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  • Bill Walker
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  • Bill Walker was a guitarist for Youth In Asia, The Siblings, and Tao Chemical. He is the younger brother of Tao Chemical drummer Rick Walker.
  • William Henry Walker (born October 9, 1987 in Huntington, West Virginia), commonly referred to as Bill Walker, is a small forward with the Boston Celtics. Walker was selected out of Kansas State University by the Washington Wizards with the 47th overall pick in the second round of the 2008, but was traded shortly thereafter to the Boston Celtics in exchange for cash considerations.
  • Bill Walker lived next to Sparkles Roller Disco.
  • Bill Walker is an executive at Omni Consumer Products.
  • Bill Walker is a former NASCAR driver from Springfield, MA. He competed in six Sprint Cup Series events in his career, earning three top-tens. Walker's debut came in 1956, when he competed at Raleigh. It was a fantastic race for Walker, starting 18th in a deep field and completing all but twelve laps to record an 8th place finish. He wasn't too shabby at Old Bridge later in the year, either, finishing 12th.
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Eyes
  • Black
Hair
  • Black, gray on the sides
Actor
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  • SD&SD : The Neon Phantom of the Roller Disco!
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Player
  • Bill Walker
Weight
  • 220.0
Height
  • 6
Species
  • Human
Jersey #
  • 12
Gender
  • Male
Position
  • Small Forward
Born
  • Oct. 19, 1987
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  • Bill Walker was a guitarist for Youth In Asia, The Siblings, and Tao Chemical. He is the younger brother of Tao Chemical drummer Rick Walker.
  • Bill Walker is a former NASCAR driver from Springfield, MA. He competed in six Sprint Cup Series events in his career, earning three top-tens. Walker's debut came in 1956, when he competed at Raleigh. It was a fantastic race for Walker, starting 18th in a deep field and completing all but twelve laps to record an 8th place finish. He wasn't too shabby at Old Bridge later in the year, either, finishing 12th. Walker's best year, though, was in 1957, when he finished 54th in points. This was largely explained by finishing no worse than 18th, and even then the 18th was a result of an engine failure at Watkins Glen. Walker was solid in his other two races that year, finishing 10th at Raleigh and then a career-best 3rd place finish at Syracuse following a career-best 7th place start. Walker's final career race came in the 1958, when he competed at Gastonia. Starting last (19th) in the field, Walker found his start to hurt his chances early, falling some forty laps down and struggling to a 14th place finish.
  • William Henry Walker (born October 9, 1987 in Huntington, West Virginia), commonly referred to as Bill Walker, is a small forward with the Boston Celtics. Walker was selected out of Kansas State University by the Washington Wizards with the 47th overall pick in the second round of the 2008, but was traded shortly thereafter to the Boston Celtics in exchange for cash considerations.
  • Bill Walker lived next to Sparkles Roller Disco.
  • Bill Walker is an executive at Omni Consumer Products.
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