A British actor in film, television, and theatre, Eamonn Walker is widely known for portraying the role of Kareem Said in an HBO TV show called Oz, for which he has earned the CableACE Award. He rose to more fame after portraying the role of Battalion Chief Wallace Boden on NBC TV series, Chicago Fire from 2012 to present.
Eamonn Roderique Walker was born on June 12, 1962, in Islington, London, to a Trinidadian mother and a Grenadian father. He holds British citizenship and is of Asian ethnicity. For his education, he attended the Hungerford School in Islington and also studied social work at North London Polytechnic. Further, he also studied at the New York Film Academy.
Who is Eamonn Walker married to?
The 57 years old actor, Eamonn's wife is none other than Sandra Walker who is a novelist. So far, the specifics of when and where the lovebirds exchange the wedding vows have not been discovered. But as of now, the two is enjoying a happy conjugal life for over three decades.
The 6 feet 1 inch tall, Walker and his wife Sandra dated each other for twenty years before getting the knot tied. A relationship is so deep before you even inquire, that divorce just isn't in a dictionary. And there's no denying their marriage never gets out of that light.
From their marriage, the long-term couple has three children including twins named Jahdine and Deke Walker. At present, the family lives in their Los Angeles home.
How much is Eamonn Walker Worth in 2020?
Being such a famous celebrity, Eamonn has accumulated a hefty income through his successful career in Hollywood. As of 2020, he has an approximate net worth of $2 million. Likewise, an actor who works in the United Kingdom has an average wage of £9.94 an hour, and his pay might fall within the same scale.
Not to mention, up until now Walker has appeared in more than three dozen shows and 12 + movies. And without a doubt, from these movies and TV shows, he has bagged decent compensation and the reputation. Likewise. he shared the screen with Kara Killmer and Monica Raymund in NBC's Chicago Fire.
Eamonn portrayed in a movie Unbreakable which received $248.1 million worldwide on the $75 million budget. His next 2003 film Tears of the Sun collected $86.5 million and the 2005 movie Lord of War obtained $72.6 million at the box office. Likewise, his other films have also done well in box office.
Walker made his career debut in London in 1983 when he featured in a musical labelled Love as an East End Punk rocker. He also made his debut after two years on television in 1985 on the series Dempsey and Makepeace as Edwin Shore.
Eamon has since been seen in more than 30 TV series such as Love Hurts (1992), Goodnight Sweetheart (1995), Supply & Demand (1998), Rose and Maloney (2004), Copper (2013) and among others. His popularity, however, had increased dramatically when he had the opportunity to appear in The Detectives, aired by BBC and ER, aired on NBC.
Aside from television shows, he played his first film role as Carlton in Young Soul Rebels about the participation of different youth cultural movements in Britain in the late 1970s. His other credits for films include The Company Men (2010), Cadillac Records(2008), Duma(2005), The Messenger (2009), Legacy (2010), and several others.
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