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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 21 July 1976Hammersmith, London, England, UK
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Jaime Murray was born on July 21, 1976 in Hammersmith, London, England. She is an actress, known for The Deaths of Ian Stone (2007), Defiance (2013) and Hustle (2004). She has been married to Bernie Cahill since May 26, 2014.

Spouse (1)

Bernie Cahill (26 May 2014 - present)

Trade Mark (2)

Black hair
Porcelain white skin

Trivia (6)

Daughter of Billy Murray.
Good friends with fellow Dexter (2006) star, Julie Benz. They also star alongside each other in Defiance (2013).
Briefly studied Philosophy and Psychology at the London School of Economics, but dropped out to train at the Drama Centre London, graduating in 2000.
Is named after "Jaime Sommers", the character Lindsay Wagner played in The Bionic Woman (1976); her father is a big fan of the original series. Ironically, the character was originally intended to be named "Jamie", but Wagner misspelled the name during a special effects shot on The Six Million Dollar Man (1974), and the producer decided to retain the new spelling, rather than incur the extra cost of re-shooting.
Murray is named after the character Jaime Sommers in The Bionic Woman (1976). In Warehouse 13 (2009), Murray appears in several episodes alongside guest star, Lindsay Wagner, who played Jaime Sommers in The Bionic Woman (1976).
(May 26, 2014) Married her boyfriend of four years, Bernie Cahill, following a five-month-long engagement.

Personal Quotes (9)

I can't even watch horror movies - I have to turn the music down!
I feel as though, as an actor, you can only make brave choices when you're acting with people that you're so relaxed with that you can make a mistake.
I'm not the best gamer - I think you need to be strategic and level-headed, and you need to remain calm under pressure... and I don't really have those qualities!
If I had known how much I hate auditioning, I doubt I would have become an actress.
I try to really focus on the actors I'm working with and kind of read and respond to their behavior.
As an actor, if you decide that someone is bad... you can't play bad, because even the worst person doesn't think what they're doing is bad.
Everyone thinks England and America are the same, as we have the same language, but I felt like an alien as an English person living in America.
Home will always be London. There's something unique about the British. It's about cheekiness.
The Americans think British T.V. shows are amazing, and everybody references Downton Abbey (2010), and, in my genre, Doctor Who (2005), which everyone is crazy for. People are always asking me and are always disappointed that I haven't been in it.

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