Highest Rated: 90% The War Wagon () Lowest Rated: 83% Easy Rider () Birthday: Apr 15, Birthplace: Queens, New York, USA. Der gemeinsame Sohn Robert Walker junior trat in die Fußstapfen seiner Eltern und startete Anfang der er Jahre ebenfalls eine Schauspielkarriere. Im Juli. Robert Hudson Walker junior war ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler.
"Star Trek"-Schauspieler Robert Walker Jr. mit 79 Jahren gestorbenDer US-amerikanische Schauspieler Robert Walker Jr., der in den er Jahren in der TV-Serie „Raumschiff Enterprise“ mitspielte, ist tot. Der gemeinsame Sohn Robert Walker junior trat in die Fußstapfen seiner Eltern und startete Anfang der er Jahre ebenfalls eine Schauspielkarriere. Im Juli. Walker spielte auch in Serien wie "Dallas" und "Bonanza. Der US-amerikanische Schauspieler Robert Walker Jr., der in den er-Jahren in.
Robert Walker Jr. STORIES FROM CLASSIC HOLLYWOOD VideoRobert Walker, Jr. 1940-2019 Robert Walker Jr., son of actors Robert Walker and Jennifer Jones, died Thursday, his family confirmed to the official website for the television show “ Star Trek.” He was Walker Jr. is best. Robert Walker Jr. was born on April 15, , in Queens, New York, and educated in the U.S. and Europe. He trained at the Actors Studio, appeared on episodes of Route 66 and Naked City in and. Robert Walker Jr. full name Robert Hudson Walker Jr., was an American actor. He starred on a memorable Star Trek episode and in such films as Ensign Pulver and Young Billy Young. As the son of actors Robert Walker and Jennifer Jones, Robert Walker Jr. certainly had the right pedigree to make the grade in Hollywood. His parents separated when Robert was only three, and at age 9 his stepfather became the powerful film mogul David O. Selznick who by this time had already taken firm control of his mother's career. Robert Walker Jr., best known for a classic early Star Trek episode and as the son of Hollywood stars Robert Walker and Jennifer Jones, died Thursday in Malibu, according to family members. He was. Geburtstag: The Mysterious Airman. God Bless Dr.
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In , Walker spent time at the Menninger Clinic , where he was treated for a psychiatric disorder. In his final film, Walker played the title role of Leo McCarey 's My Son John , made at the height of the Red Scare.
Despite the film's anti- Communist themes, Walker was allegedly neither liberal nor conservative and took the job to work with McCarey and co-star Helen Hayes.
Walker was a registered Republican who supported Dwight Eisenhower 's campaign in the presidential election ,  and was of the Mormon faith.
On the night of August 28, , Walker's housekeeper reportedly found Walker in an emotional state. She called the actor's psychiatrist , Frederick Hacker, who arrived and administered amobarbital for sedation.
Walker had allegedly been drinking before the outburst, and it is believed the combination of amobarbital and alcohol caused him to lose consciousness and stop breathing.
Efforts to resuscitate Walker failed and he was pronounced dead shortly thereafter. He was aged The loss of such a promising young Hollywood actor was widely lamented.
In her biography of Walker and Jones, Star-Crossed , author Beverly Linet quotes Walker's friend Jim Henaghan, who was not mentioned in official accounts of Walker's death, as saying that he was present at the time of the events leading to Walker's death.
Henaghan, who was married to Gwen Verdon at the time, stated that he stopped by Walker's house, where they played cards, and Walker was behaving normally.
Walker's psychiatrist arrived and insisted that he receive an injection. When Walker refused, Henaghan held him down in order for the physician to administer it.
Walker soon lost consciousness, and frantic efforts to revive him failed. Born at Queens Hospital on April 15, As the son of actors Robert Walker and Jennifer Jones , Robert Walker Jr.
His parents separated when Robert was only three, and at age 9 his stepfather became the powerful film mogul David O. Selznick who by this time had already taken firm Born: April 15 , in New York City, New York, USA.
