Ken Kramer was born in 1940 in Canada, and was studying theatre in England when he met and married Sue Richmond (Sue Kramer) where they both graduated from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. They formed the Globe Theatre in Regina, Saskatchwan in 1966 as a children's touring company. By 1970, the Globe was adding adult productions, and in 1974 mounted a full adult season, including at least one new Canadian play in the lineup. Ken acted in or directed many of the Globe's ambitious productions, including Macbeth (1985), Cyrano de Bergerac (1986), and King Lear (1986). In 1988, he was named to the Order of Canada. In 1990, he was awarded a Lifetime Award for Excellence in the Arts by the Saskatchewan Arts Board. After enormous success with the Globe Theater Ken left the theater for green pastures in Vancouver BC where he has worked steadily in movies, television and doing voice work. As a movie actor he has been in The Fantastic Four (2005), played a doctor in a hilarious scene that found him going toe to toe with Marlon Wayans in Little Man (2006) and played Gordon Trescott in No Men Beyond This Point (2015). As a television actor he was a series regular on A Nero Wolfe Mystery (2001-2002), played Fritz Sauckel alongside Alec Baldwin in the TV Series Nuremberg (2000). He's fought in court with MacGyver (1990), worked a case with Fox Mulder (1996) and brought Joan Rivers to tears in Tears and Laughter: The Joan and Melissa Rivers Story (1994). Also known in the industry for his impeccable voice work - Ken brought his Shakespearean gravitas to animated features like Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG - Individual Eleven (2005) and as Master Bai-Luan in Sword of the Stranger (2007) and recently did the lead voice of Asterix in Asterix and Obelix: Mansion of the Gods (2014).
|Titolo Film||Data di Uscita|
|The Professor (O.V.)||20 June 2019|