Eamonn Walker is a British actor best known for his roles as Winston in the BBC series In Sickness and in Health, Kareem Sa’d in the HBO television series Oz, Battalion Chief Wallace Boden on Chicago Fire, PC Malcolm Haynes in The Bill, and John Othello in the ITV1 production of Othello.
Eamonn Walker: Early Life, Age, Wiki, Parents, Ethnicity
In Islington, London, on June 12, 1962, Eamonn Walker was born to a Grenadian father and a Trinidadian mother. He spent his first nine years there, where he also fell deeply in love with dance. Later, he relocated to Trinidad, where he spent six months living with his parents while finishing his education at the Hungerford School.
He started his social work studies at the University of North London after graduating from high school. He joined the “Explosive Dance Theatre Company” at the time because his desire to become a professional dancer was blossoming. He was forced to stop dancing due to an abscess in his calf muscle, thus his luck was not on his side. Eamonn sought to pursue his career in social studies after he was told that he would never be able to dance again but ultimately decided to pursue acting as a vocation. He relocated to the US and enrolled in the New York Film Academy to pursue his education.
6 feet 1 inch is how tall Eamonn is (1.85 meters).
TV shows and Movies
In 1983, Eamonn Walker made his stage debut as a professional actor in London. Then, in 1985, he made his debut appearance on television after taking part in a Dempsey and Makepeace episode from the second season.
After that, he started making appearances in a number of TV shows, including The Two of Us, Bulman, In Sickness and in Health, The Les Dennis Laughter Show, Blind Justice, The Bill, The Upper Hand, Old Boy Network, Birds of a Feather, Goodnight Sweetheart, The Governor, Supply & Demand, Oz, Rose and Maloney, ER, Moses Jones, Kings, The Whole Truth, Chicago P.D., Chicago Med, and many others.
Eamonn has been in films like Shopping, Once in the Life, Unbreakable, Othello, Tears of the Sun, Duma, Lord of War, Cadillac Records, The Messenger, Blood and Bone, The Company Men, Legacy: Black Ops, A Lonely Place to Die in addition to television shows.
Eamonn’s estimated net worth is $2 million, based on information from celebritynetworth.com.
Sandra Walker, a novelist, is the wife of married guy Eamonn Walker. Before entering into a happy marriage, the couple spent twenty years courting.
The Walkers are currently raising their three children, two of them are twins named Jahdine and Deke.