Craig Rowin is an Emmy-nominated writer living in Los Angeles. Craig has recently written for "Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later" on Netflix, the Triumph Election special for Hulu and The Independent Spirit Awards for IFC. He plays Claude on the [adult swim] live-action series "Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell."
He has also written for Comedy Central's "@midnight," "The Jack and Triumph Show" on [adult swim], and acted as head writer of ABC's "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" and Comedy Central’s “Night of Too Many Stars.”
On the web, Craig created the series “Please Give Me One Million Dollars,” which convinced the world that he received one million dollars just by asking for it. The series was featured on the Daily News, “Anderson Cooper 360” and international news stations. Craig has worked as head writer and director of ESPN’s web series “The Pretty Good Sports Show,” and wrote and hosted VH1’s webcast, Best Night Ever. He has contributed to The Onion and has written and appeared in videos for Above Average, College Humor and UCBComedy.
Craig performs improv every Tuesday night at the Upright Citizens Brigade in LA with the group Tuesday Club. In NY, he was a member of The Law Firm and The Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Company. He has written and performed in numerous shows at the UCB Theatre including Assscat, Rory and Craig: Our Internet Knowledge, Dog Fleet, Maude Night, Killgore: The Resurrection, and many more.