Bob Walton and his brother, Jim, co-wrote and performed in MY BROTHER'S KEEPER, which received the 1997 Bistro Award for best musical, as well as DOUBLE TROUBLE (A Musical Tour de Farce). Their most recent collaboration is MID-LIFE! THE CRISIS MUSICAL, which had its 2006 world premiere at The Chanhassen Dinner Theatres in Minnesota. Bob was co-author of the critically acclaimed Off Broadway play GAME SHOW and has directed the play in Atlantic City and Toronto. As an actor in New York, Bob has appeared as Bert Barry in the revival of 42nd STREET, THE ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1936, ONCE UPON A MATTRESS, SHOW BOAT, CITY OF ANGELS, I LOVE YOU, YOU'RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE, FORBIDDEN BROADWAY STRIKES BACK and PREPPIES.
He has many regional and stock credits, including CRAZY FOR YOU, THE PAJAMA GAME and Psuedolus in A FUNNY THING... FORUM at The Cincinnati Playhouse In The Park and the St. Louis Repertory Theater. Bob sang and played piano in the feature film After The Storm (starring Benjamin Bratt) and was seen on the TV shows Law and Order: SVU, Hope and Faith, Newhart, Eisenhower and Lutz, Pro's and Cons and Picket Fences. Married to Laurie Walton, they have two children: Emily and Alexander, and their dog, Zangler.