Michael Cram

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Michael Cram
Born (1968-07-11) July 11, 1968 (age 48)
Cornwall, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Actor, singer-songwriter

Michael Cram (born July 11, 1968) is a Canadian actor as well as a singer-songwriter.


Early life[edit]

He grew up in Ottawa and attended Hillcrest High School then studied economics at Carleton University then studied theatre at The Center For Actor Study in Toronto. He has also lived and worked in Toronto as well as Vancouver and Los Angeles. Cram lives with his wife, an information architect, and their Rhodesian Ridgeback Ty in Los Angeles. Michael Cram has a younger brother, Bruce who is a real-estate agent and lives in Toronto with his wife and two kids.[1]

Music career[edit]

Cram has been a member of Redchair, Amsterdam and Cold House.[2] November 6, 2011 he played a gig with his former Flashpoint Co-star Amy Jo Johnson at the Free Times Cafe in Toronto.[3]

Acting career[edit]

He is probably best known for his role as Kevin "Wordy" Wordsworth in the hit television series Flashpoint[4] and Tim in the Drama Comedy Horror film He Never Died.[5]



Year Title Role Notes
2007 Empire of Dirt Doc Baker
2015 He Never Died Tim


Year Title Role Notes
2008 Flashpoint (TV series) Kevin "Wordy" James Wordsworth Series Regular
2013 Rookie Blue Kevin Ford 4 episodes
2014 Covert Affairs Harris Wilson / The Postman Guest Star
2015 Arrow (TV series) Malcolm's Friend Guest Star "Uprising"
2016 NCIS Agent Earl Kitt, ATF Guest Star "Loose Cannons"
2016 Shadowhunters Detective Fisk 2 episodes "Major Arcana"


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