Andrew Walker (actor)

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Andrew W. Walker
Born (1979-06-09) June 9, 1979 (age 35)
Montreal, Quebec
Occupation Actor, Producer

Andrew W. Walker (born June 9, 1979) is a Canadian actor and producer. His film debut was in the film The Score (2001), which triggered the American TV series 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 won him an ACTRA best actor award in (2008). He subsequently worked on films such as The Mountie, The Gundown and had a 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 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 found himself a recurring character spot on the short-lived ABC comedy 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 Best-Actor Award. Walker appeared in the movie Abducted, then garnered 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, spaghetti western The Gundown and was associate producer on the film Dug Up. In 2011, producing four documentaries and reality TV series in development, Walker was a series lead on Lifetime's cop drama Against the Wall which has been cancelled.

Filmography[edit]

Year TV Series/Film Role
2012 Finding Mrs. Claus Myles
A Bride for Christmas Aiden MacTiernan
2011 Against the Wall John Brody
2010 The Mountie, aka Red Coat Justice (post-production) Wade Grayling
Sons of Tucson Danny
The Gundown Cole Brandt
2009 Web of Lies Josh Lawson
Without a Trace Blake Keyes / Jay Lester / John Burroughs
2008 CSI: Miami Steve Howell
CSI: NY Greg Pullman
The Torturer Rick
The Big Bang Theory Mike
Fast Track: No Limits Mike Cassidy
ER Jack
2007 Abducted: Fugitive for Love Jack Carlson
2006 The Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell Franklin
Cuts Jeremy
10.5: Apocalypse Sergeant. Corbel
Steel Toes Michael 'Mike' Downey
Separated at Worth Nicholas
2005 Hot Properties Scott
Reba Frank
Lies and Deception Eddie Fate
Eyes The Foreman
Adopted Tucker Leaf
2003 Wicked Minds Holden Price
2002–2003 Sabrina, the Teenage Witch Cole Harper
2001–2002 Maybe It's Me Rick Stage
2001 The Secret Pact Wills
The Score Jeff (uncredited)
Heart: The Marilyn Bell Story Jerry Kerschner
1999–2000 Radio Active Blaire Resnickie
1999 Back to Sherwood William de Gisborne
Are You Afraid of the Dark? Bucky
1997–1999 Student Bodies JJ
1998 V.I.P. Derskin
Halifax f.p: Afraid of the Dark Body #4
1997 Laserhawk Bruce
1996 NYPD Blue Dr. Zisk
Are You Afraid of the Dark? Eric
1995 Ready or Not Doug / Jake
1994 Sirens Bobby Corbin

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.vaniercollege.qc.ca/notablealumni/awalker/
  2. ^ http://www.filmbug.com/db/343095

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