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She was an unbelievable person to work with.” The upcoming feature film called follows old friends who are driving Walker’s character to rehab.“We haven’t spoken in a long time, and we don’t really know each other.I feel like I only scratched the surface,” he says. It’s one of the roles that I played with on the day, and Erin Krakow was so awesome to work with. It’s always fun to work in period.” As it happens with holiday films, they’re usually shot in the middle of summer, and in 2012, Walker did back to back in Vancouver.“I’ve acted for almost 20 years now and I’d never done any holiday films and then I did these,” he says. You’re working with your co-actors and you move from storyline to storyline.” In , Walker played the boyfriend of a blind woman.It makes for more reality and a realistic approach to it.” While films have been his recent mainstay, he’d like to get back to a series role at some point, too–his last was Lifetime’s . I love jumping into these [short shoots] and they’re a lot of fun,” he says. I do want to get deeper into a character and have a regular job to go to. Instead, her TV viewing must be scripted—she’s intensely loyal to actors, writers, and directors and loves comedy, drama, suspense, and sci-fi equally.
He’s such a good guy.” Walker says working with Monaghan was a career highlight for him, and he found her to be a great teacher on the craft.
I feel very blessed to have been given the opportunity every time they come knocking.
I’m definitely open to any and all projects they send my way.
It’s about how friendships change and evolve and you still have each other to lean on,” he says. We had to keep reminding ourselves that there was an actual script…and that they had to be able to cut it in the editing room.
I’ve known Patrick Flueger for a longtime, so it was serendipitous [to work with him].” We caught up with Walker while he had a day off from shooting Hallmark Channel’s “We’re back together.She’s a lifelong Texan (minus the pre-K years), so you’ll have to accept the liberal use of “y’all.” You can follow her on Twitter at @approximofnice.