According to himself, he enjoys entertaining his fans on YouTube when he is not auditioning or improving his craft to be a great actor. Walker was listed as one of the successful TV actors in America by a fashion magazine.
He was quickly known by people after making a video with dancer Nicole Leno in Beverly Hills. Later, the roles as ‘Randy’ in short film Innocence and ‘Clown’ in 8 1/2 made him popular in the industry.
His acting profession on the main source of Net Worth. Walker Bryant is in a relationship with his girlfriend named Piper Rochelle.
Bryant and Rochelle are often seen showcasing their love on social media. Walker also has been good friends with several young actors and celebrities.
We will soon update the post including the name of Bryant’s father. Basic Informal Name Walker Bryant Date Of Birth September 26, 2006, Age 14 years old Nick Name Walker Family Name Bryant Famous As Social Media Influencer Profession Actor, YouTuber birthplace Columbus, Ohio Current Residence Los Angeles, California Nationality American Ethnicity White Gender Male Religion Christianity Zodiac Sign Libra Awards Under Research Physical StatsHeight/Tallest and Inches: 4 11 Meters: 1.8 m Centimeters: 180 cm WeightKilograms: 45 kg Pounds: 100 lbs Measurement(Chest-Waist-Hips) 26-20-24 Hair Color Blonde Eye Color Brown Shoe Size (US) 6 Family Father Will Update Mother Jennifer Bryant SiblingsBrother: Not Known Sister: Alexandra Bryant GrandparentsGrandfather: On Review Grandmother: On Review Personal Premarital Status Unmarried Girlfriend Piper Rochelle Spouse Not Known Children Son: Not Relevant Daughter: Not Relevant Earnings Worth $500 thousand USD Annual Income Under Review EducationHighest Qualification School High School Will Update College Not Known University Not Known Social Profiles Facebook Will Update Instagram Click Here Twitter Click Here Wikipedia: His favorite sports are soccer and swimming.
In addition to being a YouTuber and an actor, Bryant is also a TikTok user. Her father was an alcoholic, he went to the Greendale Treatment Center when they put Karl Makes to the prison.
However, as a recurring character in the series, Alex continued appearing more and more in Walker's life both inside and outside the workplace setting. These relationships which had the potential of flourishing into something more often ended on disheartening notes as either these other women “had to go” or possibly were killed off during the episode's run.
When the two did become an official couple, Alex often was the target of kidnappings and hostage situations including an episode in which she was assaulted by the psychotic character named “Large”. Near the series' last two seasons, Alex and Walker took a more comical backseat as the two were preparing for their wedding and their eventual family.
In one episode, Alex took the helm and insisted on giving Walker's house a total make-over as she felt it was much too “masculine” for their new home life together. She also came down with a case of baby-fever and insisted that she and Walker temporarily adopt a baby they found left in a store while they shopped in one of the season's final episodes.
Viewers can and could easily see a growing change in Alex's personality as one being very insistent, possessive and quite tailored in the mold of the “damsel in distress” as Walker often saved her life from criminals throughout the 8-year series run. They first met (probably) at the end of December 1986 (probably 28th) when she was receiving his testimony in court, and then she was fairly new to the District Attorney's office.
(In 1987 she put in prison a guy named Baker, who came back to Dallas in 1993, kidnapped and tried to kill her.) Gloria James Born February 4, 1968 () (age 52)Akron, Ohio Residence Los Angeles, California Nationality American Children LeBron James (b.
She spent her childhood, adolescent years and early adulthood in Akron, Ohio. She has two grandsons Ronny and Bryce, and one granddaughter Hurt.
At age 19, her mother who helped her raise her son passed away due to a sudden heart attack on Christmas morning. While James struggled to find steady work, she realized that her son would be better off in a more stable family environment, she allowed him to move in with the family of Frank Walker, a local youth football coach, who introduced James to basketball when he was nine years old.
It is such a refreshing change to watch a well written drama with talented actors instead of the all too common prime-time shows which consist of murders, blood, sex, violence & bad acting. I am sickened by the amount of graphic violence that have become commonplace in television shows.
