Jamie Thomas

Jamie Thomas ( born October 11, 1974 in Dothan, Alabama, United States) is a professional skateboarder.


Jamie Thomas was the beginning of the 1990s to the street skateboarder and joined in 1995 the Toy Machine Skate Team by Ed Templeton at. Especially popular was Thomas. Melon by his grave on the so-called Leap of Faith, one of the world's highest and most difficult skateboard Gap in the world In addition, Thomas was involved in numerous skateboarding videos, including welcome to Hell, thrill of it all, Dying to Live, Reason to Believe and Ride the Sky. He has built the company Zero Skateboards and is further owner of Zero Wheels Company, Fallen Footwear, and Thunder Trucks.

Jamie Thomas was awarded the 2006 Ernst & Young "Entrepreneur of the Year".

Graham Coxon (co-founder and lead guitarist of the British band Blur ) dedicated to him the song Jamie Thomas, the opening track of his solo album Golden D ( 2000) is.

  • Skater
  • Americans
  • Born in 1974
  • Man