Scotland-born and New York-based entertainer Craig Ferguson has found success as an actor, musician, comedian and late-night host. After various gigs as a drummer in rock and punk bands, he began appearing in British sitcoms and making the rounds on the stand-up circuit. Ferguson moved to Los Angeles in 1994 and found himself working with American icons Betty White and Marie Osmond before earning his breakthrough role as Drew Carey's boss on The Drew Carey Show. His seven-year run with the show and over-the-top English accent opened several other television opportunities for him, and he eventually became the host of CBS's The Late Late Show. Ferguson hosted the popular talk-show from 2004-2014 and occasionally acts in supporting roles on major films.