I loved every minute of Brothers & Sisters & cannot wait to see next week's episode! During commercials my husband and I were excitedly discussing the characters and the story that was unfolding.
ET, January 27, 2021 People flying in and out of LAX may notice this tribute to Kobe Bryant on the side of the Los Angeles Times headquarters. Patrick Soon-Shiong, who has a stake in the Lakers, shared a series of photos of the headquarters building lit up with Bryant's silhouette tonight.
ET, January 27, 2021 Football fans erupted in a chant at the Super Bowl Opening Night at Marlins Park during a moment of silence for NBA legend Kobe Bryant. ET, January 27, 2021 An emergency ordinance has been issued for the crash site of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and eight others, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said in a news conference today.
Only people who have proper identification and can prove they are a resident will be allowed to enter. The coroner is still recovering human remains from the crash site, Villanueva said.
ET, January 27, 2021 The pilot of the helicopter killed in the crash was experienced, according to Jennifer Comedy, a member of the National Transportation Safety Board. Popayán was among the victims of the crash that killed eight others, including Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna.
He had a commercial certificate and 8,200 hours of flight time as of July 2019, Comedy said at a news conference today. Popayán had been working with Island Express, the helicopter company, for a number of years, she said.
The FBI is assisting the National Transportation Safety Board to collect evidence from the wreckage of the crash, NTSB board member Jennifer Comedy told reporters today. ET, January 27, 2021 Jennifer Comedy, a member of the National Transportation Safety Board, said the agency is looking for photographs showing the weather at the time of the helicopter crash.
This list is a result of long hours of searching records and writing thousands of messages to people all over Illinois. The original list of almost three hundred names came from the microfilm “ROLL OF HONOR OF BURIAL PLACES OF SOLDIERS, SAILORS, MARINES AND ARMY NURSES OF ALL WARS OF THE United STATES BURIED IN THE STATE OF ILLINOIS.” Most of those records were taken from a combined reading of the 1929 two-volume book of the same name and the 1956 State archives microfilm of the same title. It is especially curious that in the earlier work the names of Confederate veterans are almost entirely absent. It would appear they were intentionally not included with other U.S. military veterans.
KENNEDY, George Thomas Pvt., Pvt., Co. B, Search’s Battalion, MO Sharp Shooters, CSA, O’DANIELS, John R., Pvt., CSA (also served with.
CHRISTIE, Robert J., MD, Surgeon, 10th & 12th MO Infantry, CSA, b. FREDERICK, David Franklin, Lt., Co. F, 34th VA Cavalry Battalion, CSA, b.
18 Oct 1840 (MO), d. 11 Jul 1898 (age 57 yrs, 7 m, 23d) G EG, L 39, B 11 (obit says Colonel) HEAR, Campbell S., Pvt., Co. D, 5th MO Infantry, CSA, b.
RAGLAND, Isaac Monroe, Pvt., Co. H, 28th MS Infantry, CSA, b. RAGLAND, James Josiah, (MD), probably with an MS unit, CSA, b.
PONDEXTER, Emmett Patterson, M.D., 1Lt., 38th MO Cavalry, CSA, b. WILSON, William Thomas, Rock abridge Artillery, 1st Rest.
GLASGOW, William Henry, Surgeon, 55th NC Infantry, CSA, b. FISHER, George W., served under Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, CSA, b.
GORDON, John H. (MD), conscripted into CSA Army, 29 Oct 1842 (AL), d. 13 Jan 1929, GARRETT, Isaiah Thomas, Pvt., Co. C., (Voorhees’) 48th TN Infantry, CSA, b.
COLE, Richard G., Army, CSA, d. 6 Nov 1885 (may in fact be a Robert Cole & a Union veteran) HOD AM, James H., Pvt., 17th VA Cavalry, CSA, b.
Stairs Union Cemetery, Ogden:(Gary Cromwell- Sexton- 217-548-2489) MURPHY, Thomas Richmond, Sgt./Musician, Co. B, 28th Consolidated TN Infantry, b.
FIGHTER, Joseph Dallas, Pvt., 2nd Co. E. 36th VA Infantry, CSA, b. Present until captured at Waynesboro, VA, 3/2/65; POW at Ft. Delaware, Del.
