Please, I beg of you, add your own celebratory contributions in comments.
We're not asking a lot for Christmas There is just one thing we need We think we've been quite patient Waiting for another series lead Just a show to call his own More appreciation you'll never know Make our wishes come true All we want is a new series....two We don't want too much this Christmas BBC America, you helped fill our needs In 2011, you kept our Jamie present Three series on our TV screens We did finally need to take to mocking Those deaths now so commonplace NBC, you could have made us happy Gave us joy as he left L&O: UKOur devotion we would have shown The Battlestar reunion you had to blow Now, to make our wish come true We look to the other nets for a series....two We're not asking for much this Christmas Many actors have two shows Until that time we keep on wanting Far more guest starring roles CSI: Miami let him play a baddie So good we could endure Caruso's schtick We rejoiced House got him naked However, losing his skin was kind of ick John Doe should be a dark delight We have Un Jour just in sight But what Hollywood can you do?
I usually only embarrass myself on my own LJ, but since JBN is enjoying it's fifth year of existence I figured it was time to do something just for you all.
So, here's my little contribution to holiday spirit....collective eye rolling.
In 2013, Bamber starred on the TNT medical drama Monday Mornings.
Born/Birth Jamie Bamber was born on April 3, 1973 in Hammersmith, London, England as Jamie St John Bamber Griffith.
Between filming episodes of Hornblower, he had a small but memorable part in The Scarlet Pimpernel, playing Lord Tony Dewhurst, and appeared in the acclaimed British period drama Poirot, in which he played Roger Paton in "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd'.