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Jimmie Walker
Jimmie Walker
Birth name: James Carter Walker
Aliases: Jimmy Walker
Gender: Male
Medium(s): Film; Television
Roles: Actor
Date of birth: June 25th, 1947
Place of birth: The Bronx, New York City, New York

Jimmie Walker, born James Carter Walker, is an American stand-up comedian as well as a film and television actor. He was born in the Bronx in New York City, New York on June 25th, 1947. Jimmie is best known for playing the role of wisecracking youth J.J. Evans on the 1974 sitcom series Good Times.

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  • Trademark phrase: Dyn-o-mite!

Other works Edit

  • Jimmie Walker provided the voice for Soap Beatty on the 1996 video game Ripper, which draws inspiration from the legend of Jack the Ripper.

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