Christopher Walken
Christopher Walken
Christopher Walken is an American stage and screen actor.
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A Beginner's Guide To Isabelle Huppert
Huffington Post - 3 days
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Walken and Timberlake a hit with TV viewers in Super Bowl ad sweepstakes
LATimes - 19 days
A quirky commercial featuring Christopher Walken and Justin Timberlake scored big with viewers, becoming the underdog winner in the Super Bowl advertising sweepstakes Sunday. Bai Brands’ 30-second spot for its beverage line featured Walken dramatically delivering the lyrics from “Bye Bye Bye,"...
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Park In Queens Honors Native Christopher Walken With ... A Trail Of His Heads
NPR - 5 months
A number of disembodied heads emerge from the ground in the "Monument to Walken" installation through March. Should you get any ideas, the park informs visitors: "No Walken Picking" allowed.
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Christopher Walken's Floating Heads Currently Haunting A Queens Park
Huffington Post - 5 months
#christopherwalken heads #morecowbell A photo posted by Jen Walter (@jenwalternyc) on Oct 3, 2016 at 10:44am PDT If Christopher Walken’s disembodied head propped up on a concrete rod sounds like something out of your worst nightmare, you might want to steer clear of Astoria, Queens’ Socrates Sculpture Park for a while. Because it’s covered in them.  For this haunting reverie, we have artist Bryan Zanisnik to thank. His recently installed “Monument to Walken” consists entirely of concrete busts of the famed actor, who was born and raised in Astoria himself. Never has the versatile villain looked so stone-faced. Not so surprisingly, visitors have been uploading pictures of the wonderfully creepy works to social media since the sculptures were installed last week. The hashtag game (#morecowbell) is strong.  In a display case nearby, a comic made by Zanisnik’s collaborator Eric Winkler adds a bit of context to the disembodi ...
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Review: In ‘Nine Lives,’ a Man’s Life Is Like a Litter Box
NYTimes - 7 months
Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Garner and Christopher Walken star in a film about a distracted father who must turn into a cat to learn his lesson.
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Artist paints heart-warming portraits of cult pop culture figures, minus the irony
Yahoo News - 7 months
Fran Drescher. David Letterman. Ace Ventura (pet detective). Immortal figures of our time, oft seen as Tumblr GIFs, they deserve to be immortalised in adoring portraits. Fortunately, Melbourne-based artist Jessirose Streker has already done it. She's behind a project called "Portraits i painted of inspirational figures from around thw world."  SEE ALSO: This Londoner is transforming commuters into Renaissance-style paintings Yes, the spelling "thw" is intentional. "I just kept on typing it that way and it was easier. I guess I kept it because it suits the work," Streker told Mashable Australia. Streker's painted a collection of admirable and funny folks, ranging from cult figures such as Curb Your Enthusiasm's Larry David, to Aussie legends such as Corey Worthington and the country's beer-chugging former prime minister, Bob Hawke. Someone we actually look up to in Australia, for better or worse. Image: JESSIROSE STREKER Despite the irony of painting people who might not be considered w ...
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Jason Bateman, Nicole Kidman, Christopher Walken bring bite to their roles in 'The Family Fang'
LATimes - 10 months
Based on the popular 2011 novel of the same name by Kevin Wilson, “The Family Fang” has been adapted for the screen by David Lindsay-Abaire and directed by Jason Bateman, claiming its own surprising territory with a tone that is by turns darkly comic and bleakly morose. The story grapples with...
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Natalie Wood's Daughter Didn't Want Her To Go On Fatal Boating Trip
Huffington Post - 11 months
On November 29, 1981, actress Natalie Wood died in a tragic boating accident. She drowned off the coast of Catalina Island at the age of 43.  At the time, Wood's daughter with Richard Gregson, Natasha Gregson Wagner, was just 11 years old. In the latest issue of People, Natasha, now 45, opens up about her final moments with her mom, revealing that she didn't want her to leave.  "I remember she was getting dressed and putting [her perfume] Jungle Gardenia on,” she told the magazine. "They were getting ready to go on the boat. I was hugging her and telling her I loved her and to have a great trip. She had an angora sweater on and it was very soft. That's my last memory of her." She continued, "I had a funny feeling. I don't know if it was just being a child who didn't want her mom to leave or what it was but I didn't want her to go."  Natalie set off on the boating trip with her husband at the time, Robert Wagner, and her "Brainstorm" co-star, Christopher Walken. Her deat ...
