Sydney Walker

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Sydney Walker

American actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1921.

Countries: United States (20%), California (20%), New York (20%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Meg Ryan, Love Story (1970 film)




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Sydney Walker was born in 1921 add something


Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sydney Walker was primarily a stage actor, performing in twenty-eight Broadway plays between 1961 and 1973 add something


Between 1966 and 1969 Sidney Walker was a principal player in Ellis Raab's APA-Phoenix Repertory Company in New York City working with an extraordinary group including Rosemary Harris, Donald Moffet, Keene Curtis, Paul Sparer, Nancy Marchand, all of whom were to have significant careers in movies, television and theatre add something


In 1967, he was nominated for a Tony award as "Best Featured Actor in a Play" for his performance in "The Wild Duck" add something


As a character actor in motion pictures, he appeared in the 1970 blockbuster film "Love Story " following which he acted in the television soap opera "The Guiding Light" for the 1970-71 season add something


His most prominent film role came in the 1992 movie "Prelude to a Kiss", in which he was featured as a dying elderly man who switches bodies with a newlywed portrayed by Meg Ryan add something


Walker died of cancer in San Francisco, California, in 1994 add something

Sydney Walker died in 1994 add something