Jun. 12th, 1962
London, England, UK
Eamonn Walker's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2010 - The Company Men
2009 - Blood and Bone
2008 - Cadillac Records
2005 - Duma
2005 - Lord of War
2003 - Tears of the Sun
2000 - Unbreakable
1991 - Young Soul Rebels
Guest TV Roles
Dr. Stephen Dakarai
P.C. Garfield Walcott
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 elsewhere 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.
- The first black actor to play Othello at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.
- Studied to become a social worker.
- Made his London stage debut in the play Labelled With Love.
- Founded the Flipside Theatre Company in London.
- He was inspired to become an actor after seeing Sidney Poitier in The Heat of the Night.
- His father is from Grenada and his mother is from Trinidad.
- Attended the University of North London.
- Mentors were screenwriter Lynda La Plante, and actor Robert David MacDonald.