Ross Kramer

Ross has been on stage in more than 50 plays, ranging from comedy to drama to musicals. Some favorite roles include: Algernon in The Importance of Being Earnest, Georg in She Loves Me, originating the role of Adam in Galatea, George in All My Sons, and appearing as Jerry in The Zoo Story directed by Edward Albee. He toured nationally as Feste in Twelfth Night and was seen in New York as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet and the American premiere of The National Theatre of England’s production of The Force of Habit. Recently, Ross wrote and starred in the upcoming film The Space Between.  He was seen in the award-winning independent film Heroes and has appeared on sitcoms, dramas and commercials. In addition, Ross is ½ of the successful and dynamic duo “Ross and Kendra.”  This versatile pairing, starring Ross and his partner Kendra Munger, perform Broadway and Pops concerts throughout the country.

Along with his acting talents, Ross is an accomplished director and has worked with many of Los Angeles’ most prominent companies such as: VS. Theatre Company, West Coast Ensemble, Moving Arts, and Eclectic Theatre Company. Ross’ work was recently featured as part of The Car Plays which were performed at La Jolla Playhouse, Segerstrom Center for the Arts, and Radar LA International Theatre Festival. This past season, his production of He Said, She Said was part of The Great Plains Theatre Conference in Omaha, NE which highlights new American theatre. Ross has won multiple awards for his directing work including the prestigious Communicator and W3 Awards for excellence in media.

Ross lives in Los Angeles with his ever supportive and beautiful wife Amy, amazing and incredibly energetic children Jory and Alana and his faithful companion Emmy whom the family affectionately calls “Poopie” (don’t ask!).


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