Jamie Saint John Bamber Griffith, professionally known as Jamie Bamber, is a well-known British actor. He is best known for his outstanding performances as Lee Adama in the TV series Battlestar Galactica and as Detective Sergeant Matt Devlin in Law & Order: UK. Bamber has also appeared in other notable TV shows such as Ultimate Force, Peak Practice, Hornblower, and Band of Brothers. He has played a variety of roles throughout his career, showcasing his versatility as an actor.
In 2013, Bamber starred in the TNT medical drama Monday Mornings and later in 2014, he appeared in the Sky 1 drama The Smoke. He was born on 3 April 1973 in Hammersmith, London, England, to Ralph and Elizabeth Griffith. His father is from the United States and his mother is from Northern Ireland. Bamber grew up in a large family, with five brothers and one sister, who is also an actress, Anastasia Griffith.
Bamber was educated at St Paul’s School in London, and went on to graduate with a first-class degree in Modern Languages (Italian and French) from St John’s College, Cambridge. After his graduation, he attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art to pursue his passion for acting. Bamber is fluent in both Italian and French, having spent part of his childhood in Paris. He began his acting career with the 1994 student film Shifting Sands, which was highly appreciated for his performance.
What is Jamie Bamber’s net worth?
Jamie Bamber, an English actor, has a net worth of $2 million. Bamber has had a successful acting career since his debut appearance in the TV movie Hornblower: The Even Chance in 1998, where he played the character of Archie Kennedy. He is widely known for his roles as Lee “Apollo” Adama in Battlestar Galactica and Detective Sergeant Matt Devlin in Law & Order: UK. He has also played significant roles in other popular series such as Ultimate Force, Monday Mornings, and The Smoke. In 2006, he was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor on Television for his role in Battlestar Galactica.
Bamber’s success in the acting industry has been fueled by his academic achievements. He graduated from St John’s College, Cambridge, and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, where he honed his craft. He has also demonstrated his versatility by appearing in different genres of film and television. Despite his success, Bamber maintains a relatively low profile and has managed to keep his personal life private.