Clint Walker has appeared in numerous films, including “The Ten Commandments,” “Fort Dobbs,” “Yellowstone Kelly,” “Gold of the Seven Saints” and “The Night of the Grizzly.” He is best known for playing Cheyenne Bodie, a cowboy, in the TV series “Cheyenne.” “Send Me No Flowers,” “None but the Brave,” “The Dirty Dozen,” “More Dead Than Alive” and “Sam Whiskey” are some of his other popular films.
Born Norman Eugene Walker on May 30, 1927, Clint Walker has also appeared in numerous made-for-TV films and TV series. Apart from “Cheyenne,” Walker also starred in TV series “Centennial” and “Kodiak.” Walker’s popular TV films include “Killdozer!,” “Yuma,” “Hardcase,” “Scream of the Wolf” and “Snowbeast.”
At the end of World War II, at the age of 17, he joined the United States Merchant Marine. He did numerous odd jobs after leaving the Merchant Marine before he was discovered by Henry Willson. He debuted in a Tarzan-type character in the 1957 Bowery Boys film “Jungle Gents.” Walker was inducted into National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum’s Hall of Great Western Performers. He also has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Walker was born to Paul Arnold Walker and Gladys Huldah in Hartford, Illinois. As of September 2015, he has been married thrice. He married Verna Garver in 1948 and got divorced in 1968. He married Giselle Hennesy in 1974. She passed away in 1994. He married Susan Cavallari in 1997.