Marsha Kramer ​​​​
RC 1972 - 1975 
Marsha Kramer grew up in West Los Angeles graduating from UCLA with a degree in Theater Arts and English, and receiving a Secondary Teaching Credential.  She also studied at the Royal Academy in London.  As an actress the high points of her theater work was playing "Wendy" on Broadway to Sandy Duncan’s Peter Pan, "Agnes Gooch" to Juliet Prowse’s Mame, and "Amy" in Company with Carol Burnett.                        

Her television work includes Modern Family (recurring), Dr. Ken Eagleheart (recurring), Malcolm in the Middle, Frasier (recurring), Touched by An Angel, Love & War, Life Goes On, Cheers, Newhart and the Bill Cosby Show.  After living in NYC at the Rehearsal Club (so fortunate, it was the best!), where she had volunteered at the ASPCA with an adoption program spearheaded by Gretchen Wyler,  she returned to Los Angeles and continued her work in animal protection with Gretchen and the HSUS, by being a member of the Genesis Awards Committee for over 25 years. 

She is also a founding and board member of The Musical Theatre Guild (MTG) which performs concert staged readings of seldom done gems of the musical theater at Glendale's historic Alex Theatre, and a founding member of CCAP - Classic & Contemporary American Plays (began by Bonnie Franklin) bringing theater into the lives of children of diverse backgrounds.  

She is married to Jim Keller who she met when he was the theater manager and she was performing at the Mayfair Music Hall in Santa Monica.  They share their life with numerous kitties who have adopted them, and the dearest shelter rescue, Dylann. Though she continues her acting career, together Marsha and Jim have carried on a family business begun by her parents in 1949 - Kramers Pipe & Tobacco Shop in Beverly Hills.