Andrew Walker started performing in his elementary school’s drama program and began landing professional roles by age 14. At 16, he starred in the Canadian television series "Student Bodies," but his primary focus was landing a football scholarship to attend college in the United States. An injury dashed those plans, so he focused his career solely on acting.
Walker landed a role as Prince William on the television series "Back to Sherwood," followed by a starring role for two seasons on the comedy series "Radio Active." After moving to Los Angeles, Walker was cast in the WB’s "Maybe It’s Me," his first American television series, followed by "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" and a recurring role on the ABC sitcom "Hot Properties." His recent television credits include "ER," "The Big Bang Theory," "CSI: Miami," "CSI: NY," "Without a Trace" and "Sons of Tucson."
Walker’s feature film credits include a lead role in the feature film "Steel Toes," for which he received an award for Best Actor at the Whistler Film Festival and the ACTRA Award for Best Male Performance in a Lead Role. He has also starred in the films "Fast Track: No Limits," "The Gundown," "The Mountie" and the Lifetime Original Movie "Carnal Innocence."
In his free time, Walker enjoys hiking, white water canoeing, swimming, football and rugby.
Walker splits his time between his hometown of Montreal and Los Angeles.