|Date of Birth||April 3, 1973|
|Working for||Movies, TV Shows|
|Spouse||Kerry Norton (Actress and Singer)|
|Children(s)||Ava Griffith, Darcy Griffith, Isla Elizabeth Angela Griffith|
|Education at||University of Cambridge|
|Net Worth(s)||$185 million|
|Name on Birth||Jamie St John Bamber Griffith|
|Body Measurements||40 inch chest 32 inch waist|
Jamie Bamber is an English actor, known for his roles as Lee Adama on Battlestar Galactica and Detective Sergeant Matt Devlin on the ITV series Law & Order: UK. He also had a supporting role in the Hornblower series and was a regular on the British series Ultimate Force and Peak Practice. In 2013, Bamber starred on the TNT medical drama Monday Mornings.
Jamie Bamber was born on April 3, 1973 in Hammersmith, London, England as Jamie St John Bamber Griffith.
He grew up in France, and his family moved back to the UK when he was 8.
Bamber was educated at St Paul's School in London, and graduated with a first in Modern Languages (Italian and French) from St John's College, Cambridge, before attending and graduating from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.
Father, Mother, brother and sister
Bamber was born in Hammersmith, London, to Elizabeth Bamber, a native of Northern Ireland and Ralph Griffith, an American. He holds British, Irish and American citizenship. Bamber has five brothers and one sister, actress Anastasia Griffith.
Career and struggle
Bamber continued appearing in several British television efforts, eventually getting a recurring role in the medical drama Peak Practice. He was also part of the landmark HBO miniseries Band of Brothers, playing the role of First Lieutenant Jack Foley in several episodes. In 2002, he joined the cast of the action drama series Ultimate Force, appearing in the first and second seasons as Lieutenant Dotsy Doheny.
In 2003, Bamber joined the cast of the reimagined version of the classic science fiction series Battlestar Galactica. He appeared in the initial miniseries as Lee Adama, a Viper pilot whose relationship with his father William (Edward James Olmos) soured after the death of his brother Zak (Tobias Mehler) in a flight accident. He reprised the role in the resulting full series, and held the role throughout its entire run, from 2004 to 2008.
Bamber also played guest roles in several other television shows, such as The Last Detective, Cold Case and Ghost Whisperer. He also has an acclaimed stage career, most notably his performance in the London run of Dr. Faustus. He also played major roles in several radio dramas in the United Kingdom.
Wife and Marriage
Bamber is married to English actress and singer Kerry Norton. The couple has three daughters: Isla, and identical twins Darcy and Ava.
Hot and shirtless pictures
His hot and shirtless pictures can be found all over the internet. Even after having three children by his wife, he looks younger than he is.
Height, weight and age
He stands 5' 9" (1.75 m) tall. He also has a fit body and isn’t underweight or overweight.
He is an English national. His ethnicity is White.
Award and Achievement
Bamber was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor on Television for Battlestar Galactica in 2004.
Job and future
In 2013 Bamber starred as neurosurgeon Dr. Tyler Wilson in Monday Mornings (briefly titled Chelsea General), the David E. Kelley-produced series for TNT, co-executive-produced by Sanjay Gupta and based on his novel of the same name. The series debuted in February 2013; it was cancelled after one season. He is currently filming the lead role of Kev Allison in The Smoke, an upcoming Kudos Television drama for Sky1 in the UK which focuses on a team of London firefighters; it is expected to air in early 2014.