|Height||6' 3" (1.91 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
W.F. Bell is an American film and television actor, as well as a 20-year Air Force Veteran. Bell began his acting career in extreme temperatures in the valleys of Santa Clarita, California working on Rob Zombie's 31. In the film, Bell worked closely with amazing talent and learned valuable acting and stunt techniques that he will take with him throughout his career. Some of his other work includes the biopic of Tupac Shakur, "All Eyez on Me", and an independent film titled "Strange Tales from Appalachia", in which he played the role of Peter Barret. The film was presented with the "Best Feature Award" at the Mad Monster Film Festival in Charlotte, NC. He also has two other independent films in post-production, "Night to Day", and "Blood is My Fate", both expected to be released later this year. He has also made appearances in MacGyver, The Vampire Diaries, Outcast, Ozark, and several other Atlanta-based productions. He is most notably recognized for his role as a recurring Savior on AMC's The Walking Dead, where he just recently finished working on season 9 in Senoia, Georgia. Ever looking for interesting projects, he's working on developing independent films based on his own short stories and learning electric guitar. Additionally, he is pursuing SAG-AFTRA accreditation.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: W.F. Bell