John Walton (actor)

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John Walton
Born 1952
St Ives, New South Wales, Australia
Died 17 July 2014 (aged 62)

John Walton (1952 – 17 July 2014) was an Australian actor of stage, television, and film, best known for his role in television soap opera The Young Doctors

Walton was born in St. Ives, Sydney, Australia.

Roles[edit]

He played Doctor Craig Rothwell in the television soap opera The Young Doctor during 1976 and 1977. In 1985 he also appeared in the miniseries Bodyline, and he played the part of Sir Charles Kingsford Smith in the Australian mini-series A Thousand Skies. He also completed a stint in Heartbreak High playing Nat Delaine from 1997 until 1998.

Other television credits include: Cop Shop, Skyways, A Country Practice, Halifax f.p., McLeod's Daughters, All Saints, MDA and most recently Blue Heelers.

Death[edit]

Walton died in 2014 after a long illness in Sydney, aged 62.[1]

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