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David F. Walker

David F. Walker made his first film, Brain Damage: What's In It For You?, while still in high school as an after school project. He originally planned to be a comic book artist and writer. But when he realized that he couldn't draw that well, he focused on writing. In 1987 he was cast in the film Fatal Revenge, which he hopes no one will ever see.... See full bio »

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Filmography

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  Bitter Root (producer) (pre-production)
 2011 My Dinner with A.J. (producer)
 2007 Black Santa's Revenge (Short) (producer)
 2006 Uncle Tom's Apartment (producer)
 2005 Monday Night Gig (associate producer - as David Walker)
 2005 Damaged Goods (producer)
 2004 Macked, Hammered, Slaughtered and Shafted (Documentary) (producer)
 2003 The Dividing Hour (Video) (producer)
 2002 The Sexy Chef (associate producer - as David Walker)
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Other Works:

Editor, publisher, designer and main writer for the self-published film magazine "BadAzz MoFo". See more »

Official Sites:

BadAzz MoFo

Alternate Names:

BadAzz MoFo | Tyerhone Savage | Tyerone Savage | Tyherone Savage | David Walker

Height:

5' 9" (1.75 m)
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Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

Interviewed in the book "What It Is ... What It Was!".

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Attended the School of Visual Arts in New York after graduating from high school. See more »

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