Craig McLachlan is an Australian actor, musician and singer and composer. He was born September 1, 1965 in Long Jetty, New South Wales. He first appeared on Australian television in a guest role on 'The Young Doctors'. He was then cast as Henry Ramsay in the television soap ‘Neighbours’. After appearing in more than 800 episodes and winning the Gold Logie Award for Most Popular Personality on Australian Television (1990) and Silver Logie, he was contracted to Seven Network's ‘Home and Away’, playing schoolteacher Grant Mitchell. McLachlan enjoyed international success in a concurrent pop music career. He had hits in Australian and the UK with a remake of the Bo Diddley song ‘I Need You Baby (Mona)’ and with self-penned songs ‘Amanda’, ‘One Reason Why’ and ‘On My Own’. He toured the UK and Europe with his band Check 1-2. McLachlan returned to Australia in 2012 to work on the television series, ‘The Doctor Blake Mysteries’, a period crime drama set in Ballarat in 1959–60. In 2013, McLachlan was again cast as Frank N Furter in a revival of The Rocky Horror Show touring Australia in 2014. In 2015 McLachlan took part in the documentary special, ‘Neighbours 30th: The Stars Reunite’.