Adam Jamal Craig stars in CBS's "NCIS: Los Angeles" as Dominic Vail.

Adam Jamal Craig's television credits include roles on "The Office," "Heroes," "Crossing Jordan," "Las Vegas" and "The OC."

In his spare time, Craig enjoys physical computing/hacking, which is making electronic devices, or using pre-existing devices in a way that they were not originally intended (i.e. turning an old VCR into an automatic cat feeder). Craig's passion for computer technology began when he was a youngster. At the age of 12, he was kicked off AOL for hacking. Currently, he owns a computer consulting company called HyperNerd Inc.

Craig also enjoys spending time in the great outdoors. His hobbies include cycling, scuba diving and school games like kickball. Recently, he went to the championship kickball tournament in San Diego.

Craig received his B.A. in Media Communications from Webster University in St. Louis. Following graduation from college, he began honing his acting chops while studying for three years under Chick Venera. He also studied with the Groundlings.

Craig's hometown is Olathe, Kansas. His great uncle is baseball legend Bob Gibson, who played for the St. Louis Cardinals.

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Birthday: September 3
Hometown: Olathe, KS

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