Eamonn Walker Net Worth

Eamonn Walker Net Worth is
$2 Million

Eamonn Walker Biography

As of this age, he was already a very effective actor, and his amazing function in Television shows and films has won an incredible number of hearts worldwide. He’s not really gay as he includes a total of three kids. We estimated annual income around $235,294

Known for movies

Quick Facts

Full NameEamonn Walker
Net Worth$2 Million
Date Of BirthJune 12, 1962
Height1.85 m
ProfessionActor, Dancer
EducationNew York Film Academy, University of North London
SpouseSandra Walker
AwardsBlack Reel Award for Outstanding Ensemble
NominationsSatellite Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama, Black Reel Award for Best Supporting Actor
MoviesTears 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 ShowsIn Sickness and in Health, The Governor, Oz, Justice, Moses Jones, Kings, The Bill, The Whole Truth, Chicago Fire, Supply & Demand

Interesting Facts

1 He was nominated for a 2016 Joseph Jefferson (Equity) Award for Actor in a Principal Role in a Play for "Between Riverside and Crazy" at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois.
2 Married to novelist Sandra Walker.
3 The first black actor to play Othello at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.
4 Founded the Flipside Theatre Company in London.
5 Mentors were screenwriter Lynda La Plante, and actor Robert David MacDonald.
6 Studied to become a social worker.
7 Attended the University of North London.
8 He was inspired to become an actor after seeing Sidney Poitier in In the Heat of the Night (1967).
9 Made his London stage debut in the play Labelled With Love.
10 He has three children, two of them are twins.
11 His father is from Grenada and his mother is from Trinidad.
12 Began his career as a dancer, but when a leg operation forced him to give it up, he turned to his second love: acting.
13 Trained as a dancer.


1 [His favorite storyline from Oz] The one that got a lot of attention was the one where I had a white girlfriend. I like that because all these two people ever did was hold hands and the world ended. So it made me laugh on some level, there's all this controversy and all this reaction and pain that everybody was carrying and these two people just held hands. He was in a prison and he couldn't come out so there was nothing that was ever going to happen. So I saw that was quite funny and ironic.
2 [on what his favorite role is] Kareem Said, the Muslim prisoner in Oz. As an actor, I like to be in productions that are not frightened to push the envelope. Oz did that, whether it was dealing with religion, sexuality or crime. As far as I'm concerned, the series broke the mold on American TV. Because it was an HBO series, you had to buy it so it wasn't on prime time and could cover all sorts of taboo things that are normally only caught in movies. Series like The Sopranos came after and they all took bits of Oz.
3 [on if it was difficult to making the transition from acting in the UK to the US] In the beginning, yes. I had so much I needed to learn about America. I had to learn the accent. I had to learn about American politics, the penal system, and Muslims. I had to learn how to speak some phrases in Arabic. So in the beginning, there was a lot to do, but God blessed me in a way I would never know how to repay him. He put the right people to help me get all of that information, and collated it together, right in front of me.
4 [on what roles he looks for]I look for good scripts. I don't look for roles. The script touches my mind or my gut. Primary I read and wait for the payoff. Sometimes the first part of the script may just get one click, because there's a beginning, middle, and an end. It doesn't have to be good, and it doesn't have to be bad; I don't have to be a good person or an evil person; I just need a good script that I can relate to. It's that simple.
5 [on what fans think of Oz] What people say about the show is that they can't believe how much it affects them. Long after the show has finished on the air, they are either talking about it or thinking about it, and it always makes them feel something. That is, different things for different people, but all of the things that I hear on the street are excellent. People love this show. That makes me very happy to be a part of something that, in my opinion, has changed the way that America is looking at television today. I am very proud to be a part of that journey.


