Walter Barnes

Born: 26 January 1918, Parkersburg, West Virginia, USA
Died: 6 January 1998, Woodland Hills, California, USA

A former professional American Football player with the Philadelphia Eagles, Walter Barnes is a familiar face in both America and Italian Westerns. Early roles were in Budd Boetticher's 'Westbound' and Howard Hawks' 'Rio Bravo' as well as guest T.V. appearances in 'Gunsmoke', 'Cheyenne' and 'Bonanza'.

Among his Spaghetti Western roles he played Bull in 'A Moment to Kill' and the corrupt businessman Brokston in 'The Big Gundown'.

Also appeared in Clint Eastwood's 'High Plains Drifter'.

Spaghetti credentials:
Winnetou the Warrior (1963)
Among Vultures (1964)
Duel at Sundown (1965)
Rampage at Apache Wells (1965)
Big Gundown (1966)
Half Breed (1966)
Garter Colt (1967)
Clint the Stranger (1968)
The Moment to Kill (1968)
Greatest Robbery in the West (1968)
Another Man, Another Woman (1977)