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'One More Time' with Christopher Walken plays a simple tune
LATimes - 11 months
Many fine small moments pepper the family dramedy "One More Time," but they don't add up to a satisfying enough whole. The film, written and directed by Robert Edwards, gives veteran actor Christopher Walken a meaty supporting role as Paul Lombard, a washed-up crooner once called the King of Romance....
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Stunning images of ‘Jungle Book’ stars with their characters
Houston Chronicle - 11 months
“What Just Happened”: Since everything in Disney’s new “Jungle Book” is CGI, except Neel Sethi who plays Mowgli, we won’t get to see the big name actors who lent their voices to the film. So Disney released some incredible images of the actors with their animal characters like Lupita Nyong’o and Raksha, Christopher Walken and
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2016 Super Bowl commercials: Christopher Walken, singing sheep could steal the show
LATimes - about 1 year
Sunday's Super Bowl commercials feature hot guys, hot girls, hot cars and, yes, hot dogs in the form of flying Dachshunds. Also ready to roll are Clydesdales, singing sheep, "Kung Fu Panda" and loads of celebrities. More than three dozen stars will appear in commercials during the big game, according...
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Christopher Walken
  • 2016
    Age 72
    In 2016, he voiced King Louie in the CGI-live action remake of Disney's The Jungle Book.
    More Details Hide Details He also recorded a cover of Louie's song I Wan'na Be like You, which he sings in the film as well as on the soundtrack. Described as "diverse and eccentric" and "one of the most respected actors of his generation", Walken has long established a cult following among film fans. He's known for his versatility and named as one of Empire magazine's "Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time". Once dubbed as a "cultural phenomenon", he has portrayed several iconic movie characters including Johnny Smith in The Dead Zone, Max Shreck in Batman Returns and Max Zorin in A View to a Kill and was also considered for the role of Han Solo in Star Wars films. His Oscar-winning performance in The Deer Hunter ranked as 88th greatest movie performance of all time by Premiere magazine and his performance in Pennies from Heaven was made into Entertainment Weekly's list of the "100 Greatest Performances that should have won Oscars but didn't". Sometimes regarded as "one of the kings of cameos", Walken has made several notable cameo appearances or appeared in a single but popular scene of films including Captain Koons in Pulp Fiction, Duane in Annie Hall, Hessian Horseman in Sleepy Hollow, and Don Vincenzo in True Romances popular "Sicilian scene" which was described by Quentin Tarantino as one of his most proud moments in his career.
  • 2015
    Age 71
    In 2015, Walken starred in the film When I Live My Life Over Again and played the role of Clem for the second time in the David Spade comedy Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser.
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  • 2014
    Age 70
    In 2014, Walken played Captain Hook in the NBC production Peter Pan Live!
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    Walken appears as Gyp DeCarlo in the 2014 film Jersey Boys.
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    In 2014, he appeared in Turks & Caicos.
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  • 2013
    Age 69
    In 2013, Walken became the protagonist in the campaign "Made From Cool" by Jack & Jones.
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  • 2012
    Age 68
    Walken endorsed President Barack Obama for re-election in 2012.
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    Walken reunited with McDonagh for the British crime comedy film Seven Psychopaths which had its world premiere on 7 September 2012.
    More Details Hide Details Walken also played the founder and leader of a string quartet in A Late Quartet (late in 2012). Walken costarred with Al Pacino and Alan Arkin in the film Stand Up Guys, a story about aging gangsters out on the town for one last hoorah. He also appeared in The Power of Few.
  • 2011
    Age 67
    In 2011 he played the role of Jewish-American loan shark Alex "Shondor" Birns in the film based on the life of gangster Danny Greene, Kill the Irishman.
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  • 2010
    Age 66
    Walken returned to Broadway in Martin McDonagh's play A Behanding in Spokane in 2010, and received a Tony Award nomination for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play.
    More Details Hide Details He had a small voice role in NBC sitcom 30 Rock, in the "Audition Day" episode.
  • 2009
    Age 65
    The film The Maiden Heist, a comedy co-starring Morgan Freeman, William H. Macy and Walken about security guards in an art museum, debuted at the Edinburgh International Film Festival on June 25, 2009.
    More Details Hide Details Walken also starred in Universal Studios Florida's "Disaster" attraction (formerly "Earthquake and the Magic of Effects" and soon to be Fast & Furious: Supercharged). Walken portrayed the owner of "Disaster Studios" Frank Kincaid and encouraged guests to be extras in his latest film, Mutha Nature. Walken was projected on a clear screen, much like a life-size hologram, and interacted with the live-action talent.
