Michael Cram

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Michael Cram
Born July 11, 1968
Cornwall, Ontario, Canada
 
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Michael Cram
Born July 11, 1968
Cornwall, Ontario, Canada

Michael Cram (born July 11, 1968) is a Canadian actor as well as a singer-songwriter. He is probably best known for his role as Kevin "Wordy" Wordsworth in the hit television series Flashpoint . He grew up in Ottawa, he has also been a member of Redchair, Amsterdam and Cold House. Before becoming an actor, Cram studied economics at Carleton University then studied theatre at William Davis Centre for Actors Study in Toronto. He has also lived and worked in Toronto as well as Vancouver. Cram lives with his wife, an information architect, and their Rhodesian Ridgeback Ty in Toronto. When time allows he works on a documentary film about his love of music, reads, and spends time with his close friends. Michael Cram has a younger brother, Bruce who is a real-estate agent and lives in Toronto with his wife and two kids.

November 6th. 2011 he played a gig with his former Flashpoint Co-star Amy Jo Johnson at the Free Times Cafe in Toronto.

He has a horse named after himself, which is privately owned.[citation needed]

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