Clayne Crawford

Clayne Crawford was born on April 20, 1978 in Clay, Alabama, USA. He is an actor and director, known for I passi dell'amore (2002), Wristcutters - Una storia d'amore (2006) and The Perfect Host (2010). He is married to Sunshine Kiki Brown.

Was engaged to actress Sunny Mabrey in 2002. They have since split.
Clayne moved to Hollywood right after high school.
Father of Colt Crawford.
Clayne filmed Tinker (2017) in his hometown of Clay, Alabama, with his son Colton (Colt for short), and his home was even used as a location for it.
Was once engaged to a woman named Sunny and then married another woman named Sunshine.
Owns a farm in Alabama and lives there with his wife and two children.
Graduated from Hewitt-Trussville High School in Jefferson County, Alabama.
Between acting gigs he used to work as a construction worker.
Declined playing Martin Riggs in Lethal Weapon (2016) a number of times before finally reading the script and deciding he'd take the part.
Went to UCLA and even played basketball until he suffered a knee injury.
Took acting classes, at The Ardavany Approach, with Josh Holloway and Matt Gerald.
Born Joseph Crawford, but changed his name to honor both his grandfather, whose first name was Clan, and his hometown, Clay, Alabama.

Known For

Credits

Cast Credits

Live with Kelly & Ryan (2017)
Guest starring as Clayne Crawford
Lethal Weapon (2016)
Starring as Detective Martin Riggs (33 episodes)
NCIS: New Orleans (2014)
Guest starring as Cade Lambert (3 episodes)
Graceland (2013)
Guest starring as Donnie Banks
  • Episode 1x01: Pilot (Jun 6, 2013)
Rectify (2013)
Starring as Ted Talbot Jr.
The Talk (2011)
Guest starring as Clayne Crawford
Justified (2010)
Guest starring as Lance (3 episodes)
Leverage (2008)
Guest starring as Mr. Quinn (2 episodes)
Criminal Minds (2005)
Guest starring as Vincent
24 (2001)
Guest starring as Kevin Wade (9 episodes)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000)
Guest starring as Henry McFadden
Guest starring as Tommy Ruby
Roswell (1999)
Guest starring as Billy Darden (2 episodes)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997)
Guest starring as Rodney