Born in Rochester Michigan, Jamison spent several years living abroad, where he attended the Frankfurt International School in Germany before returning to Michigan for his High School years at Rochester Adams High School.He began acting in high school and was accepted with a scholarship to the acting program at Western Michigan University. After two years in the program, he moved to Los Angeles, studied theater at UCLA and finished his degree at Cal State-Fullerton. Jamison spent his summers performing with a professional acting company outside San Francisco, where he was invited to perform two world premiere plays at the Edinburgh Festival in Scotland.On his return from Scotland, he moved to San Francisco to attend the world- renowned Advanced Training Program at the American Conservatory Theater. After graduating with an MFA in Theater, Jamison was invited into the ACT acting company and worked on such critical successes as "Angels in America", directed by Mark Wing-Davey, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" and "Othello".After working with Lucasfilms on Radioland Murders (1994) and LucasArts on Star Wars: Rebel Assault II - the Hidden Empire (1995), Jamison made his way back to Los Angeles and began his career in film and Television. Film credits included The Lodger (2009) with Alfred Molina; Born to Ride (2011) with William Forsythe; He Was a Quiet Man (2007), starring opposite Christian Slater and William H. Macy; Dark Blue (2002) with Kurt Russell; Hollywood Homicide (2003) with Harrison Ford; and Actor and Producer credits for West of Brooklyn (2008) with Joe Mantegna.Additional theater credits include the world premiere of "Doctor Cerberus" at South Coast Repertory; "Fool For Love" with iconic film actor Geoffrey Lewis; the critically-acclaimed "Therese Raquin" at the Ensemble Theater; Bent; "Timon of Athens"; "The Foreigner" with three-time Tony-nominated Tom McCoy/Cathy Rigby Entertainment at the La Mirada Theater, where he also starred in "The Lion in Winter" with Mariette Hartley, "All My Sons", "Dancing at Lughnasa" and "The Rainmaker", "How the Other Half Loves" at the Pasadena Playhouse.Television credits include Burn Notice (2007), 24 (2001), General Hospital (1963), Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight (2008), Brothers & Sisters (2006), Days of Our Lives (1965), Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (2008), JAG (1995), CSI: NY (2004), NCIS (2003), Crossing Jordan (2001), Alias (2001), That '70s Show (1998), Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990) and Will & Grace (1998).
|True Detective||Will Davidson 2 episodes, 2015||2014-01-12|
|Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight||Unknown||2008|
|Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles||Unknown||2008-01-13|
|Brothers & Sisters||Unknown||2006-09-24|
|That '70s Show||Unknown||1998-08-23|
|Will & Grace||Unknown||1998-09-21|
|Beverly Hills, 90210||Unknown||1990-10-04|