Andrew Walker (actor)

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Andrew Walker
Born (1979-06-09) June 9, 1979 (age 35)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Occupation Actor, film producer
Years active 1994–present

Andrew Walker (born June 9, 1979) is a Canadian actor and film producer. He made his film debut in Laserhawk (1997), followed by roles in American television series such as Maybe It's Me, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, and Hot Properties. He also starred alongside Academy Award-nominated actor David Strathairn in Steel Toes (2006), which earned him an ACTRA Award for Best Actor in 2008. He subsequently appeared in films such as The Mountie and The Gundown, and had a starring role on the Lifetime cop drama Against the Wall.

Personal[edit]

Andrew was born in Montreal, Canada, the son of Joyce Walker, a librarian, and Bruce Walker, a school administrator. His sister is actress and model Jenimay Walker. He is a graduate of Vanier College,[1] where he played football and was given a full scholarship to play at Boston College. After his commitment to BC, he returned home to spring camp at Vanier and tore his anterior cruciate ligament during a routine drill, thus ending his football career.

He is married to Cassandra Troy, a local Montrealer.

Career[edit]

Andrew W. Walker started his acting career in Montreal as a recurring lead on the series Student Bodies in 1996-1997, a series lead on Back to Sherwood and then Radio Active 1998-2000. A month after he arrived in Hollywood he booked a series lead on the TV show Maybe It's Me, then Sabrina, the Teenage Witch.[2] Following a holding deal at Warner Bros., he worked on Wicked Minds, Adopted, Lies and Deception and then landed a recurring spot on the short-lived ABC sitcom Hot Properties.

In 2006 he starred opposite Academy Award nominee David Strathairn, playing a Neo-Nazi skinhead in the film Steel Toes. His performance won him a 2006 Phillip Borsos award at the Whistler Film Festival and the 2008 ACTRA Award for Best Actor.

Walker appeared in the 2007 Lifetime film Abducted: Fugitive for Love as the extremely charismatic Jack Carlson, which was a huge hit among the female demographic, subsequently Walker acquired a large fanbase and legions of female fans as a result of the tv movie, with multiple online message boards flooded with glowing, positive feedback of Walker.

He then garnered even more momentum guest-starring on ER, CSI: Miami, CSI: NY, Without a Trace and The Big Bang Theory.

In 2010, he guest-starred in the Fox comedy series Sons of Tucson, starred in the historic Canadian film The Mountie, the Spaghetti Western film The Gundown, and was associate producer for the film Dug Up. In 2011, producing four documentaries and reality TV series in development, Walker was a series regular on Lifetime's cop drama Against the Wall, which was cancelled in December 2011 after thirteen episodes.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1997 Laserhawk Bruce
2001 Heart: The Marilyn Bell Story Jerry Kerschner Television film
2001 Score, TheThe Score Jeff Uncredited
2001 Secret Pact, TheThe Secret Pact Wills
2003 Wicked Minds Holden Price Television film
2005 Lies and Deception Eddie Fate Television film
2006 Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell, TheThe Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell Franklin
2007 Abducted: Fugitive for Love Jack Carlson Television film
2007 Steel Toes Michael "Mike" Downey
2008 Fast Track: No Limits Mike Bender Cassidy
2008 Torturer, TheThe Torturer Rick
2009 Web of Lies Josh Lawson/Jarod Television film
2011 Carnal Innocence Agent Matthew Burns Television film
2011 Gundown, TheThe Gundown Cole Brandt
2011 Mountie, TheThe Mountie Wade Grayling
2012 Dark Canyon Jesse Helms
2012 Bride for Christmas, AA Bride for Christmas Aiden MacTiernan Television film
2012 Finding Mrs. Claus Myles Television film
2013 Penthouse North Ryan
2014 2 Bedroom 1 Bath Kevin
2014 Wedding Planner Mystery Aaron Gold Television film
2015 Bridal Wave Luke Griggs Television film
2015 Loaded Alex
2015 Kept Woman Evan Crowder Television film
2015 Psychophonia Dennis Filming
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1994 Sirens Bobby Corbin Episode: "The Needle and the Damage Done"
1995 Ready or Not Doug/Jake Episode: "Crater Face"
1996 Are You Afraid of the Dark? Eric Episode: "The Tale of the Vacant Lot"
1996 NYPD Blue Dr. Zisk Episode: "Auntie Maimed"
1996 My Hometown Brad 3 episodes
1997–99 Student Bodies JJ 10 episodes
1998 Halifax f.p. Body #4 Episode: "Afraid of the Dark"
1998 V.I.P. Derskin Episode: "Val Got Game"
1999 Are You Afraid of the Dark? Bucky Episode: "The Tale of the Secret Admirer"
1999 Back to Sherwood William de Gisborne Episode: "Scribblers"
1999–2000 Radio Active Blaire Resnickie 4 episodes
2001–02 Maybe It's Me Rick Stage 22 episodes
2002–03 Sabrina, the Teenage Witch Cole Harper 10 episodes
2005 Reba Frank Episode: "Best Lil' Haunted House in Texas"
2005 Hot Properties Scott 2 episodes
2006 Cuts Jeremy 5 episodes
2006 10.5: Apocalypse Sgt. Corbel Miniseries
2008 ER Jack Episode: "Status Quo"
2008 Big Bang Theory, TheThe Big Bang Theory Mike Episode: "The Nerdvana Annihilation"
2008 CSI: NY Greg Pullman Episode: "Sex, Lies and Silicone"
2008 CSI: Miami Steve Howell Episode: "Cheating Death"
2009 Without a Trace Jay Lester/Blake Keyes/Stephen Garcia/John Burroughs Episode: "Chameleon"
2010 Sons of Tucson Danny Episode: "Gina"
2011 Against the Wall John Brody 11 episodes
2012 Flashpoint Cole Episode: "A World of Their Own"
2014 When Calls the Heart Billy Hamilton 2 episodes
2015 Stalker Coach Baker Episode: "Lost and Found"

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