About Jonathan

Jonathan is a versatile talent. In the last several years he has transitioned from acting to writing and producing. He worked on the series Continuum for all four seasons and has recently been working on the new series Van Helsing which will begin airing Fall 2016.

Jonathan Lloyd Walker’s recent acting credits include the Summit feature “Red” starring Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren, John Malkovich and a slew of other A list Hollywood talent.  He spent much of 2010 performing guest star roles on American network series such as “V”, “Smallville” and True Justice”. Jonathan has two other features scheduled for release this year including “Transparency” for Canadian director and friend Raul Sanchez Inglis and the Universal feature “The Thing”, a prequel to the iconic 1982 John Carpenter film of the same name.

Jonathan was born and raised in Henley-on-Thames, England. His family moved to Canada when he was a teenager, and he began acting in both school plays and with the Children’s Theatre Company in Montreal. After college, and serving as an officer in the Canadian infantry, Jonathan resumed his passion for acting and began his professional career in Vancouver. His early work included roles in the TV movie “Volcano: Fire on the Mountain”, the series “Viper”, and multiple appearances on the award winning and popular series “The X-Files”.

Jonathan is proud of his chameleon like ability to play diverse and challenging roles. His credits include complex roles like Mark Twain in “The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne” and Jesus Christ in “The Second Coming”. Equally adept at playing heroes or villains Jonathan is the consummate character actor with both range and complexity.



Click here to check out Jonathan’s acting reel.

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