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An American-Canadian actor, Eric Allan Kramer is best known for playing Bob Duncan in the Disney TV series “Good Luck Charlie.” His father played football well. Eric received his BFA from the “University of Alberta” in Edmonton, where he also had the chance to perform in supporting roles in movies and television shows. He also became intrigued by the choreography of fights. He made his acting debut in the western television film “The Gunfighters.” Then, in the television film “The Incredible Hulk Returns,” he made an appearance as the “Marvel” superhero “Thor.” His early acting career was primarily made up of TV roles in shows like “Murder, She Wrote,” “Down Home,” and “Empty Nest.” He has also appeared in the movies “Pitching Tents,” “High School High,” and “Quest for the Mighty Sword.” He still performs on stage with the Antaeus Classical Rep Company in Los Angeles, and his role in the comedic drama “The Wood Demon” earned him a nomination for a “Ovatti Award.” His fans enjoy watching him perform on TV, and his bulky build helps him land the kinds of parts he is best suited for.

Early Childhood & Life

Eric was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in the US on March 26, 1962. ‘Canadian Football League’ player Roger Kramer was his father. People anticipated Eric, who had a large build, would carry on his father’s legacy.
He obtained his high school diploma from Jasper Place High School in Alberta, Canada, and his bachelor’s degree in fine arts from the University of Alberta in Edmonton. He had several cameo appearances in TV shows and movies when he was a student. He also became interested in the choreography of fights about this period.
He often went to the gym and had studied some martial arts. On the recommendation of a buddy named Gary Sandy, he ultimately relocated to Los Angeles and made the decision to pursue a full-time career in the entertainment industry.

Career of Eric Allan Kramer

Kramer made his acting debut in the 1987 western television film “The Gunfighters,” playing the role of “Luke Collins.” The following year, he made a cameo as the made-up superhero “Thor” in the NBC television film “The Incredible Hulk Returns.” For his physique in both films, he garnered favorable reviews.

His early career was primarily devoted to television. on the late 1980s, he made appearances on the television shows “Cheers,” “Growing Pains,” “Roseanne,” and “Murder, She Wrote.” In the sitcom “Down Home” from 1990 to 1991, he landed the recurring part of “Drew McCrorey,” and from 1991 to 1994, he had a similar character in the NBC serial “Empty Nest.” Despite playing modest roles, he began to gain notoriety in the entertainment industry.
He made appearances in the Italian movie “Quest for the Mighty Sword,” the musical comedy “Robin Hood: Men in Tights,” and the black comedic romance “True Romance” in the early 1990s.

From 1995 to 2000, he moved back to concentrate on TV. He made appearances in several American television series and rose to fame. He demonstrated his versatility in roles such as the “Colonel” in the courtroom drama “JAG” and the spouse in the British sitcom “Men Behaving Badly.” He made an appearance as “Hulk” in the film “High School High” at this time.

Positive reviews were given to his roles as “Irving” in the comedy “Grilled” and “Steve” in the direct-to-video drama “Flying By.” During this time, he also became well-known on television and appeared in shows including “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “Hollywood Residential,” and “Maneater.”
In the television series “Good Luck Charlie,” he was cast as Bob Duncan, a career-defining role, in 2010. His performance was well-liked by his followers and went viral on social media.

He recently had appearances in the films “Pitching Tents” and “LA Apocalypse.” He currently plays Scott Mills, the series’ main character, in the comedy-drama “Lodge 49.” Eric has made significant progress in the entertainment business over the past 30 years and has gained the admiration of his followers.

Bigger Works of Eric Allan Kramer

Quest for the Mighty Sword (1990), True Romance (1993), High School High (1996), Flying By (2009), Mostly Ghostly: Have You Met My Ghoulfriend (2014), and Pitching Tents (2017) are a few of his most notable movies.
The Gunfighters (1987), Murder, She Wrote (1988), Doctor Doctor (1990), Empty Nest (1991-1994), Platypus Man (1995), Men Behaving Badly (1997), Pacific Blue (1998), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2005-2009), Good Luck Charlie (2010-2014), The Librarians (2016), and Lodge 49 (2018) are some of his most well-liked TV projects.

Recognition & Achievements

He received a “Ovatti Award” nomination for his work in the comic play “The Wood Demon.”

Individual Life of Eric Allan Kramer

Allan is still a performing member of the Los Angeles company “Antaeus Classical Rep Company.” His 6 feet 3 inch monster of a frame helps him land suitable parts. He enjoys going to the gym and is aware of his physique.
He weighed 260 pounds while “Good Luck Charlie” was being filmed. His knees began to ache as a result. He lost 35 pounds and added muscle thanks to consistent gym exercises and a tight diet.
According to rumors, he wed James Bonci in 2013 and the couple have children. However, Eric then denied ever having been married, which fuelled more claims that he was gay. However, there are no verified rumors regarding his sexual preference or private life.

Net worth of Eric Allan Kramer

The estimated net worth of Eric Allan Kramer is about $1 million.


As the ‘Marvel’ superhero ‘Thor’ in a live-action film, he is the first actor to play the part.