Audrey Walters emulates Southern charm and the graceful ease of a politician’s wife. She spent 13 years as a stay-at-home mom, before becoming a professional actress. This gives her the grounded, bubbly demeanor of a mom-next-door. On screen Audrey plays ages 35-45. She has the flirtatious poise of Bellamy Young in Scandal and the nurturing, fighting spirit of Connie Britton in Friday Night Lights. Audrey’s piercing eyes leave directors inviting her back!
Audrey spent 13 years raising her 3 children, before entering the entertainment industry as an actor and creating a small business to empower children.
Audrey worked for several years as a Media Coach and assistant agent at a children’s talent agency. She gained useful insight into how the business looks from the agent side.
Audrey worked with good friend and educator, Jenny Gilbert to develop Talk to the Camera in 2013. Audrey began teaching kids in Elementary schools all of the city of Denver.
Talk to the Camera is an after school enrichment and summer camp program and that uses the camera to provide elementary age children with life long skills, like social communication, story telling and self confidence.
Talk to the Camera is offered nationwide as a Franchise.
American actress, Audrey Walters was born in Uvalde, Texas, USA as Audrey Elaine McWhorter. Her father Bill McWhorter is a pipe supply salesman from Austin. Her mother, Janice McWhorter was a school teacher from west Texas. She is of English, Irish and Scottish decent.
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