Siddhesh Joshi (Editor)

Jeffrey Kramer

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Full Name  Jeffrey Kramer
Role  Film actor
Name  Jeffrey Kramer
Years active  1975–present
Occupation  Actor/Producer

Jeffrey Kramer iamediaimdbcomimagesMMV5BMTg5MTIwNjc1MV5BMl5
Born  July 15, 1945 (age 70) (1945-07-15) New York City, New York, United States
Other names  Glance Heavenward Jeffrey C. Kramer Jeff Kramer
TV shows  C.P.O. Sharkey, Struck by Lightning
Awards  Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series
Nominations  Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Animated Program
Movies  Jaws, Jaws 2, Halloween II, Santa Claus: The Movie, Hero and the Terror
Similar People  Jeannot Szwarc, Rick Rosenthal, David E Kelley, Jonathan Pontell, Bill Henderson

Jeffrey kramer accepts the tourette association lifetime achievement award at hollywood heals

Jeffrey Kramer (born July 15, 1945) is an American film and television actor and producer.


Jeffrey Kramer Jeffrey Kramer Internet Movie Firearms Database Guns

Life and career

Jeffrey Kramer Jeffrey Kramer LGOOH YouTube

Kramer was born in New York City and grew up in Teaneck, New Jersey, graduating from Teaneck High School with the Class of 1963. He made his first appearance on the TV series Barney Miller starring in the episode Snow Job as the "Stick Up Man". Then during the year he made an appearance in his first film, the Oscar-winning horror/thriller movie Jaws, playing Deputy Hendricks; he reprised the role in the sequel Jaws 2 in 1978; in 1976 he guest starred in Baretta. He appeared in the Joe Dante cult classic Hollywood Boulevard; during the credit sequence as a girl is walking down the boulevard, when Jeffrey's name pops up, there is a Jaws poster in the visible background. He appeared in the horror film Halloween II playing Graham, a dentist who examines dead Ben Tramer's body, believing him to be Michael Myers. And during the year he appeared in Heartbeeps as "Party Butler Robot" in the film. He then made an appearance on Happy Days starring in two episodes, The People vs. the Fonz as "Martin Smith" and Fonzie the Flatfoot as "Lefty". In 1985 he starred in Santa Claus: The Movie as "Towzer"; and finally made his last appearance in Ally McBeal in 1997 as a pedestrian. His most recent film is The 'burbs. Kramer has also produced many independent projects with young filmmakers. Kramer's Nephew in-law, John Birchall, is an American-British film engineer who has worked on many of Jeffery Kramer's independent projects.


  • Barney Miller (1975) (TV series) - Stick Up Man
  • Jaws (1975) (as Jeffrey C. Kramer) - Deputy Hendricks
  • Baretta (1976) (TV series) - Junkie
  • Speeding? (1976) (Short Film) - Speeder Directed by - Mitchell Block
  • Hollywood Boulevard (1976) - Patrick Hobby
  • Chico and the Man (1976) (TV series) - Rojo
  • Stick Around (1977) (TV) - Ed
  • You Light Up My Life (1977) - Background Singer
  • Jaws 2 (1978) - Deputy Hendricks
  • Soap (1978) (TV series) - Policeman #2
  • Struck by Lightning (1979) (TV series) - Ted Stein
  • M*A*S*H (1977–1980) (TV series) - Driver
  • Laverne & Shirley (1978–1981) (TV series) - Jeff
  • Halloween II (1981) - Graham
  • Heartbeeps (1981) - Party Butler Robot
  • The Incredible Hulk (1982) (TV series) - Marty Gibbs
  • Inside the Love House (1983) - Rick
  • Happy Days (1975–1984) (TV series) - Lefty / Martin Smith
  • American Dreamer (1984) - Gold Buddy #3
  • Santa Claus: The Movie (1985) - Towzer
  • Clue (1985) - The Motorist
  • Hero and the Terror (1988) - Dwight
  • The 'burbs (1989) - Voice-over actor (voice)
  • Ally McBeal (1997) (TV series) - Pedestrian
  • Producer

  • Armed & Famous (2007) (TV series) (executive producer) (1 episode)
  • Bigfoot Presents: Meteor and the Mighty Monster Trucks (2006) (TV series) (co-executive producer) (unknown episodes)
  • The Big Empty (2003) (executive producer)
  • A Time for Dancing (2000) (producer)
  • The Practice (1997–1999) (TV series) (co-executive producer) (56 episodes) (producer)
  • Ally (1999) (TV series) (co-executive producer) (unknown episodes)
  • Ally McBeal (1997–1999) (TV series) (co-executive producer) (8 episodes)
  • Chicago Hope (1994) (TV series) (producer) (##unknown episodes##)
  • References

    Jeffrey Kramer Wikipedia

    Similar Topics
    David E Kelley
    Jeannot Szwarc
    Jonathan Pontell