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Paul Cram director testimonials

"Paul brings a level of professionalism and humility which is hard to find... his incredible openess and willingness to do whatever it takes to make the film better is invaluable." -Gregg Holtgrewe, director of Yielding to a Willing Breath, Dawning, and Unhinged

"When Paul Cram appears on screen, you can feel the audience react-- his presence is beyond engaging, it's gripping, warm, and real!" -Byron Lane, writer/executive producer Herpes Boy starring Beth Grant.

"Paul gave an excellent performance and was a tremendous asset to our production. I reccomend him." -Andy Lauer, Director of Intermedio starring Edward Furlong

"Paul has a quiet sensitivity that hides inside his outgoing personality.  It is that element that made me write the "J. Alfred Prufrock" character for him.  I've been told time and time again that his subtlety and embodiment of the modern man is what made 'Going to seed' the film that is was. I sincerely look forward to our next project!"

-Bri Deihl, director of Going to Seed

"What I appreciated most about working with Paul is his approach to character. He looks for specificity - the detail or quirk that makes the character believable and real, much as I do as a screenwriter-director.  His feel for characters is unique, interesting, and fresh... and when it comes time to shoot, you know you will get an efficient, professional performance." -Steve Larson, Writer/Director Holiday Beach, 26 Summer Street starring Rachel Leigh Cook

“Paul Cram is one of those rare actors that can consistently take direction. He is not an actor that simply plays a part—he is an actor that becomes the part. I will certainly cast him again in future projects.” -Dav Kaufman, Writer, Director of 13 Hours in a Warehouse

"Paul's performance in my last feature film "Contract Killers" was outstanding.  His ability to wrap himself around a character's (inner life) in less than 4 minutes of screen time, to make that character memorable by making the audience subliminally aware of what this character probably ate,  drank and what his baggage might be outside of the scene itself,  was just amazing work by Paul." -G Anthony Jospeh, Producer of Contract Killers, Backlash, Vault and Eliminator

"Paul brought several layers of depth I wasn't expecting but totally appreciated. Some of his awkward/creepy performances actually gave me chills. He had creative suggestions that were quite helpful and far from overbearing. He fell into his role so quickly it made production a breeze.  Working with Paul Cram gave me an insight as to what great performance looks like on set."
-Sam Thompson, Director of Living Arrangements, and Slamdance screened film: There's a Wherewolf in My Attic

"Paul consistently has some sort of interesting look projecting from his face. It's something I wish more people could bring to the table." -Dennis Driscoll, Photographer

"Paul is not only a great actor, he's a smart actor. He has a way of seamlessly inhabiting a role on camera, and fully deconstructing it from behind the scenes. He is a team player and a strong collaborator; a director's dream come true." -Mark LaCroix, director of We Killed Alice, and Canadian TV movie An Error In Common

"Paul's appearance in the film get's a huge laugh, he was absolutely perfect!"
-Clay Westervelt, director Unwelcomed

 

 

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I've had the great pleasure of working as an actor across the nation in various films and movies. In Los Angeles, California, Boston, Massachusettes, Des Moines Iowa, Orlando Florida, Wisconsin and of course my home state of Minnesota.

As always, get in touch with me, I really appreciate feedback and general comments about my work.

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At the College Club Mansion in St. Paul, Paul Cram & Katrina Hawley in "We Killed Alice"


"Paul is not only a great actor, he's a smart actor. He has a way of seamlessly inhabiting a role on camera, and fully deconstructing it from behind the scenes. He is a team player and a strong collaborator; a director's dream come true." --Mark LaCroix, director of "We Killed Alice"


On the set of 13 Hours in a Warehouse, Meisha Johnson and Paul Cram

“Paul Cram is one of those rare actors that can consistently take direction. He is not an actor that simply plays a part—he is an actor that becomes the part. I will certainly cast him again in future projects.” —Dav Kaufman, Writer, Director of 13 Hours in a Warehouse

"Paul has a quiet sensitivity that hides inside his outgoing personality.  It is that element that made me write the "J. Alfred Prufrock" character for him.  I've been told time and time again that his subtlety and embodiment of the modern man is what made 'Going to seed' the film that is was. I sincerely look forward to our next project!" -Bri Deihl, director of Going to Seed

"Paul's performance to my last feature film "Contract Killers" was outstanding.  His ability to wrap himself around a character's (inner life) in less than 4 minutes of screen time,  to make that character memorable by making the audience subliminally aware of what this character probably ate,  drank and what his baggage might be outside of the scene itself,  was just amazing work by Paul.  Of course, what was most amazing to me as a producer, was that Paul basically PHONED IN his role of Chuck in Contract Killers. LITERALLY!!!!!.     To catch our attention with out being in the actual audition room, proves my old saying i.e If I need your picture and resume to remember you then something is missing."  Well,  Paul proved my theory, hands down!" -G Anthony Joseph, Producer of Contract Killers

Award winning play on hold for Lead actor Paul Cram's role in Ellen Paige movie "Peacock"

From Minnesota Monthly Magazine by Tim Gihring
"...keep your eye on a play at the Loading Dock Theatre in St. Paul that’s going on hiatus this weekend but will return next week... Everywhere Signs Fall. The talent associated with this show is spooky. Literally. Paul Cram, one of the leads, has recently and unexpectedly made a remarkable career in horror films–he just has that quirky creepy thing down, and hey, he’s not about to run from fortune (never run away–that’s the first lesson of horror films). In fact, he just got cast in the film Peacock with Ellen Page (yes, the surprise Juno star), which is why the play is down this weekend. The talent pool continues with this project from its playwright (Alan Berks, co-creator of Thirst Theatre, the popular short plays staged in area bars) to its director (Leah Cooper, former director of the Fringe Festival) to its other leads, Guthrie regular Tracey Maloney and actor-about-town John Middleton. Berks is a deep dude, no doubt about it, unspooling this inquiry into the mysteries of coincidence with tantalizing tautness over the course of the play, while setting it in the aggressively anxious locale of an Arizona desert motel.”

 

Award winning independent film "Indelible" plays in Iowa
Anoka County Union, Paul Cram Portrays Meth User

Paul Cram, photo by Erich ErnstPaul Cram Anoka

 

 

Anoka native Paul Cram filmed a low-budget movie in July called "Indelible." The story tells the bleak tale of an ex-con and his journey back to his daughter through the methamphetamine underworld of the midwest. Cram said he was at

 

first apprehensive about the drug tweaking character, Rickey, but after some research on the devastating effects of the drug, he decided to play the character. He hopes the audience, after witnessing the effect of meth on Rickey, will steer clear of the drug. "The irony is that I have the physical build of a tweaked-out meth user. Yet, thank God, I've steered clear of chemical abuse." Cram said.



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