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First Name
Robert

Last Name
Walker

Birthday
1918-10-13

Height
72

Build
Slim

Eye Color
Blue

Hair Color
Brown - Light

Birthplace
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Zodiac Sign
Libra

Died
1951-08-28

Place of Death
Los Angeles, California, USA

Cause of Death
Adverse Reaction To Prescription Drugs

Ethnicity
White

Religion
Mormon

Claim to Fame
Strangers on a Train

Gender
Male

Nationality
American

Profile Bio Text
He possessed the same special brand of rebel/misfit sensitivity and charm that made superstars out of John Garfield and (later) James Dean and Montgomery Clift. In the war-torn 1940s, Robert Walker represented MGM`s fresh, instinctive breed of up-and-coming talent. His boyish good looks combined with an attractive vulnerability came across the screen with such beauty, power and naturalness. He went quite far in his short life; however, the many tortured souls he played so brilliantly closely mirrored the actor himself and the demons that haunted his own being wasted no time in taking him down a self-destructive path for which there was no return. He was born Robert Hudson Walker, the youngest of four sons, in Salt Lake City in 1918 (some references list 1914). His father, Horace Walker, was a news editor for the local paper. His parents separated while he was quite young and the anxiety and depression built up over this loss marred his early school years, which were marked by acts of belligerent aggression and temper tantrums, resulting in his being expelled from school several times. To control his behavioral problems, a positive activity was sought that could help him develop confidence and on which he could focus his energies. It came in the form of acting. Following a lead in a school play at the San Diego Army and Navy Academy at Carlsbad-by-the-Sea, California, Walker entered an acting contest at the Pasadena Playhouse and won a top performance prize. A well-to-do aunt paid for his tuition at the American Academy of Dramatic Art (AADA) in 1938, and he was on his way. Things started off quite promisingly. While there he met fellow student Phyllis Isley who went on to play Elizabeth Barrett Browning to his Robert Browning in a production of "The Barretts of Wimpole Street" (Phyllis was later renamed Jennifer Jones). The couple fell in love and both quit the academy in order to save money and marry, but they found little work other than some small parts at a Greenwich Village theater. They eventually found a radio job together in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and married on January 2, 1939, honeymooning in Hollywood in order to secure more acting parts. Other than some radio jobs and bit parts in films, the move didn`t pan out. The couple returned to New York and started a family. Sons Robert Walker Jr. (born 1940) and Michael Walker (born 1941) would both become actors in their own right. Following their births Jennifer returned to auditioning and caught the eye of producer David O. Selznick, who took an immediate interest in her and signed her to a contract. Selznick was also instrumental in securing a contract for Robert over at MGM. Stardom would be theirs as a result of this Selznick association, but at quite a cost to Robert. Robert gained immediate attention in his first important MGM role as a shy, ill-fated sailor in Bataan (1943), but was miscast as a scientist in the Greer Garson biopic Madame Curie (1943). Hollywood notice would come in the form of his sweet, sad-sack title role in the service comedy See Here, Private Hargrove (1944), the story of a cub reporter who is drafted into the army. The role brought out all the touching, fascinating qualities of Robert. In the meantime, Jennifer became so caught up in her obsessive relationship with mentor Selznick that she broke off with Robert. The actor was devastated and abruptly turned to heavy drinking. He would never completely recover from this loss. The first of many skirmishes with the law came about when he was arrested on a hit-and-run charge. In another self-destructive act, he agreed to appear with his estranged wife in the Selznick film Since You Went Away (1944). Although he suffered great anguish during the filming, the movie was praised by critics. He played a young soldier who dies before the end of the last reel, and audiences identified with him in both his troubled on- and off-screen roles. Another vivid part that showed off Walker`s star quality came opposite the equally troubled Judy Garland in The Clock (1945), a simple romantic story of two lost souls, a soldier and a girl, who accidentally meet while he is on furlough. The tumultuous state of Walker`s not-so-private life began to seriously affect his screen career in the late 1940s. In the musical Till the Clouds Roll By (1946) he played composer Jerome Kern but was eclipsed by the musical numbers and flurry of special guests. He was third billed behind Katharine Hepburn and Paul Henreid, who portrayed pianist Clara Schumann and mentally unstable composer Robert Schumann, in Song of Love (1947). Robert played famed composer and friend Johannes Brahms. Following a lead part as a love-struck window dresser in One Touch of Venus (1948), which focused more on Ava Gardner`s creative vision of loveliness, he impulsively married Barbara Ford, the daughter of famed director John Ford. The marriage was quickly annulled within a few weeks after more erratic outbursts surfaced,

Couple Profile Source
www.imdb.com/name/nm0908153/bio

University
American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York City

Official Websites
www.robertwalkertribute.com

Full Name at Birth
Robert Hudson Walker

Film Role
Actor/Actress, Soundtrack

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Father
Horace Walker

Friend
Keenan Wynn, Peter Lawford, Jim Henaghan, Van Johnson, Spencer Tracy, Richard Boone

Pets
Brooke (Dog - Boxer)

Favorite Foods
Creamed Chicken Hash, Apple Pie A La Mode

Favorite Books
The Little Prince (Antoine de Saint-Exupery)

Favorite Colors
Royal Blue

Biography (Print)
Star-Crossed: The Story of Robert Walker and Jennifer Jones [1986] (Beverly Linet)

Age
32

Wikipedia Text

Robert Hudson Walker (October 13, 1918 â€“ August 28, 1951) was an American actor, best known for his starring role in Alfred Hitchcock's 1951 thriller Strangers on a Train, which was released shortly before his death.


Occupation Text
Actor

Middle Name
Hudson

Has Videos
1

Mother
Zella McQuarrie

Family Member
Robert Walker Jr (Son), Michael Walker (Son)

Year(s) Active
1939–1951

Dating Profile AutoText
Robert Walker died on 28th August, 1951. His last relationship was with Barbara Ford, they were married for 5 months.

During his life he was married to Barbara Ford in 1948 and Jennifer Jones from 1939 to 1945.

He also dated Ava Gardner in 1947, Katharine Hepburn from 1946 to 1947, Dorothy Patrick in 1946, Betty Furness in 1946, Florence Pritchett in 1945, Suzi Crandall in 1945, Audrey Totter in 1945, Shirley Patterson from 1944 to 1945, Shelley Winters, June Allyson and Hedy Lamarr.

Robert Walker was rumored to have hooked up with Nancy Reagan in 1940.

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