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Born in Chester, England this British actor grew up in Liverpool. At 16, he moved to London to train at the National Youth Theatre and later graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Daniel's career began with "The Power of One" (1992) directed by John G. Avildsen, wherein he played an Afrikaner soldier.
Daniel first shot to stardom with his performance in the award-winning BBC2 drama series "Our Friends In The North" (1996). 2002 confirmed Daniel's status as one of the UK's finest actors, when he starred in Oscar-winner Sam Mendes' acclaimed crime drama, "Road to Perdition". The film follows the story of a hit man and his son trying to avenge the murders of their family. Daniel's other BBC credits include The Trench in 1999, and The Ice House in 1997. Daniel performed along side in Roger Michell's 2004 thriller "Enduring Love". He also starred in Michell's 2003 film "The Mother".
His first mainstream leading role as a poet, Ted Hughes, husband to feminist icon Sylvia Plath (Gwyneth Paltrow), who committed suicide after he left their deteriorated marriage in Christine Jeffs' "Sylvia" (2003).
On October 9, 2005 the News of the World revealed that Craig had been having a liaison with Sienna Miller, Craig's co-star in Layer Cake. Miller had recently been engaged to Jude Law, who had previously had an affair with his children's nanny in July. Daniel is great pals with supermodel Kate Moss, although he denies the much-talked-about rumors of a romance.