Was Jere Fields Really Married to Jimmie Walker? Or Is it Just a Husband Rumor?

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Was Jere Fields Really Married to Jimmie Walker? Or Is it Just a Husband Rumor?

The life of celebrities gets strange at times due to media. Sometimes media overstate the information that is false and sometimes misses to give the most important information. In this regard, today we are talking about an actress who was never married, but the media imposed the information about her marriage such that it seemed true.

An American former actress, Jere Fields stayed in headlines for a long time because of her marriage to Jimmie Walker, an American actor, and comedian. It was assumed that the couple got married twenty-four days after staying in relation in 1980.

Moreover, according to some websites, Jere, and her assumed husband separated after living the marital life for five years in 1985.

Why Were they Suspected of Getting Married? Husband?

Jere Fields and Jimmi Walker appeared together on the TV game show named Tattletales (1982 to 1984) and probably looking at the bonding of the couple, media, and other audience misinterpreted that the couple was married.  However, the reality is still hidden. We are not sure if they ever married or not.

Caption: The gorgeous American actress, Jere Fields.

Source: picsofcelebrities.com

Jere Fields' Short Bio:

Belonging to American nationality, Jere Fields was born in July 1959 in Onslow County, North Carolina. She did her schooling at Saddleback High School in Santa Ana, California. Her parents are confidential, but she is believed to be a child of Chip Fields.

She starred on the iconic television programs like The Brady Bunch and Gunsmoke as a child. Jere also featured in the children’s educational television show named Curiosity Shop from 1971 to 72.

She gave her voice for the animated series like Kid Superpower Hour with Shazam! And Scooby and Scrappy-Doo. She has worked on movies like Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985) and Body Slam (1986).

She starred on the iconic television programs like The Brady Bunch and Gunsmoke as a child. Jere also featured in the children’s educational television show named Curiosity Shop from 1971 to 72.

She gave her voice for the animated series like Kid Superpower Hour with Shazam! And Scooby and Scrappy-Doo. She has worked on movies like Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985) and Body Slam (1986).