Walt is an introverted former student who is feeling frustrated that no one at the reunion can remember him and maybe a potential suspect in the murder. In The Afterparty Season 2, Walt is a quiet presence who is always present but hardly acknowledged. However, he eagerly hopes to leave a lasting impression on his old classmates. The actor Jamie Demetriou plays the role; below are some interesting facts about the actor.
Meet Jamie Demetriou, Who Plays Walt In The Afterparty
Born on November 1st, 1987, in the Friern Barnet area of London, Jamie Demetriou is an English comedian, actor, and screenwriter. His mother is English, and his father is Cypriot. Demetriou often collaborates with his elder sister, Natasia Demetriou, who is also a comedian and actress.
Demetriou attended The Compton School in North Finchley and later joined the Chickenshed Theatre in Southgate before continuing his education at Bristol University.
Who Is Jamie Demetriou’s Girlfriend?
Clare Cole is Jamie Demetriou’s girlfriend and works as a chef at Towpath. She specializes in cooking simple seasonal food and has succeeded as a food stylist. Cole grew up in London and attended SOAS University of London, where she earned her MA in Anthropology of Food. It seems that Jamie Demetriou and Clare Cole began their relationship in 2019 and have been together ever since.
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Jamie Demetriou’s Career And Movies
During the 2009 and 2011 Edinburgh Fringe Festivals, Demetriou’s sketch troupe called Bristol Revunions received great praise from critics. His solo show ‘People’s Day’ was also highly successful. He has appeared in various comedy TV series such as Drunk History, Fleabag, and Stath Lets Flats, which he both writes for and stars alongside his sister.
In 2019, Demetriou appeared as celebrity chef Ralphy Moore on This Time with Alan Partridge, where he accidentally caused Alan to have a severe allergic reaction by serving him oysters. He lent his voice to a phone-in caller in another episode. In November 2019, he showcased his stand-up talent on Harry Hills’ Clubnite by portraying the character Andy.
The following year, he joined the cast of The Great alongside Elle Fanning and appeared in Miracle Workers, a comedy TV series. Additionally, he played a small role in Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga. Moving on to 2021, He graced the screen in Disney’s Cruella and showcased his acting skills in the biographical film The Electrical Life of Louis Wain.
Continuing his streak of recent successes, he landed a significant role in the main cast of Chris Miller’s show The Afterparty as Walt on Apple TV+, which has been running to the second season.
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