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Coronation Street

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From Coronation Street Wiki

Chris Walker had two roles on Coronation Street: from March to May 1997 he played decorator Ray Thorpe who romanced Tricia Armstrong and he returned to the programme from December 2005 to March 2006 as repentant killer Ed Jackson who had murdered Ernest Bishop in January 1978 (the part then being played by Dave Parke).

Chris was born in 1964 in South Elsmall in Yorkshire and has played a long list of roles since his television debut in the mid-1980s. He had a regular role in the football drama The Manageress from 1989 to 1990, twenty episodes as PC Larry 'Tiger' Barton in Mersey Beat from 2001 to 2002 and four parts in Doctors, the latest of which, Rob Hollins, he has played since July 2009. He has also had parts in The Bill, Peak Practice and Our Friends in the North.

On film he played in When Saturday Comes with Sean Bean and The Fourth Protocol with Michael Caine.

Away from acting Chris enjoys gourmet cooking and is a public speaker on both subjects.

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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From DC Database

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Chris Walker

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Real Name
Chris Walker
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Personal History

Personal History of Chris Walker is unknown.

Professional History

Professional History of Chris Walker is unknown.

Notes

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Trivia

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Work History


Official Website

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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Chris Walker
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Height 6'3"
Weight 247Lbs
Date of birth August 25th, 1983
Place of birth Wayne, Michigan
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Billed from Long Beach, California
Trainer Steven Vaughn[Father] & Jim Cornette
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Christopher Jonathan Vaughn (born on August 25th, 1983 in Wayne, Michigan) is an American professional wrestler that currently works in World Pro Wrestling and Grand Slam Wrestling.

He is the retired son of a retired professional wrestler Steven "The Animal" Vaughn, who is to credit the reason why Chris had gotten into the sport of wrestling. Chris has made quite a few appearance in wrestling companies. I believe like 18 different companies, first started working for World Wrestling Entertainment's development territory, Ohio Valley Wrestling

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Early Life

Chris was born in Wayne, Michigan by Steven and Jessica Vaughn. Chris was in fact, the first of the three children to have been born; his younger siblings Korey, himself a wrestler (still active). Sometimes in Chris's interviews, he mentions the history he has with his brother back in their own backyard wrestling days calling their little tag team "The Wild Stallions".

He also attended the University of Michigan, graduating with a degree in Music, before deciding to become the third generation superstar after his grandfather and father. He began his training in his father's facility "The Animal's Den" which is now located in Long Beach, California, being the youngest to train there at the age of 16.

Independent Circuit

Vaughn made his debut on July 25th, 2001, just a month away before his birthday, in Ohio Valley Wrestling. He was named Killen, the ulimate bodyguard to Tanner Stephens (Joey Starks) which he had helped Starks become the OVW World Champion and never lost it until a career ending injury to Joey that had to forfeit the championship over to management. Walker had decided that he would become a wrestler and keep the name Killen as his ring name.

From there, Chris world in Wrestling Extreme Enterprise. He had changed his name from Killen to Chris Cyrien, but did keep Killen as his prefix. He had won the World Heavyweight Championship two times, first defeating the undefeated champion in a Tables, Ladders, Chairs Match. Then, again against the guy that defeated Chris in a Steel Cage Match that actually ended the career of the former champion.

Sports Entertainment Enterprise

Vaughn had finally got his official professional wrestling career started in Sports Entertainment Enterprise which was owned by two great owners. Chris had started off pretty swell in the business and earned a shot at gold in just a few months after being there. He was suppose to face the current champion, but he had gotten injured so SEE made Chris fight a jobber which really pissed him off at the time, but he didn't care anymore.

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

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Chris Walker

[[File:|200px|center|Chris Walker]]
Real Name
Chris Walker
Titles

Date of Birth

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Work History

Images Attributed to Chris Walker

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Trivia

  • No trivia.

See Also

  • Gallery of Chris Walker's pictures
  • Quotations by Chris Walker
  • Chris Walker in the news

Official Website

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Links and References

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