With her recent appearance on the NCIS episode "Semper Fidelis", Jaime has now worked with both leads of the '60's spy series, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. She has costarred with Robert Vaughn (Napoleon Solo) on Hustle and has now worked with David McCallum (Illya Kuryakin) on NCIS.
Jamie attended the 'Mac Viva Glam V' launch party held at the Home House in London in 2005.
Jamie is the "face" of Debenhams, which is a UK department store with over 126 stores across the UK and Ireland.
Jamie played the supporting role of Kate's sister, in Sally Wainwright's adaptation of "The Taming of the Shrew" for BBC America in the ShakespeaRe-Told series. Shirley Henderson played Kate and Rufus Sewell as Petruchio.
Jaime Murray is 5ft 7in (170 cm) tall.
Before deciding to follow her dreams and study acting, Jaime attend the London School of Economic and Political Science (LSE).
Jaime was diagnosed as having dyslexia when she was in secondary school. She found out just before she began taking her "A Levels", which is a non-compulsory qualification taken by students in UK. A Level exams are much like the SAT or ACT exams in the US, in that they are a de facto university qualification exams.
According to Jaime, her parents named her after Jaime Sommers, who was the lead character's name of the 1970's hit TV show The Bionic Woman.
It was rumored that Jaime was up for the lead role in the movie Wonder Woman (2007), In Jaime's own words, "Apparently I'm up for Wonder Woman... well, I read in the papers at the week end that I was up for Wonder Woman. I knew nothing about it until I was asked about it, but that would be fun wouldn't it?"
Jaime Murray currently lives in Essex, which is a county in England that lies between London and the English Channel.
While at college, Jaime studied philosophy and psychology because her parents wanted her to focus on academics. However, once she was away from home, she decided to pursue acting instead.
Jaime appeared in the 2005 made for TV movie "The Taming Of The Shrew", starring as "Bianco Minola"
Jamie's first appearance on American television was in the Pilot episode of "Keen Eddie", playing the role of Kiki. Jamie starred opposite Mark Valley who later went on to star on the show "Boston Legal" as Brad Chase.
Jaime sang on the pop song "I'm Alive" by Stretch & Vern in 1996, which reached #6 on the UK charts and even performed the song on the popular British television show "Top of the Pops!".
Jaime began her acting career first in theater in the 1990's. In 1992, she had a small un-credited role in the student film Another Girl, Another Planet.
Jamie attended the 2005 National Television Awards at London's Royal Albert Hall with her father Billy Murray. She wore a mermaid-halter-neck gown
(Jaime's nickname for fellow "Hustle" co-star Robert Vaughn)
Jamie: What we found out this year was that he used to be called 'Knobby' when he was in school. So I've been calling him 'Knobby', nobody else dares (laughing). So I call him 'Knobby Vaughn.'
(On starting out as an unknown actress on the British TV series, Hustle)
Jamie: I'm so close to those boys now, but when I started, I was soooo intimidated. I was a nobody, with no experience. I didn't even know what to do with the camera! I thought the best thing to do was ignore it.
Jamie: Why did I want to be an actor? I wanted everyone to love me (Laughs). That's what they say in 'Chicago,' isn't it? More loooove!
Jamie: I was very bookish growing up, and I studied hard at school. My parents wanted me to have an academic career. So I ended up going to the London School of Economics, and studied philosophy and psychology, which was as close to acting as I could get in the academic world.
(On what was required for the role of Stacie in the UK series, Hustle)
Jamie: Stacie was described as having 'legs that go on for miles'. I arrived for the audition in towering platforms. Later, after I got the job and had a meeting with the casting director, I felt safe wearing flip-flops.
(About her charcater Stacie)
Jamie: She's intelligent, she's sexy, she's nobody's fool. She's cool, calm and collected. And naughty.
(On what she likes about starring in the UK drama, Hustle)
Jamie: The stories let me play different characters in every episode: different accents, different costumes. So much fun!
(On her outfit in episode two of season two)
Jamie: I must say I did feel a bit uncomfortable - the skirts were quite short, the material was really quite flimsy and my breasts were up and out there! It's not how I would choose to dress, but I do like doing things that are completely different to me, and that really was not me!