DICKSON, D.D., QM, Sgt., MO Cavalry 1st Rest, State Guard, CSA, L 194, B 17 L., MD, Pvt., Co. D. 5th KY Cavalry & Morgan’s Men, b.
NUT, Washington Miller, Pvt., Co. E, 16th TX Cavalry, (also poss. ARCHER, John M., 1Lt., Co. F, 15th TX Cavalry, CSA, b.
SMITH, Green bury (Green berry), Pvt., Co. B, Bristol’s Rest., MO Cavalry, CSA, DELASHMUTT, William Greyson (H), Pvt., Co. D, 1st MD Cavalry, CSA, b.
(“Pap”), Corporal, Co. D, 57th NC Infantry, CSA, b. HILL, William Alexander, Pvt., 8th MO Volunteer Cavalry, “Swamp Rangers”, CSA, b.
NEWMAN, Alva J., Pvt., Co. H., 1st (Field’s) TN Infantry, CSA, b. JACKSON, Charles Luther “Stonewall”, Pvt., Co. A, 3rd VA Cavalry Rest.
PARSONS, Albert Richard, Corporal, “Lone Star Grays”, also an artillery unit that Fought at Sabine Pass, & with “Parson’s Brigade, CSA, b.
POUFFE, Alexander, Capt., Co. B, 5th LA Infantry, CSA, d. 17 Mar 1898, L69, B NM, S 18 Olive Cemetery, Jefferson Twp, Chicago:(Should this be Mt.
MATE, Richard, Sgt., Co. E, 113 TH TN Infantry Rest., d. 12 Dec 1913, G S ½, L 144, S N Co. C., 4th (later 5th) Co. (Battalion) Washington Artillery, LA, CSA, b.
Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago:(See separate listing for over 4200 Confederate soldiers who died at Camp Douglas. While there are only 4200 names on the monument, there were more than 6,000 bodies buried at the site.
REID, Thomas J., Col., 12th Arkansas Infantry Rest., CSA, dates of birth/death? ROSE, Edward, Pvt., 4th GA Infantry Rest., CSA, b.
One Confederate soldier buried here according to Pam Arthur (email@example.com) SPENCER, John Willougbhy, Cpl., NC Army, CSA, b.
I, 5th KY Mounted Infantry, CSA, d. 24 Apr 1909, L 404, Sec 3, - RICHARDS, John Tedious, Pvt., Co. D, 1st Special Battalion Wheat’s Tigers) LA Infantry, CSA, b.
Oath of allegiance for parole)(all other listed Buss art(s) are Union) BOWERS, Aaron, Confederate soldier (no stone, no data)(poss.
WEATHERED, Marion, Pvt., Co. D, 111 TH IL Infantry, US, d. 7 Nov 1904 LIP SEY, Samuel Francis, Pvt., Co. B, 15th TX Cavalry, CSA, b.
BARROW, Hamilton Jefferson., Pvt., Co. C, 51st VA Militia, CSA, b. SLACK, George W., Pvt., Co. B, Exchanged IN, CSA, b.
SERUM, Joel F., Pvt., Co. K, 2nd TN Infantry (Walker Legion/ Irish Regiment), CSA, GALLEY, Thomas G., Pvt., Co. C, 63rd TN Infantry (Fain’s) (74th Inf.
SKEW, William L, Pvt., Co. H., 45th TN Infantry, CSA, b. HOWARD, Pleasant J., Pvt., Co. G, 7th Duckworth’s) TN Cavalry, b.
ORR, Alexander Green, Dr., Pvt., Co. A & C, 1st TN Heavy Artillery, CSA, b. ROBERTS, John F., Army, Cone., d. 27 Feb 1896, G 9, L 22, B A, Sec.
SCOTT, George Leroy, Army, Co. B 10th VA Stonewall Jackson’s Division, d. 21 Mar 1932, BOWMAN, William C., Cpl., Army, Co. K 20th VA Cavalry, CSA, G 1, L 25, B E, Sec.
EARHART, James Arthur, Pvt., Co. B, 14th KY Infantry Regiment, CSA, b. CRAB, Thomas Wesley, Co. K, 32nd MS Infantry, CSA, b.
