As of 2015, Clint Walker has been in 23 movies. His first film was "Jungle Gents" in 1954, although his name did not appear in the credits. His last film was "Small Soldiers" in 1998, for which he provided voice-over work.
Born in Hartford, Illinois, in 1927, Clint Walker is an American actor best known for launching the Western television craze with "Cheyenne" in 1955. In 1956 he starred in the biblical epic "The Ten Commandments" and followed that up with film Westerns such as "Fort Dobbs," "Yellowstone Kelly" and "Gold of the Seven Saints." After "Cheyenne" ended, Walker took a notable supporting role in the classic war film "The Dirty Dozen" as well as a part in Frank Sinatra's only directed film, "None But the Brave."