  • 2007
    Age 63
    He co-starred in the 2007 film adaptation Hairspray, wherein he is seen singing and dancing in a romantic duet with John Travolta, and portrayed the eccentric but cruel crime lord and Ping-Pong enthusiast Feng in the 2007 comedy action film Balls of Fury opposite Dan Fogler.
    More Details Hide Details Walken was in the movie Five Dollars a Day (released in 2008), in which he plays a con man proud of living like a king on $5 a day.
  • 2006
    Age 62
    Walken became the subject of a hoax controversy in 2006, when a fake website started in August of that year by members of Internet forum announced that he was running for President of the United States.
    More Details Hide Details Some believed it was authentic, until Walken's publicist dismissed the claims. When asked about the hoax in a September 2006 interview with Conan O'Brien, Walken said he was amused; and when asked to come up with a campaign slogan, he replied, "What the Heck" and "No More Zoos!"
    In 2006, he played Morty, a sympathetic inventor who is more than meets the eye, in the comedy/drama Click and also appeared in Man of the Year with Robin Williams and Lewis Black.
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  • 2005
    Age 61
    In 2005, he played Mark Heiss in the film Domino and the role of Secretary Cleary in the film Wedding Crashers.
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  • 2004
    Age 60
    Walken played the role of Paul Rayburn in 2004's Man on Fire, where, when speaking about the imminent destructive actions of John Creasy (Denzel Washington), his character states: "A man can be an artist... in anything, food, whatever.
    More Details Hide Details It depends on how good he is at it. Creasy's art is death. He's about to paint his masterpiece."
    Walken also starred in Barry Levinson's Envy, in which he plays J-Man, a crazy guy who helps Ben Stiller's character, and in his starring role in 2004's Around the Bend he again has a dancing scene as he portrays an absentee father who has fled prison to reunite with his father, his son, and the grandson he never knew before dying.
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  • 2002
    Age 58
    He was nominated for a Razzie (Worst Supporting Actor) in 2002's The Country Bears and in two 2003 movies, Gigli and Kangaroo Jack.
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    In 2002 Walken played Mike in the film Poolhall Junkies and played Frank Abagnale, Sr. in Catch Me If You Can, which is inspired by the story of Frank Abagnale, Jr., a con artist who passed himself off as several identities and forged millions of dollars' worth of checks.
    More Details Hide Details His portrayal earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Walken also had a part in the 2003 action comedy film The Rundown, starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Seann William Scott, in which he plays a ruthless despot.
  • 2001
    Age 57
    Also in 2001, Walken played Lieutenant Macduff in Scotland, Pa, Billy Morissette's loose film adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth.
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    Also in 2001, Walken played a gangster who was in the witness protection program in the David Spade comedy Joe Dirt and an eccentric film director in America's Sweethearts.
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    Walken had a notable music video performance in 2001 with Fatboy Slim's "Weapon of Choice".
    More Details Hide Details Directed by Spike Jonze, it won six MTV awards in 2001 and - in a list of the top 100 videos of all time compiled from a survey of musicians, directors, and music industry figures conducted by UK music TV channel VH1 - won Best Video of All Time in April 2002. In this video, Walken dances and flies around the lobby of the Marriott Hotel in Los Angeles; Walken also helped choreograph the dance.
    Walken debuted as a film director and scriptwriter with the short film Popcorn Shrimp in 2001.
    More Details Hide Details He also wrote and acted the main role in a play about his idol Elvis Presley titled Him in 1995.
  • 2000
    Age 56
    In 2000, Walken was cast as the lead, along with Blair Brown, in James Joyce's The Dead on Broadway.
    More Details Hide Details A "play with music", The Dead featured music by Shaun Davey, conducted by Charles Prince, with music coordination and percussion by Tom Partington. James Joyce's The Dead won a Tony Award that year for Best Book for a Musical.
  • 1999
    Age 55
    In 1999, Walken played Calvin Webber in the romantic comedy Blast from the Past.
    More Details Hide Details Webber is a brilliant but eccentric Caltech nuclear physicist whose fears of a nuclear war lead him to build an enormous fallout shelter beneath his suburban home. The same year, he appeared as the Headless Horseman in Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow, starring Johnny Depp and Christina Ricci. He also appeared in Kiss Toledo Goodbye with Michael Rapaport and Nancy Allen. Walken also starred in two music videos in the 1990s. His first video role was as the Angel of Death in Madonna's 1993 "Bad Girl". The second appearance was in Skid Row's "Breakin' Down" video.
  • 1998
    Age 54
    In 1998, Walken played an influential gay New York theater critic in John Turturro's film Illuminata.
    More Details Hide Details The same year he voiced Colonel Cutter in the computer-animated film Antz.
