|First appearance | Pilot|
|Last appearance | The Story Of Us|
|Number of episodes | 220|
|Full name | Graeme Christopher Ramsay|
|Gender | Male|
|Birthday | April 23, 1991|
|Residence | Los Angeles, California (1991-present)|
Graeme Christopher Ramsay (born 1991) is one of the six main characters of Lights Camera Action. He was born to Michael Ramsay and Tracy Duncan in Los Angeles, California. Ever since he could remember, being an actor was his aspiration. He attended East Los Angeles College on an athletic scholarship, the same as the best friend he met there, Mateo Kahn. Together they took an internship in L.A where he met three new best friends and reunited with an old acquaintance, Rebecca Conrad, later becoming his wife. Together they have a son, Noah Ramsay.
Fun-loving, down-to-earth, wise and easygoing are just a few qualities to describe Graeme. He’s a dedicated and loving husband and father who is very protective of Becca. He’s relaxed, brave, skilled and a great, loyal friend. He has an honest, lovable humour and can get anything he wants with the help of his famous puppy dog face. He is also quite the boy-next-door. Sometimes Graeme finds relationships troubling and problematic, due to him doubting himself as worthy. His parents had him as teenagers which contributed to him feeling unwanted at times. He begins to have trust issues after Becca cheated on him once. He’s a very optimistic person, but when he’s down, he’s really down. As a child, his family didn’t have much money which gives him a deep appreciation for all virtues of life and the value of money.
Mel and Graeme were friends way before they started dating, and even when they started dating, they were always more of friends than partners. That's what made it so easy for them to move on after their mutual breakup, especially since the main reason they dated was to get over other people whom they truly loved (i.e Becca and Simon). They started dating at the very end of the third episode of Season 4, "Replacement". They date until the ninth episode of the same season, "Ball so hard". During this time, the two of them only got as far as second base with each other. Most of their relationship mirrored their friendship and the Sexy Six often forget that they ever dated.