During the first half of the year, Craig's character, Tom Smith, annoyed several million people on the East Coast of the US, appearing several times a day pitching "Optimum Voice." Finally, in May, the campaign came to an end.
Craig recorded a variety of spots for Call Source.
The director and casting director of My Name Is Jason Scott have hired Craig to reprise his happy, obnoxious yuppie character in this Lion's Gate feature based on the 2004 short, My Name Is....
Craig is the legal voice on several Barcley's Bank and iShares spots.
Craig recorded several spots for Spot Runner, the first Internet-based ad agency that makes it easy and affordable for local businesses to advertise on TV.
Craig was cast as "Tom Smith," an over-the-top 1950's era pitchman for a Cablevision campaign. These six spots will be aired in those cities that offer Cablevision to introduce "Optimum Voice," Cablevision's VoIP (voice over IP) product.
Craig was a featured actor in My Name Is... (Jason Scott) starring 3rd Rock From the Sun's French Stewart. In April, the award-winning film (directed by Don Handfield and produced by NBC's Terence Carter) played at several festivals including Rome, Houston, and Coachella.
In April, Craig received the "JetBlue Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film" award at the Method Fest Film Festival for his portrayal of an in-the-closet father of teenagers.

Co-starring 1970's cult movie queen P.J. Soles (as his wife) and featuring MTV sensation Wee Man, Pee Stains and Other Disasters was nominated for six awards. Craig was nominated with Tom Sizemore (known for dozens of movies including Saving Private Ryan), Christopher Masterson (the oldest brother in TV series Malcolm in the Middle), Jorge Garcia (star of the TV series Lost) and Xavier Jimenez. Other winners included multi-Emmy and multi-Tony recipient Tovah Feldshuh, who took home the Best Supporting Actress award for her performance in The Tollbooth.
Pee Stains and Other Disasters, a coming-of-age movie featuring Craig, played at the BUFF Film Festival in Sweden.
They Shoot Movies, Don't They?, a film that played on Bravo/IFC over twenty times and was shown at the 2004 Oldenburg Film Festival, was the featured movie at New York's Anthology Film Archives' new filmmakers' series. Craig was a featured actor in this movie and one of its executive producers, of which the LA Times said, "It truly blurs the lines between fiction and what is real."
Craig re-voiced the new version of a very popular Japanese video game for the U.S. market. Currently under a non-disclosure agreement, Craig must withhold the name of this product until its release.