Amram was the father of Moshe Rabbeinu. Not much is told about him in the Torah. The reason for this is because he was humble in his essence and came from the hidden world of Alma Deiskasya. In truth however, Amram was a great Tzaddik who never tasted the taste of sin in his life. This is why he was called Am Ram, an elevated nation, as he came from a higher level of the Midos than other people.
 Or Torah [Maggid] Parshas Shemos 68