Nothing is known about Craig's life before or as the outbreak began, except that he had a brother named Ethan. He may have lived in or near the D.C. area.
When Andy arrives at the Savior outpost, he shows the head of "Gregory" in exchange for his captured friend. After the Saviors accept the gift, one of them brings out Craig, badly beaten, who is then promptly rescued by Rick's group. He rests in one of the cars with Tara, Gabriel, Andy and Jesus until the attack begins, in which he and Andy drive back to Hilltop.
Craig is among the several Hilltoppers killed during the Saviors' tainted weapons attack on Hilltop. He was either killed during the battle itself or was injured and later succumbed to his wounds from the tainted weapons.
- Killed By
Following the Saviors' attack on the Hilltop, Craig is among the residents killed in battle or devoured by his reanimated militia members, who succumbed to the infection after being wounded by tainted weapons on Simon's orders.
- The Militia (Out of Mercy, Off-Screen)
Craig is later put down to prevent reanimation.
This list shows the victims Craig has killed:
- Possibly numerous counts of zombies
Craig and Ethan are never seen interacting on-screen, but it would be safe to assume they were close considering that they are brothers, their closeness is further solidified by the fact that he was willing to kill Gregory to ensure his brothers safe return. How Craig reacts upon learning of Ethan's death is unclear.
- "Not Tomorrow Yet" (No Lines)
- ↑ Craig has not been seen since Season 6 and several events have occurred that left his fate unclear. However, with the Saviors' tainted weapons attack on the Hilltop, several people are killed as indicated by dialogue in the episode and the large amount of additional graves shown in the graveyard. Because of this, and Craig's continued absence, it is likely he is among the casualties of All Out War, if he did not die sooner.