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Eric A. Stromer

Born and raised in Evanston, Illinois, Eric grew up enjoying both sports and drama. He excelled in track and football and participated in local talent shows. His passion for the arts and an early break in commercials led him to enroll in the University of Colorado's theater department where he lasted only one week. After realizing a structured ... See full bio »

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Top Gear USA
Top Gear USA Narrator / Himself
Over Your Head
Over Your Head Himself - Host
Clean Sweep
Clean Sweep Himself - Carpenter
Hideous Houses
Hideous Houses Himself - Host


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 2008 Home for the Holidays (TV Movie)
 1999 Tycus (Video)
 1999 Valerie Flake
Adonis Plumber
 1996 Grace of My Heart
Doris' L.A. Boyfriend
 1996 The Acting Thing (Short)
 1990 Freddy's Nightmares (TV Series)
- Interior Loft Later (1990) ... Otto (as Eric Stromer)
 1984 Santa Barbara (TV Series)
Michael Adams
- Episode #1.84 (1984) ... Michael Adams
- Episode #1.83 (1984) ... Michael Adams
- Episode #1.82 (1984) ... Michael Adams
- Episode #1.50 (1984) ... Michael Adams
- Episode #1.47 (1984) ... Michael Adams
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Show Show Self (13 credits)

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Has produced a CD; songs include "Don't Wanna be a Memory", "My Ingénue", and "Enough is Enough".

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Eric Stromer

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Has remodeled homes for Mel Gibson, Dylan McDermott, Elijah Wood and Jasmine Guy as well as his own parents. See more »


Wears state and city name vintage-style t-shirts on TLC's "Clean Sweep" (2003).

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