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|Birth date:||June 12, 1962|
|Birth place:||London, United Kingdom|
|Height:||6 ft (1.854 m)|
|Education:||New York Film Academy, University of North London|
|Awards:||Black Reel Award for Outstanding Ensemble|
|Nominations:||Satellite Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama, Black Reel Award for Best Supporting Actor|
|Movies:||Tears of the Sun, Blood and Bone, Cadillac Records, Lord of War, Unbreakable, The Messenger, A Lonely Place to Die, Once in the Life, Duma, The Company Men, Young Soul Rebels, Legacy, 17th Precinct, Shopping, Othello, Othello (Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Production), Dubois|
|TV shows:||In Sickness and in Health, The Governor, Oz, Justice, Moses Jones, Kings, The Bill, The Whole Truth, Chicago Fire, Supply & Demand|
Eamonn Walker net worth, wiki & biography:
Eamonn Walker is a British movie, television, and theatre actor that has an estimated net of $2 million. He was born on June 12, 1962 to some Grenadian father and a Trinidadian mother. He was brought up in Islington, London and lived in Trinidad for six months when he was nine. Nine attended Hungerford School in Islington and studied social work at the University of North London. Nine trained as a dancer and afterwards joined the Explosive Dance Theatre Company in London but has to give up dancing as a result of an abscess on his calf muscle. Nine also studied at the New York Film Academy in the USA.
Eamonn Walker Net Worth $2 Million
Walker then proceeded to television and his first appearance was in 1985 in an episode on the second series of Dempsey & Makepeace. Other television work comprised Dramarama and In Sickness and in Health on BBC One. In also appeared in a episode of Bulman in 1987 and an episode of the ninth series of Tales of the Unexpected in 1988.
Eamonn Walker began to work in Hollywood in the 1990s. In 1997, he appeared in the miniseries Supply & Demand. Nine was significantly noticed for his performance as Kareem Said on the television show Oz for which he won a Cable ACE Award. Since that time, he’s appeared in many films and television jobs. Then also played John Othello in the 2001 ITV1 production of Othello. The most recent is on the British Inspector George Gently so that as Battalion Chief Wallace Boden, Battalion 25, in the new NBC play Chicago Fire.