native’s voice was one of the on-air voices for Late Show with David Letterman.  Craig was the in show announcer for season 17 of The View. His other voice over work includes the ten-part narrated series on Animal Planet “Get Out There!”  He has also done promo work for AMC, NBC, NFL, Animal Planet, and TV or radio spots for Verizon, Lufthansa Airlines, Mellon Bank, AT&T, Sudafed, Smirnoff, Pfizer, Nationwide Insurance, and McDonald’s.

In 2015 Craig played the voice of “the GPS with a personality” in the feature film, Detours.  He also lent his voice to season two of the Netflix series, Unbreakable Kimmie Schmidt.

He is noted for his excellence at reading fast legal/fair balance copy.  Craig also is comfortable with complex medical and technical copy as a result of his engineering background.  He is an engineering graduate from Penn State University.

His production studio offers a wide array of major recording services including ISDN, phone patch, editing, all audio formats, edit to picture. His voice over and studio work combines his passions for creativity, artistry and technical abilities.

In addition to his 20 year career as a leading commercial actor, Craig is an accomplished singer/songwriter and composer.  He is also a pianist.  For relaxation, he takes to the slopes for some extreme skiing.

One of Craig’s most outstanding but least called-upon skills is his ability to make the most realistic cricket sound anyone has ever heard, often fooling the crickets.