Anthony Michael Bertram is a film and TV actor hailing from Queens,
NY. As a New York native, he began acting professionally in theatre and
local commercials. He has also tried his hand in stand up comedy, and
everyone who meets him agrees he is indeed sitcom material.
As a Business Administration major at Adelphi University in Long Island, Anthony was headed to the corporate sector. That is, until his senior year when he happened to take Acting as a class elective, which he found himself really enjoying. When he was informed a week later that he had to take a Statistics class to graduate, he was all the more disappointed because he had to drop the Acting class. Although he was no longer acting, he had just begun to discover that the seed had taken "route".
He did graduate, but the only business he was interested in pursuing was Entertainment. He immediately started training and set his sights on an unprecedented feat: A solid and stable career as....an Actor!!
Filled with ambition he immediately applied to all the top grad schools and all of them including Yale had no room for him. (That's his story and he's sticking to it.) He got in his car and headed to Hollywood. Shortly afterwards that same car caught on fire. He jumped out and watched the car burn thinking to himself "Is this a sign??" The answer was YES...get a motorcycle.
He went on to study at at Stuart Rogers
Studio, Ward Studio-Meisner, Tasha Smith Studio and Lesly Kahn Studio.
He has appeared in film and TV shows ("Victorious" on Nickelodeon, "Will
to Live", "Flirt", "Columbine Stories") and a variety of stage plays
("The Amen Corner", "Conversations with the Past" and "Changing
Brandy.") In addition he has done voiceover and commercial work for Sour
Patch Kids, Invincibles, Alvin and The Chipmunks, Outback Steakhouse,
Anthony loves the stage as well as the screen and firmly believes in the transformative power of theatre -- as a social, political, emotional, and humanistic force.