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Jamie St John Bamber Griffith (born 3 April 1973) is a British actor best known to Americans as Lee Adama on the 2000's version of ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|2003}}''. He is well known in his home nation of the UK; and he had a starring role as DS Matt Devlin on ''Series/LawAndOrderUK''. Speaks fluent [[CunningLinguist French and Italian]] (he studied them for his Modern Language degree and received 1st Class MA Honors, the highest level possible), can pull off an American accent so convincingly that many people are genuinely shocked to learn that he's British[[note]]Though born in London, Bamber's father is American and his mother is Northern Irish. Bamber therefore holds citizenship of the United States, Ireland, and the UK, so it could be said that his FakeAmerican roles aren't ''quite'' fake[[/note]], (to the point where some have thought that his ''British'' accent is the fake one) and he can even give his British accent an Irish tinge (as he did on ''Law and Order UK''), or a working-class one (as he did on ''The Smoke'').

!!The list of works Mr. Bamber has had either a starring or guest role in:

* ''Literature/LadyAudleysSecret'': George Talboys
* ''The Devil's Tattoo (aka Ghost Rig)'': Tom
* ''Pulse 2: Afterlife'': Stephen
* ''Un jour mon père viendra'': Stephen Astarti
* ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry: Robin Hood and His Merry Mouse'': Voice of Robin Hood
* ''Film/FillyBrown'': Sam
* ''Before I Sleep'': Paul
* ''John Doe: Vigilante'': John Doe
* ''The Better Half'': Jeff Ryan
* ''Numb'': Will
* ''Modern Love''
* ''Break'': Vince Macey
* ''Money'': John
* ''A New York Christmas'': Sam Martin
* ''Crystal Inferno'': Tom Bronson
* ''L'embarass du choix'': Paul

* ''Ring For Jeeves'': Lord William Rowcester in Episodes 1 & 2
* ''Literature/BridesheadRevisited'': Sebastian Flyte
* ''Literature/WhereAngelsFearToTread'': Philip
* ''Ironsong''
* ''Theatre/RichardII''
* ''Nicholas Nickelby''
* ''Half-Sick Of Shadows''
* ''This Is Now''

!! Television
* ''Series/HoratioHornblower'': Made an appearance in five of eight episodes, and his Archie Kennedy was one of the most beloved characters.
* ''Series/TheScarletPimpernel'': As Tony Dewhurst in the first episode only.
* ''Series/{{Poirot}}'': Ralph Paton in the episode " The Murder of Roger Ackroyd"
* ''Bob Martin'': James in the episode " Big Break"
* ''Series/BandOfBrothers'' 2nd Lt. Jack Foley
* ''Peak Practice'': Dr. Matt Kendal
* ''Series/UltimateForce'': Lt. Dennis "Dotsy" Doheny
* ''Literature/DanielDeronda'': Hans Meyrick
* ''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003'': His StarMakingRole as Lee "Apollo" Adama for the small screen in the USA
* ''Series/ColdCase'': Jack Kimball, the VictimOfTheWeek in the episode "Blood On The Tracks"
* ''Series/GhostWhisperer'': As Bryan Curtis, the Ghost Of The Week in the episode "The Walk In"
* ''Series/TheLastDetective'': Luke Clayhill in the episode "Dangerous Liaisons"
* ''Series/{{Dollhouse}}'': PlayingAgainstType as EvilBrit Martin Klar in the episode "Vows"
* ''Series/LawAndOrderUK'': DS Matthew​ Devlin
* ''Series/{{Outcasts}}'': Mitchell Hoban
* ''17th Precinct'': Detective Caolán Longstreet ([[https://rutube.ru/video/4f26ec06905add87a428bcc0312da260/ unaired pilot]])
* ''Series/CSIMiami'': PlayingAgainstType again as Ronnie Hale, the [[MonsterOfTheWeek Criminal Of The Week]] in the episode "Blown Away"
* ''Series/{{House}}'': Bob Harris, the PatientOfTheWeek in the episode "The Confessions"
* ''Series/BodyOfProof'': Aidan Welles, the [[GirlOfTheWeek Guy Of The Week]] (or three weeks, rather) to Dr. Megan Hunt.
* ''Series/{{Perception}}'': Dr. Michael Hathaway, a RomanticFalseLead for Kate Moretti.
* ''Series/MondayMornings'': Dr. Tyler Wilson
* ''Series/TheSmoke'': Kev Allison
* ''Series/RizzoliAndIsles'': Seemed to be PlayingAgainstType again as murder suspect Paul Wescourt in the episodes "Burden Of Proof" and "Bridge To Tomorrow", [[spoiler: but subverted when he turned out to be innocent]]
* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'': A recurring role as Ellie Bishop's husband, [[HelloAttorney NSA lawyer]] Jake Malloy.
* ''Series/TheMessengers'': Back to PlayingAgainstType as the villainous Vincent Plowman
* ''Series/MajorCrimes'': Reuniting with BSG co-star Mary [=McDonell=] to play against type yet again as yet another EvilBrit--[[{{Jerkass}} uber-sleazy]] celebrity photographer Malcolm Rich in the episode "Open Line".
* ''Series/{{Marcella}}'': DI Tim Williamson
* ''Model Woman'' (unaired pilot): Lio Fibonacci
* ''Fearless'': MP Matthew Wild

* ''Theatre/HenryIVPart1'': Prince Hal
* ''Theatre/HenryIVPart2'': Prince Hal
* ''Theatre/DoctorFaustus'': Mephistopheles

!! Video Games:
* ''VideoGame/DeadRising3'': Voice of Simon Merkin

* ''WebVideo/StarTrekContinues'': Mr. Simone in the episode "Pilgrim of Eternity"

!!Tropes associated with Mr. Bamber:
* ChronicallyKilledActor[=/=]DeadStarWalking: He's had so many of his characters killed off--''ten'', at last count--that in two instances (on ''Series/ColdCase'' and ''Series/GhostWhisperer''), [[PosthumousCharacter said character was ALREADY dead when the show started]] and another (on ''WebVideo/StarTrekContinues''), seemed to be lampshading this trend by outright making him a RedShirt.
* MrFanservice: He's been portrayed as a lust object in most works he's starred in.
* ShirtlessScene: A good chunk of things he's starred in have him shirtless at some point. He also posed [[http://blog.urbanbohemian.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/jamiebamberuk300.jpg naked]] in an ad campaign for PETA to protest the bearskin caps used by the Queen's Guard. (Bearskin, bare skin, get it?)
* WhatBeautifulEyes: He has gorgeous blue eyes that have become a major trait of nearly every character he's played.
* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: His American accent is flawless. . .as long as you don't try to determine just which part of the US his character is from. The most glaring example might be his complete lack of a Boston accent during his guest stint on ''Rizzoli & Isles''. And his accent in the unaired ''17th Precinct'' pilot is a bizarre hybrid of American, British (having just spent 3 years using his normal accent on ''Law & Order: UK'', he was presumably out of practice), and ''Canadian'' (the episode was filmed in Vancouver).