Hollywood Actor, Famous for Western Movies, Takes His Final Breath

May 22, 2018May 22, 2018

The movie industry has been hit hard recently by the deaths of some major actors. Sadly, we have another story to report about a famous actor who has just passed away.

Clint Walker has died from congestive heart failure, according to his daughter. He was 90 years old at the time of his passing.

According to TMZ, Walker broke into the Hollywood scene after landing a role in the classic film "The Ten Commandments." With his good looks and imposing physique (Clint stood 6'6") he was cast as the roaming cowboy hero, Cheyenne Bodie, in 1955. The show aired for 7 seasons.

Clint also had another claim to fame. He starred in the only movie that was ever directed by Frank Sinatra. He was also cast in "None But the Brave" and "The Dirty Dozen" and "More Dead Than Alive" as well.



Even into his older years, Walker remained active in the film industry. He voiced a character in "Small Soldiers" during the late 90s, according to TMZ.

Please join us in praying for his family during this tough time. We ask that God's grace would be upon them as they mourn the passing of Clint Walker.


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