Rising from the streets of New York’s ghettos to television superstardom, Jimmie Walker personifies the great American success story. His catch phrase “Dyn-o-mite!” is part of the modern vernacular, and he became such a major celebrity in the 1970’s that Time Magazine named him “Comedian of the Decade.
All Jimmie’s success on the big and small screens, stand-up comedy remains his first love. Walker currently tours the country 35 to 45 weeks a year performing live, and guesting on game shows and late night television. In his spare time he writes scripts for TV and movies, and continues to enjoy a comedy career now approaching five decades.
(1970s – Present)
Plump Fiction (1996)
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992)
Bustin’ Loose (TV) (1987)
Going Bananas (1987)
Doin’ Time (1985)
The Jerk Too (TV) (1984)
At Ease (1983) (TV)
B.A.D. Cats (TV) (1980)
Murder Can Hurt You (TV) (1980)
Concorde: Airport ’79 (1979)
The Greatest Thing That Almost Happened (TV) (1977)
Telethon (TV) (1977)
Let’s Do It Again (1975)
Good Times (TV) (1974)
Even with his demanding schedule, Jimmie continued to appear as the headliner at top comedy clubs, including the world famous Comedy Store in Los Angeles. His joke writing team included a young David Letterman, Jay Leno and Byron Allen.
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