University of Alberta
University of Alberta
| March 26, 1962 (age 53) (1962-03-26) Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA|
Los Angeles, California, United States
Actor, fight choreographer
Good Luck Charlie, Good Luck Charlie: It's Christmas!, Robin Hood: Men in Tights, The Hughleys, American Wedding
Jason Dolley, Leigh‑Allyn Baker, Bradley Steven Perry, Mia Talerico, Shane Harper
Eric Allan Kramer Wikipedia
Eric Allan Kramer (born March 26, 1962) is an American-Canadian character actor. He has appeared in numerous feature films and television programs including True Romance and Robin Hood: Men in Tights, but is best known for his role as Dave Rogers on The Hughleys and Bob Duncan on Good Luck Charlie from 2010–2014.
Kramer's father, Roger Kramer, is a former CFL player. Kramer attended the BFA program at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, which led to acting in the theater and some television and movie roles, as well as a career in fight choreography.
In 1987, Kramer made his acting debut in television film The Gunfighters. He also starred in the 1990 film Quest for the Mighty Sword, replacing previous lead actor Miles O'Keeffe. He played Thor in NBC's television film The Incredible Hulk Returns and a Russian baseball player in the television movie The Comrades of Summer. Among Kramer's more notable roles have been Little John in Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Bear in American Wedding, and Boris, bodyguard to producer Lee Donowitz, in True Romance. He has also appeared in a number of notable television series, including Two and a Half Men, Wizards of Waverly Place, Growing Pains, Cheers, Empty Nest, Blossom, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, NewsRadio, JAG, Roseanne, Murder, She Wrote, Seinfeld, That '70s Show, Ellen, Monk, Jack and Bobby, Phil of the Future, How I Met Your Mother, The King of Queens and My Name Is Earl. Kramer was also a series regular on the sitcom Bob as Whitey van de Bunt (1993) and the ABC/UPN sitcom The Hughleys as Dave Rogers.
Kramer continues to work on the stage as a member of the Antaeus Classical Rep Company in Los Angeles and received an Ovatti Award nomination for his role in The Wood Demon. He also co-starred as Bob Duncan on the Disney Channel sitcom Good Luck Charlie. He also played Link's dad in the Nickelodeon series The Thundermans.