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Craig Strong (born Craig Michael Bistrong; January 17, 1968) is an American voice actor, actor and businessman.
Originally from Far Rockaway, Queens, New York he began his acting career as a student in 1988 at Ithaca College.
His parents are Richard and Susan Bistrong, he has three siblings Kim Bistrong, Mark Bistrong and Danny Bistrong.
His first job was as a bartender on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. He moved to Los Angeles in 1994, only to return to New York City a year later. He continued to study acting under the mentorship of William Esper and his studio. He returned to Los Angeles again three years later and wound up marrying fellow actress, Canadian American Tara Charendoff.
He has made many guest appearances on shows such as Beverly Hills, 90210 and Friends, as well as on soap operas and indie films. He also voiced Bam-Bam on the Cartoon Network Animated Series The Powerpuff Girls.
In 2001, Craig and Tara established VoiceStarz, Inc., an Internet-based company that teaches people how to get into the voice-over business, of which Craig is the C.E.O., in addition to acting as Tara's manager. In early 2004, Craig became a realtor for Keller Williams Realty, he also started his realty estate Strong & Prouty.
Both Craig and Tara are Jewish, though Tara, unlike Craig, follows the kosher dietary laws. The Strongs currently reside in Encino, California with their two sons, Sammy James Strong (b. February 5, 2002) and Aden Joshua Strong (b. August 25, 2004), and their two dogs, Abby and Baci.
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