Walker is best known for portraying James Evans Jr. Walker was nominated for Golden Globe awards Best Supporting Actor In A Television Series in 19 for his role.
While on the show, Walker's character was known for the catchphrase "Dy-no-mite!
Walker credits producer/director John Rich for inventing "Dy-no-mite! Both Walker and executive producer Norman Lear were skeptical of the idea, but the phrase and Walker's character caught on with the audience.
Also, off- and on-camera, Walker did not get along with series' lead, Esther Rolle, who played Florida Evans, in the series, because she and Amos disapproved of Walker's increasingly buffoonish character and his popularity, and Walker felt hurt by their disdain.
The news amazed Barris, who then listened as Lear described he and his better half had dinner with Coulter and Walker. Coulter is rejecting the most current round of reports, calling the former comedy star the “finest of buddies “and shooting down the concept that there is any love there.
Lear added that Coulter turned out to be “a dreamy, tasty, sweet person.” “J. Excellent good friends or enthusiasts , it is certainly better than your typical Ann Coulter tale.
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While discussing Walker, who acted for him, with Lear having created Good Times, Lear at one point veered off to say, "He's a wonderful guy, but I'll tell you something about him that'll astound you: He dates Ann Coulter." "I am as serious as I can be, and I spent an evening at the same table with them, so I know," Lear continued in the interview.
She’s a dissentious Conservative figure that appears to right a minimum of 2 books a year and they’re all testimonies to trolling anything to the left of her opinion.
She does have a couple of good friends on that side, namely Expense Maher, however usually she is treated with the exact same caution that a person may treat a demon.
As a young man, Walker was a vendor at Yankee Stadium, starting with the 1964 World Series.
He was given a silver dollar by Mickey Mantle, which he still has.