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Eamonn Walker


Mostly Credited As: Eamonn Walker
Sometimes Credited As: Eammon Walker

Date Of Birth: June 12, 1962 (Age 53)
Country Of Birth: United Kingdom
Birth Place: London, England
Height: 6' 1" (1.85 m)

Eamonn Walker


Eamonn Walker stars as Battalion Chief Wallace Boden, a fireman’s fireman who is the leader of the firehouse and is in the midst of major personal changes, on NBC’s drama “Chicago Fire.”

Walker is a talented, compelling performer known for his depth, integrity and ability to give life to the most layered of characters. He credits Sidney Poitier’s performance in “In the Heat of the Night” as the inspiration that led him to become an actor.

Born in London, he is perhaps best known in the United States for his portrayal of Kareem Said, the Muslim leader on the critically acclaimed series “Oz.” His work earned him a Golden Satellite nomination and a Cable Ace Award for best actor in a dramatic series.

On the big screen, Walker received stand-out notices for his performance as Howlin Wolf in “Cadillac Records,” opposite Adrien Brody, Jeffrey Wright, Mos Def and Beyonce Knowles. He also has given memorable performances in such films as “The Messenger” opposite Ben Foster, Woody Harrelson, and Samantha Morton; “Lord of War,” opposite Nicholas Cage and Ethan Hawke; “Duma,” Carroll Ballard’s critically acclaimed film; “Tears of the Sun,” opposite Bruce Willis; Laurence Fishburne’s “Once in the Life”; the psychological thriller “Legacy”; and M. Night Shamaylan’s “Unbreakable.”

Moving seamlessly between film and television, his numerous credits include the NBC series “Kings,” the Jerry Bruckheimer series “Justice” and the award-winning BBC series “Moses Jones.” He portrayed a modern-day John Othello in the BAFTA and Peabody Award-winning adaptation of London Weekend Television’s “Othello” and Tom Fontana invited Walker to portray the sympathetic killer in the “Homicide” finale, the two-hour teleplay “Homicide: Life Everlasting.” Other credits include a special arc on the critically acclaimed series “Lights Out” — a topical multi-episode African-based narrative on John Wells’ “ER” — and the two miniseries “The Governor” and “Supply and Demand.” Most recently, he appeared in the BBC’s groundbreaking Martin Shaw series “Inspector George Gently” and the Cinemax series “Strike Back.”

In 2005 Walker was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for his Broadway debut as Marc Antony alongside Denzel Washington and Colm Feore in “Julius Caesar” at the Belasco Theatre. He later performed to sold-out audiences and great critical acclaim as the first nlack actor to portray Othello at the historic Old Globe Theatre in London.

Walker co-founded the Flipside Theatre Company in London and starred in their production of “Danny and the Deep Blue Sea.” He also appeared in London’s West End and in plays on such venerable stages as the Citizens Theatre, the Royal Exchange and the Hampstead Theatre.

Walker resides in both Los Angeles and London.


TV Appearances

Main cast 
Chicago Fire (2012)As: Battalion Chief Wallace Boden (S01-)
17th Precinct (2011)As: DCI Wilder Blanks
The Whole Truth (2010)As: Terrence 'Edge' Edgecomb
Kings (2009)As: Reverend Ephram Samuels
Moses Jones (2009)As: Solomon
Justice (2006) (2006)As: Victor Graves
Oz (1997)As: Kareem Said (Prisoner #97S444)
Supply and Demand (1997)As: Jake Brown (1997 - 1998)
The Bill (1984)As: Malcolm Haynes (1988-1989)
Episode Cast Credits 

Chicago P.D. (2014) 
  The Cases That Need To Be Solved 03x16: (Feb/24/2016) As Battalion Chief Wallace Boden 
  The Song Of Gregory Williams Yates (2) 03x14: (Feb/10/2016) As Battalion Chief Wallace Boden 
  A Dead Kid, A Notebook And A Lot Of Maybes 03x07: (Nov/04/2015) As Battalion Chief Wallace Boden 
  The Number of Rats (2) 02x20: (Apr/29/2015) As Battalion Chief Wallace Boden 

Strike Back (2010) 
  Vengeance, Episode 8 03x08: (Oct/21/2012) As Walter Lutulu 
  Vengeance, Episode 7 03x07: (Oct/14/2012) As Walter Lutulu 

Inspector George Gently (2007) 
  Gently Northern Soul 05x01: (Aug/26/2012) As Ambrose Kenny 

Bonekickers (2008) 
  Warriors 01x02: (Jul/15/2008) As Senator Joy 

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005) 
  Emma Thompson, Eamonn Walker, Joseph Arthur 02x180: (Nov/09/2006) As Himself 

ER (1994) 
  There Are No Angels Here 12x20: (May/04/2006) As Dr. Dakarai 
  No Place to Hide 12x19: (Apr/27/2006) As Dr. Dakarai 
  Darfur 12x15: (Mar/02/2006) As Dr. Dakarai 

The Jury (US) (2004) 
  Last Rites 01x05: (Jun/29/2004) As Ted Truziak 

Homicide: Life on the Street (1993) 
  Homicide: The Movie (Feb/13/2000) As Eric Thomas James 

Goodnight Sweetheart (1993) 
  Don't Get Around Much Anymore 02x01: (Feb/20/1995) As Thursfield, Bank Manager 

One Foot in the Grave (1990) 
  One Foot in the Algarve (Dec/25/1993) As Hugo 

Birds of a Feather (1989) 
  All Gone Pear Shaped 05x12: (Nov/21/1993) As Colin 
  An Inspector Stays 05x11: (Nov/14/1993) As Colin 
  A Brush with the Law 05x07: (Oct/17/1993) As Colin 

Runaway Bay (1992) 
  The Venture 01x11: (Mar/19/1992) As Agent 

Love Hurts (1992) 
  Take It to the Limit 01x02: (Jan/10/1992) As Young Ghod 

Tales of the Unexpected (1979) 
  Mr Know-All 09x10: (May/13/1988) As Bates 

Dempsey and Makepeace (1985) 
  The Hit 02x08: (Oct/19/1985) As Edwin Shore 

In Sickness and In Health (1985) 
  Series 1, Episode 3 01x03: (Sep/15/1985) As Winston 
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