Craig, who also speaks French, remained a core-cast member of the show for four years, winning the New Zealand audiences sympathy.Afterwards he appeared in several episodes of the internationally renowned TV-shows Xena - Warrior Princess and Young Hercules.It ultimately led to the death storyline of Toni Warner.He is the reigning champion of New Zealand's Celebrity Joker Poker. He's definitely out there to smack them around, and teach them a lesson, but he's doing it, in his head, for the good of France. He's a believer that the system must exist, and France only runs when the nobility and the royals behave as noble and royal.Parker starred as Darken Rahl in Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert's syndicated television series Legend of the Seeker.He also appears as Gaius Claudius Glaber in the Starz original series Spartacus: Blood and Sand, and Spartacus: Vengeance which premiered on 22 January 2010 and is also produced by Raimi and Tapert.
His big breakthrough came in 1992, when he was cast as "Guy Warner" for the popular New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street.
Not only did a LOT of shiz happen on the episode, but we got to know the new villain Narcisse, aka Craig Parker, a lot better. He had a father who was a monster, and taught him how to behave.
Which brings us to the conclusion that he will be duking it out with Mary aka Adelaide Kane a lot on the upcoming season. Narcisse has passed it on to his dear son Edward.' 'It was a marvelous scene.
He then gained more experience, working on various TV- and theatre-productions, such as Macbeth (1991), directed by Michael Hurst, and the NZ-series Gloss (1990).
He eventually became a well known face to NZ TV viewers.