Abraham's extensive video game experience came in handy when he recorded his part for the game ER: Critical Condition. The sound engineer claims that his knowledge of games helped speed up the process.
Abraham starred in the 1998 movie Tempting Fate with Tate Donovan.
Abraham owns a brew pub in his hometown of Indianapolis named Brugge Brasserie.
Abraham's acting career started when he was in school and he took up drama lessons.
Abraham's Hebrew name is also Abraham and his fathers Hebrew name is Rubi.
Abraham and his family are Jewish.
Abraham enjoys playing Cities Of Heroes and is an avid gamer.
Abraham's father is best known as 'Smash' to the local St. Louis radio & television audiences.
Abraham went to Broad Ripple High school, which is located in Indianapolis, Indiana.
When Abraham was younger he often drove actress Kate Shoup to school.
Abraham is an avid comic book collector.
Abraham's height is 6'7 or 2.01m.
Abraham: I would like to personally thank each and every person who has ever watched anything I've been involved in. Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you....etc.
Abraham: It's because of ER that I've gotten the opportunity to get the work.
Abraham: I keep finding myself as sort of these average joes and now leading man, which is totally unexpected but super fun and a real challenge for me because I'm sort of like the big ogre. I never expected to be kissing girls on TV.
Abraham: (about "Robot Chicken") It's demented and a little irreverent, but I like that kind of thing.
Abraham: There is always going to be a little bit of me in each character.