Robert Walker Jr. Death
Robert passed away on December 5, 2019 at the age of 79 in Malibu, California, USA.
When did Robert Walker Jr. die?December 5, 2019
How old was Robert Walker Jr. when died?79
Where did Robert Walker Jr. die? What was the location of death?Malibu, California, USA
Robert Walker Jr. Birthday and Date of Death
Robert Walker Jr. was born on April 15, 1940 and died on December 5, 2019. Robert was 79 years old at the time of death.
Birthday: April 15, 1940
Date of Death: December 5, 2019
Age at Death: 79
Is Robert Walker Jr.'s father, Robert Walker, dead or alive?
Robert Walker Jr.'s father, Robert Walker, died on August 28, 1951 as he was 32 years old. His cause of death was adverse reaction to prescription drugs.
Is Robert Walker Jr.'s mother, Jennifer Jones, dead or alive?
Robert Walker Jr.'s mother, Jennifer Jones, died on December 17, 2009 as she was 90 years old. Her cause of death was natural causes.
Robert Walker Jr. - Biography
Robert Hudson Walker, Jr. is an American actor who was a familiar presence on TV in the 1960s and early 1970s. He became less active in later decades.
He has appeared in films and television since the early 1960s. His movies include the title role in Ensign Pulver (1964) with Burl Ives and Walter Matthau, The War Wagon (1967) with John Wayne and Kirk Douglas, the title role in Young Billy Young alongside Robert Mitchum in 1969, Easy Rider, also in 1969, and Beware! The Blob, or—Son of Blob in 1972. In 1982, he starred in Angkor: Cambodia Express with Nancy Kwan, Christopher George, Woody Strode, and Sorapong Chatree.
In the 1970s, Walker had a role in an episode of Columbo, "Mind Over Mayhem" (S3E06, 1974), and as an innocent longshoreman who takes the blame for a murder on Quincy, ME "The Hero Syndrome" (S3E09) in 1977. He also appeared in the 1978 pilot episode of The Eddie Capra Mysteries.
Walker maintained an episodic presence on TV in the 1980s and 1990s. He guest starred in two episodes of Murder, She Wrote with Angela Lansbury, once in 1987, and in 1990 as a mentally handicapped man in "Shear Madness" (S06, E20). His last screen performances were on the TV series L.A. Law and In the Heat of the Night, both in 1991. He also appeared in a TV series appearance in 1993 and had a small role in the 2016 film Beyond the Darkness.