Name: Jameson Parker
Profession: TV Actor
Gender: Male
Height: 182 cm
Age: 76
Birth Place: Baltimore - Maryland
Zodiac Sign: Scorpio

Jameson Parker

Jameson Parker is a TV Actor, and he was born on 18 November - 1947(76 years old) in Maryland. Jameson Parker zodiac sign is Scorpio. More detailed information about Jameson Parker given below.

About Jameson Parker

Portrayed the role of Deputy Harrison Kershaw on the television series, JAG with David James Elliott.

Jameson Parker before fame

At Beloit College, he studied drama and was involved in theater plays.

Achievement of Jameson Parker

He played Sir Kay in the television series The Legend of Prince Valiant.

Salary 2020

Not known

Net Worth 2020

$500 Thousand

Jameson Parker family life

He has four children and has been married twice.

Associations of Jameson Parker

He co-starred with Gerald McRaney in the TV show Simon & Simon.

Jameson Parker Physique Measurements

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Height 182 cm
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Family Members of Jameson Parker

Name Relationship Net worth Profession
Amye Parker Children N/A
Christian Buchanan Parker Children N/A
Katherine Parker Children N/A
Jamie Jr. Parker Children N/A
Bonnie Parker Spouse N/A
Darleen Carr Spouse N/A

Jameson Parker Timeline

  • 1947

    Jameson Parker, Jr. was born in Baltimore, Maryland, on November 18, 1947. He is the son of Jameson and Sydney Buchanan (nu00e9e Sullivan) Parker. His father had been general legal counsel for the Parker family steel mill, an investment analyst, and government attorney (working first with the Maryland Public Expenditure Council and later with the United States Naval Reserve). In 1947, he was in private practice, but about to embark on a career as a diplomat with the United States Department of State.

  • 1969

    Parker has been married three times. On July 19, 1969, he married Anne Taylor Davis in Fairfax County, Virginia, with whom he has one daughter. The two divorced on August 7, 1975 in Alexandria, Virginia. In 1976, Parker married Bonnie Dottley in New York City; the couple had three children. They divorced in 1992. He married Darleen Carr on June 18, 1992.

  • 1971

    At Beloit College, he acted in student theater productions, and, while living in Washington, D.C., he landed a job with a production of The Great White Hope at the Arena Stage and then acted in theatrical productions of Caligula and Indians. After completing his degree at Beloit College in 1971, he performed in dinner theater and summer stock in the Washington, D.C., area.

  • 1972

    Jameson Parker Sr. died in 1972. His widow married her husbandu0027s Harvard Law School friend, Lewis Metcalfe Walling, a former New Deal labor attorney, in 1974.In 1972, he moved to New York City, where he secured several television commercials and appeared in off-Broadway plays. He was cast as Dale Robinson in the daytime drama Somerset and created the role of Brad Vernon on One Life to Live. During this period, Parker guest-starred on the ABC series Family and Hart to Hart.

  • 1985

    He became well-known by co-starring in Simon & Simon from 1981 to 1989. Thanks to the hit showu0027s popularity, in 1985, Beloit awarded him its Distinguished Service Citation. With his Simon & Simon co-star Gerald McRaney he appeared in the theatrical movie Jackals, which Parker co-produced. After completing this movie, he returned to Beloit College to star in a live summer stock theatrical production as Brick in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. In 1987, starred alongside Donald Pleasence in John Carpenteru0027s horror movie Prince of Darkness.

  • 1992

    On October 1, 1992, Parker was shot in the left armpit and right arm by a neighbor during a verbal altercation. He made a full recovery, and the neighbor was convicted of attempted murder and sentenced to nine years in prison.

  • 2009

    Parkeru0027s last known acting work was in 2003u20132004, after a four year hiatus, when he appeared in four episodes of JAG. Although he did voice over work as the narrator for the documentary Endangered Species: California Fish and Game Wardens in 2009, he seems to have effectively retired from acting without an official announcement. He now makes his living as a writer for a variety of hard-copy and on-line magazines and is the author of the critically acclaimed memoir, An Accidental Cowboy.

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Jameson Parker was born on 18 November, 1947.

Jameson Parker is from Baltimore - Maryland.

Jameson Parker is 76 year old.

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