Walter Masterson Biography

Wiki Biography: Walter Masterson is a rising New York actor. Born and raised in NYC, he booked his very first audition for the featured role of Scott in "L.I.E." starring opposite Brian Cox, Paul Dano and directed by Michael Cuesta. The critically acclaimed film went on to garner AFI, Independent Spirit, Stockholm festival awards and a Sundance Film Festival nomination. Walter went on to appear in "Bomb the System" where he played his real-life graffiti high school alter-ago, Hyste, featuring a soundtrack by Def Jam's El-P. Walter starred along side with Melissa Leo as a young Puerto Rican revolutionary in the film "I Believe in America". He has had roles in the indies "Sacred Games", "Grand Slammed", "The Vortex", "The Last Days of April" and "Trophy Kids." Most recently, Masterson booked a series regular role in the pilot for "Lights Out", which has been picked up by FX. He portrays a mentally challenged young man who is being trained by the lead actor to become a boxer. The series is written by Justin Zackham and produced by Warren Leight.

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Movies Title Appeared As Year Genre
L.I.E. 2001
Real with Me DJ Brian 2006 Comedy
Drawn by Pain Abusive Husband 2007 Action
Sacred Game Omar 2009 Horror, Thriller
Trophy Kids Waiter 2011 Comedy, Drama, Romance
The Abduction of Zack Butterfield Mike 2011 Crime, Drama, Thriller
Happy Hollowdays Josh 2014 Drama, Family
Prism Jarod 2015 Drama, Family, Mystery