Jimmie Walker Net Worth

Jimmie Walker net worth is $1 million. He is well recognized American Actor and Comedian known for playing the role of James Evans Jr on the CBS television series Good Times.

Jimmie Walker Biography

Jimmie Walker was brought into this world on June 25, 1947 in Brookyln, New York, US. He is not on social media like facebook, Instagram and Twitter as per our research.

Walker’s personality utilized the expression “Dyn-O-Mite!” which he likewise utilized in his mid-1970s TV plug for a Panasonic line of tape and 8-track cassette decks and a 2021 Medicare business.

He additionally featured in Let’s Do It Again with John Amos, and The Greatest Thing That Almost Happened with James Earl Jones. Walker keeps on visiting the country with his stand-up parody schedule.

Personal Details

Real NameJames Carter Walker Jr.
Age75 years
Date of Birth25 June, 1947
BirthplaceBrooklyn, New York, U.S.
ProfessionActor, Comedian
Zodiac SignCancer


FatherJames Carter Walker
MotherLorena Walker
SisterBeverly Walker
WifeJere Fields


SchoolTheodore Roosevelt High School
UniversityYet To Update
QualificationYet To Update

Physical Statistics

Height6’0 Feet
185 cm
1.85 m
Weight75 Kgs
165 Pounds
Hair ColorBald
Eye ColorBlack

Early Life

Jimmie Walker was brought into the world in Brooklyn, New York and brought up in The Bronx, New York. He went to Theodore Roosevelt High School in New York City. Through a New York State subsidized program known as SEEK (Search for Education, Evaluation, and Knowledge), he proceeded with his investigations and went into the field of radio designing with WRVR. As a young fellow, Walker was a merchant at Yankee Stadium, beginning with the 1964 World Series.

Personal Life

As per an appearance on The Wendy Williams Show on June 27, 2012, Walker expressed he has never been hitched nor fathered youngsters, however has had numerous sweethearts. Walker showed up on The O’Reilly Factor on July 11, 2012. He expressed that he didn’t decide in favor of Barack Obama in 2008 and that he wouldn’t decide in favor of him in the 2012 political race either.

In a meeting with CNN, Jimmie Walker depicted himself politically as a “pragmatist free” and expressed that he went against governmental policy regarding minorities in society, saying that it had outlasted its handiness. He additionally said that he was against gay marriage on moral grounds, yet accepted its legitimization ought to be passed, expressing it was not worth battling against.

Walker portrayed his political convictions finally in his self-portrayal, Dyn-O-Mite: Good Times, Bad Times, Our Times: A Memoir. In it, he considered himself a “logicist,” who trusts in “rationale and presence of mind”, standing firm on moderate footholds on many issues.


During 1975 Jimmie Walker was likewise an end of the week character on contemporary R&B music station KAGB 103.9 FM authorized to Inglewood in the Los Angeles market.

Walker showed up on The Tonight Show and Match Game during the 1970s and mid 1980s. He was a five-time specialist on the Match Game-Hollywood Squares Hour from 1983 to 1984. He additionally showed up on the 1990 restoration of Match Game and different game shows during that time.

Jimmie Walker has made visitor appearances on Badge 373, The Love Boat, Fantasy Island, The Larry Sanders Show, Son of the Beach, The Drew Carey Show, The John Larroquette Show, In the House, Cagney and Lacey, The Fall Guy, Scrubs, Star Dates, Everybody Hates Chris, George Lopez, Chelsea Lately and Lincoln Heights. He likewise showed up in the movies Rabbit Test (1978), The Concorde … Air terminal ’79 (1979), Airplane! (1980), Water (1985), Doin’ Time (1985), The Guyver (1991), Monster Mash (1995) and Plump Fiction (1997).

Beside visitor appearances, he featured in the fleeting TV series At Ease in 1983 and Bustin’ Loose in 1987.

During the 1990s, Walker got back to his radio roots facilitating shows on WHIO, WOAI, WLS, and KKAR. In 1996, he showed up on split discharge with Powerviolence band Spazz dispersed by Spazz claimed name Slap-a-ham records.

In 2010, Walker made an appearance in the film Big Money Rustlas. In 2011, he showed up in a Syfy station film Super Shark.

In 2012, Walker’s life account, Dyn-o-vermin! Great Times, Bad Times, Our Times – A Memoir, was distributed. In 2012, Walker reported the arrival of his authority application created by Monty Goulet for iOS.