Joey Cramer

Joey Cramer

American actor
Date of Birth: 23.08.1973
Country: Canada

  1. Biography of Joy Kramer
  2. On May 4, 2016, Kramer was arrested for bank robbery.

Biography of Joy Kramer

Early Life and Career
Joy Kramer is an American actor who rose to prominence in the mid-1980s. He is best known for his role as David in the film "Flight of the Navigator." He also appeared in the television film "Stone Fox" alongside Buddy Ebsen and Gordon Tootoosis in 1987. At the age of seventeen, Kramer moved to his hometown in Sechelt County. In 2006-2007, he worked as a clerk at the "Source for Sports" store.

Kramer has appeared in several notable films and television shows, including:
- "Runaway" (1984) as Bobby Ramsey
- "I-Man" (1986) as Eric Wilder
- "Flight of the Navigator" (1986) as David Scott Freeman
- "The Clan of the Cave Bear" (1986) as young Broud
- "Stone Fox" (1987) as Willie
- "Murder, She Wrote" - episodes 1 and 2 of the third season (1988) as Charlie McCallum
- "It's My Party" (1996) as a guest

Award Nomination
In 1986, Kramer received a nomination for the Saturn Award for his role in "Flight of the Navigator" as the best young actor.

Legal Troubles
In August 2011, a Canadian newspaper, Coast Reporter, published an official request to the Canadian police to assist in the capture of a suspect named Delirius August Kramer, who was wanted for check forgery. The article included a photograph and details about his age and appearance. A few days later, authorities announced that the suspect Kramer had been arrested in Gibson's, British Columbia. He spent several months in prison on some of the charges brought against him.

Previously, Kramer had encountered legal problems related to the careless handling of firearms and making physical threats to others. In February 2013, he was detained by the police for consuming alcohol in a public place in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia. However, he managed to avoid serious consequences and received only a fine.

On May 4, 2016, Kramer was arrested for bank robbery.