Jimmie Walker is the man in more ways than one and while it'd be easy to say he was "dy-no-mite," we actually think he's more like dyno-mighty. Mighty funny, mighty talented, and mighty inspirational when it comes to his comedic craft. Something else that's pretty cool about him is that he's pairing up for an incredible night that won't be filled with just laughs, there'll be music as well. You can get in on the good times Wednesday August 26th at the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa and because JJ will be in town for one night only and we couldn't pass up the chance to talk to him, we engaged him in a little waxing on his career, both past and present.
That's what friends are for.
OC Weekly (Ali Lerman): I wanted to know how you felt about Letterman's show ending because I know you have a pretty long history with him.
Jimmie Walker: It was bittersweet for me. I'm very happy for Dave, he wanted out. He felt like he had done everything he could in late night. But also, I was very un-happy for myself because it is the end of my late career for a while because there are no shows for me to be on.