Craig Foster Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Biography

Craig Foster
Craig Foster

Craig Foster is a documentary filmmaker, naturalist, and the originator of the Sea Change Project in South Africa know all about Craig Foster Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Salary, Education and Wiki Bio in this blog.Craig Foster  co-founded the Sea Change Project in 2012, a nonprofit organisation dedicated to protecting marine life and raising awareness about the value of South Africa’s kelp forest. He learnt certain animal tracking techniques from the San people of the Kalahari Desert while filming The Great Dance: A Hunter’s Story (2000) and My Hunter’s Heart (2010).

Craig Foster Wiki / Biography

Craig Foster is a documentary filmmaker, naturalist, and the originator of the Sea Change Project in South Africa. He is well recognised for his performance in the film My Octopus Teacher (2020), for which he received an Academy Award nomination in 2021. He lives in False Bay, Cape Town. Foster identified eight new shrimp species while conducting his underwater research. Heteromysis fosteri is the name of one of them.

Wiki Bio 
Name Craig Foster
Date of Birth1970

Age ( 2022 )
52 years

Place of Birth
South Africa

Nationality
South African 

Ethnicity
Black

Marital Status
Married

Education
Graduation

Profession
South African filmmaker

Last Update
March 2022
Craig Foster Family

Craig Foster Parents ( Mother, Father ) and Early Life

Craig Foster was born on this date in 1970. As of now, he is 52 years old. His horoscope sign is unknown. He is a South African citizen. His religious beliefs are unknown. His educational background is unknown. His parents’ identities and occupations have yet to be not revealed. Damon Foster, his brother, is a director who has worked with Craig. Damon has received more than 50 national and international honours.

Craig Foster Family

Family

Mother Name 
Not Known

Father Name 
Not Known

Siblings 
Damon

Craig Foster Wife

Craig Foster Wife

Craig Foster  married with his beautiful wife Swati Thiyagarajan.She is an environmental journalist and documentary filmmaker from India. She has been with NDTV for the past 20 years. They married in an Indian-style wedding on December 21, 2012.She was born in India but currently resides in Cape Town, South Africa. She is also a published author, with a book named Born Wild being released in 2017. From his former marriage, he has a son named Tom.

Wife

Marital Status
Married

Spouse / Partner
Swati Thiyagarajan

Children
Not Known

Craig Foster Net Worth

Craig Foster has an estimated Net Worth of $1 Million in 2022.He earns a good fortune from her hard work  hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

Name Craig Foster

Net Worth ( 2022 )

$1 Million

Income Source

South African documentary filmmaker, naturalist, and founder of the Sea Change Project.

Income / Salary
Under Review

Last Update

2022

Craig Foster Income Source and Salary

South African documentary filmmaker, naturalist, and founder of the Sea Change Project. Craig Foster work hard on various projects from where he earn a good amount of money.

Craig Foster Age, Height and Weight

Physical Status
Age52 years

Height
5.9’ft

Weight
68Kg

Eye Color

Dark Brown

Hair Color

Dark Brown

Craig Foster Ethnicity, Nationality and Religion

 EthnicityBlack 

Nationality
South African

Religion
Not Known

Craig Foster Career

Craig Foster  co-founded the Sea Change Project in 2012, a nonprofit organisation dedicated to protecting marine life and raising awareness about the value of South Africa’s kelp forest. He learnt certain animal tracking techniques from the San people of the Kalahari Desert while filming The Great Dance: A Hunter’s Story (2000) and My Hunter’s Heart (2010). Foster was the subject, producer, and photographer for Pippa Ehrlich and James Reed’s Netflix Original film My Octopus Teacher, which will be released in 2020.

The film is about his year of diving in the kelp forests of False Bay, near Cape Town in the Western Cape of South Africa, every day for a year. During that time, he met a common octopus who grew to trust him, and he returned to her every day for a year, filming her.

He began filming in 2010 and the film took ten years to complete. It was the first South African nature documentary to be shown on the Netflix Originals platform. Blue Planet II, episode 5 had previously shown underwater footage not shown in the film, but filmed by the same team at the same location and about the same subject.

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