Robert Walker Jr

Birth Day April 15th, 1940
Birth Place Queens, New York
Age 84 Years Old

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Robert Hudson Walker Jr. famed as Robert Walker was an American actor. He was a familiar presence on television in the 1960s and early 1970s. He became less active in later decades. Some of his movies are Ensign Pulver, The War Wagon, Beware, Easy Rider and more. Recently, on 5th December 2019, he passed away at the age of 79. His death comes after DC Fontana’s passing, who wrote the Charlie X episode of Star Trek. 

Famous For

  • Being a familiar presence on television in the 1960s and early 1970s.

Robert Walker: Bio, Early Life, Parents, Ethnicity, Age, Religion

On 15th April 1940, Robert Walker was born as Robert Hudson Walker Jr. in Queens, New York, the USA. His nationality was American and his ethnicity was White. He was Christian by religion. He lastly celebrated his 78th birthday with his friends as of 2018. He was born to his parents Robert Walker and Jennifer Jones. He attended The Lawrenceville School near Princeton before beginning his acting career. He studied Tai Chi Chuan under Marshall Ho'o, a skill which he later exhibited in his role in the movie Easy Rider. He also had a half-sister named Mary Jennifer and a younger brother named Michael. 

Robert Walker: Cause of Death

On 5th December 2019, Robert Walker died in Malibu, California at the age of 79. His cause of death is unknown. 

Robert Walker: Career (Beginning-Present)

  • Robert had appeared in films and television since the 1960s. 
  • Some of his movies include the title role in Ensign Pulver (1964) with Burl Ives and Walter Matthau; The War Wagon (1967) with John Wayne and Kirk Douglas; the title role in Young Billy Young, alongside Robert Mitchum; Easy Rider (both 1969), and Beware! The Blob, or Son of Blob (1972). 
  • He had also featured in Angkor: Cambodia Express (1982) with Nancy Kwan, Christopher George, Woody Strode, and Sorapong Chatree.
  • He appeared in the television series Route 66 ("Across Walnuts and Wine", 1962).
  • In addition to this, he played the title role and an emotionally disturbed character who was a troubled actor who lived and performed on the streets and in circuses, in Naked City episode "Dust Devil on a Quiet Street" (also 1962). 
  • He had also portrayed Evan Miles, an emotionally disturbed college dropout who becomes obsessed with childhood friend Audra Barkley in The Big Valley episode "My Son, My Son," (1965). 
  • He had cast a role in the Star Trek episode "Charlie X" (1966) as Charles 'Charlie' Evans, a 17-year-old adolescent and social misfit with psychic powers. 
  • He appeared in the fifth season of the series Combat! in the episode "Ollie Joe" (also 1966). 
  • He had the title role in an episode of The Time Tunnel entitled "Billy the Kid" (1967). 
  • He played Mark Cole in an episode of Bonanza ("The Gentle Ones", 1967). 
  • He had a role in an episode of Columbo ("Mind Over Mayhem", 1974) in the 1970s. 
  • He also appeared in the pilot episode of The Eddie Capra Mysteries (1978).
  • He had maintained an episodic presence on television in the 1980s and 1990s.
  • He guest-starred in two episodes of Murder, She Wrote with Angela Lansbury, the first time in "The Corpse Flew First Class" (1987) and as a mentally handicapped man in "Shear Madness" (1990). 
  • His last television performances were in L.A. Law and In the Heat of the Night, both in 1991. 
  • Moreover, he made a television series appearance in 1993 and had a small role in the film Beyond the Darkness (2016).

Robert Walker: Marital Status, Wife, Divorce, Child

Robert Walker was a married person. He was married to Ellie Wood Walker in 1962. But the duo separated in 1976. After that, he married Judy Motulsky in 1978 and later they also got separated. He then married Dawn Walker. Altogether, he had seven children named; Michelle Walker, David Walker, Charlie Walker, Jordan Walker, Collette Walker, Henry Walker, and Emily Walker. His sexual orientation was straight and he was not gay. 

Robert Walker: Net Worth, Salary, Source of Income

Robert Walker was a very talented actor who had starred on a memorable Star Trek episode in films such as Ensign Pulver and Young Billy Young. With his movies career, he had accumulated a huge amount of money from his career. His net worth as of 2019 is still under review but it will be added soon. His exact salary is still to get unfold yet but there is no doubt in the mind of his followers that he was earning a considerable amount of salary from his work. 

Robert Walker: Height, Weight, Body Stats

Robert Walker was a very handsome person at his time. He had got a very charming personality with a talented gift. He had got a perfect height which matching with his body weight. He had got a tall height of five feet eight inches or 1.73 m. His other body measurements such as weight, biceps size and more have not been published by any sites yet neither he had revealed to the media. 

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