Actor Clint Walker is best known for his starring role as Cheyenne Bodie in the television series “Cheyenne.” The popular series debuted in 1955 and aired for eight seasons. Walker's most impressive supporting movie role was in "The Dirty Dozen," according to IMDb.
Clint Walker was born a twin on May 30, 1927 in Hartford, Illinois. He joined the Merchant Marine at age 17, just as World War II was coming to an end. After his discharge from the service, he moved to Las Vegas, where he was employed as a security guard and doorman at the Sands Hotel.
The American actor appeared in many films, including "The Ten Commandments," "None But the Brave," "Night of the Grizzly," "Send Me No Flowers: and "Yellowstone Kelly."