Walker Satterwhite is a Texas-born actor, comedian and writer based in Los Angeles, California. Walker’s first movie appearance was as Sammy Steinmark in My All American, shot in his home state of Texas, with Aaron Eckhart and Finn Wittrock. As a young teen, Walker was the co-host of Junk Drawer Magic on Peacock Kids (formally DreamWorksTV) and Junk Drawer Magical Adventures on Universal Kids, now streaming on Peacock. Walker also appeared in various comedy sketches on Peacock Kids and won the 2017 Young Entertainer Award for his performance as DJ Huffnagel in Rap Battles No One Asked For. He appeared as Sam in Day 5, the first dramatic series by Austin-based Rooster Teeth Productions and winner of the 2016 Streamy Award in the category of Best Action Sci-Fi. Most recently, he was the lead in the dramatic short film Family Fiction named an official selection of the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival and the Hollywood Independent Film Festival. He is a comedian who is a graduate of Second City and has also studied at Upright Citizens Brigade and L.A. Connection Theatre where he performs in bi-monthly improv shows. He has also performed at Flappers Comedy Club in Burbank, CA. He studied stand-up comedy with Comedy Playground and has performed at the famed Hollywood Improv numerous times. He is an accomplished guitar player and teaches guitar at Guitar Ninjas and robotics and computer coding at Mission 2 Math in Burbank, California.