Craig Mitch is the future of modern entertainment. Craig began his journey into the entertainment industry at the age of 10 when he won a child-modeling contest, which led to a 2-year modeling contract. In that space of time he featured in over 8 adverts and landed a short acting role in the BBC drama “Baby Father” where he starred in scene alongside Angela Griffin. From then Craig knew television was for him. Although he loved acting and modeling, Craig’s mum pulled him out to focus on his education.
After completing school and college, it was in his first year at University that he created the critically acclaimed blog Mitch and Suave (2010). Since the inception of Mitch and Suave, Craig has interviewed some of the world’s biggest celebrities and has covered some of the UK’s biggest media events including Capital FM Summertime Ball, BRIT Awards, Leeds: Party In The Park, Def Comedy Jam UK and The Hits Radio: Future Hits Live.
In 2012, Craig co-created and presented on his very own TV show “Kebabs, Lads & Shinpads”. The football magazine show started on Youtube and became such a hit that it earned a television commission within a year on SKY channel Trace Sports Stars.
In 2013, after 3 years working in a duo, Craig decided to call it a day with Mitch and Suave to focus on a solo career.
He represents a new generation of talented presenters who are at the helm of online entertainment. Through the use of his previous blog, Craig built a reputation within the industry as a tastemaker for music which has lead him to co-host the UKG News segment on BBC Radio 1Xtra and earn him a place on the MOBO music panel, which involved selecting the 2013 MOBO nominations.
In this short space of time, Craig has built up an impressive CV working for some of the Internets biggest platforms including MTV, GRM Daily and most recently Flavour Mag.
He is now the main presenter on JD Sports football channel JD Football and is a television pundit for the Premier League on their international show PL: Kick Off which is seen by more than 90 million people worldwide.Tweet