Craighill Fowler was born on March 5, 1926 in Los Angeles, California. As Craig Hill He spent the first have of the decade of the 1950s as a contract player for 20th Century Fox Studios. Craig was seen in minor roles in such films as “All About Eve” and “Cheaper by the Dozen” both in 1950. “What Price Glory” (1952). He was loaned out to Paramount where he appeared in “Detective Story” (1951) as a prison-bound first time offender. He then appeared at P.T. Cooper along with co-star Kenneth Toby in the TV series “Whirlybirds” from 1957-1963. After the series ended he took off to Spain to appear in “Hands of a Gunman” (1965). He would continue to make films in Europe and the U.S. such as “The Swinger” (1966) with Ann-Margaret for the next year or two but by the late 1960s he had taken up residence in Spain and has never left. Craig appeared in 16 Euro-westerns from the previously mentioned “Hands of a Gunman” (1965) until “Court Martial” (1977). He starred in such films as “The Taste of Killing” (1966), “Bury Them Deep” (1967), “15 Scaffolds for a Killer” and “I Want Him Dead” (1968), “Drummer of Vengeance” (1971), “Return of the Holy Ghost” and “Stay Away from Trinity... When He Comes to El Dorado” both in 1972 and “My Horse, My Gun, Your Widow” (1975). In 1990 he married actress Teresa Gimpera [1936- ] and the couple moved to Barcelona. Craig continued to appear in films and television productions. His last film appearance was in “Platillos volantes” in 2003. Today we celebrate the 85th birthday of Craig Hill.