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Eamonn Walker

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Eamonn Walker (born 12 June 1962) is an English film, television and theatre actor. In the United States, he is known for playing Kareem Said in the HBO television series Oz, for which he won a CableACE Award, and as Winston, the gay, black thorn in Alf Garnett's side in In Sickness and in Health and John Othello in the 2001 ITV1 production of Othello.

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Jun 12, 1962 In London - England - UK
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the series Tales of the Unexpected 1979-03-24
Latest Project:
Series Chicago P.D. 2014-01-08
Known For
Poster of The Messenger
Poster of Kings
Poster of Oz
Poster of ER
Series Chicago P.D. Wallace Boden 2014-01-08
Series Chicago Fire Wallace Boden 2012-10-10
Movie A Lonely Place to Die Andy 2011-04-09
Movie The Company Men Danny 2010-10-21
Series The Whole Truth Terrence 'Edge' Edgecomb 2010-09-22
Series Moses Jones Solomon 2009-02-02
Movie Blood and Bone James 2009-02-07
Series Kings Rev. Ephram Samuels 2009-03-15
Movie The Messenger Stuart Dorsett 2009-11-13
Movie Othello: Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Othello 2008-03-25
Series Bonekickers Unknown 2008-07-08
Movie Cadillac Records Howlin' Wolf 2008-12-05
Series Justice 2006-08-30
Movie Duma Ripkuna 2005-04-22
Movie Lord of War Andre Baptiste Sr. 2005-09-16
Series The Jury Unknown 2004-06-08
Movie Tears of the Sun Ellis 'Zee' Pettigrew 2003-03-07
Movie Whitewash: The Clarence Brandley Story Jew Don Boney 2002-04-21
Movie Othello John Othello 2001-12-23
Movie Homicide: The Movie Eric Thomas James 2000-02-13
Movie Unbreakable Dr. Mathison 2000-11-13
Movie Once in the Life Tony 2000-10-27
Series Oz Kareem Saïd 1997-07-12
Series The Governor 1995-05-14
Movie Shopping Peters 1994-12-06
Series ER Unknown 1994-09-19
Series Goodnight Sweetheart Unknown 1993-11-18
Movie Young Soul Rebels 1991-08-09
Series In Sickness and in Health 1985-09-01
Series Dempsey and Makepeace Unknown 1985-01-11
Series The Bill 1984-10-16
Series Tales of the Unexpected Unknown 1979-03-24