|Greg Kramer (Kramer-Dowlen)|
|Born||11 March 1961|
|Place of birth||Codicote, Hertfordshire, UK|
|Died||8 April 2013|
|Place of death||Montreal, QU, Canada|
|Awards||MECCA award (Montreal English Critics Circle Award) as director of the Segal Centre’s Cat on a Hot Tin Roof|
Greg Kramer emigrated to Canada in 1981 after the then Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, started slashing funding to the arts. For seven years he lived in Vancouver, then in Toronto for a decade, and finally moved to Montreal in 1999. Though best known to Forever Knight fans as an actor, he was also a playwright, novelist, and director.
At the time of his death, rehearsals were about to start on his last play, Sherlock Holmes, in which he would have played the role of Inspector Lestrade.