Jamie Walters Performs 'Hold On’

Walters performing an acoustic version of 'Hold On' for the October 2020 30th anniversary celebration

Jamie Walters is an American actor, singer, firefighter and paramedic. He portrays Ray Pruit on Beverly Hills, 90210.

Bio[edit | edit source]

Jamie Walters was born as James Leland Walters Jr. on June 13, 1969, in Boston, Massachusetts in the USA. Th the age of 12, he got his first guitar, and at the age of 13, he started playing in garage bands. After high scool, he studied film at the New York University and acting at The Actors Space in New York City.[1]

90210[edit | edit source]

In Beverly Hills, 90210, Jamie Walters first appeared in Rave On (505). He had recurring appearances throughout season 5 (25 episodes out of 32) and was a main cast member in episodes 1 through 13 of season 6. He later appeared as a guest star in Ray of Hope (630) and his final appearnce was in Lost in Las Vegas (710).

Regarding the reasons he was cast for the show, Jamie Walters said:

They were looking for someone who could sing to bring something different to the show. I'm lucky because I get to sing my songs[1]

Jamie first liked his role and said:

I like him because he is the most real of anyone on the show. Everyone else is very Beverly Hills - very glamorous[1]

Jamie Walters - Why & The Comfort of Strangers

Ray Pruit performs Why and The Comfort of Strangers in A Song for My Mother


Jamie Walters - Reckless - BH90210

Ray Pruit performs Reckless in Ray of Hope

In his role as Ray Pruit, Jamie Walters performed some of the songs which were contained on his albums also in the show.

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Filmography[edit | edit source]

2000 The Mumbo Jumbo Thomas Doubting
1996 God's Lonely Man Hustler
1995 Burnzy's Last Call Shannon
1992 Bed & Breakfast Mitch
1991 Shout Jesse Tucker

2009 Confessions of a Teen Idol Self
2001 Dead Last Vance Harmon
1999 To Serve and Protect Jeremy (2 episodes)
1994-1996 Beverly Hills, 90210 Ray Pruit (40 episodes)
1992 The Heights Alex O'Brien (13 episodes)
1991-1992 The Young Riders Frank James (3 episodes)
1989, 1992 Quantum Leap Young Max, Al 'Bingo' Calavicci (2 episodes)

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Jamie Walters | Wikipedia

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