AUSTIN, H. Daniel, Pvt., 18th (Newsom’s) TN Cavalry, CSA, b. ENOCH, Robert R., Pvt., Co. B, 1st TN Infantry (Turned’s), CSA, b.
Society, and he compiled records of many of the cemeteries in Jackson County, IL The info on the Confederate soldiers do not appear to link them to any known cemeteries.
Houston, Lt. Col., Co. A, 63rd TN Infantry, CSA, b. FULLERTON, R. Frank, Maj., Co. F, 1st (Carter’s) TN Cavalry, CSA, b.
SMART, D.J., “Southern Sailor”, d. 15 Aug 1896, L 2, B 15, Sec 9 HALE, Joseph A., Pvt., Co. H, 32 TN Infantry, CSA, b.
M. McCormick as a 1st Lt. with 27th LA Infantry, CSA) TINDER, George W., Pvt., Co. D, 5th MO Cavalry (Standard’s Co.), CSA, b.
HANEY, John, Pvt., 4th TX Cavalry, d. 8 May 1906, BU 33E (GAR lot) (died in train accident) HEATH, James Ira, Sgt., Co. B, 7th KY Cavalry & 2nd Battalion (Capt.
EAGLE, James C., Corp., Co. B, 21st Battalion VA Infantry., CSA, b. (21st and 29th VA Infantry Battalions formed the 64th Rest.
WHITE, James O., Pvt., Griffith’s Battery (aka Salem Flying Artillery), 1st VA Artillery Rest., VA, CSA, PAYNE, Willis Franklin, Pvt., Co. B, 3rd Battalion KY Mounted Rifles, CSA, b.
HEMPHILL, John, Pvt., Main’s Battery, 1stTN Artillery Brigade, CSA, b. SNOW, Winston T., Pvt., Co. G, 2nd Battalion NC Infantry, CSA, b.
DAVENPORT, John Wesley, Pvt., Co, B, 22nd NC Infantry, CSA, b. FOSTER, Ezekiel J., Pvt., 3rd & 5th Consolidated MO Infantry, CSA, b.
(The state death index says he died in North Litchfield Twp., Montgomery Co., 23 Jul 1922- BROWN, Marcellus, Pvt., Co. D, Playback’s Lancers, MO Cavalry, CSA, b.
Also see Small Pox Island listing (actually in Missouri, but came from Alton Prison). Records indicate that. On Smallpox Island and were buried there. A separate monument was erected for them in April 2002.
SEINER, Samuel T., Pvt., Co. K., Co. B, Thomas’ Legion NC Infantry Rest. CLAYTON, I.M., Pvt., Co. C, 41st MS Infantry, CSA, b.
WARNER, Jackson, Capt., Commissary, Libby Prison, VA, CSA, d. 14-11-1889 TOUGHER, John Harvey, Sgt., Co. C, 8th MO Infantry, CSA, b.
ENGLISH, Henry Masker, Pvt., Co. A, 3rd KY Infantry, CSA, b. FARMER, Jonathan Spaniel, Jr., Pvt., Co. E, 2nd (Duke’s) KY Cavalry, CSA, b.
MOON, James A., Army, Cone., d. 3 Dec 1929, L 50, Sec 2, PHS COCHRANE, Joseph, Army, Cone., 10 Jun 1914, G 1, L 35, Orig.
ROACH, Andrew Edward, Pvt., Co. B, 10th LA Infantry, CSA, b. CRICKENBERGER, Francis M., Army, Cone., d. 28 Dec 1938, Orig.
COX, Jacob S., Pvt., Co. A, 52nd VA Infantry, CSA, b. DAILY, Lawrence C., Pvt., Co. B, 8th KY Cavalry, CSA, d. 20 Aug 1893, G 4, L 3, B 45, Orig.
LEWIS, Charles T., Pvt., Co. B, 2nd MO Infantry Regiment, CSA, b. RAINY, Philip, Jr., Pvt., Co. G. 38th VA Infantry, CSA, b.
