Walter Mack (II)

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Walter Mack was born on June 21, 1992 in San Francisco, California, USA. He is an actor, known for Alice in Neverland (2017), Switch Up (2011) and The Book Thief (2011). See full bio »

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 2018 The Forbidden Arts (Video Game)
Guard (voice)
 2018 Don't Notice Me (Video Game)
Elliot Chase (voice)
 2018 Door Kickers: Action Squad (Video Game)
Machinegunner Ben / Tiny Trouble (voice)
 2018 Midnight Quest (Video Game)
Main Character / Scientist / Robot / ... (voice)
 2018 Imre's Curse: The Prologue (Video Game)
Einar (voice)
 2017 Alice in Neverland (Video Game)
Peter (voice)
 2017 When We Rise (TV Mini-Series)
Carole Midgen Supporter / White Night Rioter
- Night III: Parts IV and V (2017) ... Carole Midgen Supporter (uncredited)
- Night II: Parts II and III (2017) ... White Night Rioter (uncredited)
 2016 Chance (TV Series)
Havenwood School Student
- The Summer of Love (2016) ... Havenwood School Student (uncredited)
 2016 Murder in the First (TV Series)
Belasco High School Skater
- Follow the Money (2016) ... Belasco High School Skater (uncredited)
 2016 The Murder Express (Video Game)
Mr. Dahmer / Mr. Ramirez (voice)
 2012 Spies vs. Super Heroes (Short)
The Chameleon
 2011 The Book Thief (Short)
 2011 Last Picnic Ever (Short)
 2011 Switch Up (Short)
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  Code 8 (special thanks) (post-production)

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Other Works:

(2018) Audio play: Episode 80 "Voicemails in the Apocalypse" of Pendant Production's "Seminar" - playing the role of Jordan See more »

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Took advanced theatre taught by William Rogue during his senior year of High School. See more »

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