Robert Walker, Jr.
Robert Hudson Walker, Jr. is an American actor. He was born in Queens, New York and is the elder son of actors Robert Walker and Jennifer Jones. A younger brother, Michael Walker, died in 2007 http://www. imdb. com/name/nm0908032/. Walker appeared in a 1962 episode of the classic television series Route 66. Walker, Jr. has appeared in films and television since the early 1960s. His movies include the title role in Ensign Pulver (1964) with Burl Ives and Walter Matthau, The War Wagon (1967) with John Wayne and Kirk Douglas, the title role in Young Billy Young alongside Robert Mitchum in 1969, Easy Rider, also in 1969, and Beware! The Blob, or--Son Of Blob in 1972. In 1982 he starred in Angkor: Cambodia Express with Nancy Kwan, Christopher George, Woody Strode and Sorapong Chatree. In The Big Valley episode, "My Son, My Son," aired on November 3, 1965, Walker, Jr. portrayed Evan Miles, an emotionally disturbed college dropout who becomes obsessed with childhood friend Audra Barkley. He played the title role and another emotionally disturbed character, a troubled actor who lived and performed on the streets and in circuses, in The Naked City episode "Dust Devil on a Quiet Street" from Nov. 28, 1962. He had a memorable role in Star Trek as "Charles 'Charlie' Evans" in the episode "Charlie X", which aired 15September1966, and reprised in the fan film "0f gods and Men". In addition, he played Billy the Kid in episode 22 of The Time Tunnel, which originally aired on February 10, 1967, and also portrayed Nick Baxter, an ill alien who caused the deaths of humans by touch, in the episode "Panic" in the television series The Invaders, which aired on April 11, 1967. He also had a role in an episode of Columbo, "Mind Over Mayhem", (1974) and in fifth season of the series Combat! in the episode "Ollie Joe". In later years, Walker Jr. maintained on TV episodics, his final appearances occurring in 1991 with L.A. Law and In the Heat of the Night.