All Eamonn Walker pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1997 CableACE CableACE Awards Actor in a Dramatic Series Oz (1997)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014 NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Best of 2014 Award NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Best Performance in a Drama Dubois (2014)
2008 Black Reel Black Reel Awards Best Supporting Actor Cadillac Records (2008)
2000 Golden Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Performance by an Actor in a Series, Drama Oz (1997)



Hidden Tears: Tanya 2016 Short completed Chuck
Chicago Med 2017 TV Series Wallace Boden
Chicago Fire 2012-2017 TV Series Wallace Boden
Chicago P.D. 2014-2016 TV Series Wallace Boden
B Love 2015 Short Bernard (voice)
Dubois 2014 Short Dubois
Copper 2013 TV Series Frederick Douglass
Strike Back 2012 TV Series Walter Lutulu
Inspector George Gently 2012 TV Series Ambrose Kenny
The Whole Truth 2010-2011 TV Series Terrence 'Edge' Edgecomb
17th Precinct 2011 TV Movie Wilder Blanks
A Lonely Place to Die 2011 Andy
Lights Out 2011 TV Series Ed Romeo
Legacy 2010/I Darnell Gray Jnr
The Company Men 2010 Danny
Blood and Bone 2009 James
Kings 2009 TV Series Reverend Ephram Samuels
Moses Jones 2009 TV Mini-Series Solomon
The Messenger 2009/I Colonel Stuart Dorsett
Cadillac Records 2008 Howlin' Wolf
Bonekickers 2008 TV Series Senator Joy
Othello (Shakespeare's Globe Theatre) 2008 Video Othello
Justice 2006-2007 TV Series Luther Graves
ER 2006 TV Series Dr. Stephen Dakarai
Lord of War 2005 Andre Baptiste Senior
Duma 2005 Ripkuna
Hate 2005 TV Movie
Rose and Maloney 2004 TV Series George Parris
The Jury 2004 TV Series Ted Truziak
Tears of the Sun 2003 Ellis 'Zee' Pettigrew
Oz 1997-2003 TV Series Kareem Said
Whitewash: The Clarence Brandley Story 2002 TV Movie Jew Don Boney
Othello 2001 TV Movie John Othello
Unbreakable 2000 Dr. Mathison
Once in the Life 2000 Tony
Homicide: The Movie 2000 TV Movie Eric Thomas James
Supply & Demand 1998 TV Mini-Series Jake Brown
Supply & Demand 1997 TV Movie Jake
The Governor 1995-1996 TV Series Snoopy Oswald
Goodnight Sweetheart 1995 TV Series Thursfield
The Detectives 1995 TV Series D.I. Tyler
Capital Lives 1994 TV Series
Shopping 1994 Peters (as Eammon Walker)
One Foot in the Grave 1993 TV Series Hugo
Birds of a Feather 1993 TV Series Colin
Runaway Bay 1992 TV Series Agent
The Old Boy Network 1992 TV Series Patrick
Love Hurts 1992 TV Series Young Ghod
The Upper Hand 1992 TV Series Kev
Young Soul Rebels 1991 Carlton (as Eamon Walker)
Bergerac 1991 TV Series Conrad
The Bill 1988-1989 TV Series P.C. Haynes
Blind Justice 1988 TV Mini-Series Hugh
Tales of the Unexpected 1988 TV Series Bates
In Sickness and in Health 1985-1987 TV Series Winston
Bulman 1987 TV Series DC Little Jimmy
Dramarama 1986 TV Series P.C. Garfield Walcott
Dempsey and Makepeace 1985 TV Series Edwin Shore


Cadillac Records 2008 performer: "Smokestack Lightin'"


The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 2006-2008 TV Series Himself - Guest
The Making of 'Lord of War' 2006 Video documentary short Himself
The Daily Politics 2005 TV Series Himself
Journey to Safety: Making 'Tears of the Sun' 2004 Video documentary short Himself

Archive Footage

I Don't Believe It 2016 Video short Hugo (uncredited)
Extra 2015 TV Series Himself
Comedy Connections 2008 TV Series documentary Winston
Birds of a Feather 1996 TV Series Colin

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