  • 1997
    Age 53
    In 1997, Walken starred in the comedy films Touch and Excess Baggage and had a minor role in the film MouseHunt.
    More Details Hide Details He also appeared in the drama/thriller film Suicide Kings, which was also filled with suspense and humor.
  • 1996
    Age 52
    In 1996 Walken also appeared in the Italian film Celluloide as US Officer Rod Geiger and played the role of Ray in the Abel Ferrara crime-drama film The Funeral.
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    In the 1996 film Last Man Standing, Walken plays a sadistic gangster named Hickey.
    More Details Hide Details That year, he played a prominent role in the video game Ripper, portraying Detective Vince Magnotta. Ripper made extensive use of real-time recorded scenes and a wide cast of celebrities in an interactive movie.
  • 1995
    Age 51
    In 1995, Walken acted in "Him," a first play written by Walken about his idol Elvis in the afterlife featured in the New York Shakespeare Festival. (R. Tantich, "Plays and Players," New York, 1995)
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    In 1995, he appeared in Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead, Wild Side, The Prophecy and the modern vampire flick The Addiction, which was his second collaboration with director Abel Ferrara and writer Nicholas St. John.
    More Details Hide Details He also appeared in Nick of Time, which also stars Johnny Depp, and an art house film by David Salle, Search and Destroy.
  • 1994
    Age 50
    Later in 1994, Walken starred in A Business Affair, a rare leading role for him in a romantic comedy.
    More Details Hide Details Walken manages to once again feature his trademark dancing scene as he performs the tango.
  • 1992
    Age 48
    Also in 1992, Walken appeared in Madonna's controversial coffee table book SEX, and he played Bobby, Cassandra's producer, in Wayne's World 2.
    More Details Hide Details Walken's next major film role was opposite Dennis Hopper in True Romance, scripted by Quentin Tarantino. His so-called Sicilian scene has been hailed by critics as the best scene in the film and is the subject of four commentaries on the DVD. Walken has a supporting role in Tarantino's Pulp Fiction as a Vietnam veteran giving his dead comrade's son the family's prized possession - a gold watch - while explaining in graphic detail how he had hidden it from the Vietcong by smuggling it in his rectum after the boy's father, in whose rectum the watch had previously been concealed, had died of dysentery.
    In 1992, Walken played a villain in Batman Returns, millionaire industrialist Max Shreck.
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  • 1989
    Age 45
    In 1989, he played the lead role of "Puss" in the Cannon theatre group's musical version of "Puss in Boots".
    More Details Hide Details The Comfort of Strangers, an art house film directed by Paul Schrader, features Walken as Robert, a decadent Italian aristocrat with extreme sexual tastes and murderous tendencies who lives with his wife (Helen Mirren) in Venice. King of New York (1990), directed by Abel Ferrara, stars Walken as ruthless New York City drug dealer Frank White, recently released from prison and set on reclaiming his criminal territory.
    He also played the leading role of Whitley Strieber in 1989's Communion, an autobiographical film written by Strieber based on his claims that he and his friends were subject to visitations by unknown, other-worldly entities variously identified as possibly "aliens" or, simply, as "visitors".
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  • 1988
    Age 44
    In 1988, Christopher Walken played a memorable role as Sgt.
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  • 1985
    Age 41
    In 1985, Walken played a James Bond villain, Max Zorin, in A View to a Kill, Roger Moore's last appearance as Bond.
    More Details Hide Details Walken dyed his hair blond to befit Zorin's origins as a Nazi experiment. At Close Range (1986) starred Walken as Brad Whitewood, a rural Pennsylvania crime boss who tries to bring his two sons into his empire; his character was mostly based on criminal Bruce Johnston.
  • 1983
    Age 39
    Walken then played schoolteacher-turned-psychic Johnny Smith in David Cronenberg's 1983 adaptation of Stephen King's The Dead Zone.
    More Details Hide Details That same year, Walken also starred in Brainstorm alongside Natalie Wood and (in a minor role) his wife, Georgianne. Walken was one of the last persons to see Wood alive before her drowning near Santa Catalina Island, California, while on a Thanksgiving weekend boating trip. In 2011, Walken hired a lawyer when authorities reopened the Wood case, while the LAPD said, "Walken is not a suspect." The case was closed and termed an accidental death until June 2012, when the investigation was reopened and the cause of death was changed to "undetermined". Authorities stated that Walken is not a suspect.
  • 1982
    Age 38
    In 1982, he played a socially awkward but gifted theater actor in Who Am I This Time? opposite Susan Sarandon.
