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Jamie Walters
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Jamie Walters appears as a young Navy Ensign Al "Bingo" Calavicci in the Season 4 episode "A Leap For Lisa".

Personal Information
Gender: Male
Birth name: James Leland Walters Jr.
Born: (1969-06-13) June 13, 1969 (age 48)
Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
Occupation/
Career:
Actor/Singer, Songwriter, Record Producer, Firefighter
Years active: 1992–present
Website/
URL:
JamieWalters.com
MySpace
Character information
Appeared on: Quantum Leap
Episodes appeared in: "A Leap For Lisa" in Season 4
Character played: Young Al "Bingo" Calavicci

Jamie Walters (born James Leland Walters Jr. June 13, 1969) appears on Quantum Leap as a young Al "Bingo" Calavicci in the Season 4 episode "A Leap For Lisa". An equally talented singer/songwriter, and record producer, Jamie is perhaps best known for his roles on Beverly Hills, 90210 and The Heights and his number one[1] single "How Do You Talk to an Angel".

Personal lifeEdit

Walters was engaged to actress Drew Barrymore in 1992. They broke up in 1993.[2]

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Jamie Walters as a young Ensign AL from 1957, then called "Bingo", as he confronts his older self in the QL imaging chamber room when Sam leaps into him to prevent him from being wrongfully convicted when he's court martialed of the accidental death of his CO's wife in "A Leap For Lisa", the finale episode of Season 4.

In 2002, Walters married Patty Walters. They met at Centinela Hospital, where they were both Emergency medical technicians (EMTs). Jamie, who is now a firefighter with the Los Angeles City Fire Department, and wife Patty have 3 daughters.[3] With his residence in Los Angeles county, he pursued training, certification, and employment as a paramedic and worked with the Los Angeles County Fire Department. He is now working as a full-time firefighter/paramedic for the Los Angeles City Fire Department as of early 2004. Walters is focusing on his family and his career with the fire department but hopes to get back into music and acting sometime in the near future.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Billboard Hot 100 Chart 50th Anniversary
  2. Drew Confessions
  3. Star Confidential Teen Idol - E! Entertainment TV

External linksEdit

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