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Clay Walker was born in March 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee, USA. He is known for his work on Post No Bills (1991), The Cole Nobody Knows (2006) and Squirrel Nut Zippers: Musical Candy (1996). See full bio »


in Memphis, Tennessee, USA

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Post No Bills Editor
Highlander II: The Quickening Editorial Department


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 2011 Last Supper (Short)
 2009 Fireflies and Junebugs (Short)
 2009 My Manny (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Mike's Return (2009)
 2008 Window Shopping (Short)
 2007 The Man Who Ate Too Much (Short)
 2006 Str8 Chaser (Short)
 2006 The Cole Nobody Knows (Documentary short)
 2005 The Cure (Short)
 2003 Alpha & Omega (Short)
 2002 The Quilts of Gee's Bend (Documentary short)
 1999 Contributions (Documentary)
 1999 The History of Corning Glass (Documentary short)
 1998 Gil's Choice
 1998 Perennial Favorites (Video documentary short)
 1997 Love & Fate
 1991 Post No Bills (Documentary)
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Walker studied sign language for several years after meeting Marlee Matlin at the premiere of the film Walker (1987) at Lincoln Center in New York City. See more »

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