Audrey Walters is an American actress. She is known for her role as Hilary Baker in “Self Portrait” (2013).
|Birthday||May 3, 1975|
|Height||5 feet 7 inches|
|Ethnicity||English, Irish and Scottish|
|Parents||Bill and Janice McWhorter|
|Children||Madeline Walters, Drew Walters and Jack Walters|
|Education||Texas Tech University|
Audrey’s other notable works include ‘Beware The Lake’ (2017), After the Fall (2014), and Walk Ride Rodeo (2019). Furthermore, she is also working as an acting coach and filmmaker.
— Audrey Walters (@Audiewalters) April 2, 2019
10 Facts on Audrey Walters
- Audrey Walters (May 3, 1975) is an actress known for “Self Portrait” (2013). She is the age of 45 years old. Likewise, her horoscope sign is Taurus.
- The Wikipedia page for Audrey Walters has not been updated to date. However, her bio is available at IMDb profile as well as her own website.
- The actress got married to her husband and long term boyfriend Kurt Walters in 1996. Moreover, she is a mother to three children: Drew Walters, Madeline Walters and Jack Walters.
- Audrey definitely doesn’t look like mother of three. She is a tall woman of 5 feet and 7 inches in height. Furthermore, she has natural strawberry blonde hair and icy blue eyes.
- Walters is an active user of Instagram. In fact, her IG handles @audreywalters has collected 6.4k followers until now. Likewise, her Twitter handle is @audiewalters.
- Looking at her profile, Audrey seems to be living a decent life. However, details about her net worth and personal assets are not disclosed yet.
- Speaking about her parents, Audrey was born to Bill McWhorter and Janice McWhorter in Uvalde, Texas. Furthermore, her ethnic background is a mix of English, Irish and Scottish.
- During her early years, Walters wanted to be a journalist. In fact, she attended Texas Tech University to study broadcast journalism.
- Audrey has been working in the industry since 2009. Similarly, her memorable role includes the portrayal of Ms Taylor in ‘Beware The Lake’ (2017).
- Apart from this, Walters co-found “Talk to The Camera“. Furthermore, she also trains and coaches upcoming actors from rural communities and impacted places.