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  • 1981
    Age 37
    Walken also starred in the 1981 action adventure The Dogs of War, directed by John Irvin.
    More Details Hide Details He surprised many critics and filmgoers with his intricate tap-dancing striptease in Herbert Ross's musical Pennies from Heaven (1981).
  • 1978
    Age 34
    Walken won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in Michael Cimino's 1978 film The Deer Hunter.
    More Details Hide Details He plays a young Pennsylvania steelworker who is emotionally destroyed by the Vietnam War. To help achieve his character's gaunt appearance before the third act, Walken consumed only bananas, water, and rice for a week. Walken's first film of the 1980s was the controversial Heaven's Gate, directed by Cimino of Deer Hunter fame.
    In 1978, he appeared in Shoot the Sun Down, a western filmed in 1976 that costarred Margot Kidder.
    More Details Hide Details Along with Nick Nolte and Burt Reynolds, Walken was considered by George Lucas for the part of Han Solo in Star Wars; the part ultimately went to Harrison Ford. In (1977) Walken also starred in an episode of Kojak as Ben Wiley, a robber.
  • 1977
    Age 33
    Also in 1977, Walken had a minor role as Eli Wallach's partner in The Sentinel.
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    In Woody Allen's 1977 film Annie Hall, Walken played the homicidal and borderline crazy brother of Annie Hall (Diane Keaton).
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  • 1976
    Age 32
    Paul Mazursky's 1976 film Next Stop, Greenwich Village had Walken, under the name "Chris Walken", playing fictional poet and ladies' man Robert Fulmer.
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  • 1969
    Age 25
    Walken married Georgianne Walken (née Thon) in 1969: she is a casting director, notably for The Sopranos.
    More Details Hide Details They live in Wilton, Connecticut, and have no children. Walken has stated in interviews that having no children is one of the reasons he has had such a prolific film career. Walken has a cat named Bowtie; his previous cat was named Flapjack. Walken and his wife also have a vacation home on Block Island, Rhode Island.
    In 1969, Walken guest-starred in Hawaii Five-O as Navy SP Walt Kramer.
    More Details Hide Details In 1964, he changed his first name to "Christopher" at the suggestion of a friend who believed the name suited him better than his given name, Ronald. He prefers to be known informally as "Chris" instead of "Christopher". Walken made his feature film debut with a small role opposite Sean Connery in Sidney Lumet's The Anderson Tapes. In 1972's The Mind Snatchers a.k.a. The Happiness Cage, Walken played his first starring role. In this science fiction film, which deals with mind control and normalization, he plays a sociopathic U.S. soldier stationed in Germany.
  • 1966
    Age 22
    In 1966, Walken played the role of King Philip of France in the Broadway premiere of The Lion in Winter.
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  • 1963
    Age 19
    In 1963, he appeared as "Chris" in an episode of Naked City starring Paul Burke.
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  • 1954
    Age 10
    Over the next two years, he appeared frequently on television (landing a role in the experimental film Me and My Brother) and had a thriving career in theatre. From 1954 to 1956, Walken and his brother Glenn originated the role of Michael Bauer on the soap opera The Guiding Light.
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  • 1953
    Age 9
    He landed a regular role in the 1953 television show The Wonderful John Acton as the show's narrator.
    More Details Hide Details During this time, he was credited as "Ronnie Walken".
  • 1943
    Named for actor Ronald Colman, Walken was born Ronald Walken on March 31, 1943, in Astoria, Queens.
    More Details Hide Details He is the son of Rosalie (May 16, 1907 – March 26, 2010), a British emigrant from Glasgow, Scotland, and Paul Wälken (October 5, 1903 – February 23, 2001), who came to the U.S. from Germany in 1928. His father owned and operated Walken's Bakery in Astoria. Walken was raised a Methodist. Influenced by their mother's own dreams of stardom, he and his brothers, Kenneth and Glenn, were child actors on television in the 1950s. At age 15, when a girl friend showed him a magazine photo of Elvis, Walken said, "This guy looked like a Greek god. Then I saw him on television. I loved everything about him." He changed his hairstyle to imitate Elvis and hasn't changed it since. (Robert Schnakenberg, "Christopher Walken A to Z", 2008) As a teenager, he worked as a lion tamer in a circus. Walken went to Hofstra University but dropped out after one year, having gotten the role of Clayton Dutch Miller in an Off-Broadway revival of Best Foot Forward, co-starring with Liza Minnelli, who played Ethel Hofflinger. Walken initially trained as a dancer in music theatre at the Washington Dance Studio before moving on to dramatic roles in theatre and then film.
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