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In the s, Walker appeared in the television series Route 66 "Across Walnuts and Wine", He played the title role of an emotionally disturbed actor who lived and performed on the streets and in circuses, in the Naked City episode "Dust Devil on a Quiet Street" In The Big Valley episode "My Son, My Son" , Walker portrayed Evan Miles, an emotionally disturbed college dropout who becomes obsessed with childhood friend Audra Barkley.
Walker was cast in the Star Trek episode " Charlie X " as Charles 'Charlie' Evans, a year-old adolescent and social misfit with psychic powers.
Walker appeared in the fifth season of the series Combat! In addition he had the title role in an episode of The Time Tunnel titled " Billy the Kid " He also portrayed Nick Baxter, an ill alien who caused the deaths of humans by touch, in an episode of The Invaders "Panic", He played Mark Cole in an episode of Bonanza "The Gentle Ones", In the s, Walker had a role in an episode of Columbo "Mind Over Mayhem", , and as an innocent longshoreman who takes the blame for a murder on Quincy, M.
Selznick who by this time had already taken firm control of his mother's career. Robert Walker Jr. He also married wife Ellie Wood in the early 60s and they had three children.
Walker Jr. He started his film career in good company and with two strong roles in The Hook , a morality story set during the Korean war starring Kirk Douglas and Nick Adams , and The Ceremony in which he received a Golden Globe Award for "promising newcomer" as Laurence Harvey 's brother.
Unfortunately, his comparison to Lemmon paled significantly and the script had neither the charm nor wit of its predecessor.
He could quit and get out of the business and the town and destroy himself — or he could go to the Menninger Clinic and take treatment.
The studio would foot the bills. It was also stipulated that he would have to be committed, so that the clinic could hold him until they felt he was well enough to leave.
Bob agreed to go. The night before he left, he called me on the telephone. I had not heard of the arrangements, and I suggested we get together for lunch the next day.
He was very angry. For the first few weeks at the clinic, he would talk to no one. He told me he sat in a small room and refused all attentions and hated the place and all the people in it.
He was enraged because they thought he was ill. The incident that changed his mind made headlines. He was picked up by the Topeka police as disorderly and brought to the station to be driven back to the clinic.
He went on a rampage and broke nearly every pane of glass in the police station. But the real story was never printed. I did have a problem — and maybe they could help me.
That night there were four of us, and between us we had jus one half-pint of whisky. I knew liquor was not my problem. It was something much more serious, and I wanted to be cured.
When he returned, he feared going back to work and facing people. It was the hardest thing he had ever had to do. I knew how he would feel, and I wanted him to do it his way.
One evening he called me on the telephone. In a few minutes he stood in my doorway, and I invited him in to sit down. There was a feeling of strain between us.
He said it was, so we poured and sat in silence. I broke it. Just how nuts are you? Not much of it was either true or complimentary. It was a mistake they both made.
But they got the license and announced they would be married in a few days. That night Bob came to Balboa to see me.
I told him how I felt. I could tell from his reactions that it was also bothering him, so I asked him to let me see the license.
A few days later, he called me and asked me to come to his Beverly Hills apartment. When I got there, Barbara was present, too.
They told me they had been talking for a couple of hours, and that they wanted the license so they could get married that afternoon.
I asked them if they were both sure — and they said yes — so I gave them the license, got hold of Judge Edward Brand, and arranged for a room at the Beverly Club for the ceremony.
Barbara called her closest girl friend, the actress Nancy Guild, we drove to the club and the ceremony was performed The marriage lasted a week. Both of them realized they had made a mistake, so Barbara got an annulment.
I think that when he died he was in love with Kay Scott Nerney an actress and dark-eyed, sensitive beauty, who loved him and was always kind to him.
Ida Lupino was one of his dearest friends. He loved Lee Russell. She was his only date for two years, and, with me, she witnessed much of his misery before he went to Topeka.
He had a great personal affection for Dore Schary and felt he owed him much. He worshiped Emily Buck, his housekeeper, a woman who was truly a part of his little family.
And, he truly loved Pete, the houseboy and cook in his home. But most of all he loved his sons. It was for Bobbie and Michael that he tried so hard to keep a rein on his emotions.
And he wanted desperately to live a long time so he could see them through to manhood. I live at the beach at Malibu, in a house built upon the sand.
We played everlasting games.