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Overview (1)

Height 5' 11" (1.8 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Walt Sloan has appeared in over 20 plays in the Chicago area, over 80 films and television productions, in several national and regional commercials, and numerous industrial and educational films.

He has appeared in supporting roles in several award-winning short and feature films, including "4 and a Half Terrorists," winner of the 2008 Chicago Comedy TV Pilot Competition. Walt had a lead role in "Only Thunder," awarded First Place in the short film category at the 2013 Sunset International Film Festival in Los Angeles, and a lead role in "Fate Accompli," winner of Best Thriller Short in the 2014 Illinois International Film Festival. He also had a supporting role in "Return to the Hiding Place," winner of Best Feature and Audience Choice Award at the 2013 San Antonio Christian Film Festival, and a lead role in "Day 1," winner of Best Guerrilla Feature at the 2016 Action on Film International Film Festival. As a writer, he received a Best Screenplay Award in 2011 for his religious thriller "The Salus Imperative."

In addition to acting and writing, Walt sings bass/baritone with The Buckthorns, a 12-member mixed a cappella group that has been performing in the Chicago area since 1995.

Walt is represented for acting, voice, and print by Shirley Hamilton,Inc

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Trivia (6)

Walt is married to Esther Gutiérrez-Sloan, the creator of SALSArobics®, who was inducted into the National Fitness Hall of Fame in 2010 as the pioneer in introducing authentic Latin rhythms and dance steps into the aerobics industry.
Since 2001, Walt has been singing bass/baritone for The Buckthorns, an eleven-member mixed a cappella group, popular in the Chicago area, that has released three CDs since 2003.
Walt is a published author in the Journal of Addictive Diseases for "Hypothesis for Temporal Displacement of Metabolic and Neuronal Accommodation in Smoking Addiction" (1999), and in Color Research & Application for "Correction of single-beam sample absorption error in a generalized spectrophotometer cavity" (2013).
Walt is an inventor, with 16 patents in the fields of optical electronic instrumentation and electronic commerce.
Walt is a former United States Amateur Roller Skating Association national champion, having won five gold medals for artistic skating from 1967 - 1970.
In addition be being an actor, Walt is also a writer. His screenplay, a religious thriller titled "The Salus Imperative", was awarded Best Screenplay at the 2011 Naperville Independent Film Festival.

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