Biography

A former United States Naval Officer, this bright Up and Comer relocated herself from her final duty station and home, the beautiful island of Puerto Rico, to Hollywood a few years ago to pursue her career in the entertainment industry full-out.

Now she’s taking charge of her Hollywood career through acting, writing, producing, performing the powerful Spoken Word, studying & training Martial Arts and as choreographer/backup dancer to several local artists. As a Public Relations Officer in the Navy very involved in the media, including Speechwriter for top D.C. Admirals and Editor in Chief of one of the Navy’s nationally distributed magazines, Jamie has always been able to use her on camera, writing, leadership and public speaking skills. Then she lost it all. Her story is truly one of redemption of the most powerful kind, and has been written in her book “Living the High Life without Drinking the Champagne” published by WheelMan Press.  A story about how to start over and do it even bigger & better the second time around! “I read your book today Jamie, in one sitting.  It was totally worth it.   Your honesty about your story was very compelling.”  ~Tom Pollock, Montecito Picture Company

With a fan base of over 30,000 supporters and quickly growing and local celebrity status already established, watch how it all manifests into a public image never before witnessed…a new kind of celebrity. The Leader you’ll want to follow, leading by setting the example. “Be your OWN celebrity!”

 

Do not wait and hope to be discovered…make yourself so you cannot be denied!” ~Jamie McCall

She is the Renaissance Girl “Taking the nation with a warm embrace of inspiration!

 

Contact Arthouse Talent & Literary Agency for bookings:
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HIGH LIFE available NOW on Amazon Kindle Ebook & Print!

 

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8 Responses to Biography

  1. Jamie: you and I have more than a little in common; my ex-husband and I lived on NSGA Sabana Seca from 1995 – 1998, and I suspect that you were coming in as we were leaving. The second commonality is that we are both advocates for those suffering from mental illness and substance abuse. My own personal story began at NSGA Sabana Seca where the base and island forgive my candidness was saturated with rum and moreover, there was really no help for those of us who needed help; no AA meetings and very little advocacy for those of us who were suffering. Since this time, I am considering going to law school to further the cause for therapeutic courts that help the chemically addicted and mentally ill; a population that we are going to have more of because of the traumatic events that this world is experiencing. If we continue to incarcerate and penalize those who are seriously ill and continue on the current path of custodial sentencing versus tolerance and treatment, we will be in a hamster wheel of expense and lost families. Wish you well in your endeavors and your career. Respectfully, Tina

  2. Thank you for sharing this Tina, and for your advocacy work and your service! We need more like you – keep fighting the good fight. All the best, ~jMc

  3. I’m Alec Garcia, Patrick Kilpatrick’s Assistant. Just checking to see if your contact info is still current. Also, Mr. Kilpatrick would like to discuss with you his upcoming film Active Shooter along with future projects.

    Warmest Regards.

    Alec

    • Hello Alec,
      Yes you’ve reached me! Just click on the “contact” button at the top on the left of the page here to email. I sent you / Patrick an email as well, Patrick’s email address, but not sure if that’s current. Yes of course I’m interested! I’ve known Patrick for some time now. Thanks! ~jMc

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