Long Beach Port Harbor Patrol officer and straight shooter, who enjoys his personal watercraft and playing drums in a surf-rock cover band.
Eric Allan Kramer was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan. His father, Roger Kramer, played football in the CFL, moving the family to Canada. Eric received his Bachelor in Fine Arts (acting) at the University of Alberta and worked across Canada as an actor, director, and fight choreographer in stage and film projects that ranged from Shakespeare to The Rocky Horror Picture Show. A chance opening brought him south to Los Angeles to work with Gary Sandy (WKRP in Cincinnati) in a production of The Foreigner that ran at the La Mirada Theatre. Shortly afterwards, he landed the role of Thor in The Incredible Hulk Returns — the project that kept him in Los Angeles. He has since guest-starred and recurred on numerous series including Murder She Wrote, Roseanne, Cheers, Wings, Seinfeld, Ellen, Lois and Clark, Newsradio, Mad About You, Murphy Brown, Arli$$, That ’70s Show, Two and a Half Men, The King of Queens, Will and Grace, Monk, How I Met Your Mother, CSI, My Name is Earl, Wizards of Waverly Place, NCIS, Hot in Cleveland, Bones, Mike & Molly, The Librarians,and Shooter. Kramer has also starred in several series including Down Home, Bob, The Hughleys, Hollywood Residential, and Guidance. He is better known as 'Evilman' in Nickelodeon’s The Thundermans and 'Bob Duncan' in the Emmy®-nominated Disney series Good Luck Charlie. A partial list of movies includes Robin Hood: Men in Tights, True Romance, Hollywood High, The Rough Riders, American Wedding, Grilled, Maneater, Flying By, Surviving Gilligan’s Island, Atlas Shrugged, and Pitching Tents.