D.L. Walker was born in Utah, and raised everywhere else. Being the middle child of 14 children helped him learn to project, emote, and entertain. He began doing character voices and accents to keep his younger siblings entertained when the TV was broken, and has never stopped. D.L. has been acting semi-professionally for 20 years in many different venues. Although film has become an additional venue for sharing his craft, it’s the community, regional, and dinner theatre experiences that have helped shape him as an artist. Favorite roles include Beadle Bamford in "Sweeney Todd", Barney Cashman in “Last of the Redhot Lovers”, Dr Chausible in “The Importance of Being Earnest”, Mellersh Wilkins in Elizabeth Hansen’s “Enchanted April – The Musical” and George Fredrick Handel in Tim Slover’s “Joyful Noise” DL is also an accomplished voiceover artist with many different voice-over projects under his belt, including over 45 audio book performances. D.L., soon to be empty nester, is a proud father of 3 and currently lives in Utah with his youngest daughter. When stage, film or VO work is not available, D.L. falls back on videography/editing, radio, and multimedia production.