|Date of Birth||January 13, 1987|
|Origin||Burlington, Vermont, USA|
Life and Career
Parker Croft was born in Burlington, Vermont and raised in Northern Vermont. His mother, Juliet McVicker, is a jazz singer; his father, Parker Hendrick Croft, Jr., is an architect and painter. Prior to his graduation from the White Mountain School, Parker received a scholarship to the Perry Mansfield School for the Performing Arts, a summer school for aspiring teen actors. This led him to New York City, where he completed study at the Stella Adler Studio, the William Esper Studio, and the Hubert Berghof Studio.
Croft made his acting debut in 2006 in the teen movie Hooking Up which focuses on the relationships of three girls and four guys. He then went on to appear in Were the World Mine, an independent musical film based on Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Croft then went on to work in television, appearing in shows such as Nip/Tuck and The Back Nine. In 2010, Croft wrote and starred in Falling Overnight which was nominated for several awards. Croft returned to television after his first successful film, appearing in The Nuclear Family and 1600 Penn.
Gallery of behind the scene stills released to promote the actor.