Craig Anderson first found success upon the boards of Broadway presenting plays that sensitively explored the complexities of the human condition, and after producing and/or directing over 30 productions in New York, he returned to his native California and formed Craig Anderson Productions.
Currently, the company is expanding its slate to encompass series, limited series, and independent features.
Projects in development include: “Affairs to Remember”, a six-hour limited series for USA, “The Essie Mae Williams Story” for HBO, and a 12-hour limited series based on Pat Conroy’s “The Prince of Tides” for ABC. Upcoming television movie projects are “The Buffalo Soldier” by best-selling author Chris Bohjalian, and “Welcome to Club Divorce”, “The Elevator”, and “Heavens to Betsy”, for Lifetime. “The Key”, “Lights Out”, “Rules of War”, and “Breakshots” are among the feature films in development
CRAIG ANDERSON PRODUCTIONS continues its tradition of creating powerful, thought-provoking human dramas that seek to enlighten, entertain and emphasize the best in human behavior.