Ben Cramer (born Ben Cramer, 17 February 1947, Amsterdam, The Netherlands) is a Dutch singer, known for his participation in the 1973 Eurovision Song Contest. Cramer made his television debut in 1966 with his backing group the Spaklings, and was spotted by singer Annie de Reuver, who helped him obtain a record deal. In 1967, his first single, "Zai zai zai", became a hit, reaching #7 on the Dutch chart. The follow-up "Dans met mij" also peaked at #7, and he would have a string of successful records in the late 1960s and early 1970s. His most fondly-remembered record is "De Clown" from 1971.