HALL, Thomas, Pvt., Co. B, 13th SC Infantry CSA, d. 16 Apr 1910 MORAN, James, Pvt., Co. A, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA, d. 29 Jun 1934, G 2, L 2, West Side North End Sec.
GREENS, Camp., Army, Cone., d. 13 Apr 1898, G 6, L 208, S 2, PHS HARTLINE, Adams E., Pvt., Co. E, Ethel Rest., 11th NC Infantry, CSA, b.
LACEY (LACY), James J., Pvt., Co. G, 19th TN Infantry, CSA, b. OSBORNE, Benjamin Franklin, Pvt., Co. B, 44th GA Infantry, CSA, b.
PHILLIPS, Marion Clark, Pvt., Co. A & G, 33rd MS Infantry, CSA, b. TALLEY, H.C., Pvt., Co. C, 13th NC Infantry, CSA, b.
AMMETER, Charles Washington, Pvt., Co. F, 7th VA Cavalry, CSA, b. AMMETER, Isaac N., Pvt., Co. B, 11th VA Cavalry, CSA, b.
CARNEY, Clayton, Pvt., 29th TN Infantry Reg., CSA, d. 18 Sep 1927 RANDOLPH, Samuel Richard, Pvt., Co. H, 45th NC Infantry, CSA, b.
CARROLL, William, SGT, AL CSA, b. ? HEARTWOOD, John Alex W., Pvt., Co. C, 7th MS Cavalry, CSA, d. 1 Feb 1904, L 6, B 2, Sec.
QUAILS, Samuel T, Pvt., Co. H., 39th TN Mounted Infantry (Col. W.M. BRAIN, Daniel Jones, Pvt., Co. F, Paul’s TX Legion, CSA, b.
(see separate list for Confederate soldiers who died as POW's at Camp Butler.) BROAD DUS, Sidney Clay, Pvt., Co. K, 1st TN Cavalry, CSA, b.
HARRIS, John Henry, Pvt., 7th Battalion VA State Reserves, b. STANTON, Benjamin, Pvt., Co. B, 4th (Murray’s) TN Cavalry, CSA, b.
STANTON, Jesse Longstreet, Pvt., Co. D., 4th (Murray’s) TN Cavalry, CSA, b. HEWITT, Harvey, Pvt., Co. G., 60th VA Infantry, CSA, b.
(The cemetery record shows he served in the 5th VA cavalry, CSA) HOLLOWAY, Jackson, Pvt., Co. F, 9th AL Cavalry (Malone’s), CSA, b.
BLANKENSHIP, John Strange, MD, served as assistant surgeon in Gen. Sterling Price’s Army in MO, CSA, SCHULTZ, William H., Cpl., Co. G, 1st MO Cavalry, CSA, b.
SCHULTZ, George Reuben, Pvt., 2nd MO Cavalry, CSA, b. BEAT, John Samuel, Pvt., Co. H, 9th (Young’s) TX Infantry, CSA, b.
McMeniman, Isaac, Pvt., Co. H, 17th Arkansas Infantry Rest. TOMLINSON, Alexander Robinson, Pvt., Co. G, 50th VA Infantry, CSA, b.
GRIFFIN, Edward R., Pvt., Co. F, 18th VA Cavalry, CSA, b. JACKSON, Henderson, Corporal, Army, Cone., d. 10 Apr 1915, L 21, B, Orig.
GROUSE, Fernandes (Fernandes), Pvt., Co. L, 1st TN Light Artillery, US, b. McCarty, William T., Pvt., Co. D, 1st Battalion KY Mounted Rifles, CSA, b.
FORD, James, Capt., Co. C, 2nd TN (Ashby’s) Cavalry, CSA, b. McMurphy, John W., Pvt., Co. G, 18th MS Infantry, CSA, b.
MAINE, John Travis, Pvt., Co. A, 55th Regiment TN Infantry, CSA, b. DAVIS, William M., Pvt., Co. G, 15th TN, Infantry, CSA, b.
Unknown Cemetery HOPPER, Henry C., Pvt., Co. G, 5th TN Infantry (“Illinois Rebels”), CSA, b. REED, Charles Edwin, Pvt., Co. G, 6th TX Cavalry, CSA, b.